You will investigate each functional area of business during at least two courses for each topic. The research-oriented approach is reflected in a track of research courses throughout the entire programme. Your professional development will be stimulated in a similar track. For most courses, you will attend plenary lectures and work in small groups, allowing for lively interaction and tailored feedback. Many courses chose a distinctly international approach, both content-wise, but also valuing the diversity that exists within the IBA student population consisting of 60 different nationalities. The first year of the IBA bachelor programme consists of four blocks and provides you with an overview of the main processes in most companies: production, marketing, organisation, finance and information.
Master’s Thesis | European Master in Global Studies
The Rector will authorise the printing of the PhD thesis once all the requirements have been satisfied and the Beadle has approved the title page. Whether or not to have the thesis printed is up to the PhD candidate, but at the very least, an electronic copy of the thesis must be submitted for inclusion in the university library. If any articles are under embargo at the time of submission, an additional version of the thesis must be uploaden in Hora Finita tab Library from which said articles have been removed. Download the form below.
Media, telecommunications, computer networks, and creative industries affect many aspects of daily lives and reach every corner of the world. They have had an increasing impact on political and cultural life, and on entire economies across the globe. The shift in our everyday experiences towards enhanced mediation has had enormous consequences.
We would like to inform all future applicants to the Research Master in Business and Management that ERIM has initiated all necessary processes to terminate the programme. Please be advised that the last intake of students will be in autumn and it is planned that the programme will be terminated at the end of August In these courses the basic foundations of management, behavioural theories and economics are being discussed.