BSBI launches MSc in International Business & Management Programme in partnership with UE
On 15th May, Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI), in partnership with the University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE), launched its first partnership with the introduction of the MSc in International Business & Management this May.
Building on the success of the BSBI MBA Programmes with partner universities, University for the Creative Arts (UCA), and Concordia University Chicago (CUC), BSBI has launched a new partnership with UE.
This partnership will allow BSBI MBA graduates to earn a second degree in a short focused 6-month programme.
Leveraging the strong strategic alliances as members of the largest university network, Global University Systems, this collaboration between BSBI and UE brings the strengths of two global networks and the depth of access in resources, knowledge, expertise, and experience of both institutions.
This semester is tailored to students who want to advance their qualifications in quantitative and qualitative research design, modelling, and techniques. Participants will be optimally equipped for a global management role with the BSBI MBA degree and the MSc in International Business & Management degree.
Professor Kyriakos Kouveliotis FRSA, Provost and Chief Academic Officer, BSBI said: “I am thrilled to announce a new partnership between the Berlin School of Business and Innovation and the University of Europe for Applied Sciences. According to this, BSBI graduates will have the opportunity to conduct a semester at UE and receive a master’s degree (MSc in International Business & Management) from a top German University. What a great opportunity for our students!”
Professor Dr Maurits Van Rooijen, Chief Executive Officer (Academic), Group Rector at Global University Systems added: “the University of Europe for Applied Sciences understands well the desire of students to gain besides an international MBA a German master’s of science. The academic teams of both institutions sat down together and designed what is clearly an extremely attractive option for students from across the globe. Gaining both an international MBA and a German MSc will give graduates a big advantage in the labour market.”