Not all managers are leaders-yet the most effective managers eventually become leaders. A great leader can drive not only a business but an entire industry. With a Master
M.A. Management and Leadership
Not all managers are leaders-yet the most effective managers eventually become leaders. A great leader can drive not only a business but an entire industry. With a Master’s in Management and Leadership from Webster University, you’ll be prepared to do just that. Webster’s graduate degree is designed to help you develop and refine the skills you need to be a more strategic manager and leader.
Our program will equip you with the understanding of global business practices and motivational skills needed to not just manage people but to rally them behind you. Our cutting edge curriculum will help to amplify your abilities for developing solutions to complex problems and situations. You will understand how to analyze industry trends and their impact on your organization as well as anticipate, plan, and execute organizational change....
The program of Master of Arts in International Relations allows the student to acquire knowledge and skills in the most relevant matters related to international diplomac
Master of Arts in International Relations
The program of Master of Arts in International Relations allows the student to acquire knowledge and skills in the most relevant matters related to international diplomacy, politics, and economics in order to communicate and cooperate in the most efficient manner with international interlocutors let it be in governmental and non-governmental organizations but also in business as the case may be.
The Master of Arts in International Relations suits those students who seek to pursue a career with an international focus, specifically in diplomacy and foreign policy, although fundamentals of international relations in global business will also be covered in terms international leadership and management, business and project management as well as cross-cultural communication and negotiating skills. In addition, a full course is devoted to EDRS (Ethics, Diversity, Responsibility, Sustainability). So fatter completion of the programme, students will be able to join international organizations, become part of diplomatic services and/or work in the private sector....
The Master of Arts in Digital Media and Communication (MA-DM) is designed for students interested in pursuing careers in communications. The MA-DM provides a comprehensiv
KEY BENEFITS OF THE MASTER OF ARTS IN DIGITAL MEDIA
An overview of the dominant theories of media and communications;
Practical skills in managing communications in organizations and companies;
Insight into the latest developments in media tools and related-business areas;
Exposure to how global organizations communicate strategically and evaluate their initiatives;
Switzerland is a dynamic and multicultural learning environment.
The Master of Arts in Digital Media (MA-DM) is designed for students interested in pursuing careers in communications. The MA-DM provides a comprehensive introduction to today’s issues and challenges in media and communications: what is the role of the communications manager? How is new media re-shaping the media landscape? How can organizations and individuals communicate effectively in a global and multicultural environment?...
Academy of Art and Design FHNW, Visual Communication Institute
The combination of iconic practice, iconic theory, and iconic research forms the profile of the MA in Visual Communication and Iconic Research.
The Visual Communication Institute HGK FHNW, in Basel offers internationally accredited curricula on the Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. level reflecting the rich tradition of the Basel School of Design in particular and Swiss Graphic Design in general.
The City of Basel, located in the tri-national Rhine river valley, is a unique cultural environment with easy access to France and Germany.
While our Bachelor course focuses on the students’ ability to conduct a creative process, our Master programs strive to extend the students’ individual design vocabulary and to reach a higher level of reflection through the students’ ability to include knowledge and methodologies of scientific disciplines into the creative process. We offer a Master of Arts in Visual Communication and Iconic Research and an International Master of Design, which we conduct in collaboration with the University of Illinois at Chicago....
The Master in Italian language, literature and culture is offered by the Institute for Italian Studies (ISI) of the Università della Svizzera italiana, USI in Lugano. The
The study programme of the Master covers three main subject areas: Italian language / Italian and comparative literature / Arts, history and culture, within a holistic framework encouraging the encounter of expertise from different academic fields. Italian literature, the central subject of the Master, is taught with constant reference to the culture in which it has been produced and studied.
The teaching staff includes internationally renowned scholars with outstanding research records in the various fields. Learning benefits from the linguistic and cultural situation in Ticino, an Italian speaking environment open to multilingualism, and from the excellent study conditions at Università Della Svizzera Italiana....
Moscow State Institute Of International Relations, MGIMO
The two-year Master's Degree Programme in International Affairs. M.A. programme at MGIMO University is designed to provide both Russian and international students with ne
The two-year Master's Degree Programme in International Affairs. M.A. programme at MGIMO University is designed to provide both Russian and international students with necessary skills required for employment in international organizations. The curriculum best serves those students who are willing to become directly involved in politics, government or political organizations. Courses are designed to help graduates embrace their role as global citizens who are able and willing to be part of an international, multicultural environment.
The Governance and Global Affairs M.A. programme may be especially useful for applicants interested in Russian domestic politics, state and legal systems, economics and international relations. At least some command of Russian is recommended but not required. Students from countries other than Russia will attend courses in the Russian language – 10 academic hours per week. The Programme provides extensive teaching of doing business in Russia, various aspects of Russian political culture, key political processes and conflicts....
MA - Master of Arts in Communication Studies (60 credits)
Our graduate programs, each with different program requirements, are based on and are fully compatible with the established European and American educational systems. The European guidelines for higher education are outlined in the Bologna agreements. Once a minimum number of credits has been earned, a request for graduation can be submitted. Not all programs are offered at all campuses. Refer to the program schedule for further details.
Graduate courses are divided into core courses and specialization courses. Electives can be chosen from any of the scheduled courses offered at the graduate level. Specialization courses are scheduled based on enrollments and may not be available at all campuses. Specialization courses scheduled are available to all students also as electives. Refer to the program schedule for further details. Refer to the course overview for the list of available courses. Students are recommended to complete courses and earn credits at the highest level possible....
Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations
The MIR at the Geneva School of Diplomacy & International Relations (GSD) offers you a rigorous multidisciplinary curriculum, which combines the study of Internationa
MA in International Relations (MIR)
Professionally-Oriented and Relevant for Future Practitioners
The MIR at the Geneva School of Diplomacy & International Relations (GSD) offers you a rigorous multidisciplinary curriculum, which combines the study of International Relations and Diplomacy, International Law, and Political Economy.
The MIR programme provides students with a unique opportunity to combine academic coursework with a professionally geared internship within Geneva's diplomatic community. This is an ideal way for students to gain practical experience and apply theoretical knowledge to real-world issues. The courses embrace various disciplinary traditions as the curriculum is taught by faculty with varied backgrounds, including diplomacy, political science, law, and history. Entry requirementsApplicants must hold a Bachelor degree. Whilst we accept applications from all varieties of undergraduate majors, a prior degree in international relations, history, social sciences, etc. would be an ideal preparation to commence your MIR studies at GSD.As the language of instruction is English, you must submit proof of your language proficiency.Application procedureGraduation requirements...
Our academic calendar is based on a quarter system (1 quarter = 10 weeks). Because of the program's flexible structure and modular design, multiple starting dates are ava
Our academic calendar is based on a quarter system (1 quarter = 10 weeks). Because of the program's flexible structure and modular design, multiple starting dates are available at the start of every Quarter and of every Term, in October, November, January, February, April, May, July, and August. All campuses follow the same academic calendar.
Full-time students can earn a Master degree in 1 academic year of 9 months, for a total of 3 quarters of 20 credits each, or within 12 months when spreading the workload.
Part-time students can earn a Master degree in 2 to 3 academic years, depending on the number of courses attempted per quarter, the course selection and the course planning; earning half the typical number of courses equals twice the duration of the full-time program....
The professional communication of culture, art, architecture, and design is essential. Education, effective staging, and communication in the area of arts and design have
Studying at Zurich University of the Arts
With over 2.500 students, Zurich University of the Arts is one of the largest arts universities in Europe. We welcome students seeking to cross boundaries and bring different fields together because we are convinced that the productive exchange with other disciplines brings forth better, more versatile, and critically minded curators.
We have an excellent network worldwide — thanks to collaborations with over seventy universities in Switzerland and abroad, and with countless partners from the fields of science, culture, business, and industry. This manifold collaboration stands for the national and international relevance of our programs....
University of Neuchatel, Faculty of Economics and Business
Future journalists and media executives will have to understand, control and anticipate the very rapid developments in the sector. The program is fundamentally interdisci
Objectives Future journalists, regardless of their future level of responsibility, must understand, control and anticipate very rapid developments in the sector. The Academy of Journalism and Media (AJM) combines high-level theoretical and practical training in journalism with its master's degree in the study of the economic, technological and media context.
An unprecedented partnership with the media Unique in Switzerland, this university education is characterized by the integration of a professionalising dimension in an ambitious academic context. It is designed in partnership with the University of Geneva (8 courses common to journalism and media training) and the Journalism and Media Training Center (CFJM), which represents media companies in French-speaking Switzerland.
Through the periods of internship in company (mandatory and remunerated at least Fr. 250.- / week), editorial workshops and courses given by recognized professionals (www.unine.ch/ ajm / intervenants_1), students are regularly in contact with the world of information media....
University of Business and International Studies Geneva (UBIS)
The UBIS Master Program of Arts in International Relations has been designed to prepare students for a successful international career in public and private sectors, meet
Master of Arts in International Relations – Online
Want to obtain the knowledge and skills needed today by top International Relations (IR) professionals? Looking to attend an international university without the cost of relocation? Why not enroll in UBIS- the University of Business and International Studies, Online Master of Arts in International Relations (Online MA-IR)?
The objective is to have highly qualified international professionals by providing them with both broad vision and practical skills. While the traditional IR courses focus on history and theory, UBIS is aware that the people we train for our programs will be taking active part in such organizations and as such are also in need of certain business background in order to manage the offices and projects that are part of the daily life and routine of UN and other International workers. Therefore the UBIS IR programs at the graduate level focus on creating a well-rounded person ready to take on such duties at the end of the student's studies....
Center for Comparative and International Studies (CIS)
The MACIS is a research-oriented graduate program in political science, offered by the Center for Comparative and International Studies (CIS), one of the leading politica
The MACIS is a research-oriented graduate program in political science, offered by the Center for Comparative and International Studies (CIS), one of the leading political science research centers in Europe. The CIS is a joint institution of ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich. The 2013 Leiden Ranking placed ETH Zurich at the very top in the social sciences and humanities in Europe.
The MACIS is a 90-ECTS program and takes 3-4 semesters to complete. The curriculum concentrates on questions of democracy, political violence, political economy, and sustainable development. All courses are taught in English by a team of internationally renowned professors.
With small class sizes of no more than 15-20, MACIS students benefit from close student-faculty interaction and an intellectually stimulating environment. Admission is on a competitive basis....
The study programmes for the Master of Arts in Music (classical music, jazz music and folk music) are taught in German. Teachers may agree to teach in a foreign language,
Master of Arts (MA) in Music
The Lucerne School of Music has originated from masterclasses which were taught every summer by the prestigious soloists of the world-famous Lucerne Festival. Eminent musicians such as Carl Flesch, Wolfgang Schneiderhahn, Edwin Fischer and others have thus created a tradition and spirit of music teaching which is nowadays still present in the Lucerne School of Music.
The study programmes for the Master of Arts in Music (classical music, jazz music and folk music) are taught in German. Teachers may agree to teach in a foreign language, however; many of them, of course, speak English, French, Italian or other languages. Nevertheless, to follow the classes and to make contact with locals easier, you need a certain fluency in German (written and spoken). In English, the Lucerne School of Music offers to qualified students an interesting range of study programmes for Certificates of Advanced Studies as well as prestigious masterclasses. Every summer, the Lucerne School of Music offers a cooperation programme with the Lucerne Festival Academy....
The MA in Banking and Finance of the University of Zurich provides you with an advanced academic education in the field of Banking and Finance. The degree qualifies you t
The Master of Arts (MA) in Banking and Finance offers advanced economics training and enables students to undertake independent economic, project-oriented assignments. The degree qualifies students to occupy positions in economically-oriented careers and to enter further studies at Doctor level.
Structure of studies (CP = ECTS credit points): The four fields of study differ with reference to specific requirements. In Banking and Finance, 33 CP are acquired in compulsory fields together with a minimum of 27 CP in the fields of corporate finance, financial economics, quantitative finance and financial services. A minimum of 6 CP are acquired in each of the fields of political economics and business administration. Students also have the choice of focusing on individual subjects. Finally, the Master’s thesis accounts for a further 30 CP....