Mestrado

Acreditações

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Acreditado
6 Anos
04 jun 2019
Registo DGES
Registo inicial R/A-Ef 1067/2011 de 18-03-2011
Registo de alteração R/A-Ef 1067/2011/AL01 de 25-08-2014 | R/A-Ef 1067/2011/AL02 de 29-05-2015 | R/A-Ef 1067/2011/AL03 de 05-05-2017 | R/A-Ef 1067/2011/AL04 de 29-03-2018

Contacto

Paulo Pires
 Ala Autónoma, Gabinete 236

Período de aulas

Ínicio 06 set 2021
Fim 24 jun 2022

Propinas estudantes UE (2021/2022)

1.ºAno 7000.00 €
2.ºAno 1600.00 €

Propinas estudantes fora da UE (2021/2022)

1.ºAno 7000.00 €
2.ºAno 2800.00 €
De momento, as vagas para este curso estão todas preenchidas
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Plano de Estudos para 2021/2022

1º Ano
Comunicação
3.0 ECTS
E-Business
3.0 ECTS
Gestão de Recursos Humanos Internacional
3.0 ECTS
Gestão Intercultural
3.0 ECTS
Gestão Internacional, Ética e Responsabilidade Social
3.0 ECTS
Logística e Operações Globais
3.0 ECTS
Marketing Global
3.0 ECTS
Métodos de Investigação em Gestão Internacional
3.0 ECTS
Negociação
3.0 ECTS
Reporte Internacional
3.0 ECTS
Consultadoria Internacional
3.0 ECTS
Empreendedorismo e Redes
3.0 ECTS
Estratégia Internacional
3.0 ECTS
Finanças para Negócios Internacionais
3.0 ECTS
Negócios e Gestão Globais
6.0 ECTS
Projeto Internacional
6.0 ECTS
Optativas
Optativas
Optativas
2º Ano
Seminário de Projeto de Investigação em Gestão Internacional
6.0 ECTS
Dissertação em Gestão Internacional
54.0 ECTS
Projeto de Investigação em Gestão Internacional
54.0 ECTS

Optativas recomendadas

Optional courses will only be held if they achieve a minimum number of enrollments.

2nd semester

00744 | Management Information Systems and Erps (IBS | TPO)

00746 | Project Management Laboratory (IBS | TPO)

01656 | Brand Expression and Identity (IBS | Mkt)

01661 | Business Intercultural Communication (IBS | GG)

01924 | Business and Brand Strategy (IBS | Mkt)

01928 | Monetary Theory and Policy (IBS | Econ)

02148 | Topics in Industrial Economics (IBS | Econ)

02439 | Management Policies for Sustainability (IBS | TPO)

02778 | Financing Corporate Entrepreneurship: Connect to Success (IBS | Fin)

02879 | Human Resource Attraction, Selection and Development (IBS | RH)

02880 | Consulting and Diagnosis Techniques (IBS | CO)

02889 | Human Resource Analytics and Internal Auditing (IBS | RH)

02890 | Regulation and Labour Markets (IBS | Econ)

02893 | Organizational Intervention Techniques (IBS | CO)

03178 | Applied Economic Modelling (IBS | Econ)

03254 | Digital Marketing (IBS | Mkt)

03310 | International Organizations (IBS | GG)

03321 | Contemporary Labour Market (ECSH | EconP)

03322 | Economics of Banking and Financial Markets (IBS | Econ)

03394 | Corporate Governance (Sege) (IBS | GG)

M2609 | Supply Chain Management (2º Ciclo) (IBS | TPO)

M3507 | Forecasting Methods (2nd Cycle) (IBS | EAD)

M8486 | Management Consulting (IBS | GG)

M8497 | New Product Development (IBS | TPO)

M8506 | Tools of Marketing Communication (IBS | Mkt)

M8656 | History of Economic Thought (ECSH | EconP)

Objetivos

The aim of the master is to provide specialized training of academic nature with research activity, innovation or deepening of professional skills in the field of international management.

Goal 1 - Display effective written communication skills, including the following aspects: produce a well-structured document; demonstrate that the key messages have been clearly identified; express theoretical arguments to a specific application; summarize ideas and conclusions.

Goal 2 - Display effective oral communication skills, including the following aspects: select the appropriate format for a given presentation; demonstrate confidence and that the communication was well-prepared; develop and make presentations with impact.

Goal 3 - Develop critical thinking skills, including the following aspects: select and interpret relevant data and references from academic and non-academic sources; identify and debate ethical issues in business and management; formulate well-supported conclusions or solutions, apply appropriate methodologies or formulas to analyze and assess business issues and problems.

Goal 4-Our graduates will be prepared to operate in an intercultural environment including the following aspects: accept and understand differences in national cultures and acknowledge how these differences impact on ways of managing; demonstrate competency in communication and negotiation with partners from different countries.

Goal 5- Develop effective management skills for a global business environment including the following aspects: be competent to recognize and evaluate international strategies appropriate for different global settings and conditions; demonstrate competence integrating learning from different disciplines relevant to international business; demonstrate competence in the development of projects for specific business environments.

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