1. Groningen University, Netherlands
The University of Groningen is an ambitious international research university with strong roots in the north of the Netherlands. Research and teaching at the University of Groningen are curiosity driven and relate closely to global societal needs. International students can pursue;
Masters in Economics and Business: This is a 24 months course, with intakes in January and May. Several specialisations are offered;
Econometrics, Operations Research and Actuarial Studies.
Human Resource Management
International Business & Management
Economic Development and Globalization
Research Master in Economics and Business - Research
Supply Chain Management
Technology and Operations Management
Youth 0-21, Society and Policy
Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology
Real Estate Studies
Society, Sustainability and Planning
2.International School of Management, Germany
International School Of Management (ISM) has 5 campuses in Germany. Graduates have the opportunity to gain a Master’s in Management degree on a full-time or part-time course. Applicants with work experience can enroll on an international MBA programme. Given below are Masters programmes which one can apply right after graduation and don’t need much work experience.
M.Sc. International Management
M.A. Strategic Marketing Management
M.Sc. Business Intelligence & Data Science
M.Sc. International Logistics & Supply Chain Management
M.A. Luxury, Fashion & Sales Management
M.Sc. International Business
Duration: Most of the courses have a 2 years which includes 3 semester plus 1 semester for your thesis. Intake in the Fall semester (September); but few of them start in February. Engineers and non business graduates have to undergo a preparatory semester in addition to the regular study for most of the programmes. 12 weeks compulsory internship, workshops, excursions, 100 % English.