As a commencing student you may have many questions: What does the desired course of studies teach me? How do I apply? What are the requirements for admission to studying at MCI, and what is the application deadline? What are my career options after graduation? Below you will find all the answers and information you may need.
The course is unique in that it integrates management content with communication science and modern technology with reference to international developments.
The Management, Communication & IT Master’s degree trains students to become experts in digitization. They are qualified to take on positions requiring them to provide solutions to business-related problems, to draw on profound marketing know-how and knowledge in corporate communications, as well as to be familiar with the innovative application of information and communications technologies. The course is taught entirely in English in order to meet the requirements of an international career.
The Management, Communication & IT Master’s degree has been designed for individuals with an organizational interest in the digital world and the aim to obtain a qualification as an executive or organizational manager. Graduates may opt for a career as a consultant in communications or the creative industry, choose to enter the IT sector or found a successful startup.
Applications for admission are accepted on a rolling basis. The required documents are to be submitted online. Applicants are welcome to apply for multiple programs of study, as long as a plausible rationale is given. The final decision may be taken by the end of the application procedures.
Entrance exam& Interview
*recommended for applications from non-EU countries
Career background - 30%A strong focus is placed on the applicant’s previous education, qualifications obtained and professional experience where relevant plus the applicant’s stated educational and professional goals.
Written entrance exam - 30%A written entrance exam (general business and management, understanding of information technologies and their implications in global business, English language skills) is designed to assess the applicant's apptitude for the program.
Interview - 40%The interview offers an opportunity for a personal presentation and a discussion of the application documents and the applicant's educational and professional goals.
MCI study programs stand out due to the quality of their content, relevance to the business world, and their international orientation. The close cooperation with partners from industry and integrative internships enable students to gain practical experience as early as in their Bachelor’s studies. In addition to providing expert knowledge, MCI places great importance on encouraging personal development and the development of social and intercultural competencies.
The curriculum includes courses on strategic management and e-business, management information systems, corporate communications, personnel management as well as applied research, innovation, and business formation.
Semester Credit Units| ECTS-Credits
Double degrees show the intensive collaboration between partner universities all over the world, like our long lasting relation to our sister University in Omaha, Nebraska. The primary purpose of this dual degree program is to provide this integration by enabling students to complete either a Master of Arts in MCiT and a Master of Science in MIS or a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree simultaneously. These dual degrees are designed for dedicated students who are willing to take on the challenges related to graduate education from a global perspective – a European and an American lens with a joint area of emphasis on understanding Management, Communication & IT. As such, this program involves intensive transatlantic preparation through a one year study abroad engagement in the second year of their study programs.
Master of Arts & Master of Science in MIS - http://www.isqa.unomaha.edu/ginternational.htm
University of Omaha Nebraska – www.unomaha.edu
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In order to ensure the transfer of learning and to enable students to develop relevant competencies, MCI has defined clear cross-curricular learning goals. These describe, in detail, the knowledge and skills acquired by our graduates on completion of their studies at MCI.
Our graduates have fundamental knowledge and skills in management science.
Our students can explain and apply current concepts and theories in management science.
Our graduates have basic knowledge and skills in scientific methodology.
Our students can apply relevant theories and appropriate scientific methods in real-world contexts.
Our graduates have relevant problem-solving skills.
Our students can make active use of critical thinking skills in analogue or digital contexts.
Our students can approach problems responsibly considering ethical issues.
Our graduates have effective communication skills.
Our students can communicate effectively in analogue contexts.
Our students can communicate effectively in digital contexts.
Our graduates will be able to integrate communication technology in the management process in order to create innovations in business.
Our students are able to clearly identify technological opportunities; Our students are able to design, plan and realize the integration of IT and Management in business.
Our graduates will have the ability to co-create the digital world.
Our students are able to understand digital consumer behavior patterns; Our students are able to design and create innovative businesses and services.
One of the most essential components of MCI study programs is their international orientation. This is reflected not only in the curriculum and assigned projects, but also in the backgrounds of our faculty and students. Each program also includes the opportunity for students to spend a semester abroad at one of MCI’s many partner institutions.
Double degrees show the intensive collaboration between partner universities all over the world, like our long lasting relation to our sister University in Omaha, Nebraska. The primary purpose of this dual degree program is to provide this integration by enabling students to complete either a Master of Arts in MCiT and a Master of Science in MIS or a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree simultaneously.
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These dual degrees are designed for dedicated students who are willing to take on the challenges related to graduate education from a global perspective – a European and an American lens with a joint area of emphasis on understanding Management, Communication & IT. As such, this program involves intensive transatlantic preparation through a one year study abroad engagement in the second year of their study programs.
Further InformationMaster of Arts & Master of Science in MIS - http://www.isqa.unomaha.edu/ginternational.htmUniversity of Omaha Nebraska – www.unomaha.edu
Graduates of the program are conferred the academic title of Master of Arts in Business, in short MA or M.A. This is attested by a leaving certificate, the Master diploma, the international diploma supplement, and further documents where relevant. We recommend graduates to combine the academic degree with the MCI brand: e.g. MA (MCI). This is to provide trust and orientation in an increasingly non-transparent international education market.
MCI Alumni & Friends provides a dynamic service platform promoting contacts, image, professional careers, and personal development of MCI and its graduates. We are delighted with all the graduates who choose to stay in touch even long after completion of their studies, and allowing us to be a part of their various careers: