The Master's curriculum in industrial management prepares students to take on management responsibility in middle management in private industry, the service sector or public administrations. The Master's study programme has an individually selectable course of training in selected areas of business management, engineering and science and the media sciences to offer students a flexible training strategy with a whole range of opportunities for meeting the demands of globalisation in the labour world and the international interlinking of companies.
The objectives of study are training engineering and business management experts and providing theoretical instruction with an extensively hands-on approach to make them sufficiently capable of applying engineering and management techniques both in small and medium-sized businesses and in industrial heavyweights while working creatively in a team and being active on an intercultural scale with a knowledge of foreign languages.
Graduates of the industrial management curriculum will be given the skills they need to take on technical and management assignments in the private economy and administration. Industrial heavyweights offer career opportunities in specific functional areas while work is generally interdisciplinary in small and medium-sized businesses. The interdisciplinary nature of this programme of training gives graduates access to the areas of work below on the national and global labour market: management, controlling, marketing, logistics, project/quality management, project/product development, planning and design, support and service.
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The programme was launched in January 2015.
The programme foresees the joint development and realisation of the double degree Master`s programme "Industrial Management M.A." in English language at the Belarusian State University and the Hochschule Mittweida University of Applied Sciences.
The aims of the project are on the one hand to strengthen Management knowledge in Middle and Eastern Europe and on the other hand to exploit the scientific and technological potential of economic regions as well as to encourage the cooperation in the European educational and economic sphere.
Partners of the programme are representatives of German business (in particular the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the city Chemnitz, the Institute for Cooperation with Business of the city Mittweida and the company Niles Simmons Industrianlagen GmbH) and Belarusian business unions (the Minsk Capital Union of Entrepreneurs and Employees, the Confederation of Industrials and Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Belarus).
The Programme coordinator of the German side is the Faculty of Industrial Engineering at Hochschule Mittweida University of Applied Sciences, the contact person is Prof. Serge Velesco.
The Programme is supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
Application process is regulated by the Order of admission to the Master`s degrees of high educational institutions of Belarus. According to the point 4 of the Order, to apply for the second step of the high education process in Belarus can those who got higher education based on the higher education program and can attest it by the relevant document of education. The procedure of applying is regulated by the Order of admissions to the Master's degree programmes of the BSU. Student's enrollment proceeds after passing the exam (entrance test) in management and an interview established in English language.
Start of semester: 1st of September. Late application for international students until 1st of October possible.
Tuition fee for foreign citizens – about 2250 US dollars pro semester.
Tuition fee for Belarusian citizens – 2915 BYR pro semester (approximate).
Heads and developers of study modules are leading BSU lecturers with international experience.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Informational Technologies in Business
Industrial and Logistics Management
Industrial Audit and Controlling
Industrial Audit and Controlling