The MBA degree is primarily aimed at students with a non-business administration bachelor's degree, who have had 3 years of experience working in companies and organisations in a role that manages people or processes, or both. Candidates for the MBA will speak good English and have worked in an international environment.
The MBA degree programme is aimed at providing graduates with the skills and competencies to fulfil management positions in the field of business administration, both in the public and private sectors. These positions can include management or policy-making roles in large organisations, as well as positions of management in small to medium-sized companies (SMEs).
A particular aim is that students are able to analyse critically and evaluate various developments within an organisation so that they can form, create and instigate policies, visions and aims and solutions within that organisation. They should be able to analyse the strategic processes and vision of a company or organisation, and using this analysis apply and implement tools to innovate, optimise and (re-)structure these processes using an integral approach. From an international perspective, students learn to analyse the situations and adapt their behaviour and roles according to the macro and micro environments they find themselves in.
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