International Business Marketing and Brand Management

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Welcome to the master
programme at NHH.
Torolf Myklebust,
Office of Student and
Academic Affairs
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MSc in Economics and Business
Administration
• 8 specialisations available:
- Business Analysis and Performance Management
- Economic Analysis
- Economics
- Energy, Natural Resources and the Environment
- Financial Economics
- International Business
- Marketing and Brand Management
- Strategy and Management
• Overview of courses taught in English available in the Study Handbook.
• The degree amounts to 120 credits – 12 courses (7,5 credits) and a thesis (30
credits)
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Study Plan MIB (total 120 credits)
• Major (45 credits)
1
Course
Course
Course
Course
2
Course
Course
Course
Course
3
Course/
Exchange
Course/
Exchange
Course/
Exchange
Course/
Exchange
4
Thesis
- 6 courses
- Choose at least 2 mandatory courses out of 5
possible
• Minor (30 credits)
- If you find a minor that offers enough courses in
English you may use it as a minor
- If you do not find one minor –choose 6 elective
courses out of the available courses
• Elective courses (15 credits)
- Choose two elective course from any profile
• Exchange will normally count for 4 courses
– minor
• Thesis (30 credits)
Study Plan MBM (total 120 credits)
• Major (45 credits)
1
Course
Course
Course
Course
2
Course
Course
Course
Course
3
Course/
Exchange
Course/
Exchange
Course/
Exchange
Course/
Exchange
4
Thesis
- 6 courses
- 2 mandatory courses out of 3 possible
• Minor (30 credits)
- If you find a minor that offers enough courses in
English you may use it as a minor
- If you do not find one minor –choose 6 elective
courses out of the available courses
• Electives courses (15 credits)
- Choose two elective course from any profile
• Exchange will normally count for 4
courses – minor
• Thesis (30 credits)
Study Plan ENE (total 120 credits)
• Major (45 credits)
1
Course
Course
Course
Course
2
Course
Course
Course
Course
3
Course/
Exchange
Course/
Exchange
Course/
Exchange
Course/
Exchange
4
Thesis
- 6 courses
- 1 mandatory method course out of 5 possible
- 3 seminars (or 2 seminars + 1 intenship) can
replace one course
• Minor (30 credits)
- If you find a minor that offers enough courses in
English you may use it as a minor
- If you do not find one minor –choose 6 elective
courses out of the available courses
• Electives courses (15 credits)
- Choose two elective course from any profile
• Exchange will normally count for 4
courses – minor
• Thesis (30 credits)
ENE seminars
• Only 1 course may be replaced in your major profile
• But you may also replace 1 course amongst your elective
courses
• First seminar starts next week –important to be there from the
beginning since they normally only last a week – mandatory
attendance.
Exemptions
• Possible to apply for exemption of courses if you have
taken similar courses at another institution. Can not be
part of your admission requirements
Application deadline: September 1st
Required:
- level (master)
- credits (at least 7,5 credits)
- content (topics / content).
At least 60 credits of your master degree must be taken at NHH
International opportunities
Exchange semester
CEMS Master in International Management
Double degree
Further information on Tuesday at 12:15 in Finn Kydland auditorium.
Important:
Courses – normally 7,5 credits
- 4 courses / 30 credits full semester load.
Access to the examination requires course approval;
- course responsible sets the criteria for the approval
- details in the course description in the Study Handbook
Exam only held in the same semester as teaching takes place.
There may be clashes in the schedule and examination plan.
Not all planned courses for the next semester will be given.
Make yourself familiar with available
information
Plan the whole programme (2 years)
when you choose courses this
semester.
Choose courses that fits in with an
exchange semester – if you are
planning to go on exchange.
In need of a student counselor?
Student counselors are available each day from 12:00-14:30
Book a meeting in the Information Center or by e-mail:
stud@nhh.no
Semester start (from now until September 1st)
Week 34
Information Centre is open
Monday - Wednesday
09.00 – 15.00
You may book a meeting with a counselor or drop in for questions
in the Information Centre.
Please read the Study plan, regulations etc. before you make an
appointment.
NHH.no
Student pages
• New student
• Study Handbook
• Schedules
• Examination dates
• It’s Learning
• StudentWeb
• NHH – A - Z
• Form download
• News
• FAQ
User Account - Computer
ICT rules must be signed when you take your photo
User name: s14xxxx (Your student number)
Password: Nhh!pincodepincode
Example:
Nhh!12341234
Password must be changed at first logon.
User support – Office in the Library and in the New Wing
Check your student email
All information from NHH will be sent on your student e-mail address
Kari.Normann@student.nhh.no alias s14xxxx@student.nhh.no
Forward if you do not want to check several email accounts
Internet access in the Hostels
• http://www.sib.no/hostels/internet
• User name and password will be the same as at NHH
• Be sure to loggon to a computer at NHH before trying to connect to the
internet at the hostel
Course registration
• Semester Fee to be paid – wait three workdays
• Through StudentWeb
• Semester Card will be sent to you at your address in
Norway approximately 3 days after your registration
Course registration
•
Use the same username and password as to your IT account
•
Deadline: September 1 st / February 1st
•
Withdrawal – as soon as you know – at latest three weeks
before the examination date
Course registration
• Restricted access course
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FIE401E Empirical Finance
FIE435 Financial Modelling
FIE445 Project Finance
INB422C International Strategy (only CEMS-students)
• Earlier deadline – August 19th
• Priority groups for admission to courses with limited access will be as
follows
1. CEMS-students (NB! CEMS-students will only be given top priority for CEMScourses, otherwise they will be ranked according to point nr. 4)
2. Master students with the course in the major
3. Master students with the course in the minor
4. Exchange students/ Master students who will take the course as an elective course.
If there are more applicants than available places for the course, students in same
category will be ranked by means of drawing lots.
• Within the same category of students -major/minor profile the students are ranked
according to the number of credits taken. Students with 60 credits or more have the
highest ranking, thereafter students with 30-59 credits, and then students with 0-29
credits.
• NHH students on exchange cannot get access to courses with restricted access.
Right to study
To keep your right to study
- Confirm you Educational Plan before September 1st
Regulation for the Master of Science Programme in Economics and Business
Administration
• Three years right to study
• The right to study will normally cease if a students progression shows no
credits after one semester or less than 15 credits after two semesters
Three attempts to sit each exam – IF there is offered an exam in the course.
Photo for Student Card
Place: Library
Time: This week
Remember your PIN code
How to:
• Find your name in the list
• Take Photo
• Approve
Study halls and group rooms
No reservation
If you leave the desk for more than 30 minutes – you must clean the desk
If you accompany kids to the day care center (barnehage) – there is a
special arrangement – contact the Information Centre
Group rooms
Reservations to be made at: booking.nhh.no
Book Lockers
In the Service Building and New Wing
Will be handed August 26th and 27th, in the Information Centre
Special Examination Arrangements
Application:
Deadline for application: September 1st or February 1st
The need must be confirmed by a doctor / specialist:
- Diagnosis / description of the problem
- Needs / Recommendation
- Dyslexia
More information:
Contact Inger D. Eikeland in the Section for Timetabling and Exam
It’s learning
• Our e-learning system (nhh.itslearning.com)
• Username and password - the same as your IT account
• Access the day after your registration
• The courses you have registered for will automatically show
Master programme board (PMU)
Has the academic responsibility for the master programmes
• Quality control and evaluation of the courses
• Discuss suggested changes raised by for instance students or lecturers
Welcome week program
Tuesday
Wednesday
11.45 – 12.00 Library
11.00 – 11.30 SiB – Aud A
12.00 – 13.00 Profile meetings
12.15 – 13.00 International
Opportunities
ENE – Finn Kydland Aud
INB – Agnar Sandmo Aud
MBM – Aud 24
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Presentations of all profiles
Thursday
10.15 – 11.00: Short Presentation in plenary – Aud D
11.15 – 11.45 og 12.00 – 12.30:
Separate Presentations
FIE – Aud D
STR – Agnar Sandmo
INB – aud 22
MBM – aud 23
ENE – aud 24
ECN – Finn Kydland
BUS – Jan Mossin
ECO – aud 13
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Questions?
Opening hours
Information Center
• 18.-20. August: kl 09.00-15.00
• Monday to Friday
kl 09.00-11.15 and 12.00-14.30
stud@nhh.no

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