The MSc IBP addresses core business skills and considers business activities within a broader political and economic context. When you graduate you will therefore be equipped to take on the challenges faced by firms, policymakers and their advisers across the globe. Our graduates find employment in a broad range of occupations including management posts in the private and public sectors, business development, research, consultancy, project leadership and the mass media.
The program rests upon the development of specific skills in the four academic streams around which it is structured: business strategies, international political economy, economics and policymaking processes. The courses within these streams:
- analyze the decisions made by firms, the factors shaping those decisions, the market and non-market strategies they employ and the contemporary strategic challenges that they face
- consider the interactions between firms and governments, the prime forces that shape the character of the national and international economy
- analyze the decisions made by firms, the factors shaping those decisions, the different ideas, interests, and institutions that influence the making and implementation of public policy, the impact of the institutions and structures that mediate between markets and states, and the character of subsequent policy outcomes
- address issues at regional, national and global levels. It thus considers contemporary developments and processes in and across emerging markets and advanced economies as well as the role played by supra-national institutions such as the World Bank and the European Union
- assess the ways in which states and businesses respond to contemporary challenges such as sustainability, inequality, the increasing volatility of governance structures and market uncertainties
The program also offers broader, transferable skills enabling those who take it to address the challenges and practical dilemmas facing different types of firms. IBP graduates can:
- identify, retrieve and evaluate relevant research based knowledge;
- argue analytically, reflectively, and critically at a high academic level;
- pose and develop relevant questions for analysis
- utilize the skills introduced on the program so as to identify problems and subject them to methodologically rigorous analyses, communicate research results clearly and precisely and collaborate with others so as to develop solutions for private and public enterprises and organizations.
SPECIFIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
The MSc in International Business and Politics is the natural progression for the BSc in International Business and Politics from CBS and the BSc in Business Administration and Sociology from CBS.
Applicants who do not have one of the above mentioned bachelor degrees can also be qualified for the programme if the academic areas listed below are covered. Your educational background will be subject to an overall individual assessment in order to establish if the following specific entry requirements are met:
|7.5 ECTS-points in Micro Economics and/or Macro Economics|
|15 ECTS-points in Business Administration (e.g. finance, accounting, marketing, organisation, management, innovation, entrepreneurship, or the like)|
|15 ECTS-points Social Science Methodology (e.g. philosophy of science, research design, applied methods, qualitative methods or quantitative methods, or the like)|
|22.5 ECTS-points in Politics (e.g. political science, political theory, international politics, international political economy, international relations, or the like)|
NB! From the 2020 admission round onwards, the specific entry requirements of the MSc in International Business and Politics will undergo significant changes. Specific information relevant to the 2020 admission round will be available by December 1 2019.
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