The first step when a company produces goods is to buy some raw materials, develop and produce the goods, pay the employees, stock the goods, transport, distribute and market them. All these activities are linked together and students of the Global Value Chain Management Programme learn to look at them from an overall perspective.
Departing in the management of the global value chain the Master of Science programme aims at giving the students competencies to solve problems within Innovation in Value Chains, Supply Chain Management and Dynamics as well as Global Marketing Management. These subjects are also the core subjects in the study programme.
A special feature of the study programme is the student’s close interaction with companies in the region. This means that the student will be closely affiliated with specific companies during the study, and the student can select a company internship for the third semester.
The profile is based on three elements:
1. The business community (Company Partners)
2. The Danfoss Center of Global Business
The interaction between these three players ensures that focus is put on both utility practices and the latest research. Early in the Economics and Business Administration - Global Value Chain Management programme you will furthermore get to establish a network to more international companies, networks that may be valuable in a job context.
The study is intended for jobs that require a general knowledge of a company’s value creation system and an in-depth understanding of B-t-B marketing, logistics and sourcing as management tool. Possible jobs are:
For cand.merc. graduates there is a correspondence between their programme profile and the range of jobs available. As the graduate achieves work experience and possibly further education the boundaries between the specific profiles seems to diminish. Cand.merc. graduates tend to have good opportunities to take on executive positions in the business world.
The international programme profiles are especially relevant for occupation with business that deals with import and export and have global relations.
You can apply until:
You can apply until:
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To apply for a Master's programme in Economics and Business Administration, you need a relevant Bachelor's degree. You can apply if you hold one of the following degrees:
You can also apply if you hold a similar Bachelor's degree including a minimum of 75 ECTS within the field of Economics and Business Administration, comprising at least 5 ECTS within each of the following subjects:
Methods for collection and analysis of data (statistics or other qualitative or quantitative methods, including mathematics or operations research/operations management. Data collection may be included to a minor extend)
Theory of Science and Scientific Methodology and Methods - this only applies if your degree is not from a university
If your degree does not fulfill the entry requirements, the study board will decide whether you can follow one or more supplementary courses.
Options for full-degree graduate students:
Only available for students applying for a master programme at our Sønderborg Campus
Six one-year scholarships are issued pr. year: three for studies within the technical field i.e. Mechatronics and Innovation & Business respectively, and three are for studies within the field of business administration i.e. Business Relationship Management.
A scholarship of DKK 40.000 may be granted if and when the requirements are met. It is paid in two instalments of DKK 20.000 per semester. The scholarship grant depends on acceptance and enrolment as a full-time student in one of the above mentioned programmes.
Options for Exchange and Guest Students:
Danish Government Scholarships for Foreign Nationals - The scholarship helps cover living expenses.
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