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American Institute of Applied Sciences in Switzerland Master Degree in International Business Administration
American Institute of Applied Sciences in Switzerland

Master Degree in International Business Administration

La Tour-de-Peilz, Switzerland

24 Months

English

Full time

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22 Apr 2024

CHF 7,333 / per semester

On-Campus

Introduction

The Master of Science in International Business Administration program provides graduates with hands-on experience via internships and close links to the industry.

At the same time, students benefit from a holistic approach that encompasses Ethics, Law, Sustainability, and Entrepreneurship while developing creativity, communication, and team building. Professors who work within their field of specialization guide and assist students in embarking on their tailored career paths.

Why AUS?

At AUS top-tier internationally diverse classmates share professional experiences and form synergistic groups where mutual commitment and joint accountability lead to highly effective teams.

The curriculum links cutting-edge business theory to practical application as students are guided to solve real-world challenges. This environment emphasizes collaboration and team building alongside healthy competition.

Lead and manage today’s competitive global marketplace

Our goal at AUS is for our MIBA students to be fully prepared to lead and manage today’s competitive global marketplace. Our curriculum is application-based through experiential learning and focuses on the hard and soft skills business leaders will need in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).

Real-world lessons and best practices

All courses are taught in English by leading business visionaries in small dynamic cohorts. All professors have experience in successful business ventures, providing our students with real-world lessons learned and best practices. Our professors share their challenges and successes with the students, giving them a front-line education.

Deep working relationship between students and professors

Our faculty-student ratio is roughly 1:7, facilitating a deeper working relationship between students and professors than at other universities. The small class size, approximately 20 students per class, provides students with optimum personal interaction, allowing professors to mentor and advisor many students.

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