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The training of executives is not limited to upper management. Professor Russ Moran talks about the training of the next generation of leaders.
Professor Robert C. Lieb talks about the strong competitive situation in the area of supply chain management.
Professor Marc H. Meyer, Co-Director of the Northeastern University Center for Entrepreneurship Education on innovation and growth.
Professor of Management and Organizational Development, Leonard Glick, on motivation.
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Northeastern University is considered to be leader in teaching, community engagement and research. Much emphasis is placed on in the classroom "Experiential Learning", i.e. learning through practical experience. In this way, students make their first contact with the world of work and can act more self-determined, because after all, it is about their personal future.
One of the most important values that the university is committed to is the contribution of each individual to the good of the community, and international students receive special support here. Maintaining ethical principles is just as important in everyday interaction on campus. In 2009, Northeastern was voted one of the "Best Up-and-Coming National Universities" by the US News & World Report.
Especially for international students, the university offers three postgraduate courses in the field of management and entrepreneurship at its School of Business. The D’Amore-McKim School of Business is in variousRankingsregularly among the top 50 and the programs in the area of international business even rank 15th in national rankings. No wonder: after all, it offers innovative programs that ideally correspond to the motto of the university: high practical relevance combined with excellent academic training.
Founding year: 1898
University type: Private college
Number of students: Total 25,376, 18069 undergraduate, 7307 postgraduate, international 2734
- AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business)
- NEASC-CIHE (New England Association of Schools and Colleges - Commission on Institutions of Higher Education)
The regular academic year at Northeastern University is in three terms divided into: Fall Term, Spring Term and Summer Term. In terms of duration, these correspond to one semester.
Fall 2021: beginning of September 2021 - mid-December 2021
The Northeastern University campus is right in the middle in the heart of Boston. The individual buildings of the university and their dormitories are spread out along Huntington Avenue in the Fenway-Kenmore district. The university is in close proximity to the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Museum of Fine Arts, the New England Conservatory and the Huntington Theater. It is not without reason that Huntington Avenue is also known as the "Avenue of the Arts".
The buildings of Northeastern University are very modern and well equipped. The individual faculties are distributed over several so-called quads, their Green areas to linger in summer invite you and even make you forget that you are in one of the largest metropolises in North America. The D’Amore-McKim School of Business is located in Dodge Hall on the Krentzman Quad, just across from the Office of International Study Programs.
The heart of the campus is the huge Snell Library, on the first two floors of which is the Digital Media Commons. Here the students even stand by 3D Printing Studio to disposal. Im recently renovated Curry Student Center the social life of the NU students takes place. In addition to plenty of comfortable seating, the five-story building also houses the food court, the bookstore, the many different student organizations and the Center of Community Service.
Northeastern University offers various accommodation options directly on campus. Students can stay here in apartments or in classic student dormitories. The university also has one Off-campus student service.
The following accommodation options are available:
- Apartment on campus
- Private apartments / hotels
The specific availability of the individual accommodation options may vary depending on the study program. You can find detailed information via the links or in the "free brochure" for the respective program. We are happy to answer any questions you may have.
The college city of Boston
Boston is the largest city in the New England region and, with a population of around 590,000, is the capital of the state of Massachusetts on the east coast of the United States. It has a mild climate with average temperatures of no more than 33 ° C in summer and -9 ° C in winter and has natural harbors that could be created because of the highly fragmented Massachusetts Bay.
The atmosphere of this region is characterized above all by the fact that it is closer to the former motherland England in culture and tradition than the rest of the USA; to this day, Boston looks “very British” with its Victorian houses. The city has a lot to offer, especially in terms of culture and history, for example the “Freedom Trail”: a red line that leads over sidewalks within a distance of four kilometers to 16 sites of the American independence movement, starting with the city park “Boston Common” “Through to graduation in Charlestown. The "Museum of Fine Arts" is one of the most important in New England, and the "Boston Athení¦um" is one of the oldest cultural institutions in Massachusetts with a library and art collections. The “Symphony Hall” and the “Boston Symphony Orchestra” residing in it are world-famous.
But you can also spend your free time here in a different way than culturally: for example, shopping, doing sports or just taking a walk, because Boston, as one of the oldest and most affluent cities in the USA, has many beautiful corners to offer. The nightlife is also very lively, especially in the pubs on Newbury Street or the nightclubs on Lansdowne Street.
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For postgraduate studies in Boston: Cooperation with Northeastern University
College Contact has a new partner university on the east coast of the USA for you: Northeastern University in Boston. As one of the most important educational and financial centers in the country, the metropolis is certainly one of the most interesting cities in North America for business students. It's good that College Contact can now place you for a postgraduate course at the renowned Northeastern University business school.
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The D'Amore-Kim School of Business at Northeastern University currently offers ten postgraduate courses in economics that are particularly exciting for international students.
Within two semesters (8 months), participants can either do a generalist graduate certificate in business administration or one of nine specialized graduate certificates, among others in areas such as supply chain management, technological entrepreneurship or innovation management.
While that Graduate Certificate in Business Administration special designed for international students the other two programs are open to both local and international students.
All programs consist of five graduate-level courses, for which MBA credits are awarded, so that these courses - subject to prior agreement - can be used on both a master's degree in the USA and a master's degree in Germany can be credited.
While all five courses are specified for the Graduate Certificate in Business Administration, the more specialized programs the possibility of taking one or two elective courses in addition to some compulsory courses and the program like that adapt to individual interests.
The Graduate Certificates can usually be started three times a year (January, May and September). In some cases there is a third start date in May. The duration of the course is eight months (two semesters).
The Graduate Certificates are not only academically challenging, but also designed to be very practicalso that they give attendees a real insight into the US way of doing business.
After completing the Graduate Certificate, participants can also apply if they are interested for theOptional practical training(OPT) apply, during which they can work in the USA for up to 12 months. In their search for an internship they will receive support from Northeastern University.
The tuition fees are currently included US $ 22,200 for the complete Graduate Certificate program.
To be admitted to Northeastern University's Graduate Certificates, applicants must have a bachelor's degree with a GPA from 3.0 or higher. For the Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management are also 3 years of work experience provided.
International applicants whose native language is not English must also have one Proof of language proficiency provide. This can be done either through a standardized language test such as the TOEFL or IELTS or through an interview with an employee of the admissions team at the School of Business.
The Dropping theGMAT is on the other hand not mandatory.
Degree programs / courses
Degree programs / courses in English
- Graduate Certificate in Accounting and Financial Decision Making
- Graduate Certificate in Corporate Renewal
- Graduate Certificate in Innovation Management
- Graduate Certificate in International Business
- Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Human Capital
- Graduate Certificate in Marketing
- Graduate Certificate in Masters of Technological Entrepreneurship (MSTE) Pathway
- Graduate Certificate in Business Administration
- Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management
- Graduate Certificate in Technological Entrepreneurship
International master’s students in economics have the opportunity to study abroad for one semester (four months) to study at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University.
Semester students can free from the courses offered in the MBA program choose, provided the respective course can be completed within one semester and the respective technical requirements are met. You can choose from courses such as Operations Management, Marketing and Customer Value or Innovation and Enterprise Growth.
After the semester has ended, the participants receive a Graduate Certificate for 12 credits (4-month certificate) As the business school of Northeastern University AACSB accredited is, the credits acquired there can usually be counted towards the master’s degree in Germany without any problems.
The tuition fee is one Fixed price for four courses with a total of 12 credits.
On request, it is also possible to take three courses with a total of 9 credits. The tuition fees are reduced to US $ 13,965. In this case, the participants will receive a transcript, but not a graduate certificate, as four courses would have to be completed for this.
For a semester stay at Northeastern University, students can Foreign BAföG apply for. If there is an individual entitlement to funding, the students receive a supplement to the living and travel costs and health insurance. There is also aGrant towards tuition fees, which can be a maximum of EUR 4600.
To be admitted to the Study Abroad Program of Northeastern University's Business School, applicants must complete a master’s degree in economics and a current one GPA from 3.0 (from 4.0) or higher. In addition, a Letter of motivation be submitted.
International applicants whose mother tongue is not English must also provide proof of language proficiency. This is either through a standardized language test such as the TOEFL or IELTS or through a Skype interview possible with a member of the admissions team of the School of Business.
Taking the GMAT, however, is not mandatory.
Language skills can be proven by one of the following test results or documents:
The language certificate cannot be submitted later.
Degree programs / courses
Degree programs / courses in English - Postgraduate
- Master of Business Administration
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