About this course
A multitude of political, social, and cultural forces drive economic decisions in our globalized world. To understand these forces, students need to learn about the many challenges facing today’s firms and economies. These include resource depletion, financial crises, ethical questions, and social exclusion. The program Global Economics and Management looks at the classical studies of business administration and economics within a global context and combines them with knowledge from political science, sociology, ethics, and engineering. Students gain a transdisciplinary understanding of global economic challenges with an emphasis on sustainable development and responsible leadership.
- Qualifications accepted by the university.
- English Language Proficiency Test.