Labour markets are becoming more international in nature and there s an increased demand for decision makers who can contribute to sustainable development in terms of economic growth, environmental issues and global justice. In order to meet these challenges, this programme will emphasise critical and reflective approaches to business and management studies to encourage independent and innovative thinking on research and management practice. The programme builds upon previous studies in business and management at the master level. It is open to students who have already completed a one-year Master degree with a major in Business administration. The objective of this second master s year is to provide you with a continuation of the subject area chosen within the first master year as well as opportunities for broader areas of study. In particular, you will be encouraged to reflect on the deeper philosophical paradigms underpinning the various sub-fields within business and management studies and you will be offered opportunities to tailor your studies according to your preferred career paths. You will acquire skills in both quantitative and qualitative methods to support extensive consulting or investigative work across the spectrum of management practice in private and/or public sectors, for example internal affairs in the consulting profession. Graduates will be able to contribute to high quality development of management issues in a broad sense in organisations. If you have questions regarding selection and admission to the Master Programme in Management Research, contact the Office for Master Programmes: firstname.lastname@example.org.