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Pre-Master
BUSINESS MASTER’S PARA ENTRANTES LATERALES
  • Master’s in Business para entrantes de Bachelor en otra área de estudios
  • Combinado con un programa Master de MBS
  • Duración: 3 meses
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MASTER’S IN BUSINESS NO CONSECUTIVO

Quieres inscribirte en un programa de Master de negocios - Pero no tienes un Bachelor's degree en negocios o economía? El curso Pre-Master en Munich Business School es un programa que te prepará único y compacto que permite "entrantes laterales" - estudiantes con calificaciones en otras disciplinas - alcanzar los requisitos de admisión para los programas de Master de negocios en MBS. El Pre-Master es un curso online que consta de una serie de sesiones digitales. Se lleva a cabo completamente en inglés.

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TRES BENEFICIOS PRINCIPALES DE ESCOGER ESTUDIAR EN MUNICH BUSINESS SCHOOL

MASTER EN NEGOCIOS PARA ENTRANTES LATERALES

Este programa te brinda la oportunidad de obtener el derecho de admisión a un programa de master en negocios teniendo un grado de un area distinta.

TRANSICIÓN DIRECTA A UN PROGRAMA DE MASTER

El programa Pre-Master está diseñado principalmente para los programas de master de MBS. Finalizarías tu Pre-Master en Agosto, para poder iniciar tus estudios de master directamente en Septiembre.

AMPLIA GAMA DE PROGRAMAS DE MASTER

El programa Pre-Master te ayudará a alcanzar los requisitos de entrada para los programas de master en International BusinessInternational Marketing and Brand ManagementInnovation and Entrepreneurship, y Sports Business and Communication.

Pre-Master
Plan de Estudios

Contenidos y Estructura

En tan solo 3 meses (Mayo-Agosto), conseguirás solidas habilidades clave en administración, finanzas, marketing y comunicación. Cuando hayas completado satisfactoriamente el programa Pre-Master, conseguirás acceso directo a los programas Master International BusinessMaster Innovation and EntrepreneurshipMaster International Marketing and Brand Management o Master Sports Business and Communication, comenzando en Septiembre. El Pre-Master se lleva acabo en un formato híbrido; la participación tiene lugar físicamente y online,

Requisitos de Admisión

El programa Pre-Master está disponible para graduados de Bachelor con un grado universitario por encima del promedio (en cualquier campo) de una universidad acreditada. Se requieren un buen nivel de proficiencia en inglés (TOEFL IBT min. 85/IELTS 6.5/ELS 112) debido a que todo el programa se lleva a cabo en inglés.

Proceso de Aplicación

El proceso de aplicación consiste en dos partes para el Pre-Master International Business en Munich Business School, por un lado una aplicación escrita y por otro, una entrevista personal. Los y las aplicantes del programa Pre-Master tan solo serán aceptados en combinación con una aplicación para un programa de master. Más sobre el proceso de aplicación:

Administración de Organizaciones (6 ECTS)

Contenido

Este curso sirve como una introducción a la administración, cubre los elementos básicos de la posición de manager e introduce las varias funciones de la administración: Planear, organizar, liderar y controlar. El alcance es amplio e incluye conceptos clave de teoría organizacional y administrativa al igual que administración estratégica.

Los ejercicios en el aula y los estudios monográficos demostrarán como los conceptos administrativos tienen lugar fuera del aula.

Metodos de enseñanza y aprendizaje

  • Clases interactivas, grupos de estudio
  • Trabajar en estudios monográficos en grupos
  • Presentaciones
  • Role plays

Administración Financiera (6 ETCS)

Contenido

Este curso introduce a los y las estudiantes a la administración financiera moderna. Cubre los temas principales en finanzas como la capacidad de invertir, la valoración de assets, financiar una organización y la administración de riesgo financiera. Al final de este curso, los y las estudiantes habrán conseguid un amplio conocimiento de conceptos financieros fundamentales y estarán preparados para sus futuros estudios.

 

Métodos de enseñanza y aprendizaje

  • Clases y discusiones interactivas
  • Trabajar en estudios en grupos pequeños o como una actividad individual

Marketing Estratégico (6 ECTS)

Contenido

Este curso está diseñado para introducir a los y las estudiantes al rol del marketing en una organización. El mayor enfasis tiene luga rn el concepto de una estrategia de marketing como un plan integrado y comprensible diseñado para alcanzar las necesidades del cliente y facilitar el intercambio. Además, los y las estudiantes serán introducidos a la investigación de mercado, los conceptos administrativos, el branding, la segmentación de mercado, el positioning y el marketing digital y en las redes sociales.

Métodos de enseñanza y aprendizaje

  • Lecciones y tutoriales
  • Preparación de casos y ejercicios individuales o en pequeños grupos
  • Discusiones y presentaciones en grupo

Financial and Managerial Accounting (6 ECTS)

Content

The course provides students with an understanding of its objectives, principles, and the system of double-entry bookkeeping. They learn to create balance sheets, profit and loss accounts, and cash flow statements while utilizing key criteria. The role of accounting information in managerial decision-making is explained, including the computation and interpretation of financial ratios.

Managerial Accounting focuses on the cost aspects of running a business, equipping students with tools for cost analysis and decision-making. They also learn about the budgeting process and variance analysis for implementing management control.

Teaching and Learning Methods

  • Seminar-like lecture
  • Exercises and case studies in small working groups

Managerial Economics (3 ECTS)

Content

This course provides students with a comprehensive understanding of key economic concepts and terminology. They learn to critically analyze and apply microeconomic theories and models to make informed business decisions, gaining insights into consumer behavior and company decision-making processes. Furthermore, students will be equipped to utilize game theory in economic decision-making, and they will develop a broad understanding of macroeconomic topics, theories, and models as they relate to countries and global trade.

Teaching and Learning Methods

  • Lecture
  • Problem sets and/or case studies
  • Oral exam and presentation

Business Communication (3 ECTS)

Content

In this course, students will engage in a variety of activities to develop their business communication skills. Using interview and role-play formats, students will learn how to build business relationships and how to introduce themselves properly. They will be taught how to structure effective business messages for different contexts. The course also emphasizes the art of persuasion in challenging situations and the importance of nonverbal communication in a business setting. In addition, students receive an introduction to academic writing and sharpen their oral expression skills for presentations, discussions, and meeting participation.

Teaching and Learning Methods

  • Interactive lecture
  • Case Studies
  • Role-play

German (6 ECTS)

Content

The goal of this course is to reach the German language level A1.1 (CEFR). Students learn to write very short texts with simple sentences about everyday situations. They also practice asking and answering questions about daily life and familiar topics. In addition, the course focuses on improving reading and listening comprehension of short and simple texts and conversations.

Teaching and Learning Methods

  • Communicative lectures (grammatical content and listening)
  • Group work (training of writing and reading skills)
  • Role-plays (practicing speech abilities) and private studies

What Pre-Master's students say about the program

“The Pre-Master’s gave me the necessary tools and contacts to feel confident and shine during my master’s program. It was a demanding program with high expectations, especially for those of us from other disciplines. With genuine commitment, stamina and the right attitude, I successfully switched from classical music to the field of business and finance.”

Angela Ruiz, graduate of the Pre-Master’s program and alumna of the International Business master’s program

 

 

“Studying a master’s in business despite not having a bachelor’s in business was the right decision for me. Before my master’s program, I had studied teaching in Bamberg. After a few months of intensive learning, I got to grips with the fundamentals of business. It was a very challenging period, but it was definitely worthwhile. I would recommend it to anyone. Trust yourself: you can do it, too!”

Felix Ewald, Head of Marketing and Sales

 

 



WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE A NON-CONSECUTIVE MASTER’S PROGRAM?

What is a consecutive master’s?

A consecutive master’s program is a course of study that follows on from a related bachelor’s degree, exploring the subject in more detail. It builds on the content of the bachelor’s degree. A bachelor’s degree in the same subject, or a closely related subject, is therefore an admission requirement for a consecutive master’s.

Example: You studied business at undergraduate level, earned your bachelor’s degree, and would now like to enroll on the master’s program in International Marketing and Brand Management at MBS.

What is a non-consecutive master’s?

A non-consecutive master’s program is a course of study that does not directly follow on from a related bachelor’s degree and instead covers other, unrelated topics. It does not build on the content of the bachelor’s degree. Admission to a non-consecutive master’s therefore only requires a bachelor’s degree; the subject does not matter.

Example: You studied IT at undergraduate level, earned your bachelor’s degree, and would now like to enroll on the master’s program in International Business at MBS.

What is a Pre-Master’s?

A Pre-Master’s is a preparatory course that enables students with a bachelor’s degree to meet the requirements for a master’s in a different subject. It covers the fundamentals, providing the skills and knowledge students need to keep pace with classmates who already have existing knowledge of business studies.

Example: You studied IT at undergraduate level, earned your bachelor’s degree, and would now like to enroll on the master’s program in International Business at MBS. The Pre-Master’s program helps you to meet the admission requirements for master’s-level study.

What are the admission requirements for the Pre-Master’s program?

Applicants to the Pre-Master’s program must have an above-average university degree in any subject area, awarded by a state-recognized university. In addition, applicants must have excellent English skills (TOEFL iBT min. 85/IELTS 6.5/ELS 112) as the program is taught entirely in English.

What is the application process for the Pre-Master’s?

The two-stage application process for the Pre-Master’s program at Munich Business School comprises a written application and a face-to-face interview. Applications for the Pre-Master’s program are only accepted in conjunction with an application for a master’s program at MBS.

Master’s in International Business

Master’s in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Master's in International Marketing and Brand Management

Master’s in Sports Business and Communication

IN BRIEF: MASTER’S STUDY AT MBS

Degree

Pre-Master’s

Duration of study

The program takes three months of full-time study (May–August)

Place of study

Live online sessions (Pre-Master’s program)
Munich (Master’s programs)

Fees

EUR 6,500 for the Pre-Master’s
plus EUR 8,300 per semester for the master’s program

Recognition

MBS master’s programs are state-recognized and certified. 

Application

You can apply at any time!

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Studienberater MBS: Uttamdeep Kaur, B.A.
Asesoramiento sobre los programas de máster Uttamdeep Kaur, B.A. +49 89 547678 227 +49 177 910 90 98 master@munich-business-school.de
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