The MSc GIMA programme is offered as blended learning. At the beginning of each module there are 3 contact days in which the lectures are being held and the assignments explained. After that there is a period of distance learning of approximately 12 weeks. At the end of the module there are two examination days at one of the four universities. The modular set-up is shown below.
The modules can also be attended separately. This will result in separate certificates instead of a MSc certificate.
For the class of 2013 - 2014, the first day of introduction will be September 3 2013. The day before, on September 2 2013, GIMA will celebrate its' 10th anniversary! Be sure to be there.
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methods and techniques
management in organisations
advanced methods and techniques
Internship / MSc Thesis
MSc Thesis / Internship
- You can get expemption for the internship or modules if you can proof sufficient relevant experience.
- Introduction lectures, exams and presentations are given in contact weeks in the beginning and end of every module. For a detailed schedule of the required periods of attendance and the periods of distance education, have a look at the GIMA schedule 2013-2014. For detailed information about all aspects of the programme we refer to the the Course Catalogue. Be aware that this is still the 2012-2013 version and is still subject to change for 2013 - 2014. Download the Course Catalogue version 2012-2013.
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