Program Listing (with map)
Since 1988, the PreMBA program has aimed to prepare international students for admission and successful study in competitive American MBA programs.
High-quality, international, personal, interactive, varied and complete… that is how participants describe their MaastrichtMBA learning journey! Our MBA is a two-year part-time executive programme that focuses on responsible leadership. In this context we actively stimulate you to develop skills to lead yourself, your team and your organisation.
Are you passionate about learning in the workplace? Do you see the benefits of personal development for both individuals and businesses? And would you like to know more about how knowledge creation can keep companies competitive? Then Management of Learning might be the perfect programme for you. It combines elements from economics, business, human resource management and learning sciences. You’ll have the competencies you need to work in human resources, more specifically Human Resource Development. Upon graduation, you’ll have all the knowledge and skills you’ll for a career as Learning and Development professional.
We create a unique opportunity for an internationally-oriented educational program in auditing that addresses the issues of the audit profession on a global basis and prepares students to enter the profession fully prepared to practice in Europe, the United States or emerging economies.
The master’s programme in International Business has twelve specialisations.
Accounting & Control (part-time)
Entrepreneurship & SME Management
Strategic Corporate Finance
Information Management & Business Intelligence
Organisation: Management, Change & Consultancy
Strategy & Innovation
Supply Chain Management
Are you interested in economics and information technology? And would you like to learn how to use new technologies to improve productivity and profitability? Then you should consider getting a master’s in Information and Network Economics. It is one of the few academic programmes in the world to combine economics and business with information technology. You’ll learn to think conceptually about information technologies and their impact on businesses. After you’ve completed the programme, your ability to develop policies and strategies that address ICT challenges in a business environment will make you a great asset to IT companies and consultancy firms. But you could also find rewarding work at universities or governments.
Are you interested in human behaviour, psychology and empirical research? Do you love coming up with solutions to complex problems? And would you like to be the person people look to whenever a difficult decision has to be made? Then the master’s programme in Human Decision Science is the perfect programme for you. It takes the clarity of economic and game-theoretic decision analysis, and combines it with the human factors of bounded rationality, biases and emotions from psychology. You’ll study different facets of both fields, ranging from the neuropsychological basis of decision making to the mechanics behind decisions on a macro level. After completing the programme, you’ll be able to work on complex decision-making problems and you’ll be well equipped for a career in senior and executive positions.
Are you a creative thinker who can innovate to achieve a competitive edge? Are you interested in supply chain management processes and how they can be improved? And would you like to make a real difference to a company that wants to compete in a dynamic, international marketplace? If so, the master’s programme in Global Supply Chain Management and Change may be the perfect way to start your career.
Are you a creative and analytical thinker? Do you like coming up with smart solutions for tax problems? And would you love to learn about all the ins and outs of the tax system? Then Fiscal Economics might be just the thing for you. This master’s programme merges insights from economics, business economics and law. It’s quality is recognised by the Dutch Order of Tax Advisors (NOB).
Do you follow the latest news on stock markets, derivatives, interest rates, inflation and exchange rates? Are you intrigued by the role of central banks, for example the part the ECB played in saving the financial system? Or would you like to come up with new business models that can be introduced in the financial sector, since the old ones no longer seem to work? If so, the master’s in Financial Economics can be your passport to the world of financial markets. It brings together expertise in finance, general economics and quantitative techniques in a unique, multidisciplinary approach not found elsewhere.