An undergraduate program in the field of management and global business
Our Bachelor of Science in Global Management is designed to train young professionals to critically assess different contexts and situations of global business and of embrace cultural diversity.
The BSc in Global Management is a full-time on-campus three-year program for a total of 180 ECTS. It is taught entirely in English and boasts small class sizes to provide students with individual support thanks to innovative approaches to teaching such as blended and flipped learning.
What to expect?
This non-specilaized undergraduate global business degree combines rigorous academic foundations in all fields of management with practical insights from the professional world. After the Bachelor's, students can continue towards TSM Master’s programs or elsewhere in the world.
Over the three years in the BSc programme, students are expected to spend either one semester or one year abroad in one of TSM’s partner universities. The international dimension of the program aims at:
providing solid basic theoretical, analytical, and technical skills in management to implement solutions to important global problems,
encouraging students to learn inside the classroom and outside the classroom,
offering a dynamic collaborative international community, including faculty, students, alumni, corporate partners, and international academic partners,
delivering graduates with important personal, interpersonal, and multicultural skills and abilities,
distinguishing its students for their scientific rigor, analytical thinking, and ethical awareness.
The educational philosophy is based on three stages: Awake (year 1), Develop (year 2), Accelerate (year 3).
In the first year, students will attend courses introducing fundamentals of management science, international institutions, and comparative political systems. Furthermore, students will take fundamental courses in accounting, finance, marketing, and business economics for a successful academic path.
In the second year, the emphasis shifts to alternative perspectives on and specific contexts of innovation, project management, geopolitics, governance, and legal environment. This will allow students to gain an understanding of entrepreneurship and sustainable development.
In the third year, students dig further into theoretical models and analytical skills to allow them to refine their critical thinking ability.
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