September or February
EU/EAA: € 2,530
Non-EU/EAA: € 16,000
Maastricht – Tapijn Campus
Are you interested in managing people and leading change? Do you want to know what it takes to motivate employees and foster learning in organisations? Do you want to understand why managers, employees and consultants behave the way they do? Are you interested in how psychology can be applied to business? Then the specialisation in Organisation: Management, Change and Consultancy could be right for you. The specialisation is part of the master’s programme in International Business and it’s for students looking for a career in management. Combining insights from management, organisational behaviour and psychology, the programme integrates fundamental and cutting-edge knowledge on leadership and management with expertise on learning and change in organisations. With international network and double-degree programme options, the Organisation: Management, Change and Consultancy programme is one of the most unique and dynamic management options out there.
Graduates with strong skills in people management are in high demand across a wide range of industries and organisations. With an International Business degree in Organisation, you are well-positioned to help organisations unleash their full human resources potential, be it in the role of a leader, manager or management consultant. Our graduates have made careers for themselves in large multinationals and consulting firms, in general management and human resource management positions.
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"Maastricht University offers a truly international environment where I had the opportunity to connect with students from all over the world. Furthermore, their unique problem-based learning approach prepares you for your future career by providing you with the necessary skills such as problem-solving and presentation skills. Also, they offer a wide range of opportunities to be part of, such as the thesis internship programme, extracurricular internships, and the student council."