Applicants are normally required to fulfill the admission criteria of both Kingston University and Neu-Ulm University, as follows: A good UK honours degree (minimum lower-second class honours (2:2), or equivalent); this amounts to 180 ECTS points, and should be supplemented by one of the following experiences: a minimum of six months professional experience related to the international enterprise information management course field; or a co-authorship of a peer-reviewed research paper (in English). OR A degree from Germany, equivalent to upper-second class honours degree classification, amounting to 210 ECTS points.
Months of entry
Please note: this programme is only offered to home/EU students.
The International Enterprise Information Management MSc is offered as a partnership between Kingston University and Neu-Ulm University and leads to a dual degree from both universities. The programme is designed to develop new knowledge and skills that are particularly important to design and implement information systems strategies in international organisations.
You will have the opportunity to enhance your personal and professional development by studying in both countries together with your colleagues from the other university and by undertaking an international internship in the 'other' country (German students will complete the internship in the UK while UK students will complete theirs in Germany), in an international business organisation.
As a student of this programme you will gain a strong theoretical background which will greatly increase your employability in international information management. The international focus of the programme, in combination with the internship experience opportunity will inform your International Project and enable you to succeed in a global setting.
The programme is delivered in both countries in English (the first teaching block at Neu-Ulm University and the second teaching block at Kingston University).
What will you study
The study includes fundamental elements of business organisations and an understanding of the strategic value of information systems (IS), its design and architecture and its role in the efficiency of complex international customer oriented operations. On completion of the taught modules you will have an opportunity to spend six months on an internship in industry, which is one of the key attractions of the programme.
Information for international students
The programme is only offered to home/EU students.
Fees and funding
Fees to be confirmed.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Admissions team
- 08448 547683/+44 (0)20 3308 9931