Máster en Administración en Turku, Finlandia

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Estudios a nivel de Maestría implican estudios especializados en un campo de investigación o un área de práctica profesional. Ganar un título de maestría demuestra un alto nivel de dominio de la materia. Ganar un título de maestría puede tomar de un año a tres o cuatro años. Antes de graduarse, por lo general, debe escribir y defender una tesis, un largo documento que es la culminación de la investigación especializada.

La gestión es un elemento clave para la buena marcha de cualquier negocio. Por lo tanto, hacer un máster en Gestión de le fijará para una exitosa carrera como gerente de negocios.

Académicos de nivel superior en Finlandia acceder fácilmente a cursos de educación superior en las escuelas politécnicas y universidades orientadas a la práctica. La cultura finlandesa es fácil de aprender ya que el gobierno ha establecido un ministerio que se encarga de la mejora de las políticas de juventud, culturales, deportivas y de cooperación internacional.

Con una historia que se remonta al siglo 13, la ciudad de Turku se encuentra en la desembocadura del río Aura, en la costa suroeste de Finlandia. Tiene una población de más de 100.000 habitantes. Esta ciudad cuenta con varias escuelas politécnicas y 4 campus universitarios.

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Master’s Degree Programme in Global Innovation Management

University of Turku
Campus Tiempo completo 2 años August 2017 Finlandia Turku

The Master’s Degree Programme in Global Innovation Management is designed to bring a scientific mindset to managerial challenges at the crossroads of International Business, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management. [+]

Másters en Administración en Turku, Finlandia. Master’s Degree Programme in Global Innovation Management Innovative leaders for the future world! The Master’s Degree Programme in Global Innovation Management is designed to bring a scientific mindset to managerial challenges at the crossroads of International Business, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management. In the Master’s Degree Programme, you will acquire advanced knowledge in innovation management related theories and practices and will be able to develop and apply frameworks which help to understand how innovations are created, launched and managed in an international setting. You will also learn how entrepreneurial activities are formed and what are the key strategies that companies use in order to expand. The competence gained in the Programme opens up numerous career opportunities in different kinds of organisational settings and roles as well as the possibility to apply for doctoral training. PROGRAMME IN BRIEF Programme structure The extent of the Programme is 120 ECTS credits and the degree is designed to be completed in two years. In addition to major and minor studies, students must take language studies and need to complete methodology courses. Students should note that this is a full-time Programme and most courses have compulsory attendance. In addition to courses focusing on international business, entrepreneurship and innovation management, students can take elective courses. Academic excellence & experience Turku School of Economics (TSE) at the University of Turku is one of the largest faculties for education in business science in Finland. The studies include a comprehensive choice of economic sciences, other business and finance-related subjects and foreign languages. You will be part of a solid scientific community – set in a modern and demanding study environment – in which you can develop your skills and competence. The expertise of TSE in international business combined with Finnish global competitiveness in technological innovation provides unique conditions that make this Programme an unparalleled experience, enabling students to think in new and constructive ways. Turku School of Economics employs a variety of teaching methods that are carefully combined to give students the opportunity to learn effectively. In addition to interactive lectures, case studies, problem-solving exercises and e-learning models complement traditional learning methods. This combination allows for the integration of theoretical insights into the real-life aspects of business. The graduates of the Master’s Degree Programme in Global Innovation Management acquire knowledge, accumulate experience and develop important personal skills. The Programme offers lectures and seminars with class sizes varying between 10 and 30 students on average. On most courses, you will gain experience of intercultural communication by engaging in team-sized collaborative learning groups. Graduates from the Programme have a very strong foundation in research and inquiry. They are trained to utilise scientific methods to solve real world problems. They can actively apply their expertise to new situations and generate new knowledge. Master's thesis & topics At its best, a Master’s thesis is a productive and advanced study in the problematics of a specific subject. The process involves a set number of compulsory seminar group meetings, since a fundamental part of the learning process is the oral presentation of one’s own work and the ability to discuss the works of others. Upon completion of the Master’s thesis, you: are able to apply the research methods on your area of specialisation in an independent research work that follows good scientific practice are able to choose and formulate a research problem and develop a research plan for conducting your study. can describe and analyse previous research connected to the research problem and select an appropriate research method for the study. can apply the selected research method to collect data and to critically analyse and report the research results. can identify the most significant research findings and communicate them both in writing and orally. Examples of Master’s thesis topics Scouring uncharted waters – managing outbound open innovation in maritime industry Interactions of decision mechanisms in an entrepreneurial firm’s journey to become a major player in its industry The role of diaspora networks in opportunity exploitation by ethnic entrepreneurs in Finland Motivating employee engagement in in-house crowdsourcing. Case: Large government-owned company CAREER OPTIONS Competence description GIM is designed to transform your thinking so that you will be able to contribute to the international success of various types of organisations. The Programme has a strong international business component. It is designed to teach you to understand the complex interactions and big picture of an ever more globally interdependent world. This capability enables graduates to become valuable actors in areas like general management, the management of small and medium-sized enterprises and similar organisational roles. The innovation management that is part of hte Programme provides a deep and broad understanding of the nature of innovations, their development and commercialisation. Our focus – in terms of innovation management – ranges from macro-systems (i.e. national innovation systems) to business concept innovations, to more traditional innovation management tasks in R&D, product, service and process innovation management. This more specialised focus complements the acquired general skills set. Entrepreneurship studies, the third fundamental emphasis of GIM, involves working on cognitive and behavioural abilities. These have been found to positively correlate with the development and commercialisation of successful innovations. Job options In summary, the design of GIM opens up a number of possible career opportunities in all kinds of organisational settings and roles. Possible job titles are: category manager – external supply operations branch manager senior manager marketing coordinator managing director development manager Career in research The Master of Science degree opens up the possibility to apply for doctoral studies. Quite a few former Master’s students continue to pursue the Doctor of Science degree after completing the Programme. GIM graduates are eligible to apply for a position in the University of Turku Graduate School, UTUGS. The Graduate School consists of 16 doctoral programmes which cover all disciplines and doctoral candidates of the University. Together with the doctoral programmes, the Graduate School provides systematic and high quality doctoral training. UTUGS aims to train highly qualified experts with the skills required for both professional career in research and other positions of expertise. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS General degree requirements Phase 1 – General Requirements Academic Requirements All applications are pre-screened and short-listed based on the eligibility of the applicants. Short-listed applicants must have one of the following degrees (already earned at the time of application): 1. Degree Requirements a) Bachelor of Science in Business Administration b) Bachelor of Science in Engineering c) Bachelor of Business Administration degree from a Finnish university of applied sciences d) Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, Food Chemistry, Molecular Biotechnology or In Vitro Diagnostics or a corresponding foreign university degree that meets the Finnish criteria. Applicants with a Finnish Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration (kauppatieteiden maisteri) are not eligible. Some students will be admitted under the condition that they complete supplementary courses (see: admission criteria). 2. Studies in business science Previous university level studies must include a minimum of 30 ECTS credits in business science studies. Previous eligible studies in business sciences: accounting and finance marketing international business management and organisation operations and supply chain entrepreneurship Due to the differences in the subject names, studies in other subjects might be accepted as well. 3. Minimum Grade The grade of the applicant’s major studies should be 3 or better for students graded on a grading scale of 1-5. The minimum for all other grading systems is the average grade. If the applicant’s certificate does not indicate the grade for their major studies, the average grade will be calculated from all courses indicated in the transcript of records. The following scale is used when considering the grade: 5 laudatur, eximia A 4 3 and 3– 4 magna B 3 2,5 and 2+ 3 cum laude C 2 2 and 2– 2 non sine, lubenter D 1 1,5 and 1+ 1 approbatur E ... [-]

Master De La Ciencia En El Gobierno De La Digitalización

Åbo Akademi
Campus Tiempo completo 2 años August 2017 Finlandia Vaasa

La gestión eficaz y eficiente de transformación digital es crítico para el éxito de las empresas y organizaciones de la sociedad contemporánea. En el programa de este master se aprende howdigitalization permite nuevas formas de crear conocimiento, para crear valor para el cliente, nuevas maneras de configurar los procesos organizativos y nuevas maneras de organizar nivel de la industria la cooperación entre organizaciones. [+]

El programa de Maestría en Gobierno de Digitalización Descripción La gestión eficaz y eficiente de transformación digital es crítico para el éxito de las empresas y organizaciones de la sociedad contemporánea. En el programa de este master se aprende howdigitalization permite nuevas formas de crear conocimiento, para crear valor para el cliente, nuevas maneras de configurar los procesos organizativos y nuevas maneras de organizar nivel de la industria la cooperación entre organizaciones. Este programa de dos años prepara a sus graduados de las carreras difíciles en el campo de la transformación digital y se centra el análisis de datos, diseño digital de servicios, modelos de negocio digitales de la información y gestión del conocimiento y de gobierno de TI. Requisitos de admisión Un nivel de título universitario de Licenciado completado con o además del grado 20 ECTS en los negocios y la economía o ciencias de la información u otros estudios relevantes. En la exposición de motivos (carta de motivación) el solicitante debe prestar atención a su / sus razones para aplicar a este programa. Los solicitantes elegibles son evaluados sobre la base de sus méritos académicos (certificado de notas y la evaluación de la tesis de licenciatura / otro documento académico) y la carta de motivación. Los méritos académicos más peso en la evaluación de la carta de motivación. Los solicitantes siempre deben demostrar su conocimiento del idioma Inglés: www.abo.fi/ansok/en/language requisitos especiales Por favor mira www.abo.fi/master [-]