MAS - International Organizations Master in Business Administration – IO-MBA

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Objective
Master advanced management skills and practices commonly used in intergovernmental, public and non-profit organizations
Analyze fundamental concepts of change management in complex organizational settings.
Explore risk analysis and decision-making mechanisms.
Strengthen leadership and team management skills.
Gain project management skills and set up innovative solutions
Develop a professional network to share knowledge and expertise around the world
Audience
IO-MBA is designed for professionals who work for – or aspire to work for – IOs, NGOs, NPOs or Social Enterprise in managerial positions.
Our alumni network counts over 250 leaders in diverse sectors from all over the world
Programme

24 modules divided into 3 pillars :   

  • The global context: the political, economic and legal environment within multilateral organizations, 9 modules including:• Leadership and Management in NPOs • Practice of International Relations • Cross Sector Partnerships
  • Management tools in the international environment: to meet the management, communication and organizational challenges, 9 modules including: • Performance and Resource Management in NPOs• Communication, Fundraising and Advocacy• Designing Development Projects
  • Professional development: leadership skills, tools and know-how to succeed in a competitive international environment, 6 modules including: • Team-Leadership• Effective Communication• Managing across cultures

Master thesis:

  • Full time: based on an Internship / Consultancy within an IO/NPO
  • Part time: based on participants’ professional activity
Directors
Prof. Tina AMBOS and Prof. Thomas STRAUB, Geneva School of Economics and Management (GSEM), University of Geneva
Co-ordinator
Rose ACHEAMPONG, University of Geneva
Partnership
Double degree programs with prestigious universities such as Georgetown University, Washington D.C. • MGIMO (Moscow Institute of International Relations) • Pittsburgh University • National University of Singapore • Yonsei University, South Korea • Various collaborations with international and non-governmental organizations
15th edition

Duration
Full-Time MBA
: 10 months
September 2018 to June 2019

Part-Time MBA: 2 or 3 years from September 2018

Registration deadline
3 admission rounds
15 November, 1 March and 15 May

Part-time:
On a rolling basis depending on availability

Registration fee
CHF 39'500.-
Chèque formation

Information
GSEM Executive
+41 (0) 22 379 89 71
iomba(at)unige.ch

Programme
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