Germany, Munich

International Management “Management Practices and Corporate Communications in a Global Environment”

when 5 August 2019 - 28 August 2019
language English
duration 4 weeks
credits 6 EC
fee EUR 1410

The Munich School of Management at LMU - one of the leading universities for Business Administration in Europe - offers a unique summer program for students from around the world. The course takes place in the heart of Munich and addresses relevant topics of corporate communications as well as international management.

Target group

We offer this program for Bachelor Students from all over the world. Prerequisites for participation are a basic knowledge of business administrations and a good command of written and spoken English. Lectures, presentations and examinations will be held in English.

Even though we do not require students to submit language test results, we urge students with poor language skills to abstain from applying. Knowledge of German is not a prerequisite.

In the interest of maintaining the program's high standards, the number of participants will be limited to
30.

The LMU differentiates 6 levels (from 1 to 6), which cover everything from introductory course work to
original research. This course is offered for students having successfully completed level
1 or 2.
Level Description
1 Introductory course with intensive supervision; no course prerequisites; generally first year courses
2 Introductory course, independent study techniques included; no specific course prerequisites; generally
second year courses

Course aim

Understanding of the basics of international business and of the challenges confronting international and intercultural management.
Learning how to analyze business cases and how to apply theoretical concepts to real-world situations
Improve understanding of management communications, both on a corporate as well as on an individual level
Learn how companies use communications to implement strategy and achieve competitive advantage
Develop a broad array of negotiation skills experimentally
Explore the major concepts and theories of bargaining and negotiation
We hope you'll join the program. We'd be happy to receive your application!

Flyer Download PDF: The flyer for the 2018 program will be online soon.

Fee info

EUR 1410: This fee includes:
- Registration fee: € 300,00 (Early Bird Registration until 01.03.2019: € 50,00)
- Tuition fee: € 700,00
- Housing Munich € 410,00