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Sectoral Management

Study your master at UCT Prague

This Master study programme is primarily designed for applicants from abroad. Students are required to pay a tuition fee. All courses are conducted in English. The study programme is accredited by the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports and are in accordance with Bologna Process - European Higher Education Area requirements.

 

Sectoral Management

Sectoral Management

The MSc programme prepares highly skilled professionals for mid- and top-level management positions in industry, industrial policy, innovation policy, commercial policy and finance, while allowing further pursuit of academic and research careers in PhD programmes. The programme has two specializations, Innovation Project Management and Chemical Industry, and offers top-tier business science education, assuring a high demand for graduates from prospective employers together with a wide range of international career perspectives.

Specialization - Chemical Industry

The Chemical Industry curriculum provides you with advanced expertise in subjects including Economics, Project Management, Strategic Management, Financial Management, Marketing, with an extension in Industrial Chemistry and Product Ecology, as well as a number of technical electives relevant for your major, completing your professional profile. → more

Specialization - Inovation Project Management

The Innovation Project Management curriculum provides you with advanced expertise in subjects including Economics, Project Management, Strategic Management, Financial Management, and Marketing, with extensions in Production Systems and Innovation Management. → more

Programme Details

Language of instruction English
Duration 2 years
Form of study Full time
Place of study Prague
Capacity 180 students
Programme Code AN901

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