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General information

The Master's degree programme in Business Administration at Radboud University is a one-year, full-time study programme with eight specialisations: Business Analysis and Modelling, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, International Business, Marketing, Organisational Design and Development, Strategic Human Resource Leadership, Gender Equality Diversity and Inclusion in Management and Strategic Management. Radboud University also offers a Joint European Master's programme: the European Master's in System Dynamics.

The Master's degree programme in Business Administration gives you a broad, social perspective on organisations that goes beyond management and economics to include multiple value creation and corporate social responsibility. You need more than analytical business skills to understand and succeed in today's global business environment. The programme aims at multiple value creation: it devotes equal attention to economic aspects and to organisational and social processes. This attention for the big picture provides better understanding of the importance of good management and can potentially improve the performance of all kinds of organisations.

Studying abroad 
The Nijmegen School of Management believes it is important for students to complete part of their studies at a university abroad. This enriches the study programme with knowledge and skills that are necessary to function in an internationally-oriented and multicultural society, a global economy and job market. The Nijmegen School of Management has over 180 Erasmus contracts, and more than 50 bilateral agreements with universities outside of Europe. For more information, go to the website of the International Mobility Office.

Career service
Whether you are a first-year Bachelor's or a Master's student, the Career service helps you to understand what you need to do to prepare thoroughly for entering the job market.

Honours programme
The Radboud Honours Academy offers talented and motivated students at Radboud University the opportunity to take a challenging, supplementary programme.