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American Institute of Applied Sciences in Switzerland Master of International Business Administration (MIBA) with Specialization in Finance
American Institute of Applied Sciences in Switzerland

Master of International Business Administration (MIBA) with Specialization in Finance

La Tour-de-Peilz, Switzerland

2 Years

English

Full time

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22 Apr 2024

CHF 8,333 / per semester

On-Campus

Introduction

The Master of International Business Administration (MIBA) program at the American University in Switzerland ensures that our students are fully prepared to lead and manage in today’s competitive and changing global marketplace. We focus on integrating traditional business knowledge with practical decision-making, problem-solving, creativity, and strategic thinking while engaging in real-world projects. We create a practical learning and research environment that emphasizes collaboration and active engagement with industry leaders.

The curriculum links cutting-edge business theory to practical research and applications as students are guided to solve real-world challenges. This environment emphasizes collaboration and team building alongside the healthy competition. At AUS, top-tier internationally diverse classmates come together, share professional experiences, and form synergistic groups where mutual commitment and joint accountability lead to highly effective teams.

Each course integrates at least two experiential learning activities such as:

  • Simulations
  • Presentations – individual and/or group
  • Case studies
  • Projects – individual and/or group

Beyond the depth and breadth of knowledge gained in the classroom, the life-long connections developed while attending AUS will be of immeasurable value. To this end, we require and actively support internship placement, on-site company visits, and executive mentoring. With our vast network of contacts at nearby, world-renowned corporate headquarters, students are sure to find opportunities tailored to meet their specific needs. Whether the student’s aspiration is to manage a leading company, have their own business, or work for a family-run business, AUS provides the tools to follow the desired career path. AUS graduate students are expected to produce quality and practical business research summarized in their Master's Capstone submission. AUS awards prizes to the best Thesis.

The Leadership & Change Specialization provides students with a comprehensive organizational perspective, combined with real-world applications. Exposure to individual and group theories and practice will prepare graduates to become well-rounded business professionals. Competencies covered will include ethical decision-making, interdependence, inclusion, global perspective, technology with courses focused on individual leadership, behavior and change dynamics, systems thinking, negotiations, and conflict resolution.

When a MIBA student successfully completes the DDP, the student will graduate, in their chosen specialty, with a Master of International Business Administration (MIBA) from AUS and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from TU. MIBA students will also receive a Professional Certificate from TU in their chosen specialty.

Dual Degree Structure

In order to receive dual degrees, students must successfully complete the required AUS and TU courses. The curricula are mixtures of AUS and TU courses designed to provide students with the maximum exposure to the necessary knowledge and skills for the future workplace, emphasizing critical thinking, problem-solving, research technologies, and multimodal communication methods.

The TU programs are all online with videos, discussion rooms, readings, and other assignments. For the most part, the students will be in the same class as TU students, thus enabling interaction. Students will take both AUS and TU courses to complete their required coursework. Courses will be taught on campus and remotely, with the possibility of student exchanges to either university.

  • Duration: 2 years
  • Entry Dates: September / January / April
  • Study Mode: Full-time
  • Credits: 90 CH | 120 ECTS

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