When studying the two-year master’s programme in Economics and Business Administration at Aalborg University Business School (AAUBS) you build upon the competences, you gained at your bachelor.
This master's programme is the natural choice if you already have a bachelor in Economics and Business Administration or another relevant bachelor degree. The programme gives you the opportunity to specialize further by your own choice through specialisations and electives. By choosing the master’s programme in Economics and Business Administration, you will have great career opportunities, when you have completed your degree.
The MSc programme gives you the opportunity to choose from the specialisations listed below.
Upon graduation, you will have:
- learned to identify, analyse and prepare recommendations for specific problems related to business administration
- acquired skills in case work and building up practical and theoretically based competencies through interdisciplinary, strategic and operational discussions
- the ability to argue and transform your competences into specific solutions
Teaching will primary consist of lectures, exercise sessions, groupwork and project work. A supportive learning environment ensures that you, alone and in teams, gradually strengthen your ability to build and bring together practical and theoretically anchored competences in reflexive ways.
The programme has a problem-based learning approach (PBL). This means that all educational activities aim to take authentic business problems as their point of departure by adopting case-based lectures and courses, inviting guest lectures, organizing company visits, and facilitating collaboration between students and companies. Working with PBL ensures that you develop skills in identifying and analyzing specific problems related to business administrations and enables you to develop your recommendations and solutions.
You must expect a large workload. However, you'll have a lot of flexibility and still be able to have an active social life with your fellow students. The specialisations have many students from different cultures, which creates an exciting international environment.