Master's Degree in Management Science in Asia

Best Master's Degrees in Management Science in Asia 2017

Management Science

In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.

Management science is a field that contributes solutions to management problems in many industries. It may require workers to identify and understand strategies of a certain company, and taking those qualities and incorporating them into a larger plan of action meant to solve managerial issues.

Students who complete a part of their degree in Asia are growing in numbers. Currently, the second and the third biggest economies are in Asia. Without limitation, students have described their time in Asia as the best experience of their lives. Today, three of the four most populated countries of the world are in Asia: China, India, and Indonesia.

Master's Degree in Management Science in Asia

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Master in Performing Arts Management - La Scala Master

MIP Politecnico di Milano School of Management
Campus Full time 18  January 2017 Italy Milan

The Master’s programme is designed to prepare global professionals who can bring a solid cultural and artistic background coupled with economic and managerial skills to the production of stage performances, with a particular focus on Europe, North America and emerging markets. [+]

Top Master Programs in Management Science in Asia 2017. In partnership with ACCADEMIA TEATRO ALLA SCALA and IL PICCOLO TEATRO DI MILANO Start date: January 2017 Duration: 18 months 
Format: Full Time Course fee: € 13,500 Teaching language: English and Italian
 Location: Milan Required qualification: a Bachelor's degree / or candidates without a formal degree who have a minimum of 3 to 5 years working experience The Master in Performing Arts Management (MPAM) is a 18th months program designed for students who who wish to pursue a managerial career within the entertainment industry. The program is designed in partnership with ACCADEMIA TEATRO ALLA SCALA and TEATRO PICCOLO DI MILANO. The aims of the programme are to develop a sense of entrepreneurship, the ability to expand the network in the artistic-cultural sector, acquire the know-how to work in the entertainment industry to be able to understand functions, applications and developments, in order to prepare the students for a career in any area of the business, from production to marketing and distribution. The Master’s programme is designed to prepare global professionals who can bring a solid cultural and artistic background coupled with economic and managerial skills to the production of stage performances, with a particular focus on Europe, North America and emerging markets. Centering the development of each individual student, the curriculum features an organically structured set of complementary and interdependent modules and activities. The introductory coursework, addressing cultural policies, outreach and education, defines the objectives and goals of theatre managers. The course plan continues by providing methods and instruments – auditing, marketing, communication and PR, fundraising, project management, legislative framework – to allow professionals to produce projects that are in line with a given contemporary economic and social context. The course is completed with an internship at an internationally acclaimed performance institute. The Five Key Words OSMOSIS: "economy" and "culture" are two perfectly complementary materials, when it comes to performing arts. The main objective of the Master is to forge professionals with strong skills in both areas. UNIQUENESS: the Academy has developed a teaching method of the highest level. Students are offered the only opportunity to live to 360 ° the dynamics of the Teatro alla Scala, learning directly from the professionals who work there. GLOBAL NETWORK: collaboration between the Academy, MIP Politecnico di Milano Graduate School of Business and the Piccolo Teatro di Milano puts students in an international network of contacts with theaters, festivals and show institutions. The Master also allows you to analyze all aspects of the show live through testimonials, seminars, meetings and many other dynamics. The teaching staff includes professionals from Opera Europa, Metropolitan Opera House, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, English National Opera, Opera de Rennes, Berliner Philharmoniker, Hong Kong Arts Festival, DeVos Institute and WolfBrown. LEARNING BY DOING: the teaching approach helps to have a direct contact with the world of work. The pride of the Master is the internship, which takes place at the most important Italian and foreign institutions operating in the sector. TUTORING: the staff of Master ensures a constant support to the students, especially in view of the comparison with the way of work. Programme Modules Cultural policies, educational activities and outreach Theaters and festivals as models Economic sustainability and management accounting Human resources and organization Marketing for the show Field project (Piccolo Teatro) Fundraising for the live show Communication Negotiation Management and innovation for the show Emerging markets analysis Arts and crafts of the show Bibliographic tools for musical projects (workshop) Management and security of supply Programme Goals To acquire a global vision of the international cultural sector, with a special focus on European, North American and emerging markets; To recognize the relevance of public cultural policies at the local and international level and the social impact of the performing arts; To understand the economics, regulation and organization of the performing arts industry; To study the impact of new technologies on the performing arts; To learn how to use marketing, project management and fundraising tools; To live the uniqueness of Italian cultural traditions and the extraordinary experience of the city of Milan; To learn by doing with field projects and internships at acclaimed Italian and international institutions. Admissions Participants Candidates with a B.A. or equivalent who wish to pursue a career in the performing arts or cultural sector; Candidates with formal music, arts, or dance education who wish to acquire general knowledge of international cultural policies and develop their management and organizational skills; Candidates without a formal degree who have a minimum of 3 to 5 years working experience in any field and wish to pursue a career change. General knowledge of the nonprofit sector would be advantageous. How to Apply Enrolment in the Master’s in Performing Arts Management takes place once a year with courses beginning every January. Application deadlines Candidates must submit their applications by the deadlines indicated below to be admitted to the course beginning the following January. EU citizens: November 30 Non-EU citizens: October 30 Please fill out the application form and send the following documentation to your school contact: CV Copy of passport or European ID University transcript or equivalent English certificate (if available) Proof of payment of the admission fee (€80) Once your admission form has been validated, one of the program directors will interview you via Skype. Applicants who are able to come to Milan may be interviewed in person at Accademia Teatro alla Scala. Financial Aid Gianluca Spina Association offers a scholarship worth EUR 13,000 (gross) is offered to one 2017/18 MPAM candidate. The scholarship is named after Gianluca Spina who was the Dean of MIP Graduate School of Business and Full Professor in Business Management and Supply Chain Management at the Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering of Politecnico di Milano. Candidates are chosen by a selection Committee representing both the Program Direction and the Association. For more information about the master’s program, scholarships and other means for financing your studies please contact: Gaia Uccheddu: uccheddu@mip.polimi.it [-]

Master of Global Management

Antwerp Management School
Campus Full time 12  August 2017 Belgium Antwerp

Due to ever increasing globalization, managers need to have an international orientation. Participants from all over the world come together in the Master of Global Management to prepare for a successful international business career. [+]

Master of Global Management Due to ever increasing globalization, managers need to have an international orientation. Participants from all over the world come together in the Master of Global Management to prepare for a successful international business career. Why follow this program at Antwerp Management School? In this master program you will be provided with all knowledge, social skills and the right business attitude that is necessary to successfully start an international business career in a wide range of sectors and functions. We promote responsibility, professionalism and creative leadership in a student-friendly environment. This way we educate our student to become young professionals to prepare them for important responsibilities in the global business community. Through the cultural diversity of the student body and international teaching staff, student will learn to cope with the complexities of international business communication. Working together on company projects and case studies will make student aware of their own and their team’s strengths in an international context. FT Ranking Belgium: 1 FT Ranking Worldwide: 34 Read the press release: FT Ranking - Master of Global Management Eduniversal Master Ranking 2014-2015: TOP 200 - Regional ranking within the 9 geographical zones Ranked N°35 in International Management, Western Europe What can you expect? Content level: building expertise After attending this program You will have gained in-depth knowledge of all management functions. You will possess strong business skills including entrepreneurship, team motivation, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship and the promotion of creativity. You will have developed problem solving and communication skills, social skills and the capacity for teamwork and leadership. You will be able to apply acquired knowledge and skill required for understanding the global strategic challenges of organizations and how to act accordingly. You will know your personal strengths and areas of improvement. You will have gained a better understanding and appreciation on cultural differences and how they impact business. You will have developed an ethical and professional business attitude. You know how business works within society and are capable of taking an active role in the development of society in general. Dublin Descriptors and Learning outcomes Master of Global Management Dates Starts: 28th of August, 2017 Ends: 31st of August, 2018 Fees € 11950 (VAT exempted) Includes: all student facilities at Antwerp Management School and the costs of excursions. Excludes: books and documentation. Location Antwerp Management School Sint-Jacobsmarkt 9-13 BE-2000 Antwerp Belgium Requirements Applicants should have a degree representing four years of a full-time university-level study, which resulted in a master’s degree of equivalent bachelor’s degree (full-time, 4-year curriculum, excluding preparatory years or orientation). It is possible to apply before completing your studies, in which case the selection procedure will take place assuming you graduate from your present studies before the start of the program. It is required to be fluent in English, both written and spoken. Degree/certification The master degree “Master of Global Management”, is officially acknowledged by the Flemish Community and will be handed out upon successfully completing the finals. The program is AACSB, NVAO and Eduniversal accredited. FT Ranking Belgium: 1 FT Ranking Worldwide: 34 Read the press release: FT Ranking - Master of Global Management [-]

Master of Human Resources Development

Universitas Airlangga
Campus Full time July 2017 Indonesia Surabaya

This study program aims to answer the challenge of the increasing roles of human resources in the current competitive era. Therefore, the development of human resources for improving the performance of both private and public organisations is crucial. [+]

Top Master Programs in Management Science in Asia 2017. Objective : This study program aims to answer the challenge of the increasing roles of human resources in the current competitive era. Therefore, the development of human resources for improving the performance of both private and public organisations is crucial. Course Description : The program consists of 39 credit, which divides into three semesters. The students must able to design one final research at the end of the program. Furthermore, the program has selected range of courses, including of which, Philosophy of social science, Management of Human Resources Development, Personality development, Theory of Human Resources , Competency development, Training system, Research proposal, Research thesis. The program itself, in addition offers three specific areas, namely: Government area, Industries and business area and Family and society. Outcome :his study program will produce graduates who are able to apply the principles of human resources development both  in the organisation and the community. The graduate will also be able to analyse the individual aspects, organisational and community for improving the performance. Moreover, They will be able to develop models of human resources application. [-]

Master of Urban Management

CEPT University
Campus Full time July 2017 India Ahmedabad

Habitat Managers play an important role in understanding and managing the complexities of our towns and cities. Indian cities are growing at a very rapid pace and as cities grow in terms of population and expand in size, they need constant attention to maintain the existing structures and manage the future expansion. Habitat Management is an upcoming field requiring specialized knowledge of urban management practices and core management principles. Habitat Managers focus on understanding how towns and cities function and they strive to improve the technological, operational and financial sustainability of cities with the aim of improving liveability. [+]

Master of Urban Management Faculty of Management – CEPT University Habitat Managers play an important role in understanding and managing the complexities of our towns and cities. Indian cities are growing at a very rapid pace and as cities grow in terms of population and expand in size, they need constant attention to maintain the existing structures and manage the future expansion. Habitat Management is an upcoming field requiring specialized knowledge of urban management practices and core management principles. Habitat Managers focus on understanding how towns and cities function and they strive to improve the technological, operational and financial sustainability of cities with the aim of improving liveability. The two-year Master’s Program in Habitat Management leads to the award of the Master of Habitat Management (MHM) degree. The program launched in 2013 aspires to bring about notable changes in urban India by creating a pool of high quality professionals dedicated to management of human habitats. The program helps students develop skills to address complex problems like enhancing long term efficiency of urban services, improving day-to-day functioning of cities and finding ways to improve financing of urban systems. The program focuses on inter-disciplinary training while developing skills of effective management. Teachers are drawn from practicing professionals who bring practical experience to the classroom and academics that complement the teaching with theoretical and critical approaches. This program opens up new avenues for young professionals to upgrade their capacities and credentials, and seek employment with local governments, international development agencies, management companies, infrastructure development and project management companies, real estate and asset management consultancies. It also provides an opportunity for wider exposure to architecture, planning, construction, design and management of human habitats. Curriculum During the first ‘foundation’ semester, students undertake courses, which help them, learn about the urban context and develop proficiency in communication, accounting, management principles and basic problem solving for urban utilities-identification of issues and finding solutions. The teaching programs at CEPT University focus on building professional capacities and therefore there is significant emphasis on ‘studios’. During the next two semesters, core of their focus is on studio exercises for preparing management plans for an urban neighbourhood and large urban area. Students also undertake other coursework in organizational behaviour, urban finance, ethics and government, e-governance, business skills, urban infrastructure, social utilities, entrepreneurship development, marketing & branding, contract management, project management, negotiation & conflict management, smart cities, etc. During the fourth semester students are required to complete a capstone project – an individually selected guided design or research project. To enable students to pursue their individual interests only three quarters of the total academic workload is mandated. Students choose courses from the many available electives to complete the rest. Twice, during breaks between semesters, students are required to sign up for study tours or courses organized as part of the Summer School and Winter School programs. Admission and Prerequisites Admission to the program is based on academic history during undergraduate studies, written test, group discussion and in-person / teleconference interview. The applications will be scrutinized in a two stage evaluation process. Minimum Qualification to apply for this program includes a recognized Bachelor’s degree from any stream with a minimum of 55% aggregate marks for general category candidates and 50% aggregate marks for reserved categories candidates. Professional work experience is desirable. International Entry Requirements CEPT’s guiding principal for International Admissions is to seek equivalence between International standards achieved and those of Indian home students. There are differences between Europe, America and India in degree length, academic standards and award structure. CEPT will therefore consider each International application on its merits seeking international equivalence and bearing in mind any professional requirements that these Programs have. [-]

Master of Management Studies

Duke Kunshan University
Campus Full time 10  July 2017 China Kunshan

The Master of Management Studies: Duke Kunshan University program offers students the best of two worlds. The core curriculum is delivered in English by The Fuqua School of Business’s top-ranked faculty at both Duke University in Durham, NC, and at Duke Kunshan University in Kunshan, China. In both locations, you’ll enjoy world-class educational facilities and rigorous, engaging business education. [+]

Top Master Programs in Management Science in Asia 2017. The Master of Management Studies: Duke Kunshan University program offers students the best of two worlds. The core curriculum is delivered in English by The Fuqua School of Business’s top-ranked faculty at both Duke University in Durham, NC, and at Duke Kunshan University in Kunshan, China. In both locations, you’ll enjoy world-class educational facilities and rigorous, engaging business education. Pursue a Hands-On Business Education with the MMS: Duke Kunshan Program Duke Kunshan University is pioneering a new model of education, training students to rethink the boundaries of global business through active experiential learning for a business education like no other. From our team-based structure, which mimics a collaborative corporate environment, to our instructional design and advanced curriculum, we teach you how to not only thrive in, but also help reinvent, the business world. Both inside and outside of the classroom, the MMS: Duke Kunshan program challenges students to become active thinkers, learners, teammates and leaders. Create the business career you want using the valuable resources a Duke Kunshan University business education has to offer. MMS: Duke Kunshan Academic Courses & Curriculum The business world is booming, and you have 10 months to prepare. Beginning in July each year and running through mid-May, the Master of Management Studies: Duke Kunshan University program is organized into multiple 6- and 2-week terms, with a total of 15 courses. All courses are conducted in English, and Mandarin proficiency is not needed to attend the MMS: Duke Kunshan program. The streamlined MMS: Duke Kunshan curriculum and course structure is designed to immerse you in business as quickly as possible, without sacrificing substance and quality. MMS: Duke Kunshan classes give you the tools, framework and vocabulary you need to enter the world of business with a solid foundation. Our extensive curriculum features quantitatively rigorous courses, as well as thought-provoking classes that challenge you to apply course material to real-world business. This combination of courses challenges students to apply their previous knowledge and strong business education background in order to analytically, creatively and intelligently find solutions to complex problems. Below are descriptions of the courses you will take throughout the MMS: Duke Kunshan program. Please note that the actual course sequence is subject to change from one academic year to the next. Introduction to Financial Accounting Business Communication I Quantitative Business Analysis Fundamentals of Business Economics Introduction to Marketing Analysis Foundations of Capital Markets Principles of Strategy Foundations of Corporate Finance Fundamentals of Market Intelligence Principles of Cost & Managerial Accounting Spreadsheet Modeling & Decision Analysis Foundations of Management & Organizations Fundamentals of Financial Analysis Introduction to Operations & Supply Chain Management Business Communications II Career Exploration Trips & Corporate Visits On career exploration trips, you’ll have the opportunity to visit companies in China to meet with executives and Duke University alumni, and learn about potential employment opportunities. Corporate visits involve on-site meetings with executives, discussing everything from entry-level employment opportunities to in-depth processes and challenges of specific industries and companies. Shanghai is conveniently accessible from Kunshan by high-speed train, so you'll have frequent opportunities to visit this city that is a popular destination for corporate headquarters of multinational companies. MMS: Duke Kunshan Program Admissions Criteria In order to apply for the MMS: Duke Kunshan program, at a minimum, you must have earned or expect to earn a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university by the time the program starts. Students from any academic background can apply. A typical MMS student has less than 2 years’ work experience. If you already have an MBA or equivalent, you are not eligible for the MMS: Duke Kunshan program. If you have more than 2 years of full-time, post-graduate work experience, please contact the admissions office to talk about how your unique situation fits our admissions criteria. All applications are evaluated holistically based on multiple criteria. Outlined below are the ways in which we evaluate the components of applications to determine if students fit our selection criteria. Academic Aptitude & Quantitative Proficiency The MMS: Duke Kunshan academic environment is rigorous, fast-paced and requires strong quantitative and analytical skills. We utilize standardized test scores, transcripts and any applicable work experience to ensure that our admitted students will be successful in the program. The Admissions Committee pays particular attention to the quantitative segment of your test score to ensure that you can handle the rigor of the program. There are no prerequisite courses for the program, but if you do not have a strong quantitative background, we recommend that you take courses such as statistics, calculus or finance. This will provide another measure of your quantitative ability. Professional Experience & Career Potential Our admissions criteria does not indicate a required minimum work experience; however, you should have no more than two years of full-time, post-graduate work experience. We evaluate paid and unpaid work engagements — including volunteer positions, part-time work, student clubs and activities, and internships — to provide insight into your initiative, experience working in a team environment, and other skills that would translate well into potential career paths after the MMS: Duke Kunshan program. Reflect on your experiences and ensure that they are well-represented in your application. How have they helped you mature and develop leadership and teamwork skills? How will they enable you to be an active contributor to the learning environment? How will you leverage your experiences to achieve your career goals? English Proficiency Applicants for whom English is a second language are encouraged to submit a score from an English proficiency test (TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE), but these scores are not required to complete your application. Visit the International Applicants page for further information. [-]

Master in International Public Management

Sciences Po
Campus Full time September 2017 France Paris

Market dynamics, economic globalization, financing development, environment, corruption, financial crime, regional Integration, cultural diversity and trade, education… These key global policy Issues of the day - to name a few - are protean and at the intersection of local... [+]

Master in International Public Management General objectives Market dynamics, economic globalization, financing development, environment, corruption, financial crime, regional Integration, cultural diversity and trade, education… These key global policy Issues of the day - to name a few - are protean and at the intersection of local, national, international and global interests. This inherent complexity is amplified by the ever growing number of actors involved in decision-making process. The Master in International Public Management is intended for students who are interested in careers in international public service that rely on advisory and advocacy skills in order to facilitate and coordinate the formulation of global policy. It aims more generally at training policy makers with the capacity to operate in a variety of cultural contexts in addressing issues of international range. The program provides students with a variety of tools for policy analysis essential to becoming key players in the decision-making process at the international and global level. Although it is possible to undertake the Management public international / International Public Management Master program without it, important prior work experience in the field or a specialised undergraduate course of study (law, business, engineering …) is an asset for placement for graduates of the programme. Security, migration, health and so many other fields of our globalized world need first-class and highly trained managers with an intrinsic spirit of leadership. The PSIA program in International Public Management strives to prepare global public managers to fulfil that role across continents. Ghassan Salamé, Dean of PSIA International Public Management Graduate Class of '13 Anjuli Pandit reflects on her time at PSIA, and how it prepared her for great professional challenges. Scientific Advisor Richard Balme is professor of political science at Sciences Po, Paris School of International Affairs, and research fellow at the Centre d’Etudes Europeennes (CEE). He also teaches at the School of Public Policy and Management of Tsinghua University, Beijing. He teaches and researches comparative public policy and international relations. Among his recent publications are Collective Action and European Democracy. Power and Protest in the EU (With D. Chabanet). Rowman and Littlefield 2008.Europe-Asia Relations: Building Multilateralisms (With B. Bridges). Palgrave 2008..“Central-Local Relations and Innovation in Environmental Policy-Making: Comparative Perspectives”, a special issue of Environmental Policy and Governance, 2014 (With Qi Ye, Eds). Smart Grids Applications and Developments. London, Springer Verlag, 2014 (With Li V., Hills P., Mah D., Eds). Main orientations and specific features Depending on their career aspirations and in relation to the type of institution in which they aspire to work – local and national administrations, notably the diplomatic corps, intergovernmental and governmental organisations or transnational firms – students have the possibility to chart a personalised course of study in the IPM programme. Courses are provided in three main areas: International Organizations and Global Governance; Public Policy: Theory and Analysis; and Policy Management and Leadership. Students may choose to concentrate on one global issue or else study several contemporary global issues in which State sovereignty and multilateralism are both seen as struggling to find an appropriate policy response. In order to contextualise the interplay of actors students also have the choice to focus on the study of established and emerging non-State players or on the dynamics of interactions at the international and global levels through the study of leadership, the sociology of international relations or intercultural management. Europe as a key regional player is not forgotten. Lastly, students may acquire and develop operational, concrete skills in a number of domains: analysis and evaluation of public policy, information systems, legal writing, crisis communication and advocacy, and diplomatic practices. Careers opportunities Management public international / International Public Management students may typically consider careers in local, national or international administrations, in intergovernmental and non-governmental organisations or in transnational firms, working in domains such as international cooperation, development or new public-private sector partnerships. [-]

Master in Management

Maastricht School of Management
Campus Full time February 2017 Netherlands Maastricht

The MSM Master in Management (MM) program is a one-year full-time master’s program for aspiring young professionals who want to fulfill their potential to contribute on the very top to the management of their organizations, whether in the private or public sector. [+]

Top Master Programs in Management Science in Asia 2017. Are you an ambitious graduate or young professional who aims for a successful career in top management? The MSM Master in Management (MM) program is a one-year full-time master’s program for aspiring young professionals who want to fulfill their potential to contribute on the very top to the management of their organizations, whether in the private or public sector. Our MM provides you with a first necessary step to fast-forward your career to higher levels by providing you with a solid foundation in the practice and theory of management in a fast-changing global world. During this course you will be provided with the opportunity to understand how to steer your organization to high performance in a diverse and multicultural international business context. You will learn from experienced faculty and stimulating fellow participants from different cultural, business and study backgrounds. The MSM Master in Management will ultimately challenge you to develop your own unique approach to management that inspires. The MM program targets recent graduates as well as young professionals with the ambition to pursue leading positions in the competitive global marketplace. Why should you follow the MSM Master in Management? Connect theory to practice Besides providing theoretical knowledge, the MSM Master in Management will equip you to put this knowledge into practice. At various stages during the program you will learn how to develop your own approach to solve organizational problems and turn opportunities into business success. At course level you will conduct group and individual assignments where you will actively demonstrate your newly acquired knowledge and skills. You will finalize your Master’s program with an integrative assignment in the form of a business consultancy project or an applied research project. In your business consultancy assignment you will confront a challenge facing a particular organization and provide a creative and practical business solution through professional application of your newly developed management skills. If you choose to do the applied research project you will critically study a general challenge facing organizations in a particular industry, sector or country, and propose and defend a new approach for rising to this challenge. Become a responsible manager Our MM program is people-focused: organizations are created and exist by people for people. Hence you will gain a deeper understanding of how organizations that are responsibly managed adopt and adhere to ethical standards. In this regard you will study what works and what does not in corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainable development. We subscribe to the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME). Therefore social responsibility and business ethics are a common theme throughout the program. Learn and network through diversity You will develop your management skills in a truly international and multicultural classroom with fellow participants from all over the world. Not only will they represent various cultural backgrounds, but they will also come from different business sectors, study backgrounds and different personal networks. In the global context your personal networks and multicultural leadership skills are vital ingredients of career success. Get access to our broad business network Our strong links to the business community will give you exposure to the best companies and organizations in the Maastricht region, who best exemplify successful global business and management. This is facilitated through our international management mentorship program, a platform that links our talented, experienced and diverse group of Master’s candidates on an individual basis to representatives of the local and regional business community. Furthermore work visits will be organized to regional companies and organizations throughout the program. FEES Full Tuition Fee: € 15,500 Application Fee (non refundable): € 200 Study Materials:€ 300 [-]

Master in Management

Brawijaya University
Campus Full time Part time July 2017 Indonesia Malang

The mission statement (vision) of the Master Program in Management (MPIM) is: “To be a leading international educational institution in the area of management and business sciences, with great entrepreneurship and spiritual insight” [+]

Master in Management History The Graduate School at the Faculty of Economics and Business of Brawijaya University (FEB UB) has had a long journey since its existence. In the beginning, the University offered undergraduate programs only, but in 2006, the graduate programs were launched. The Master of Management Program (Prodi) became the first embryo of FEB. Officially, Prodi was established in 1996, through the General Decree of Higher Education No. 493 / Dikti / Kep / 1996, dated of August 31, 1996. Mission statement and learning goals The mission statement (vision) of the Master Program in Management (MPIM) is: “To be a leading international educational institution in the area of management and business sciences, with great entrepreneurship and spiritual insight” Master Program in Management (MPIM) Learning Goals: To form management professionals with high scientific spirit, independent personality, who master science and technology and are able to develop their own knowledge To form graduates who are able to develop management expertise, creating a high effectiveness in evaluate decisions, in order to acquire valuable findings for scientists and users. [-]

Master of Engineering Management

United Arab Emirates University, College of Engineering
Campus Full time September 2017 United Arab Emirates AL Ain

Engineering Management is the Process of Planning, Organizing, Staffing, leading and influencing People and Controlling Activities which have a Technological Component. [+]

Top Master Programs in Management Science in Asia 2017. Engineering Management is the Process of Planning, Organizing, Staffing, leading and influencing People and Controlling Activities which have a Technological Component. These functions require foundation skills from engineering managers to manage themselves, staff, teams, projects, technologies and global issues of importance. These requirements being partly technical and partly business related, the Colleges of Engineering, and Business and Economics got together and launched the program in 2006. The program focuses on product development, process management, Quality Engineering and Project management from the technical side and leadership, management of technical innovations, supply chain, finance and decision making from the business side. The knowledge and skills thus gained are integrated through an action project. Program Objectives Management decision-making skills. Professional leadership and management skills. Knowledge of cost, financial and economic analysis. Knowledge about management of existing and emerging technologies. Continued intellectual growth in the engineering field. Program Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to: Understand the designing process and synthesize strategies to manage designing an overall engineering system or product that meets desired needs. Apply knowledge of mathematics, engineering and technology in managing engineering processes. Analyze engineering problems relating to Quality and manufacturing operations and Synthesize Solutions. Understand supply chain concepts and apply them to improve the business’ overall and supply chain performance Apply concepts to manage technological innovations and synthesize relevant business strategy. Apply the accounting information for decision-making Apply knowledge of applied statistics and decision techniques in managing engineering processes. Analyze subjects with technical and business content and synthesize effective written reports and oral presentations Apply theories of human behavior to analyze and evaluate the role of managers and leaders in driving effective employee behaviors in industrial organizational contexts. Degree Requirements Required Credit Hours : minimum 33 hours Engineering Management Required Courses (33.00 hours) Credit Hours ACCT603 Management Accounting & Financial Analysis 3.00 MEME621 Operations Research for Engineers 3.00 MEME635 Engineering Project Management 3.00 MEME651 Quality Engineering 3.00 MEME661 Engineering Process Management 3.00 MEME676 Product Development and Marketing 3.00 MEME685 Action Project (Capstone) 3.00 MGMT675 Management and Leadership 3.00 MIST625 Management of Technology and Innovation 3.00 SCML655 Supply Chain Management 3.00 STAT609 Decision Techniques and Data Analysis 3.00 [-]

Master in Management

National Research Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod
Campus Full time October 2017 Russia Nizhny Novgorod

Master of Management is a potential senior manager, responsible for the strategic development of the company, analyst-researcher, consultant and trainer for organizations in different industries. [+]

A Master's degree in Management is gaining popularity in business education, and the number of students enrolled in the programme is growing rapidly worldwide. The programme is designed to train professionals skilled in market research technology, creation and development of competitive businesses, management of large companies, who can also be involved in research and teaching.

Master of management is a potential senior manager, responsible for the strategic development of the company, analyst-researcher, consultant and trainer for organizations in different industries.

Training in the programme focuses on an in-depth study of: General and specific functions and information technology management; Methods of solving modern operational, tactical and strategic problems of the development of enterprises and organizations; Modern domestic and foreign forms and methods of governance; Internal relationships between supervisors and subordinates, and ways to address specific problems in such relations, with a focus on creating a favorable psychological climate. The programme includes such courses as "Mathematical Modeling in Financial Management”, “Financial Markets and Financial-Credit Institutions", "Contemporary Problems of Finance”, “Financial and Monetary Management of Economy”, “Finance of Organizations in the Innovation Economy», «Modern Concepts of Financial Management, Investment Management”, etc. [-]

Master in Business Engineering

Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Campus Full time September 2017 Belgium Brussels

The <strong>Master in Business Engineering</strong> develops the skills and knowledge required in all key management disciplines. [+]

Top Master Programs in Management Science in Asia 2017. - Wide Range of courses covering all fields of Management - Professional dimension : corporate mission The Master in Business Engineering offers the opportunity to understand and get involved in all areas of management. A business engineer can integrate the main functions and departments of organizations. The programme develops advanced knowledge and know-how in the areas of finance, marketing, control, strategy, and human resources, but will also develop the skills that top executives and entrepreneurs require: information processing, problem solving, project leadership, people management, communication, ethical behavior, entrepreneurship, critical mindset and personal judgment, teamwork and self-management. This programme aims at educating future executives for commercial and non-commercial organisations, as well as talented entrepreneurs. We are proud to include among our alumni CEO’s of listed companies (Dominique Leroy – CEO Belgacom ; Marc Grynberg – CEO Umicore), high-level bankers ; Eric Boyer de la Giroday – President ING Belgium), talented marketing directors (Joachim Rubin – VP Marketing Delhaize), brilliant consultants (Olivier Hamoir – Director McKinsey & Company; François Faelli – Partner Bain & Company; Stefan Fab – Senior Partner BCG), but also the Director General of RTBF, Jean-Paul Philippot and successful entrepreneurs, such as José Zurstrassen (Skynet, Keytrade Bank) or Nicolas Steisel (Exki). Fact Sheet : - English (30 to 90%) and French (10 to 70%) depending on the choice of electives courses - Compulsory in-company consulting assignment (field project) - Compulsory exchange programme - Optional QTEM networked master - Optional credited internship (25 ECTS) Requirements : - TOEFL > 95 - GMAT > 650 - ECTS gGrade of B - Management and engineering background (notably physics and chemistry) [-]

Master of Managerial Psychology

HELP University
Campus Part time 18 - 36  Open Enrolment Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

The Master of Managerial Psychology program applies psychological principles to the practice and discipline of people management. [+]

The Master of Managerial Psychology program applies psychological principles to the practice and discipline of people management. This program is designed specifically for leaders, general managers and human resource managers as well as trainers, consultants and corporate coaches. This program is designed to suit the needs of working adults. All lectures and tutorials are scheduled on weeknights and on Saturdays. Entry Requirements : A basic undergraduate degree in any discipline with a minimum CGPA of 2.5. The Master of Managerial Psychology course comprises of 12 modules. Students are required to enroll for the 6 compulsory units, and choose 6 out of the 8 electives offered. Students who do not have a prior degree in Psychology will be required to complete one pre-requisite subject during the course of the program. [-]

Master's Programme - Production Management

Northern (Arctic) Federal University
Campus Full time September 2017 Russia Arkhangelsk

The purpose of the master's program: training of qualified managers who can create and manage production with the challenges of the Arctic [+]

Master's Program - Production Management Place of study: Institute of Economics and Management (IEiU) Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after MV Lomonosov, Arkhangelsk, Russia Education: Master

Qualification of the graduate: Master of engineering and technology The purpose of the master's program: training of qualified managers who can create and manage production with the challenges of the Arctic region. The program is based on research opportunities, the organization and the practical experience of solving economic problems, including the development of industrial and investment potential. Features:

 

integration into the educational process of modern teaching methods, advanced information technologies based on integrated technical solutions; the use of innovative teaching methods and technologies, which are aimed at the development of creative, analytical and leadership qualities of undergraduates: projects in companies, the case method, business games and business simulation training; the use of modularity program allows you to create individual trajectories of training of students, including undergraduates to participate in the programs of international academic mobility. ... [-]

Master of Management Science (MMS)

Xi'an Jiaotong University
Campus Full time September 2017 China Xi'an

The Master of Management Science (MMS) Program aims to offer a rigorous and specialized training program to candidates with interests in the field of management. It provides students with an [+]

Master of Management Science (MMS)

1. Objectives

The Master of Management Science (MMS) Program aims to offer a rigorous and specialized training program to candidates with interests in the field of management. It provides students with an international and flexible program to acquire sound foundation for pursuing higher academic degree programs and to develop skills and ability to analyze and solve managerial issues.

2. Program Structure

a. Dual-track option The MMS program offers students the option to choose between the academic track and practical track. Academic track students are trained to perform high-level academic research under the guidance of faculty members. Students on the practical track develop extensive management knowledge and acquire a deep understanding of doing business in China as well as globally.... [-]


Master Logistics Engineering and Management

Dalian Maritime University
Campus Full time 30 - 60  September 2017 China Dalian

Cultivate students to be adapted to the need of scientific advancement and social development, to master solid theoretical foundation and systematical specialized knowledge, to know the research level and development direction of Logistics Engineering and Management and the frontiers of this field at home and abroad , to be capable of doing scientific research and undertaking independently specialized technical work, to use Chinese language skillfully, to be physically and mentally healthy. [+]

Top Master Programs in Management Science in Asia 2017. Cultivation Objective: Cultivate students to be adapted to the need of scientific advancement and social development, to master solid theoretical foundation and systematical specialized knowledge, to know the research level and development direction of Logistics Engineering and Management and the frontiers of this field at home and abroad, to be capable of doing scientific research and undertaking independently specialized technical work, to use Chinese language skillfully, to be physically and mentally healthy. Main Courses: Modern Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Optimization Methods in Operations Research, Transport Economics and Geography, Research Methodology in Maritime and Port Economics, Port and Shipping Logistics System Optimization, Risk Management, Port Management and Policy, Management and Implementation of Enterprise Information Systems, Shipping Economy and Management, Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management, etc. Application qualification: 1. Applicants must be foreign citizens in good health. 2. Applicants must be under the age of 40, have a valid passport and a Bachelor Degree. Documents required for application: 1. Application Form for International Students to Study at Dalian Maritime University 2. Photocopy of the personal information page of passport (photocopy of a valid Chinese visa is required to submit if an applicant is in China upon application) 3. Notarized certificate of bachelor’s degree or Enrollment Certificate of bachelor’s degree study (applicable to this year’s graduates who haven’t received the degree certificate) 4. Notarized all official undergraduate transcripts 5. Two recommendation letters from professors or associate professors 6. Study Plan, including personal information, education background, work experience, and academic research proposal (no fewer than 2500 words in English) 7. Internationally recognized certificate of proficiency in English (TOEFL/IELTS/TOEIC or other certificates) Applicants without a certificate as above mentioned should pass English level test organized by DMU so as to be admitted to attend the master’s degree programs in English-medium. Cultivation Requirement: Curriculum requirement: The courses are mainly composed of compulsory courses (compulsory general education courses and compulsory core requirement courses), optional courses and academic paper. The total credits should be no less than 30. Paper requirement: The dissertation of master’s degree is composed of opening report, intermediate inspection, and thesis defense. The application and procedures of thesis defense should follow The Implementation Regulations of Conferring Master’s or Doctoral Degree of Dalian Maritime University and The Provisions of the Application and Organization of Thesis Defense of Dalian Maritime University. A qualified dissertation should be logical, concise and coherent, having clear conception, rigorous analysis, correct theoretical deduction, reliable data, economical and social benefits, and academic value. In addition, it should provide new insights into the filed of study and show that the author is capable of doing scientific research and undertaking independently specialized technical work. [-]