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This is a platform for infromation on Management Masters: most importantly on the Master in General Management or Business (MIM) and also on specialized Management Masters such as the MSc of Finance or Marketing. The website provides research articles, student blogs and a database with more than 1,000 programs.The Master in...
This is a platform for infromation on Management Masters: most importantly on the Master in General Management or Business (MIM) and also on specialized Management Masters such as the MSc of Finance or Marketing. The website provides research articles, student blogs and a database with more than 1,000 programs.
The Master in Management is a recently new phenomenon on the educational landscape and was severely fostered by the Europen Bologna Reform that turned 5-year diploma programs into the Anglo-Saxon Bachelor-Master structure. Now students need to decide what to do after the bachelor - and for those who want to continue in management the Master in Management is one next step.
The Master in Management Website is directly related to this development and closes a gap of a so far neglected topic. http://www.mim-compass.com
Hi everybody, I am the author of the MIM Compass and I have done my best to provide a high quality website that offers all information that one needs who is interested in postgraduate information on management. I particularly tried to point out the difference between the MBA and the Master in Management.