Master’s Week are a short program specially tailored to the needs of our Master’s students. Selected modules are taught in New York or London. The program is complemented by cultural activities. In this way, Master’s students (and alumni) have the opportunity to deepen their specialist knowledge, gain valuable international experience, network and discover different metropolises within a very short period of time!
- You are studying in one of our master’s degree programs or have completed one of them within the last year
- You have English language skills at B2 level (proof of TOEIC, TOEFL, IELTS or an internal university English certificate or test).
- Teaching of the corresponding module
- Depending on the course of study, award of 5 ECTS or receipt of a certificate of attendance possible
- Cultural program (depending on availability)
- Guest speaker (depending on availability)
- Welcome or Farewell Brunch/Lunch
Subject to change!
- Arrival and departure/accommodation
Travel to and from the program is to be organized by the participants themselves and is not included in the program fees. Since the first day of the program starts in the morning, we recommend that you book your flights so that you arrive the day before the program starts. The return flight can be chosen freely.
The module Leadership and Management examines the topics of leadership concepts and methods in the field of tension between the paradigms of strategic management, systematic leadership theory and new leadership methods. Where are the traditions of strategic management still visible today? What is the significance of systematic leadership theory for the leadership and motivation of employees? How effective are new leadership methods? And how can leadership concepts and strategies be developed and evaluated in a constantly changing, complex environment? These are precisely the questions addressed by the one-week NYC Master Week – Leadership and Management.
Dates: August 26 – August 30, 2024
fee: 690 EUR
application deadline: April 15, 2024
The module Behavioral Decision Making examines the topics of thinking processes that underlie judgment and decision-making, and the pros and cons of both rational (analytical) and intuitive decision-making (system 1 and system 2). The module also tackles the most common errors in managerial decision making (both at the individual and group levels) and why these biases happen.
In this one-week program participants will learn how to effectively negotiate and acquire practical skills for improving judgments and making effective decisions. They will understand how to overcome decision-making biases in order to improve the quality of individual and group decision-making procedures, and the design of appropriate choice architectures.
Dates: August 19 – August 23, 2024
Fee: 690 EUR
Application deadline: April 15, 2024
In this module you will learn how categorize the fundamental and underlying processes that arise in the context of a new
venture definition, market-introduction, and scaling-up the business. You will also discuss theoretical and conceptual definitions and models of finding, evaluating, anddefining business ideas in the market. Las but not least you will generate plans to start a new business venture and apply their theoretical knowledge to practice. In the end you will formulate, present, and defend a new business venture proposal in practice.
For participating in the Master’s Weeks in London, you will receive a certificate from the AHK (Chamber of Foreign Trade) London in addition to the participation certificate from the Fresenius University of Applied Sciences.