Part time Master's Degree in Business Studies in Sweden

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Business Studies

A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

Business studies is an academic program that is designed for students wanting to learn more about how businesses are run. Courses may include more general topics or more specific ones to help prepare students for a particular career.

Sweden, officially the Kingdom of Sweden, is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe. Sweden borders Norway and Finland, and is connected to Denmark by a bridge-tunnel across the Øresund. Sweden is a developed post-industrial society with an advanced welfare state. The standard of living and life expectancy rank among the highest in the world.

Part time Masters in Business Studies in Sweden

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Master's Programme in Open eGovernment

Stockholm University, Department of Computer and System Sciences (DSV)
Online Part time September 2017 Sweden Stockholm

Master's programme in Open eGovernment provides you with planning, management and technical skills necessary for leading and transforming public organisations to be open, inclusive, innovative, flexible and effective using Information and Communication Technology (ICT). [+]

Part time Masters Degrees in Business Studies in Sweden. Master's programme in Open eGovernment provides you with planning, management and technical skills necessary for leading and transforming public organisations to be open, inclusive, innovative, flexible and effective using Information and Communication Technology (ICT). The programme is given as a set of distance courses and can be studied in accordance with your preferred timetable. Thereby, the programme can be studied wherever you are located in the world, and can easily be adapted to your studying and working situation. The program also contains non-mandatory workshops, one each semester, at the campus in Kista, just outside Stockholm. During these workshops, students can meet other students, teachers and experts in the area of e-Government, and visit eGovlab, a center for excellence in e-governance at Stockholm University. The programme provides in-depth knowledge, including theories and practices, in areas such as e-service design and innovation, e-democracy, e-governance, requirement engineering, business process management and improvement, security and privacy in e-Government, ICT architecture, ICT system integration as well as project and change management. The programme also has a specific focus on business intelligence, decision support systems, and open and big data management for e-Government. The master programme promotes a new role needed in public organisations, an e-Government architect, a role that has the knowledge and skills necessary to drive ICT enabled changes in the public sector. An e-Government architect combines knowledge about democratic processes, citizen service and public administration with skills in designing effective ICT systems and e-services for e-Government. The master programme is inspired by the Swedish democratic model as well as models in the area of e-Government developed in Europe and the rest of the world. Career Graduates will find positions as enterprise and IT architects, project managers and change agents in public organisations as well as private and non-governmental organisations working within the area of e-Government. Graduates may also enter Ph.D. programmes for a research career. Programme outline The Master's Programme in Open e-Government is comprised of business and technology courses, all given as distance courses. Our programme curriculum is designed to propel you along a successful career path in the area of e-Government. More information about the programme Credits: 120 Language: English Study form: Distance Duration: 2 years Begins: Autumn Read more about this programme on our website here! http://dsv.su.se/en/education/courses-and-programmes/masters/eGovMaster More info at: www.dsv.su.se/en/ Qualification requirement A Bachelor degree or a degree equal to 180 ECTS Language proficiency Swedish upper secondary school course English B or: IELTS (International English Language Testing Service)- Academic Module: Overall minimum score of 6.5 (with no section below 5.5). TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Paper Based: Overall minimum score of 575 (with minimum score 4.5 in the written test) Internet based : Overall minimum score of 90 (with minimum score 20 in the written test) University of Cambridge and Oxford: Certificate in Advanced English or Diploma of English Studies Selection The selection of students is based on grades of academic courses. This means that you don’t have to submit recommendation letters or motivation letter when applying to this specific programme. Application Application is done online at: www.universityadmissions.se The application deadline for all applicants is January 15th. [-]

One-year Master’s Programme in Decision Support and Risk Analysis

Stockholm University, Department of Computer and System Sciences (DSV)
Online Part time September 2017 Sweden Stockholm

In this programme you will learn how to employ decision support systems including an advanced one developed by researchers at DSV in structuring decision problems and risk analyses. Hence, you will have the qualifications needed to evaluate the usefulness of a variety of decision support systems. You will also have gained some insight into how to structure decision problems and risk analyses. [+]

Decision problems pop up almost everywhere, and a proper handling of them is fundamental for a well-functioning society. It is, therefore, somewhat paradoxical that even complicated decisions still to a large extent are based on intuition and not supported by adequate tools. A possible reason for this is that the latter are based on algorithms that in most cases can only be executed on computers. In this programme, which consists of courses given at a distance and in accordance with your preferred timetable, you will learn how to employ decision support systems including an advanced one developed by researchers at DSV in structuring decision problems and risk analyses. Hence, you will have the qualifications needed to evaluate the usefulness of a variety of decision support systems after having completed the programme. You will then also have gained some insight into how to structure decision problems and risk analyses. Career Graduates may pursue careers in a variety of organizations, including large and mid-size corporations, public sector agencies and non-governmental organizations. Programme outline The programme is comprised of courses in Decision Theory, Risk Management, Decision Support Methods and Business Intelligence. The main focus is on applicability. More information about the programme Credits: 60 Language: English Study form: Distance Duration: 1 year Begins: Autumn Read more about this programme on our website here! http://dsv.su.se/en/education/courses-and-programmes/masters/oneyeardecisionmaster More info at: www.dsv.su.se/en/ Qualification requirement A Bachelor degree or a degree equal to 180 ECTS Language proficiency Swedish upper secondary school course English B or: IELTS (International English Language Testing Service)- Academic Module: Overall minimum score of 6.5 (with no section below 5.5). TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Paper Based: Overall minimum score of 575 (with minimum score 4.5 in the written test) Internet based : Overall minimum score of 90 (with minimum score 20 in the written test) University of Cambridge and Oxford: Certificate in Advanced English or Diploma of English Studies Selection The selection of students is based on grades of academic courses. This means that you don’t have to submit recommendation letters or motivation letter when applying to this specific programme. Application Application is done online at: www.universityadmissions.se Note! Application deadline for all applicants is January 15th. [-]

Master’s Programme in Decision Support and Risk Analysis

Stockholm University, Department of Computer and System Sciences (DSV)
Online Part time September 2017 Sweden Stockholm

In this programme you will acquire a solid knowledge of the theoretical underpinnings of various decision support systems including an advanced one developed by researchers at DSV. Hence you will have the qualifications needed to give well-founded advice to decision makers in almost any domain after having completed the programme. [+]

Part time Masters Degrees in Business Studies in Sweden. Decision problems pop up almost everywhere, and a proper handling of them is fundamental for a well-functioning society. It is, therefore, somewhat paradoxical that even complicated decisions still to a large extent are based on intuition and not supported by adequate tools. A possible reason for this is that the latter are based on algorithms that in most cases can only be executed on computers. In this programme, which consists of courses given at a distance and in accordance with your preferred timetable, you will learn how to structure decision problems and risk analyses. Moreover, you will acquire a solid knowledge of the theoretical underpinnings of various decision support systems including an advanced one developed by researchers at DSV. Hence you will have the qualifications needed to give well-founded advice to decision makers in almost any domain after having completed the programme. Career Graduates may pursue careers in a variety of organizations, including large and mid-size corporations, public sector agencies and non-governmental organizations. Graduates may also enter Ph.D. programmes for a research career. Programme outline The programme is comprised of courses in Decision Theory, Risk Management, Decision Support Methods, Business Intelligence and Risk and Decision Analysis. The main focus is on the applicability. More information about the programme Credits: 120 Language: English Study form: Distance Duration: 2 years Begins: Autumn Read more about this programme on our website here! http://dsv.su.se/en/education/courses-and-programmes/masters/decisionmaster More info at: www.dsv.su.se/en/ Qualification requirement A Bachelor degree or a degree equal to 180 ECTS Language proficiency Swedish upper secondary school course English B or: IELTS (International English Language Testing Service)- Academic Module: Overall minimum score of 6.5 (with no section below 5.5). TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Paper Based: Overall minimum score of 575 (with minimum score 4.5 in the written test) Internet based : Overall minimum score of 90 (with minimum score 20 in the written test) University of Cambridge and Oxford: Certificate in Advanced English or Diploma of English Studies Selection The selection of students is based on grades of academic courses. This means that you don’t have to submit recommendation letters or motivation letter when applying to this specific programme. Application Application is done online at: www.universityadmissions.se Note! Application deadline for all applicants is January 15th. [-]

Master in Economics of Innovation and Growth

KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Campus Part time September 2017 Sweden Stockholm

Master in Economics of Innovation and Growth Innovation and entrepreneurship are prime factors behind value creation, economic prosperity and employment growth. These initiatives can take place on several levels – enterprise, regional and national – and lead to new businesses as well as increased [+]

Master in Economics of Innovation and GrowthInnovation and entrepreneurship are prime factors behind value creation, economic prosperity and employment growth. These initiatives can take place on several levels – enterprise, regional and national – and lead to new businesses as well as increased competitiveness for those already established. The growing awareness of the importance of innovation among knowledge-based firms, financial markets and policymakers has created a demand for a programme which integrates aspects of technology, economy, financing and other related areas.Programme outlineThe programme is focused on the economic aspects of the innovation process, i.e. the process of commercialising inventions. Innovations are created by trying to solve production problems and learning from experience, finding new and better ways of doing things, profiting from new markets, or sometimes just to satisfy curiosity. The intensity and direction of these activities are conditioned by laws, institutions, customs and regulations that affect their incentive and ability to appropriate rents from newly created technologies.The Master programme aims to provide students with the analytical tools derived from modern economic theories. These include specialisation, diversification and dissemination of ideas and knowledge; innovation activities, international competition, trade and growth. Another objective is to make the students in the programme familiar with applied techniques for analysing, measuring and predicting specialisation, trade flows and price patterns in the context of a global economy, with dynamic competitive advantages and increasing returns.The student will acquire comprehensive training in understanding and solving complex problems in modern economics, and in producing solid foundations for policy decisions by knowledge-based firms, financial markets and policymakers.Degree projectThe degree project is compulsory in order to obtain a Master degree, and the student must complete the required courses with their related credits in order to participate in the final thesis. Students who have successfully completed the programme and project, will then be awarded a "Degree of Master of Science " with a specialisation in Economics of Innovation and Growth. Career prospectsThe programme allows for a broad spectrum of career opportunities within the private and public sector. Previous students can be found in banking, large multinational corporations, governmental agencies, consultancy companies, academia and entrepreneurial ventures.... [-]


Master's Programme in Mathematical Sciences

University of Gothenburg, Faculty of Science
Campus Part time September 2017 Sweden Gothenburg

The programme has the following specializations: Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Financial Mathematics, and Mathematical Statistics. [+]

Part time Masters Degrees in Business Studies in Sweden. The use of mathematical and statistical models and methods have facilitated tremendous advances in knowledge during the last few centuries. Still, it may be today that the growth in ways of applying mathematical sciences is at its greatest, as ever-increasing data-collection and computing possibilities make new application ideas feasible. Examples of this include finding disease-related genes, cryptography for the internet, and risk computations for new financial instruments. At the same time, the strong tradition of pure research in mathematics is continuing, where the research goal is simply to follow the human need to explore, and to understand the logical consequences of axioms. The interplay between these two sides of our field make this a very exciting time to study mathematics. The Department of Mathematical Sciences has strong traditions in both pure and applied research. The fact that we are a joint department, part of both Chalmers Technical University and University of Gothenburg, gives us a size and contact surface that make many cooperations and specializations possible. We have research groups in algebraic geometry and number theory, biomathematics, complex analysis, computational mathematics, discrete mathematics, harmonic analysis and partial differential equations, kinetic theory, optimization, probability theory, wavelets, bioinformatics and statistical genetics, biostatistics, spatio-temporal stochastic models with environmental and marine applications, population dynamics, particle systems and statistical physics, extreme value theory, telecommunications, material fatigue and reability, environmental statistics, spatial statistics and image analysis, markov theory and algorithmic applications, and mathematical finance. As well as qualifying for graduate studies in mathematics and mathematical statistics, the Master's Programme can provide you with a background desirable to many employers, such as medical, industrial, consulting, insurance, or financial businesses, or public employers. The programme has the following specializations: Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Financial Mathematics, and Mathematical Statistics. A number of advanced courses are available for each specialization. It is possible to complement your background with courses on a more basic level, or to follow research-level courses. The specialization towards financial mathematics is a cooperation with the school of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg. The programme contains a masters thesis project of 30 higher educational credits, which may be done in cooperation with an external institution. [-]