As the name suggests, the core of the Master of Globalisation Studies lies at the globalisation process and its multifaceted consequences on Mother Earth and the international community. You learn to analyse the process using tools from the academic fields of history, cultural studies, and political science. Depending on the university and the specific course, you can choose from several focuses – economical, sociological, political, cultural and ecological. Regardless, you will be actively involved in topics revolving around global change and the comparison of different issues on an international level.
During your Master studies you will go through various important subjects, including:
In addition, you will have the opportunity to discuss, conduct a research and apply a variety of scientific methods when tackling major issues like global terrorism, migration and environmental change. You should also expect several historical aspects and examples during your course, as well as theoretical foundations.
Finally, the practical application of your study content will be implemented with the aid of project work or voluntary internships.
Each university offering Globalisation Studies may place a different emphasis on its curriculum. Therefore, it is a tricky task to describe the manifold university offerings for this course. Moreover, we can only advise you to check out the University of your choice and inquire directly what admission criteria you will have to fulfill. Nevertheless, use the list below and find that one university that suits you best to embark on your global career ladder.
The Master of Globalisation Studies does not define clear career prospects. Too many variables depend on your prior qualifications, your place of study, your individual focus throughout the Masters etc.. However, with this Masters degree you are laying a great foundation for a spectrum of global careers, in companies, political organizations, NGOs or international think tanks. You will have countless career opportunities within the following areas:
|Entrepreneurship & Tourismus||MCI Management Center Innsbruck|
|Master International Marketing and Brand Management||Munich Business School|
|Linguistics and Literature: English||University of Antwerp|
|International Business||EAE Business School|
|European Union - Russia Studies||University of Tartu|
|Master of Global Supply Chain Management||Antwerp Management School|
|International Logistics and Supply Chain Management||Jönköping University|
|International MBA (Barcelona/New York)||EAE Business School|
|International MBA||EAE Business School|
|International Economics and Finance||Newcastle University Business School|
|Development Evaluation and Management||University of Antwerp|
|Economic Analysis||Jönköping University|
|Business Administration Major Tourism||Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft HTW Chur|
|Global Marketing and Consumer Culture||University of Southern Denmark (SDU)|
|International Marketing||Jönköping University|
|Master of China-Europe Business Studies||Antwerp Management School|
|Master International Business||Munich Business School|
|E-Business||Newcastle University Business School|
|Master of Global Management||Antwerp Management School|
|International Business & Law||MCI Management Center Innsbruck|
|Governance and Development||University of Antwerp|
|International Financial Analysis||Jönköping University|
|Globalisation and Development||University of Antwerp|
|Global Management||Jönköping University|
|International Marketing||Newcastle University Business School|