East Asian Management
- International Graduate Center - Hochschule Bremen
- City, Region, Country:
- Bremen, Bremen, Germany
- 4 Semester/s
Master Programme East Asian ManagementThe "East Asian Management" MBA is an exciting and new initiative from one of the oldest Graduate Centers in Germany.
The program aims to provide students with practice-oriented knowledge for the solution of management tasks in international enterprises and organizations.
The curriculum consists of a well-balanced mixture of business and cross-cultural classes, integrating communication skills as well as professional management knowhow.
The program is taught entirely in English, inviting both German and international students who want to further develop their international career.
Small classes allow for individual tutoring and counseling of each student. The program is staffed with highly qualified people with an international background, including both experienced practitioners as well as committed academics.
Prof. Dr. Tim Goydke
Target audienceTarget Group
The program addresses persons with a non-economic first-degree, e.g. in engineering, social or natural sciences and at least two years of professional work experience.
It will enable participants to fulfil management functions in an international - in particular Asian - context. Since the program is primarily for persons with no educational background in management sciences, teaching aims to equip students with management skills and methodical as well as social competencies. It thus qualifies them for further career steps on higher management levels at the interface between Europe/Germany and the Asian markets.
The main field of occupation for successful graduates is at the interface between Germany and/or Europe and the Asian markets. Graduates will primarily work in jobs where technical expertise and management competency with a focus on Asia are necessary. This could be the supervision of procurement, production, sales or customer service of German/European enterprises with business activities in Asia or within joint ventures in Asia itself.
Tasks can also evolve in product development and quality management with and/or for Asian customers and suppliers. As a graduate, you will also be part of a network of successful graduates holding key management and leadership positions world-wide.
Emphases/CurriculumThe EAM curriculum consists of two main components:
Practical relevanceIn general the study course has an international orientation.
Most lecturers are either from our partner universities or have long experiences in teaching abroad.
The clear Asian focus combined with committed lecturers with international experience and the cosmopolitican study body gives our MBA in East Asian Management and international orientation.
|Number of participants max.:||25|
|Number of applicants:||n.a.|
|Total fees approx.:||€ 16.400|
|Language(s) of instruction:||English|
|voluntary:||Chinese, Hindi, Japanese, Miscellaneous|
OrganisationCurrently, Hochschule Bremen has approx. 8500 students from more than 100 countries in more than 50 degree programmes, covering the areas of business, engineering, science, economics, social science and the humanities.
Depending on the course, degree-seeking students are awarded the traditional German academic degree (‘Diplom’) or a bachelor’s or master’s degree. Hochschule Bremen is well know for its international approach, with 258 university partnership programmes world-wide, as well for its close co-operation between the University and regional industry.
UAS Bremen is accredited as a national higher education institution and has received numerous awards, including one named Best-Practice University in 2000 by the CHE, the Centre for University Development; it was honoured by the Association of Sponsors of German Arts and Science for its instituted reforms, won the Marketing Prize "Highlight 2001" from the Marketing-Club Bremen and the DAAD-Prize for International University Marketing in 2000.
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