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Leadership and Organization: Societal Challenges and Organizational Changes, Master's Program (Two-year)
The program will equip you with advanced knowledge of leadership and organization theory. You will be looking at societal challenges facing both people and organizations, which require collaboration across sectors such as globalization and digitalization.
This two-year master’s Program provides you with in-depth knowledge and understanding of the challenges facing today’s organizations and businesses, focusing on the relationship between societal challenges and leadership and organization as well as the intersection between the private, public and non-profit sector. The education is multidisciplinary and includes perspectives from sociology, pedagogy, business administration and political science.
Bachelor's degree, consisting of 180 credits. The equivalent of English B/ English 6 in Swedish secondary school.
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Degree of Master of Arts (120 Credits) with a Major in Leadership and Organization.
To obtain a degree a minimum of 120 credits is required. At least 90 credits must be second cycle courses within the main area Leadership and Organization. The program's compulsory second and fourth semester courses must be completed and included in the degree.
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Malmö University is characterised by global engagement, community involvement, and a multidisciplinary, challenge-based approach to education, research and collaboration. A young innovative, urban and international institute of higher education located in the very south of Sweden. We offer English-taught programmes...
Why study at Malmö University
Malmö has undergone major developments in the past two decades, especially since the opening of the Öresund bridge and the founding of Malmö University. You may be surprised to learn that the city regularly collects accolades in all kinds of international rankings:
- Promotes an entrepreneurial and innovative learning environment that influences and is influenced by the education and research at Malmö University. For instance, Forbes identified Malmö as the 4th most innovative city in the world, largely thanks to its impressively high ratio of patents per inhabitant.
- Malmö has also been ranked the world’s 6th most bike-friendly city. No surprise there, given that the world’s #1, Copenhagen, is just across the water! Ideal conditions for students that prefer the cheap and healthy way to get from A to B.
- In the European Commission’s “Quality of life” survey, Malmö residents are among the happiest in the continent: Regularly, 95% and more report being “satisfied” or “very satisfied” with their life. Given that around 40% of Malmö’s
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