Study in Europe in English


Have you ever thought of becoming an international student in Europe? Then studying in Europe in English might be a good option for you. Many students decide to study part of their degree or their complete degree in English.

Why study in Europe in English?

English is the most common language in the world, and the language many students have been studying for years. It is also an international language, which means many more opportunities for your future career.

This is why we have taken the time to review, select and bring you programs whose main language of instruction is English - all in an easy-to-compare format. You may also use the search field abobe to easily find the study program in Europe that best meets your personal preferences and academic background.

Come study in Europe in English!

Recommended study programs in English

Program Level Language Tuition Fee Institution Country Campus Financial Assistance
American Studies Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 3750 € / Year
Non-EU : 7500 € / Year
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Applied Sciences and Engineering - Applied Computer Science Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 890 € / Year
Non-EU : 2950 € / Year
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Architectural Engineering Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 837 € / Year
Non-EU : 2500 € / Year
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Art, Law and Economy Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 4000 € / Total
Non-EU : 4000 € / Total
International Hellenic University (IHU) Greece Thessaloniki Cost of Living 700 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
Entry Requirements To be considered for an MSc program, candidates are required to have: - A good university degree (original transcripts)*. - Proof of English competence (a recognized certificate of proficiency, recently acquired IELTS (6.5 and above), or TOEFL (IBT, 90 and above) or TOEIC (850 and above) score). - Two academic references. - A personal interview may be required. * From a recognized University.
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The Master of Arts (MA) in Art, Law and Economy aims at exploring and highlighting the functional interdependence between art, law and the economy. Particular emphasis will be placed upon the legal, financial and political considerations and the corresponding regulatory approaches implemented in Europe and elsewhere concerning the creation of works of art, the art trade, the operation of the markets concerned, the function of intellectual property law at the EU and international level, the protection of cultural heritage and protection against unlawfully acquired works of art. The program adopts a multi-disciplinary approach and is addressed to graduates of various academic backgrounds, including law, economics, political science, history of art, philosophy, etc., who wish to specialize in the interrelation between art, law and the economy. We aim at providing candidates with: - The specialized legal, financial and cultural background to pursue a successful career in academia and research, private organizations that commercialize works of art, museums, art collections, law firms practicing in the field or public sector organizations involved in the management, legal protection, re-claiming and supporting works of art. - Legal and financial expertise on the operation and management of art markets (including sales of works of art, art portfolio management, art auctions etc.). - In-depth knowledge on the national and international legal framework on national heritage, monument preservation, art loans or archaeology laws. - Intellectual property law expertise within a globalized art market. - Insights on those fields of law (constitutional, civil, penal etc.) affecting the legal protection of works of art.
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Core courses First semester: - Cultural property regulation and national and international heritage legislation. International protection of cultural property. - UNESCO and culture. The artist and his work. Artists' rights. Multimedia. - Artwork Transactions - Legal aspects of international trade in art (dealers, museums, collectors, collection as investment property, auctions, auction houses). Second Semester: - Settlement of disputes concerning cultural objects. - Copyright Law (national - international). - Arts management. Elective courses: The program offers a choice of electives which represent a rich variety of subject areas. Participants choose two of the following modules (one in each semester): - International protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict. - Competition Law and intellectual property rights. Technology and intellectual property. - WIPO Copyright Treaty. WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty - Legal problems of architecture design, photography and other artifacts (especially in digital form - multimedia). - Theft and robbery of Art - Bona fide acquisition of stolen art - Repatriation - Restitution and return of looted Art. - The Greek claim for the return of the Parthenon Marbles. The Dissertation: In the third semester, students choose a dissertation topic relevant to the courses of the MA in Art, Law and Economy program. The topic is chosen by the student with input and advice from a faculty member, who acts as the supervisor, working closely with the student. The dissertation is an individual 10000-word paper of original scientific work, which upon completion is submitted for examination and approval by a three-member committee chaired by the student's supervisor.
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Banking and Finance Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 2500 € / Semester
Non-EU : 2500 € / Semester
International Hellenic University (IHU) Greece Thessaloniki Cost of Living 700 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
To be considered for an MSc program, candidates are required to have: - A good university degree (original transcripts)*. - Proof of English competence (a recognized certificate of proficiency, recently acquired IELTS (6.5 and above), or TOEFL (IBT, 90 and above) or TOEIC (850 and above) score). - Two academic references. - A personal interview may be required. * From a recognized University.
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The IHU MSc in Banking and Finance caters to the needs of recent graduates looking for an optimal combination of theory as well as a practical hands-on approach to the highly specified financial issues of a business or financial institution. Also, it is designed to facilitate learning through a variety of teaching methods, technologies and environments. From the moment you embark on your Master's program, you will acquire a key set of skills and the real-world knowledge crucial to achieving success in your chosen career.
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The Core Modules The core courses ensure that you acquire knowledge of practical concepts and attain skills directly relevant to your career aspirations. - Financial Econometrics. - Foundations of Finance. - Commercial and Investment Banking. - Financial Reporting and Analysis. - Fixed Income and Foreign Exchange. - Corporate Finance. - Credit Analysis for Bank Loan Decision Making. - Asset Management. - Research Project Methodology. The Elective Modules The students can choose four electives according to their interests and their current and future career orientation. - Private Equity and Raising Capital. - Shipping Finance. - Mergers and Acquisitions. - Advanced Company Valuation. - Global Capital Markets. - Technical Analysis. - Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility. - Entrepreneurship. - Risk Management in Banking . - Financial Derivatives and Structured Products. - Corporate Governance. - Behavioral Finance. - Financial Services Marketing. - International Banking: Regulation and Supervision. - Financial Institutions Strategic Management. - Banking Legal Environment. - Financial Regulation. - International Company and Trade Law. The Dissertation As part of the MScs program, students submit an individual 10000-word project on a subject relating to their study and career.
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Biology Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 890 € / Year
Non-EU : 2950 € / Year
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Biomedical Engineering Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 890 € / Year
Non-EU : 890 € / Year
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Biomolecular Sciences Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 890 € / Year
Non-EU : 2950 € / Year
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Black Sea Studies Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 2500 € / Total
Non-EU : 2500 € / Total
International Hellenic University (IHU) Greece Thessaloniki Cost of Living 700 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
To be considered for an MA program, candidates are required to have: - A good university degree (original transcripts) from a recognized University. - Proof of English competence (Proficiency, recently acquired IELTS or TOEFL). - Two academic references. - A personal interview may be required.
Career Options
Our graduates, depending on the stream they choose, will be able to work in: - Educational and research institutes and academies all over the world dealing with the Black Sea region. - Archaeological services, especially in the Black Sea countries (and also in Greece), or foreign archaeological missions in those countries. - Museums, galleries and other places of collection, study and exhibition of works of art, especially from this region. - The Diplomatic Corps or other state services. - Businesses which operate or have interests in the Black Sea region.
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The MA in Black Sea Studies (full-time) is a one-year program comprised of three parts over three semesters. It is taught mainly on weekdays over three-hour teaching periods. The first two semesters cover the core and elective modules of the program. Each teaching term has 13 teaching weeks followed by a 10-day exam period. The MA in Black Sea Studies provides specialized education in demanding areas of interest such as Archaeology, History, Ethnography, Historical Geography, Art, Religion, Mythology, Politics, Diplomacy and Economy. The third period is taken up with work on the Master's dissertation. The Core Modules First Semester - Historical geography and cartography of the Black Sea (ancient and medieval period). - Historical geography of the Black Sea (modern and contemporary period). The Elective Modules First Semester (2 out of 5) - Archaeology - Monumental topography of the Black Sea region. - Ancient history of the Black Sea region. - Medieval history of the Black Sea region. - Modern and contemporary history of the Black Sea countries. - Contemporary ethnographic issues of the Black Sea. Second Semester (5 out of 10) - Ancient art in the Black Sea region. - Medieval art in the Black Sea region. - Modern art and architecture in the Black Sea region. - Ancient religions and mythology of the Black Sea region. - Black Sea countries and the European Union. - Black Sea region and Asia. - Nation states and globalization. - Examination of the contemporary economy in the Black Sea region - Immigrations and minorities in SE Europe. - Interactions of cultures and nations in the Black Sea region. Dissertation As a part of the MA program, students work on a subject relating to their academic interests and stream specialization. The Master's dissertation provides a good opportunity to apply theory and concepts learned in different courses to a Black Sea related issue or challenge. The Master's dissertation tests students’ ability both to apply a certain methodology and approach in the analysis of a given problem and to demonstrate reasonably original research or fieldwork. A member of the academic faculty supervises students throughout their projects. The supervision is delivered through face-to-face meetings at the University and through the e-learning platform of the University.
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Brand Design - Communication Design Add to My FavoritesBecome a member First cycle English
EU : 3900 € / Semester
Non-EU : 4680 € / Semester
Brand Academy Hamburg - University of Applied Sciences Germany Hamburg Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
The requirement for admission is that you are qualified to enter a university (Abitur) or a university of applied sciences (Fachabitur).
If you have the right prior experience you may be admitted to study without either of these qualifications.
You may begin the course in April or October.
As well as your CV and references, a very important aspect of your application will be your letter of motivation. We place a lot of emphasis on forming high-quality, committed semester groups of students who complement and inspire one another.
You will find more information about the application documents and formal requirements on the application form.
If they assess your application documents positively, our applicant manager Sonja Sahlmüller and our course director will look forward to getting to know you in a personal interview and finding out more about your own particular career so far, your specific aptitudes, and your personal aims which you wish to pursue in connection with the course. If your application interview is successful you will be admitted to study.
Career Options
After successfully completing this Brand Design course with a focus on communication design, many opportunities will open up to you as an expert in the creative industry.
As the person responsible for the image and communication of brands, you will be able to realize complex projects as part of integrated marketing. As a graduate of the Brand Academy who specialised in communication design, you will possess above-average design and brand aptitudes.
This will give you the best possible prospects of launching your career in the creative industry – whether as a junior designer, a junior concept developer or a freelance creative.
Program Objetives
At the Brand Academy you will learn all about visual communication, from the analysis of brand strategy, to the development of concepts and designs, to production and documentation in the form of design guidelines.
Your design skills will be augmented and deepened intensively through multimedia design disciplines.
We will equip you with very practically based knowledge in direct conjunction with big-name agencies and brand companies.
By the end of the course you will be more than just a visual designer – you will be a storyteller, strategist, visionary and inventor.
Curriculum
Semester 1
1. Foundations of brand design 2. Foundations of brand management 3. Communication and media sciences 4. Graphic design 5. Foundations of academic work
Semester 2
1. Advertising psychology and neuromarketing 2. Brand typography 3. Design – Theory and methods 4. Market and trend research 5. Design English
Semester 3
1. Conceptual brand design 2. Print publishing 3. Images and media 4. Communication management 5. Elective I – Specialization: Images and media / Graphic design
Semester 4
1. Brand Language 2. Interaction branding 3. Audiovisual branding 4. Legal foundations: brand design 5. Elective II – Specialization: Print publishing / Communication management
Semester 5
1. Packaging 2. Brand environments 3. Intercultural communication 4. Interdisciplinary practical project 5. Elective III – Specialization: Interaction branding / Audiovisual branding
Semester 6
1. Practical transfer project: brand design 2. Bachelor's thesis and oral examination 3. Design and sustainability
Program Structure
This program runs for six semesters.
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Brand Design - Digital Design Add to My FavoritesBecome a member First cycle English
EU : 3900 € / Semester
Non-EU : 4680 € / Semester
Brand Academy Hamburg - University of Applied Sciences Germany Hamburg Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
The requirement for admission is that you are qualified to enter a university (Abitur) or a university of applied sciences (Fachabitur).
If you have the right prior experience you may be admitted to study without either of these qualifications.
You may begin the course in April or October.
As well as your CV and references, a very important aspect of your application will be your letter of motivation. We place a lot of emphasis on forming high-quality, committed semester groups of students who complement and inspire one another.
You will find more information about the application documents and formal requirements on the application form.
If they assess your application documents positively, our applicant manager Sonja Sahlmüller and our course director will look forward to getting to know you in a personal interview and finding out more about your own particular career so far, your specific aptitudes, and your personal aims which you wish to pursue in connection with the course. If your application interview is successful you will be admitted to study.
Career Options
After successfully completing our Brand Design course with a focus on digital design, many opportunities will open up to you as an expert in the creative industry.
As the person responsible for user-oriented, digital communication as well as products and services, you will be able to manage pioneering projects for brands. As a graduate of the Brand Academy who specialised in digital design you will possess above-average design and brand knowledge combined with future-oriented digital expertise.
This will give you the best possible prospects of launching your career in the creative industry – as a junior interaction designer, digital concept developer, experienced designer or information architect.
You will be at the forefront of this fast-moving industry – in an agency or company, or as a freelance creative.
Program Objetives
At the Brand Academy you will learn all about transmedial communication: from the analysis of brand strategy, to the development and implementation of user experiences using social platforms, gestural and wearable interfaces, and web and mobile applications.
We will equip you with very practically based knowledge in direct conjunction with big-name agencies and brand companies.
This includes comprehensive conceptual and design knowledge, strategic brand knowledge and technical expertise in the field of digital media.
You will learn to develop interactive experiences that thrill and entertain, and to create sensory worlds while conveying advertising messages.
Curriculum
Semester 1
1. Foundations of brand design 2. Creativity and theory 3. Digital design Form and composition 4. Brand and communication
Semester 2
1. Images and media 2. Brand typography 3. Aesthetics and perception 4. Browser-based applications 5. Elective I: Motion design / Communication and media science
Semester 3
1. App design 2. Audiovisual branding 3. Digital branding 4. Interactive prototyping 5. Elective II: Tangible media / Advertising psychology and neuromarketing
Semester 4
1. Market and consumers 2. Media planning 3. Live communication 4. Art direction 5. Elective III: Specialization in interactive prototyping / Communication management
Semester 5
1. Cross-media communication 2. Intercultural communication 3. Interdisciplinary practical project 4. Elective IV: Game design / Specialization in communication management
Semester 6
1. Practical transfer project: brand design 2. Bachelor's thesis and oral examination 3. Design and sustainability
Program Structure
This program runs for six semesters.
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Brand Management Add to My FavoritesBecome a member First cycle English
EU : 3900 € / Semester
Non-EU : 4680 € / Semester
Brand Academy Hamburg - University of Applied Sciences Germany Hamburg Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
The requirement for admission is that you are qualified to enter a university (Abitur) or a university of applied sciences (Fachabitur). If you have the right prior experience you may be admitted to study without either of these qualifications.
You may begin the course in April or October.
As well as your CV and references, a very important aspect of your application will be your letter of motivation.
We place a lot of emphasis on forming high-quality, committed semester groups of students who complement and inspire one another. You will find more information about the application documents and formal requirements on the application form.
If they assess your application documents positively, our applicant manager Anna Prokhorenko and our course directors will look forward to getting to know you in a personal interview and finding out more about your own particular career so far, your specific aptitudes, and your personal aims which you wish to pursue in connection with the course. If your application interview is successful you will be admitted to study.
Career Options
As a graduate of the Brand Management course you will enjoy numerous opportunities.
You can begin your career as a junior product, brand or marketing manager, or as a consultant at a marketing agency or management consultancy.
Thanks to the Brand Academy’s globally unique focus on brands as a success factor, as a graduate you will possess more than the usual knowledge of brands and management.
This will enable you to climb the career ladder quickly – whether as a product group manager, marketing manager or senior consultant. It’s up to you.
Program Objetives
Brand management is a challenge which is as exciting as it is creative, and it extends throughout a brand's entire value added chain:
from the development of new products, to the definition of prices, to the evolution of appropriate communication and sales strategies, all the way to providing customers with after-sale services.
This Brand Management Bachelor’s course we will equip you with all of the marketing, management and leadership skills you will need for a successful career in a brand-name company.
While you are studying you will learn how to apply these skills in a number of practical projects. As well as providing you with all the relevant knowledge on the subject of brands, we will help you to develop your personal skills including teamwork capability, presentation techniques and self-organization.
Curriculum
Semester 1
1. Foundations of brand management 2.Foundations of brand design 3. Business management foundations 4. Communication and media science 5. Foundations of academic work
Semester 2
1. Branding – planning and conceptualisation 2. Advertising psychology and neuromarketing 3. Accounting 4. Market and trend research 5. Business English
Semester 3
1. Legal foundations: brand management 2. Identity-oriented branding 3. Innovation management 4. Communication management 5. Elective (specialization subjects)
Semester 4
1. Media planning and controlling 2. Price and distribution policy 3. Experience-oriented brand communication 4. Special forms of brand strategy 5. (specialization subjects)
Semester 5
1. Business leadership 2. International branding 3. Digital branding 4. Interdisciplinary project – Branding 5. Elective (specialization subjects)
Semester 6
1. Practical transfer project: brand management 2. Bachelor's thesis and oral examination 3. Business ethics and sustainability
Program Structure
This program runs for six semesters.
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Business and Technology Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 890 € / Year
Non-EU : 2950 € / Year
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Cansat - Hands-on Satellite Design Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Summer program English
EU : 2200 € / Total
Non-EU : 2200 € / Total
TU Berlin Summer University Germany Berlin Cost of Living 800 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
The general prerequisites of the TU Berlin Summer University are: at least one year of university experience + English level B2 or equivalent. Participants should have a general understanding of engineering.
Career Options
This course is designed for students with a general understanding of engineering who want to gain insight into the exciting topic of space technologies. With the practical approach applied, students experience working on a challenging project in an interdisciplinary team. This prepares them for a systems engineering career with a leading position in the engineering industry. With the basic knowledge in space technologies that is imparted in this course, students have a good starting point to prepare themselves for a continuing education in space engineering. It is recommended that students use their own laptops for the hands-on project.
Program Objetives
After taking part in this course, students will have knowledge of the most important topics related to space technologies. Students will know the parts of a space system and understand their correlations, and will be able to plan and conduct a space mission. Practically, students will be capable of designing a part of a space system with regard to mechanics, electronics and programming.
Curriculum
The course starts with introductory lectures about the most important topics related to space technologies. In parallel, a practical training will be given to develop specific engineering skills in mechanics, electronics and programming that are necessary to conduct the hands-on project. During project work units, parts of a CanSat will be designed with supervision in smaller groups. During a launch campaign, the CanSat will be tested under real conditions. The course is supplemented by an excursion to space related companies and institutions in Berlin.
Program Structure
This program runs for 4 weeks, from 25th July until 18th August.
In this course, a CanSat is designed, built and tested in the field during a rocket launch. Therefore, all basics of topics related to exciting area of space technologies is imparted and practical skills for the development of a CanSat are trained. The theoretical units are supplemented by practical exercises. Parts of the CanSat are developed in intensely supervised small groups. During an excursion to a site in Berlin where space related companies and institutions are located, the participants shall gain insight into facilities used for the development of satellites.
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Chemical and Materials Engineering Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 837 € / Year
Non-EU : 2500 € / Year
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Chemistry Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 890 € / Year
Non-EU : 890 € / Year
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Civil Engineering Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 890 € / Year
Non-EU : 2950 € / Year
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Common European Master’s Course in Biomedical Engineering Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 4000 € / Year
Non-EU : 8000 € / Year
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Communication Studies - Journalism and Media in Europe Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 890 € / Year
Non-EU : 2950 € / Year
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Communication Studies - New Media and Society in Europe Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 890 € / Year
Non-EU : 2950 € / Year
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Crash Prevention - From Cognitive Modeling to Composite Design Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Summer program English
EU : 1850 € / Total
Non-EU : 1850 € / Total
TU Berlin Summer University Germany Berlin Cost of Living 800 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
The general prerequisites of the TU Berlin Summer University are: at least one year of university experience + English level B2 or equivalent.
Career Options
This course is intended for students within the field of engineering or adjacent sciences, as well as industry newcomers.
Program Objetives
The aim of this course is to further interest in engineering sciences by demonstrating the challenges engineers face when solving a real technical problem. Theoretically, problems are fixed using a model road map of a distinct discipline. However, in practice, interdisciplinary knowledge application can be a fruitful solution. Therefore, during the course, students will obtain a fundamental understanding of the comprehensive interaction of three distinct (engineering) disciplines required to tackle a current engineering problem. To illustrate the necessary interdisciplinary exchange of specialist fields, a case study of a crash of a lightweight, composite vehicle is chosen. Initially, fundamental outcomes of active naturalistic driving observation will be discussed. Next, a method of cognitive modeling will be presented, which allows simulation of the cognitive processes undergone during a driving task, and the impact of multitasking on driving ability. Finally, basic solution techniques determining the forces resulting from the event of a crash will be introduced and the material design of composites will be presented in detail. The different meanings of simulations and their necessity in the prediction and thus prevention of a car crash will be discussed, and common methods for reaching solutions will be presented.
Curriculum
This course covers the following topics:
• naturalistic driving observation methods,
• incident/pre-crash data analysis,
• influence of individual driving behavior,
• cognitive modeling of driver behavior,
• prediction of driver distraction,
• basic structural mechanics and/or stability analysis,
• introduction to numerical simulation techniques,
• composite mechanics/material design.
Program Structure
This program runs for 4 weeks, from 25th July until 18th August.
The course will consist of a theoretical aspect made up of lectures, presentations, and exercises along with a practical aspect. The main subject of the practical session will be a bicycle field test. Participants will be trained to gain road trip data using both, an electric bicycle (pedelec) and a conventional bicycle and analyze them with focus on e.g. differences in risk exposure, velocity-dependent driving behavior, multi-tasking driver behavior and its implications etc.
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DesignBuild – Community Spaces with Refugees in Berlin Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Summer program English
EU : 1850 € / Total
Non-EU : 1850 € / Total
TU Berlin Summer University Germany Berlin Cost of Living 800 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
The general prerequisites of the TU Berlin Summer University are: at least one year of university experience + English level B2 or equivalent.
Career Options
This course is suitable for architects, engineers and landscape architects willing to leave the boundaries of their desks, conquer real life scenarios and exercise social responsibility. Skills in building crafts are of advantage, and the willingness to work in a team is a precondition.
Program Objetives
The overall learning objective of this course is the education of highly aware decision-makers who are conscious about the urgent need to take responsibility in constructing balanced social, cultural and ecological living environments.
This includes the following learning goals:
Decision-making under time pressure.
Development of high quality design and performance with a small budget and restricted time.
Participatory processes with users and skills in craftsmanship.
Curriculum
The Design-Build Summer-Studio focusses on the realisation of small building projects from the initial design to the process of building by the students themselves. It is based on a specific building task and is carried out in an academic environment, engaging in interdisciplinary collaboration between Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Civil Engineering, Sociology and other related fields.
The challenge is to integrate “Low-Cost“, and “High Efficiency“ requirements with sustainability considerations, cultural acceptance issues, aesthetics, appropriateness, participation and education. The focus is placed on “Architecture of Social Engagement“ with a double goal: to provide social support, and, besides the enormous gains in professional knowledge, to make students more sensitive to the ecological, social and cultural implications of their work.
Through designing and building together in the urban space of Berlin and surrounding areas, the students will get insights into the challenges the people they are designing for are facing. They will take this knowledge back to university to further reflect on the planers' perspective.
In order to profit from the higher potential of these small-scale projects beyond activism, the focus has to be placed on the quality of the space that is created. Design decisions and execution therefore have to be made precisely and carefully.
Program Structure
This program runs for 4 weeks, from 25th July until 18th August.
The participants will develop a project from the design stage to the usable tangible project. An examination of the context and discussions with the clients and users will form the first step. In a competitive design workshop, the best and most feasible solutions will be selected and developed. In collaboration with the users and involved parties, the design will be built and inaugurated, under the guidance of craftsman.
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Disaster Medicine Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Brussels Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Economics of Globalization and European Integration Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Economics of Globalization and European Integration Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Educational Sciences Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Electromechanical Engineering Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 837 € / Year
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Electronics and Information Technology Engineering Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 837 € / Year
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Energy Systems Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 4000 € / Total
Non-EU : 4000 € / Total
International Hellenic University (IHU) Greece Thessaloniki Cost of Living 700 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
The IHU operates on a rolling admissions basis, in two (2) rounds of applications. Application Round 1 cut-off date: 15 June. Application Round 2 cut-off date: 16 October. This means that candidates apply for and are admitted to our program all year round, until the end of the 1st round (June 15th). Round 2 applications will be considered according to the availability of places in the program after Round 1. We suggest, however, that you apply as early as possible to ensure a quick response and place availability. Please ensure that you complete the application form fully, as described below, and submit all your supporting documents for us to make an informed decision.
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Energy and its sustainability will always be a key global issue for modern contemporary societies. In order to really stand out, young professionals in the Energy sector need education that is interdisciplinary: technical as well as economics/management/law related. The International Hellenic University offers just such a diverse MSc in Energy Systems program that is open to candidates from different academic disciplines and which has been in high demand since its first intake of students in 2010. Leading academics from prestigious academic institutions from Greece and abroad, together with instructors from public authorities and key players from energy-related organizations, have taught in this program in the past years. The program has been developed to equip graduates of Engineering, Geotechnical and Natural Sciences departments with an in-depth understanding of the fundamental issues of energy in the industrial and commercial sectors. It provides up to date technical knowledge and skills required for achieving energy management, designing of energy-efficient systems and processes, utilization of renewable energy sources and the cost effective reduction and control of pollution. This program is designed for University graduates of Engineering, Geotechnical and Natural Sciences departments who wish to gain further expertise in the engineering aspects of the Energy sector.
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The MSc in Energy Systems (full-time) is a 14-month program taught over three terms. Lectures mainly take place on weekday evenings. The MSc in Energy Systems program is also available in part-time mode over 26 months for those who cannot commit to a full-time program either for work or other reasons. During the first term, students are required to follow five mandatory core courses. During the second term, students are required to follow three mandatory core courses tailoring their program further by two elective courses. Finally, in the third semester, work is dedicated exclusively to the Master's dissertation. The Master's dissertation provides a good opportunity to apply theory and concepts learned during the year to a real-world Energy Systems problem or challenge. 1st Term Core Courses - Quantitative Methods. - Fuels and Energy Conversion. - Energy Project Finance. - Energy Systems Simulation and Modeling. - Energy Law. 2nd Term Core Courses - Solar Power and Thermal Systems. - Alternative Fuels. - Advanced Energy System Operation and Design. 2nd Term Elective Courses During the second term students tailor their program further by choosing elective courses. The choice of elective courses must sum up to 12 ECTS (2 courses). - Environmental Assessment. - Emission Control Technologies. - Wind and Hydro Power Systems. - Energy Auditing. - Energy Storage. - Oil and Gas Exploitation. - Energy Efficiency and Savings. Dissertation During the third semester, students work on their Master’s Dissertation project, the thematic area of which is relevant to their program of studies and their interests. The dissertation provides a good opportunity to apply theory and concepts learned in different courses to a real-world energy-related problem or challenge. Students are supervised throughout their projects by a member of the academic faculty and the academic assistants. After submission of the dissertation, students present their projects to classmates and faculty at a special event.
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European Integration and Development Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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European Union Studies and Human Rights Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 4500 € / Year
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UCAM Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia Spain Murcia Cost of Living 650 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
Students are required to be in possession of an accredited Bachelor's diploma. Language requirements: English (TOEFL 550/IBT 79-80, IELTS 6.0-6.5).
Career Options
Career opportunities include: • EU Institutions and European Bodies. • International Organizations. • Foreign Trade Offices. • International Media. • Consulting. • Specialized Law Firms. • Public Administration. • Research Centers Dedicated to European Affairs. • International Relations Offices. • Non-Governmental Organizations.
Program Objetives
General aims of the program: • To offer a post-graduate multidisciplinary training about the European Union, its evolution and its importance. • To form 25 specialists in EU constitution, legislation and human rights every year by means of a stringent theoretical-practical approach. • Attract to UCAM top level professors and experts. • To promote research and top quality teaching on the European Union in order to shape a reference research center with a highly international scope. • Internationalize student training by increasing their mobility through visits to European institutions in Brussels.
Curriculum
I. Introduction - 2 ECTS. II. Juridical-institutional aspects of EU performance - 4.5 ECTS. III. Legal systems - 5.5 ECTS. IV. Human rights, fundamental rights and citizenship of the Union - 9 ECTS. V. EU economic structure (i). Liberties and common policies - 9 ECTS. VI. EU economic structure (ii). Competition policy - 4.5 ECTS. VII. Common security and defense policy - 4.5 ECTS. VIII. European Union in the world - 7 ECTS. IX. Other policies - 5.5 ECTS. X. Management of European funds - 7.5 ECTS. XI. Sources of information about the EU and institutional communication - 1 ECTS.
Program Structure
The program runs for one academic year in blended learning format.
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Executive MBA Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 2500 € / Semester
Non-EU : 2500 € / Semester
International Hellenic University (IHU) Greece Thessaloniki Cost of Living 700 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
To be considered for the EMBA, candidates are required to have: - An undergraduate degree from a recognised University - A minimum of three years' full-time work experience gained after graduation. - For graduates from non-English-speaking universities, a good IELTS (6.5 and above), TOEFL (IBT, 90 and above) or TOEIC (850 and above) score, or a recognised by the Greek State certificate of proficiency in English.
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The IHU Executive MBA is a 24-month program taught over a long weekend (including Friday) once a month, and commences every January. In total there are sixteen weekends of classes. Our program is designed for busy professionals in order to advance their career without losing momentum. The flexible teaching timetable aims to enable students from miscellaneous backgrounds to attend classes. Furthermore, a variety of teaching methods are employed in order to facilitate learning, such as workshops, soft skills development sessions and integrating seminars. Teaching takes place on-campus, in Thessaloniki. Why choose the IHU Executive MBA - Learn from top-class, internationally renowned academics and professionals - Collaborate with experienced colleagues from other countries and/or industries. - Experience a ‘hands-on’ environment focused on a practical approach to learning. - Establish a valuable network of life-long contacts.
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The Core Modules The Executive MBA core modules offer a thorough understanding of the key functional areas within a company and an appreciation of their critical interactions and their impact on the organization as a whole. Core modules enable students to understand key concepts and apply practical skills directly relevant to their careers. - Management of Organizations - The Global Business Environment - Global Capital Markets - Quantitative Methods and Decision Analysis - Cost Management - Financial Reporting and Analysis - Technology and Operations Management - Business Leadership - Corporate Finance - Marketing Management - Entrepreneurship - Business Strategy The program offers a rich choice of electives in diverse areas. Participants can choose four electives across, relevant to their current and future career orientation. - Product Innovation - Consumer Behavior - Managing Human Capital - Project Management - Managing Strategic Change - Corporate Governance - Risk Management - Banking Legal Environment - Business Ethics & Business Ethics & Social Responsibility - Credit Analysis for Bank Loan Decision Making - Energy Markets - Commercializing Science and Technology - Private Equity & Venture Capital - Advanced Company Valuation - Investment Management - Supply Chain Management - Intellectual Property Management - Derivative Instruments - Mergers and Acquisitions - Business to Business Marketing - Alternative Dispute Resolution - International Company and Trade Law - Litigation in Europe - Raising Capital The electives list is continuously updated to reflect contemporary business issues and student interests. Some of the elective courses may not be offered in a particular year, depending entirely on student demand. The Business Consultancy Project As a part of the IHU EMBA program, students submit an individual 10000-word business project on a subject relating to their study and career. The objective of the EMBA project is to provide insights, analysis and conclusions grounded in academic discipline but also relevant to management. Projects are undertaken within a sponsoring organization under the supervision of a member of the academic faculty. The Field Trip The EMBA field trip provides participants with the opportunity to explore first-hand the business practices in different South Eastern European countries. Groups of four students visit an organization in Greece and/or the region. The exercise not only helps to integrate the theory with practical application, but also places important emphasis on the international aspects of politics, economics and business in the region. Professional Skills Development The IHU provides Executive MBA students with the opportunity to develop a range of professional soft skills to enhance performance and manage complexity. Managers are often concerned with individual or group responsibility of career development. The IHU EMBA offers a range of training sessions covering the exploration of work-related issues, development of new perspectives, negotiating skills, effective management of change, planning implementation and personal development. These are all skills that are considered important in high-pressure and rapidly changing work environments. The Professional Skills Development program has obligatory attendance and consists of four all-day seminars, during the scheduled weekends of the EMBA program. The Integrating Seminars At the IHU we believe in the importance of rooting business education and learning in the real world. As such, we have developed 3 full-day seminars known as ‘The Integrating Seminars’. The purpose of the Integrating Seminars is to provide a forum for participants to interact, discuss and debate contemporary economic and business issues with leading economic policy makers, senior managers and top level professionals from Greece, the Balkan region and Western Europe.
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Geographic Engineering Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 4000 € / Total
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International Hellenic University (IHU) Greece Thessaloniki Cost of Living 700 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
To be considered for an MSc program, candidates are required to have: - A good university degree (original transcripts)*. - Proof of English competence (a recognized certificate of proficiency, recently acquired IELTS (6.5 and above), or TOEFL (IBT, 90 and above) or TOEIC (850 and above) score). - Two academic references. - A personal interview may be required. * From a recognized University.
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The IHU MSc in Environmental Management and Sustainability focuses on understanding the current status and future trends in sustainable development and corporate responsibility. The program provides the necessary theoretical background to understanding the concept of sustainable development in relation to the operation of firms and organizations and the applied tools and techniques to integrate sustainable practices in their management.
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The program offers two streams of specialization: - Environmental Management. - Sustainable Tourism Management. Core Modules First Term - Introduction to Environmental Science and Sustainable Development. - Business and the Environment. - Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy. - Quantitative and Research Methods. Second Term Environmental Management Stream Students who choose to follow the Environmental Management stream are required to complete the following four courses: - Environmental Impact Assessment. - Environmental Management Systems, Auditing and Assessment. - Environmental Assessment, CBA. - International Environmental Policy, Governance, Institutions and Stakeholders. Sustainable Tourism Management Stream Students who choose to follow the Sustainable Tourism Management stream are required to complete the following four courses: - Strategic Management in Hospitality and Tourism. - Strategic Marketing for Sustainable Tourism. - The Economics of Sustainable Tourism. - Sustainable Performance Measurement Systems in the Hospitality and Tourism. The Elective Modules - Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting. - Strategic Planning. - Environmental Legislation. - Industrial Ecology and Life Cycle Assessment. - Sustainable Production and Consumption. - Climate Change and Energy Strategies. - Sustainable Tourism Planning. - Alternative Tourism. - Destination and Event Development. - Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality. - An elective course from another IHU program. - Consulting Project (supplants 2 elective courses). The Consulting Project During the second or third quarter, students participate in a consulting project relevant to the Stream they have joined. In groups, students study an actual environmental problem of a particular firm or organization. Following analysis of the problem, the students prepare and present concrete and practical solution(s). The Dissertation The dissertation is an individual 10000-word paper of original scientific (theoretical or applied) work, which upon completion is submitted for examination and approval by a three - member committee chaired by the student's supervisor.
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Geography Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Gerontological Sciences Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 2333 € / Year
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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High Performance Sport - Strength and Conditioning Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 5900 € / Year
Non-EU : 6900 € / Year
UCAM Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia Spain Murcia Cost of Living 650 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
Students are required to be in possession of an accredited Bachelor's diploma. Language requirements: English (TOEFL 550/IBT 79-80, IELTS 6.0-6.5).
Career Options
With the acquired skills and knowledge obtained in the Master’s program, students can start / resume their professions in the following work areas: • Optimization, assessment & control training, physical fitness and performance in individual sports. • Biomechanics applied to health, fitness and sports training. • Training of physiological adaptations and performance evaluation. • Performance analysis in team sports. • Analysis of the game-play and teaching-learning assessment in team sports. • Prescription of exercise programs. • Physical activity and exercise, functional autonomy and quality of life for older adults, special populations and disabled individuals. • Learning and motor control. • Personal training. • Physical preparation. • Coordination and management programs in clubs and sports performance centers.
Program Objetives
This Master’s degree is the first in Spain to be recognized by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). The curriculum has especially been designed to impart not only theoretical and practical applications in this specific field, but also the methodological foundations necessary for students’ independent research, enabling them to assess the most controversial lines in Sports Science. Our teaching faculty is uniquely comprised of UCAM professors as well as national and international experts from the high performance sport sector. Students will receive a deeper understanding of the different areas in sport performance and conditioning and acquire the necessary training for proper performance in their professional and/or research careers. The constant evolution and growing interest in physical activity and sport science makes this area of multidisciplinary expertise a highly demanded subject of professional interest. Together with the official title of the Master’s, which allows students to directly access a PhD program, students can also acquire official titles from the prestigious NSCA organization in the areas of Personal Trainer and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
Curriculum
I. Research methodology - 10 ECTS. II. Scientific principles of strength and conditioning - 4.5 ECTS. III. Exercise psychology - 4.5 ECTS. IV. Analysis of biomechanics and movement - 4.5 ECTS. V. Program design related to strength and conditioning - 6 ECTS. VI. Sports nutrition and ergogenic aids - 4.5 ECTS. VII. Strength training and conditioning in the elderly 4.5 ECTS. VIII. Applied statistical techniques in strength and conditioning - 3.5 ECTS. IX. Practicum - 6 ECTS. X. Master's thesis - 12 ECTS.
Program Structure
The program runs for one academic year in part-time format.
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Hospitality and Tourism Management Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 5000 € / Total
Non-EU : 5000 € / Total
International Hellenic University (IHU) Greece Thessaloniki Cost of Living 700 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
To be considered for an MSc program, candidates are required to have: - A good university degree (original transcripts)*. - Proof of English competence (a recognised certificate of proficiency, recently acquired IELTS (6.5 and above), or TOEFL (IBT, 90 and above) or TOEIC (850 and above) score). - Two academic references. - A personal interview may be required. * From a recognized University.
Career Options
The program is designed for those who are aiming for a career in travel, tourism or related industries. The program supports students and professionals who aim for careers in: - Tourism business. - Government agencies. - Museums/Heritage centers. - Travel agencies. - Event management. - Real estate. The Careers Office of the International Hellenic University provides students with focused events, access to career information, vacancy information, career fairs, Erasmus opportunities and internships.
Program Objetives
The MSc in Hospitality and Tourism Management programme provides expertise in tourism with a practical orientation related to management and strategic issues in the fast-evolving tourism sector at the national and international level. Greece provides the ideal place to study Hospitality and Tourism and more specifically, Thessaloniki, which has been at the crossroads of many different cultures and a student metropolis. The IHU MSc in Hospitality and Tourism Management is designed to: - Enable students to acquire the expertise and develop the skills for the acquisition and application of integrated solutions for the effective management of tourist enterprises in a highly competitive international environment with an emphasis on the management and economic activity of the tourist industry as well as environmental issues related to the tourism sector. - Develop skills and expertise targeted at effective decision-taking and critical assessment of issues concerning management in the specific sector and also to provide practical orientation related to management and strategic issues in the fast-evolving tourism sector at the national and international level. - Enable students to acquire the knowledge required for the strategic planning of enterprises and organisations concerning their compliance with environmental legislation; in general teach them how to minimize the environmental impact of their operation on the environment through voluntary activities. - Enhance students’ self-awareness and self-confidence through the acquisition of knowledge and practical skills in disciplines related to tourism management.
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The Core Modules - Ηοspitality and Tourism Operating Systems. - Tourism Management. - Financial Management for Tourism Development. - Services Marketing. - Quantitative and Research Methods. - Tools for Business Analysis. - Strategic Management in Tourism. - Environmental Management in Tourism / Sustainable Tourism. - Human Resources Management in Tourism. The Elective Modules Students choose four modules from the following list according to their interests and their current and future career orientation: - Alternative Forms of Tourism. - Tourism Policy Analysis. - Project Financing in Tourism. - Marketing of Destinations. - Tourism Product Development. - Contemporary Topics in International Tourism. - Cultural Heritage Tourism. - Destination and Event Development. - Visitor Attraction Management. - Tourism Planning. - Social Science in Tourism. - Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality. - Innovation in Tourism. - Environmental Legislation. - Environmental Accounting and Reporting. - Project Management. - Elective course from other IHU’s programs. Dissertation As part of the MSc program, students submit an individual project on a subject relating to their studies and career. The topic is chosen by the student with input and advice from a faculty member, who acts as supervisor, working closely with the student. The dissertation is an individual 10000- word paper of original scientific work, which upon completion is submitted for examination and approval by a three-member committee chaired by the student’s supervisor. Consulting project (optional) During the last part of the taught terms, students participate in a consulting project relevant to their interests. In groups, students study an actual problem of a particular tourism firm or organisation. Following analysis of the problem, the students prepare and present concrete and practical solution(s).
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Information and Communication Technology Systems Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 4000 € / Total
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International Hellenic University (IHU) Greece Thessaloniki Cost of Living 700 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
The IHU operates on a rolling admissions basis, in two (2) rounds of applications. Application Round 1 cut-off date: 15 June. Application Round 2 cut-off date: 16 October. This means that candidates apply for and are admitted to our programs all year round, until the end of the 1st round (June 15th). Round 2 applications will be considered according to the availability of places in the program after Round 1. We suggest, however, that you apply as early as possible to ensure a quick response and place availability. Please ensure that you complete the application form fully, and submit all your supporting documents for us to make an informed decision.
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Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Systems have been a main driver of technological innovation during recent decades and now play a pivotal role in all aspects of modern life. Professionals who are experts in ICT Systems are therefore in constant demand. In order to really stand out in today’s job market ICT professionals need a combination of technical, managerial and interdisciplinary skills from different sectors of the economy, as well as exposure to an international environment. The International Hellenic University (IHU) offers just such a highly diverse graduate program. In a fully English-speaking environment, our MSc in ICT Systems students learn to excel in their technical skills while also acquiring grounding in managerial skills as these apply in a number of different areas including healthcare, the financial sector and the green economy. The lecture series by leading academic instructors from Greece and abroad, together with projects and dissertation work, mean that students graduate well equipped and highly competitive at international level. This program is designed for those University graduates of Informatics/Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and also Natural Sciences departments, who wish to acquire a competitive edge in the rapidly converging information and telecommunication technologies market.
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The MSc in ICT Systems (full-time) is a 14-month program taught over three terms. Lectures mainly take place on weekday evenings. The MSc in ICT Systems program is also available in part-time mode over 26 months for those who cannot commit to a full-time program either for work or other reasons. Upon arrival at the IHU all students follow an intensive foundation course titled "Applied Mathematics in ICT" that aims to bring all incoming students to the same level with respect to some of the mathematics knowledge that is required to excel in the program. During the first term, all students are required to attend five mandatory core courses. During the second term, all students follow a further three required courses and a combination of two elective courses. Finally, during the third term, work is dedicated exclusively to the Master's dissertation. 1st Term Core Courses During the first term, all MSc in ICT Systems students attend five (5) mandatory core courses that provide a thorough grounding in key functional areas of the ICT sector. These core courses sum up to a total of 30 ECTS units. - ICT Management and e-Business Strategy. - Web Programming. - Computer Networks and Services Management. - Database Design, Management and Implementation. - Information Systems Security. 2nd Term Core Courses During the second term, all students are initially required to attend three (3) required courses which give a total of 18 ECTS. - Wireless Communications and Networks. - Software Development Methodologies. - Big Data and Cloud Computing. In addition to these required courses, during the second term, students tailor the program further to their own needs by choosing two elective courses, which give a total of 12 ECTS. 2nd Term Elective Courses - Embedded programming and Sensor Networks. - Knowledge Management in the Web. - Data Mining and Business Analytics. - Green ICT. - E-Commerce Systems and Protocols. - Mobile Applications Development. * Some of the elective courses may not be offered in a particular year, depending entirely on student demand. The same course may be offered in a two-year part-time study mode.
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Innovation and Tourism Marketing Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 3750 € / Year
Non-EU : 4850 € / Year
UCAM Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia Spain Murcia Cost of Living 650 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
Students are required to be in possession of an accredited Bachelor's diploma. Language requirements: English (TOEFL 550/IBT 79-80, IELTS 6.0-6.5).
Career Options
At the end of the program graduates are qualified to: • Successfully develop their own business in the tourism sector. • Start / resume their career in the private sector holding positions of responsibility in departments of general management, innovation, human resources, marketing or communication. • Work as project or product managers, online managers in eCommerce, social media, revenue management etc. or as manager of innovation and tourism technology. • Develop their career in the public sector e.g. in the planning and management of smart destinations. • Advise public and private companies in the innovation, marketing and implementation of new technologies in the development of tourism projects. • Begin their professional career in the area of teaching and research.
Program Objetives
The Master’s in Innovation and Tourism Marketing is intended for people that are passionate about the culture of innovation, technology and marketing applied in tourism organizations. Students entering this program must be a graduate of a tourism related study or have a degree in a different academic field. This program is appropriate for students who want to acquire or expand their knowledge with regards to the set-up and management of operations aimed at innovation and marketing processes in the tourism sector. Therefore, prospective students should show general interest in tourism as a whole as well as in the innovative aspects of marketing, creativity and design of tourism products, communication, distribution and new technologies applied in this sector.
Curriculum
I. Tourist environment and the importance of innovation - 12 ECTS. II. Innovation management in the tourism sector - 12 ECTS. III. Technologies applied to tourism - 12 ECTS. IV. Marketing management and branding in tourism - 12 ECTS. V. Practical development - 6 ECTS. VI. Master's final project - 6 ECTS.
Program Structure
The program runs for one full academic year, either on campus or online.
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International Accounting, Auditing, and Financial Management Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 5000 € / Total
Non-EU : 5000 € / Total
International Hellenic University (IHU) Greece Thessaloniki Cost of Living 700 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
To be considered for an MSc program, candidates are required to have: - A good university degree (original transcripts)*. - Proof of English competence (a recognized certificate of proficiency, recently acquired IELTS (6.5 and above), or TOEFL (IBT, 90 and above) or TOEIC (850 and above) score). - Two academic references. - A personal interview may be required. * From a recognized University.
Career Options
The Careers Office of the International Hellenic University provides you with focused events, access to career information, vacancy information, career fairs, Erasmus opportunities and internships. The program supports students who aim for careers as: - Accountants. - Auditors. - Consultants in accounting, auditing, tax and financial management. - Tax revenue officers. - Corporate Lawyers.
Program Objetives
The MSc in International Accounting, Auditing, and Financial Management has been developed by experts with experience in international accounting, auditing, and finance in both academia and industry. The MSc combines accounting and auditing knowledge with expertise in finance, which helps students gain the necessary knowledge of the international accounting and finance environment. The program is designed for students who have an Accounting or related degree and/or background in quantitative research who are aiming for a career in accounting, auditing, finance, business, management, and law in the international market. Also, it is designed for students with critical and analytical skills and an inclination and/or interest in related career paths.
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Core modules - Accounting and Financial Analysis. - Auditing. - Accountability, Governance and Regulation. - Management Accounting. - Credit Analysis for Bank Loan Decision Making. - Foundations of Finance. - Corporate Finance. - Quantitative Methods. Elective modules (students can choose four) - Taxation. - Advanced Auditing. - Accounting Information Systems. - Transfer Pricing. - Advanced Company Valuation. - Corporate Governance Sustainability: Accounting and Reporting. - Accounting Fraud Examination. - Ethics in Accounting. - Banking Legal Environment. - Financial Regulation. - Accounting for Derivatives. - Cost Planning and Analysis for Competitive Advantage Mergers and Acquisitions. - Global Capital Markets. - Behavioral Finance. - Entrepreneurship. Dissertation As part of the MSc program, students submit an individual project on a subject relating to their studies and career.
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International Brand Communication Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 5340 € / Semester
Non-EU : 6840 € / Semester
Brand Academy Hamburg - University of Applied Sciences Germany Hamburg Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
A successfully completed degree is a prerequisite for admission.
A Bachelor's degree equivalent to 180 credits (ECTS) is required. Dependent on your specialization, business, design, communication or media related bachelor's degree are beneficial. If this does not apply to you bridging courses will be offered.
Furthermore you will need to demonstrate English skills at Level B2 or at least 543 points 543 points in the paper-based TOEFL test or 87 points in the Internet-based test; or 5.0 points in IELTS.
You can commence studies in April or October.
As well as your CV and references, a letter of motivation is very important to us as part of your application. We place a lot of emphasis on forming capable, committed semester groups of students who complement and inspire each other effectively. For more information about the application documents and formal requirements please refer to our application form.
Once we have assessed your application documents positively, our Application Manager Anna Prokhorenko and our Course Director will look forward to getting to know you in a personal interview, where you will be able to tell them about your education and career so far, your suitability for the course, and your personal aims in relation to studying.
If you are successful in this interview you will be entitled to join the course.
Career Options
As a recent graduate you will be ready to begin your career on the global stage and in the advertising industry where brands touch the hearts of consumers.
You have a keen interest in creative brand communication campaigns like Apple, Coca Cola, Mont Blanc, Nike and Nivea and are curious to explore new cultures. Take the first step of your global career with us.
You are ambitious and looking to develop skills that allow you to excel in the fast-moving world of global advertising.
You can choose between three specializations in this course, corresponding to the business units in advertising agencies: Strategic Planning, Account Management and Cross-Media Creation.
Program Objetives
Build the foundations of a successful global career and develop an international outlook with our new Master’s Degree in International Brand Communication. This two year course provides unparalleled exposure to Western and Eastern ways of planning and creating brand communication campaigns in advertising agencies. Power your learning in a unique combination of core and elective courses with three different areas of specialisation, taught in English. Collaborating with well-known agencies and companies, you will create effective communication campaigns suitable for selected countries.
Curriculum
Semester 1
1. International Brand Communication 2. Theories of Media and Communication Science 3. Creative Conception and Storytelling 4. English for IBC 5. Elective Module I – Specialization
Semester 2
1. Consumer Psychology and Insights 2. International Creative Leadership and Agency Management 3. Semiotics and Visual Aesthetics 4. Intercultural Competence 5. Elective Module II – Specialization
Semester 3
1. International Media Planning and Campaigning Strategies 2. Open Innovation and Digital Thinking 3. Brand Agency Simulation Game 4. Project Work 5. Elective Module III – Specialization
Semester 4
Master's Thesis
Program Structure
This program runs for four semesters.
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Brand Academy Hamburg - University of Applied Sciences Germany Hamburg Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
A successfully completed degree involving brands, marketing, brand management or brand communication is a prerequisite for admission.
Furthermore you will need to demonstrate English skills at Level B2 or at least 543 points in the paper-based TOEFL test or 87 points in the Internet-based test; or 5.0 points in IELTS.
You can commence studies in April or October.
As well as your CV and references, a letter of motivation is very important to us as part of your application. We place a lot of emphasis on forming capable, committed semester groups of students who complement and inspire each other effectively.
For more information about the application documents and formal requirements please refer to our application form.
Once we have assessed your application documents positively, our Application Manager Anna Prokhorenko and our Course Director will look forward to getting to know you in a personal interview, where you will be able to tell them about your education and career so far, your suitability for the course, and your personal aims in relation to studying.
If you are successful in this interview you will be entitled to join the course.
Career Options
Once you have completed this Master's course and graduated with a Master of Arts you will be ready to begin your career on the global stage and in any industry where brands touch the hearts of consumers.
Are you ambitious and eager to work with different cultures? Do you have an interest in strong brands like Apple, Mercedes, Mont Blanc, Nivea and Schwarzkopf and want to experience how East meets West, and are you keen to combine theoretical knowledge with the world of business?
Then this program might be for you. Take the first step in your global career with the Brand Academy Master's course.
Program Objetives
Build the foundations of a successful and exciting global career and develop an international outlook with this new Master of International Brand Management course.
This two-year course delivered by the Brand Academy provides unparalleled exposure to Western and Eastern ways of doing business.
Power your learning in a unique combination of core and elective courses, taught in English and in an exclusive setting. Collaborating with well-known companies, you will experience business in the classroom and on international projects across different business branches and product categories.
Curriculum
Semester 1
1. International Brand Management 2. International Marketing Research 3. Intercultural Competence I 4. Business English for Marketing 5. Financial Management
Semester 2
1. Corporate Branding 2. Intercultural Competence II 3. International Product Development 4. Statistics 5. Elective Module I – Specialization
Semester 3
1. Politics and Law 2. International Management 3. Sales and Supply Chain Management 4. Transnational Brand Communication 5. Elective Module II – Specialization
Semester 4
1. Practice Transfer Project 2. Master's Thesis
Program Structure
This program runs for four semesters.
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International and European Law Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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LLM in Transnational and European Commercial Law, Mediation, Arbitration and Energy Law Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 4000 € / Total
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International Hellenic University (IHU) Greece Thessaloniki Cost of Living 700 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
The IHU operates on a rolling admissions basis. This means that candidates apply for and are admitted to our programs all year round. We suggest, however, that you apply as early as possible to ensure a quick response and place availability. Please ensure that you complete the application form fully, and submit all your supporting documents for us to make an informed decision.
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This postgraduate program aims to provide a thorough analysis of commercial law and alternative dispute resolution within a transnational, EU and international context. The emphasis is on learning how cross-border business activities, companies and financial markets are regulated and how alternative dispute resolution is conducted. This degree offers a wide range of career paths. It is addressed to recent graduates and qualified lawyers seeking to pursue a career in international, EU and transnational commercial law, company law, capital markets law, financial law and alternative dispute resolution, as well as to national regulators and public officers.
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The Core modules: - European Economic Law I. - European Economic Law II. - Transnational Commercial Law I. - Transnational Commercial Law II. - International Commercial Arbitration I. - International Commercial Arbitration II. - Recognition and Enforcement of International Arbitral Awards. - Energy Law. The Elective modules: - Legal Aspects of International Finance. - Economic Analysis of Law. - International and EU Tax Law. - European Labor and Employment Law. - Intellectual Property Law - Innovation, Technology and Patent Law. - International Insolvency Law: Principles and Policy. - Mergers and Acquisitions. - European and International Competition Law/Antitrust Law. - Internet Law and E-Business. - Banking Legal Environment. - Financial Crime. - European Procedural Law. - Legal Aspects of Risk Management. - EU Consumer Law. - Corporate Social Responsibility. - Recent Legal Developments in Transnational and European Commercial Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution.
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Linguistics and Literature Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 890 € / Year
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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MBA - Master in Business Administration Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 7900 € / Year
Non-EU : 8900 € / Year
UCAM Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia Spain Murcia Cost of Living 650 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
Students are required to be in possession of an accredited Bachelor's diploma. Language requirements: English (TOEFL 550/IBT 79-80, IELTS 6.0-6.5).
Career Options
Skills obtained during this MBA prepare students to occupy leading positions in companies and to draw up their own business plan as entrepreneurs. • Set up their own business as an entrepreneur. • Take over their family’s business. • Work in national, regional or local public administration as well as international organizations. • Start/resume their careers in the private sector e.g. in the area of production, human resources, administration, finance and accounting or marketing. • Direct teams in emerging fields e.g. in digital economy, development of logistics, quality, management of SMEs, internationalization of companies, international management, tourism management, construction management, services and industry branches. • Research and educate.
Program Objetives
The objective of the full-time Master's in Business Administration is to empower each participant with strong leadership skills in an international and multicultural context. Students will acquire knowledge and competences about business administration, consulting as well as companies' evaluation, hereby being able to apply their gained skills in real situations. Recognized academics and successful executives join hands in a strong faculty team representing the broad perspective of a company in its different aspects and assisting future leaders in their decision-making processes. The students' development depends on their cooperative attitude and open-minded personality. As part of an international, multicultural group, classmates will have to team up with each other and work together to overcome different tasks and case studies based on real company problems. Naturally, networks will grow in this MBA course and the bonds created can lead to new and exciting projects beyond the students’ studies. During the MBA, every participant will have the opportunity to actively engage in the business world by means of an in-company internship. With a minimum of 150 hours of work, this internship will contribute directly to the experience and professional profile of students.
Curriculum
I. Social, economic and legal environment - 5 ECTS. II. Accounting and finances - 5 ECTS. III. Trade management and marketing - 5 ECTS. IV. Human resources and management skills - 7 ECTS. V. Business strategies - 8 ECTS. VI. Financial management and business organisation - 15 ECTS. VII. Business internship - 6 ECTS. VIII. Master's final project - 9 ECTS.
Program Structure
This program runs for one full-time academic year.
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MBA - Sports Management Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 10900 € / Year
Non-EU : 10900 € / Year
UCAM Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia Spain Murcia Cost of Living 650 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
Students are required to be in possession of an accredited Bachelor's diploma. Language requirements: English (TOEFL 550/IBT 79-80, IELTS 6.0-6.5).
Career Options
On completion of the program you will be qualified to: • Correctly and accurately interpret the law regarding sports by which both public and private sports organisations are governed. • Manage quality processes and policies in sport organizations. • Resource planning (human, organizational and financial) of sports institutions. • Manage any type of sports facility in a sustainable manner. • Organize sporting events at local, national and international levels. • Create a communication plan for organizations and sports events. • Research and teach sports management. • Once all studies have been completed, the student will receive the Official Title of a Masters Degree in Sports Management and Direction, in collaboration with the Professional Football League and the Spanish Olympic Committee.
Program Objetives
This Masters Degree is intended to train future sports managers for the normal function of directing sports organizations, with special emphasis on their management and planning. To this end, the Masters formulates the acquisition of advanced training of a specialized nature, geared towards a professional qualification.
Curriculum
I. Basics of sports management - 10 ECTS. II. Sports marketing and communication - 10 ECTS. III. Planning, human resources and financial management - 10 ECTS. IV. Sports equipment, facilities and quality - 10 ECTS. V. External placements (professional profile) - 10 ECTS. VI. Final thesis - 10 ECTS.
Program Structure
This program runs for one full-time academic year.
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Management Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 890 € / Year
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Management Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 5000 € / Total
Non-EU : 5000 € / Total
International Hellenic University (IHU) Greece Thessaloniki Cost of Living 700 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
To be considered for an MSc program, candidates are required to have: - A good university degree (original transcripts)*. - Proof of English competence (a recognized certificate of proficiency, recently -acquired IELTS (6.5 and above), or TOEFL (IBT, 90 and above) or TOEIC (850 and above) score). - Two academic references. - A personal interview may be required. * From a recognized University.
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The IHU MSc in Management caters to the needs of recent graduates looking for an optimal combination of theory as well as a practical hands-on approach to Management. Also, it is designed to facilitate learning through a variety of teaching methods, technologies and environments. From the moment you embark on your Master's program, you will acquire a key set of skills and the real-world knowledge crucial to achieving success in your chosen career.
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The Core Modules The core courses ensure that you acquire knowledge of practical concepts and attain skills directly relevant to your career aspirations. - Accounting for Managers. - Operations & Information Management. - Management of Organizations. - Quantitative Methods. - Marketing. - Human Resource Management. - Strategy and Business Policy. - Finance for Managers. The Elective Modules The Elective modules represent a rich variety of broad subject areas. Students should select four electives from the list, according to their interests and their current and future career orientation. - Corporate Governance. - Business Ethics and Social Responsibility. - Supply Chain Management. - Entrepreneurship. - Project Management. - Consumer Behavior. - Product Innovation. - Private Equity and Venture Capital. - Commercializing Science and Technology. - Brand Management and Intellectual Property Law. - Alternative Dispute Resolution. - Litigation in Europe. The Course The IHU MSc in Management caters to the needs of recent graduates looking for an optimal combination of theory as well as a practical hands-on approach to Management. Also, it is designed to facilitate learning through a variety of teaching methods, technologies and environments. From the moment you embark on your Master's program, you will acquire a key set of skills and the real-world knowledge crucial to achieving success in your chosen career. The Core Modules The core courses ensure that you acquire knowledge of practical concepts and attain skills directly relevant to your career aspirations. - Accounting for Managers. - Operations and Information Management. - Management of Organizations. - Quantitative Methods. - Marketing. - Human Resource Management. - Strategy & Business Policy. - Finance for Managers. The Elective Modules The Elective modules represent a rich variety of broad subject areas. Students should select four electives from the list, according to their interests and their current and future career orientation. - Corporate Governance. - Business Ethics and Social Responsibility. - Supply Chain Management. - Entrepreneurship. - Project Management. - Consumer Behavior. - Product Innovation. - Private Equity and Venture Capital. - Commercializing Science and Technology. - Brand Management and Intellectual Property Law. - Alternative Dispute Resolution. - Litigation in Europe. The electives list will be continuously updated to reflect contemporary business issues and students' ongoing interests. Electives may vary from year to year depending on current interest and student demand. The Dissertation As part of the MSc program, students submit an individual 10000-word project on a subject relating to their academic interests and career aspirations. The Dissertation examines the ability a) to apply a certain methodology or approach to analyze a given problem and b) to demonstrate reasonably original hypotheses.
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Management Science Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Marine and Lacustrine Science and Management Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
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Molecular Biology Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
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Nuclear Engineering Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 890 € / Year
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Physics and Astronomy Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 890 € / Year
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Strategic Product Design Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 4000 € / Total
Non-EU : 4000 € / Total
International Hellenic University (IHU) Greece Thessaloniki Cost of Living 700 EUR/Month
Admision Requirements
To be considered for an MSc program, candidates are required to have: - A good university degree (original transcripts)*. - Proof of English competence (a recognized certificate of proficiency, recently -acquired IELTS (6.5 and above), or TOEFL (IBT, 90 and above) or TOEIC (850 and above) score). - Two academic references. - A personal interview may be required. * From a recognized University.
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The MSc in Strategic Product Design program is a one-year master especially designed for young professionals or university graduates who are committed to developing their professional career in the area of product design. It is also offered at part-time mode, in two years.
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The Core Modules First Term The core modules ensure acquisition of knowledge in practical concepts and attainment skills directly relevant to career aspirations: - History of Contemporary Product Design. - Drawing and Representations. - Design Theory and Methodologies. - Product Development. Second Term Stream: "Product Development" - Production techniques and modern applications. - Material Selection. - Ergonomics – Anthropometrics. - Morphology and Aesthetics. Stream: "Operational Design" - Operations Management. - Marketing - Branding. - Project Management. - Service design. Elective Modules Students choose four modules from the following list according to their interests and their current and future career orientation: - Surface Engineering. - Integrated Product Policy. - Entrepreneurship. - Rapid Prototyping and Reverse Engineering. - Product Innovation. - Graphic Design. - Free-hand Drawing and Color. - Consumer Behavior. - Cost Management. - Supply Chain Management. - Mechatronics. - Mechanics. - Modular Design. - Intellectual Property Law - Design Law. - Quantitative and Research Methods. - Working with Modeling Tools for Designers. - Surface 3D Modeling. - Consulting Project. - Elective course from other IHU’s programs.
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Tropical Biodiversity and Ecosystems Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
EU : 4000 € / Year
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium Elsene Cost of Living 900 EUR/Month
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Urban Studies (4CITIES) Add to My FavoritesBecome a member Second cycle English
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