The Master of Science in International Management (MSc IM) is a high-level 90 ECTS credits programme committed to the principles and concepts of Sustainable Management. It is truly international, providing all important cross-cultural management skills critical to success in a globalising world. MSc IM is a highly specialised postgraduate programme designed for students who hold a bachelor‘s degree with a good, very good or excellent grade in a relevant area and intend to follow an international career in business or non-profit organisations.
MSc IM is based on applied research and live projects in the international business world, focussing on global marketing and communication as well as international human resource development.
The Master of Science in International Management programme can be taken in both full-time and part-time modes. Tuition takes place in Olten (autumn semesters) as well as Basel (spring semesters) All course subjects are taught in English.
Collaboration between Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (UK), and the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, School of Business in Basel/Brugg/Olten (Switzerland), offers students the opportunity to study in both countries and to qualify for a dual degree: MSc in International Business from Anglia Ruskin University, Ashcroft International Business School and MSc in International Management from the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, School of Business.
Brochure MSc IM (Pdf, 60kB)