A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college.
Proficiency in the English language evidenced by graduation from an English language institution, or satisfactory IELTS score (5.5) or equivalent TOEFL score or other standardized language examination.
Satisfactory quantitative skills as evidenced by the quantitative courses they have taken during their bachelor degree study.
A personal interview is an integral part of the selection process. The interview and documents providing evidence of the above qualifications are used as the basis for evaluating candidates. In cases where applicants have graduated from unfamiliar programs or universities, a GRE/GMAT examination score may be required.
The Master in Green & Digital Management (GDM) requires that students complete 90 ECTS credits as follows:
Earn 72 ECTS credits from taught core courses
Earn 18 ECTS credits from taught elective courses OR
Earn 18 ECTS from an 8,000-word Final Project (Thesis)
Students can join the programme any time of the year, a major advantage of the CIIM modular system of course delivery.
Students can choose to complete their coursework at a rapid pace in 14 months (full-time) or at a more relaxed pace taking up to a maximum of 2 years (part-time).
“The aim of the Master in Green & Digital Management is to develop in our students the ability to see value-creating opportunities in driving digital transformation and facilitating green transition of business entities and non-profit organizations, and to use those opportunities to start or advance their career while bringing a positive change to the society”
Dr. Olga Kandinskaia
Director of Master in Green & Digital Management