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International Project Management Program

About the Program

The International Project Management (IPM) program is a rigorous two-year master’s level course tailored for individuals seeking a global perspective in project management. It equips students with a comprehensive understanding of international business strategy, project management methodologies, cultural dynamics, and leadership skills required for managing projects in a global context.

Throughout the course, students will earn a total of 120 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credits, distributed over four semesters.


Program Breakdown

Year 1

Total Credits: 60 ECTS

  • Semester 1
    • Principles of Project Management (10 ECTS) – The core principles and methodologies of effective project management.
    • Global Business Environment (10 ECTS) – Analysis of the political, economic, and social factors impacting international business operations.
    • Quantitative Methods for Decision Making (10 ECTS) – Understanding and applying data analysis tools for effective decision-making.
  • Semester 2
    • International Project Finance and Budgeting (10 ECTS) – Understanding and managing finances in an international project context.
    • International Risk Management (10 ECTS) – Identifying and mitigating risks in global projects.
    • Cross-Cultural Management (10 ECTS) – Developing strategies for effective cross-cultural communication and team management.

Year 2

Total Credits: 60 ECTS

  • Semester 3
    • Global Strategic Management (10 ECTS) – Studying the formulation and implementation of strategies in an international context.
    • International Supply Chain Management (10 ECTS) – Learning to manage, control, and improve international supply chains.
    • Ethics and Social Responsibility in Project Management (10 ECTS) – Emphasizing ethical conduct and social responsibility in project management.
  • Semester 4
    • Master’s Thesis (30 ECTS) – Original research or comprehensive study on a topic related to International Project Management.

Key Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the International Project Management program, students will be able to:

  • Grasp and apply project management methodologies to international projects.
  • Understand and analyze the global business environment and its impact on project execution.
  • Manage and control project finances and risks in an international context.
  • Implement strategies for effective cross-cultural communication and team management.
  • Adopt ethical conduct and social responsibility in project management.
  • Synthesize learned concepts and theories into a comprehensive master’s thesis.

Through a mix of theory, practical applications, and research, this program will equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel as project managers in an increasingly global and complex business environment.

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