At LUT School of Business and Management (LBM), your studies will focus on sustainable value creation: how businesses succeed in international competition in an economically, ecologically and socially sustainable way. Get ahead of the big business challenges of our times with Project BE; develop your skills in areas such as programmatic thinking, data visualization, design thinking and personal branding – all incredibly important in today’s workplace and key drivers of success.
The Master’s Programme in Business and Management, specialising in International Business, takes a comprehensive and practical instructional approach, with a variety of teaching methods – including lectures, seminars and case studies, and give you insights in industries.
There are upsides and downsides to both degrees and they are extremely similar, but the takeaway here is that if you’re seeking to be highly specialized in a certain area of business then the MBA will likely be more attractive, however, if you’re looking to double down on general business management skills, so that you can work in a variety of areas, then the MBM will likely be most appealing.
The traditional German degree in business administration was the Diplom in Betriebswirtschaft (Diplom-Kaufmann) but since 1999, bachelor’s and master’s degrees have gradually replaced the traditional degrees due to the Bologna process Today most German business schools offer the MBA.
The Master in Management (MiM), Business Management benefits from its close ties with leading companies and the valued support of its Corporate Programme Sponsors, Academic & Learning Partners: Butagaz, Capgemini Invent, Carrefour, Cirque du Soleil, Groupe SEB, HEC MontrÃ©al, InnitiativesETcitÃ©, Lactalis, La Condition Publique, Publicis GroupeSopra Steria, Ubisoft, Unilever.