The aim of the programme is to qualify the student to solve problems in B-t-B Marketing, Supply Chain Management and International Marketing Management. Therefore, these three courses are compulsory and core courses of the study.
A special feature of the study programme is the students close interaction with the companies. This means that the student will be closely affiliated with a company during the study, and the student can select a company internship for the third semester.
The study is intended for jobs that require a general knowledge of a companys value creation system and an in-depth understanding of B-t-B marketing, logistics and sourcing as management tool. Possible jobs are:
Tuition fee for the international students.)
European Economic Area tuition fee is applicable to the students from EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.)
Only students with a non-EU/EEA-citizenship or non-Swiss-citizenship have to pay tuition fees.
First semester – 30 ECTS
Module 1: Global value chain
Second semester – 30 ECTS
Module 2: Methodology and External Environment
Third semester – 30 ECTS
Module 3: Optional courses
The third semester is the ‘elective’ semester where the student has the following three possibilities:
Examples of elective courses offered:
Fourth semester – 30 ECTS
The admission places are allocated to applicants belonging to three different groups according to specific criteria.
THE THREE GROUPS ARE DEFINED BASED ON THE BASIS FOR ADMISSION
Applicants with a BSc in Economics and Business Administration from the University of Southern Denmark are guaranteed admission to this master programme within the first year of having completed the BSc.
Other applicants from Danish universities (including CBS) who have passed a BSc in Economics and Business Administration or a BSc in Economics and Business Administration from the University of Southern Denmark with a degree older than one year are qualified for admission to the master programme.
Other applicants from or a are qualified for admission to the master programme.
Other educational backgrounds
If the university evaluates that an applicant possesses comparable academic qualifications to those acquired with a BSc in Economics and Business Administration, thereby enabling the applicant to complete the program, the applicant may be admitted. The university may require that the applicant pass supplementary courses and/or exams prior to enrolment.
In order for a degree to be deemed as having similar qualifications to those of the BSc programme in Economics and Business Administration, it must be a bachelor degree from a university. The programme must include 75 ECTS courses covering the disciplines within economics and business administration.
This means that the following subjects must be included with the stipulated number of ECTS:
Applicants with another basis for admission, for example a professional bachelor’s degree from Denmark or another country, may be admitted after an individual assessment. The applicant’s bachelor degree must cover the areas stipulated above and be of the same academic depth.
In case the above requirements are not fulfilled, the applicant must pass additional tests and/or courses prior to enrolment in order for the applicant to obtain qualifications similar to those of the admission requirements.
No work experience is required.
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