The M.Sc. Global Management and Governance offers an applied business administration study programme with extensive scientific contents. The aim of the course is to allow future specialists and managers to acquire the requisite knowledge and encourage them to think strategically and sustainably. The consecutive programme is designed for ambitious Bachelor's graduates.
Highlights of the programme are (for more information see '5 reasons'):
- the concept of a part-time English Master's programme;
- the selected content of the programme (specialisations; project during a week-long stay abroad);
- the JOB & MASTER programme;
- the Mentoring programme;
- the study conditions at HSBA and in Hamburg.
HSBA is the university of choice of the Hamburg business community (for more information on HSBA please follow this link).
Global Management & Governance (M.Sc.)
No. of students
Limited number of master’s study places
Officially recognised Master of Science with the right to proceed into doctoral studies
30 months, start on 1 October
Part-time, contact hours on extended weekends and a small number of full-time weeks
Good bachelor's degree, work experience not obligatory but beneficial for JOB&MASTER-placement, B2-level in English
Versammlung Eines Ehrbaren Kaufmanns zu Hamburg e.V. (VEEK; engl.: The Honourable Society of Hamburg Merchants)
JOB&MASTER, additional grants
Usually EUR 18.750 (=EUR 625 per month)*. The major part of the study fees are generally covered by the employer. They include examination fees and the travel and accommodation costs for the project abroad.
Written application, telephone interview, Admission Day. Applications are accepted until the maximum number of students is reached. We recommend to apply early, since grants and JOB&MASTER-places are eventually allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis
The study course was awarded the Premium Accreditation of the FIBAA in 2015 and received very good ratings especially in the areas of the overall study situation, feasibility of study courses and international orientation in the CHE ranking 2014 of the ZEIT.
* Study fees may amount to EUR 37.500. Please refer to the section Finance.