International Management Asia-Europe

    The International Management Asia-Europe program, emphasizing the issues of complexity and risk, can be completed in three semesters - or add a fourth one and obtain a optional double degree.

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    Degree

    Master of Arts (M. A.)

    Department

    Wirtschafts-, Kultur- und Rechtswissenschaften

    Projected Length of Studies

    3 Semesters

    Start of Studies

    winter semester

    Standard Class Size

    15

    Application Deadline

    01.June for winter semester

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    Eine deutsch-chinesische MIM Studierende mit fast schulterlangen, glatten schwarzen Haaren und schlichter dunkler Kleidung steht vor einer weißen Beamer-Wand in einem Lehrveranstaltungsraum und präsentiert etwas. Vor ihr steht ihr Notebook. Neben ihr sitzen zwei Kommilitonen ihrer Projektgruppe, eine rothaarige Studentin, die nach vorn zum Publikum schaut und ein dunkelhaariger Student, welcher zu der Präsentierenden hinaufblickt.

    Applications

    The program in International Management Asia-Europe is designed for students with a bachelor’s degree in one of the following fields:

    •     Asian studies
    •     Degree programs that combine Asian studies and Business
    •     Programs in Business Administration and Economics

     

    Information about the Program

    Requirements and Deadlines

    Apply online now!

    Program Goals and Structure

    The focus of our master’s program in International Management Asia-Europe is on preparing students to deal with management issues relevant to the Asian context, while strengthening their personal and interpersonal skills. Students learn the methods and concepts related to complexity and risk management when doing business in Asia. In addition, they develop country-specific strategies for dealing with concrete situations and learn management skills that cultivate a sensitivity for complexity.

    The MIM master’s program is offered once a year, starting in the winter semester. The program includes two theoretical semesters (A and B semesters), followed by a project/research semester (C semester). This is a unique program at the University of Applied Sciences Konstanz: it is possible to complete this master’s program in four semesters, entirely in English and to earn a double degree in cooperation with our AACSB-accredited partner university, Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology (STUST)
     

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    Asia Cluster

    The Asia Cluster is a group of three interconnected programs at the University of Applied Sciences Konstanz offering Asia-oriented degrees. This includes the master’s program in International Management Asia-Europe. These programs have been successfully preparing students for careers in Asia or at companies and organizations closely connected with Asia for over 20 years.

    The Asia Cluster is a cutting-edge working group on the shores of Lake Constance in Germany. It is made up of a faculty with rich international experience, and also attracts students from many Asian countries. We value the close learning cooperation with our students and the open, collaborative academic environment.

    Good Reasons for the International Management Asia-Europe Program

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      International management skills at the interface between Asia and Europe

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      Focus on complexity and risk management

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      Industrial Sessions: Annual excursions to Asia

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      Asian Campus Courses: Voluntary study-abroad program at our partner universities

       

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      The possibility to receive a double degree

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      Study in small groups with personal supervision, develop international connections, and get a practical, hands-on degree

    Campus on the Rhine River

    Studying with lake view

    Prof. Dr. Konstantin Hassemer
    Program Director Asian Studies AS
    Room M 307
    +49 7531 206-331
    hassemer@htwg-konstanz.de

    Office hours
    Tuesdays 9:00 - 11:00 (only during the lecture period) and by appointment

    Dr. Felix Girke
    Coordinator MIM - DAAD Förderinitative HAW.International
    Felix.Girke@htwg-konstanz.de