Whether you’re a graduate student looking to learn the art of managing others or a seasoned executive looking to hone your talents, International Management might be for you.
The Management Program* aims to teach anyone the skills and techniques needed to run a company.
MC0021 International Strategic Management
This module provides an introduction to the theoretical and practical aspects of international strategic management. Our aim is to familiarize students with the paradox of globalisation and localisation perspectives commonly found in European countries. The general aim is to develop student awareness of the varied elements that shape businesses. The module provides a global business perspective while emphasising the importance of remaining connected at the local level as well.
M0014 International Strategic Marketing
This module focuses on developing both a theoretical and an applied understanding of international marketing and creating awareness of the global issues facing international and global organisations. The module also aims to enable students to acquire knowledge in developing marketing strategies for countries other than their own. That’s because successful marketers have deep understandings of both the domestic and international marketplaces.
MC0019Human Resource Management
At their worst, human resources departments are dumping grounds for people with no professional future. At their best, HR departments allow managers to tap into the talents of their workforce and to identify the best people for certain roles. That’s why great HR managers give their companies a competitive advantage. This module will teach students how to recognize employees both as individuals and as sources of intellectual capital.
MC0018 International Project Management
Project One of the most quickly changing fields is Project Management, so much so that companies are increasingly hiring their own project managers to keep capital expenditures under control. Any manager, in fact, needs the skills that the top project managers utilize: controlling schedules, resourcing, budgeting, and risk management.
Companies associated with ESE offer internships that allow students to take their project management expertise into the real world. That way students can get valuable, on-the-spot work experience in their industries of choice to supplement their academic achievements. Students will be able to take the knowledge they glean from their course modules and apply it in the professional world.
*Course are subject to change based on availability
22 April 2013 - New York
07 October 2013 - New York