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Master in International Management

Managing the future of internationalisation and the sharing economy

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Master of Science FHNW in International Management
ECTS points
Next start
February wk 7 or September wk 37
Studying mode
1.5 to 2 years
Teaching language
Semester fee
CHF 700 (CH)


Places are limited. Please apply early to secure the earliest possible entry.

The Master of Science (MSc) in International Management prepares students to lead and operate in an international setting that is committed to the philosophy of cross-cultural, sustainable management and leadership. The programme has been designed for students who intend to follow an international career in business or non-profit organisations. Furthermore, it provides students the opportunity to pursue a career in a globalizing world by developing a creative mindset through projects and research.

We educate innovative and responsible managers for a networked world with a unique set of cross-cultural competencies. Students learn to apply core concepts of international management in their leadership and managerial practice around the world. Additionally, students learn to develop theoretical knowledge for practical advancement through 6 ‘I’s: inspiration, imagination, inclusion, individualisation, integration and internationalisation.

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Practice oriented lectures and working with people from all over the world are not only challenging but also extremely valuable and a good preparation for the real world.

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Study Location

FHNW Campus Olten

FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland Von Roll-Strasse 10 4600 Olten
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