Master of Science in Global Management

Do you want to help develop regional solutions to global problems and challenges? In this multidisciplinary study program, one of the goals is to educate and develop leaders who understand this dynamic. The knowledge you acquire during this education will enable you to lead change and development work within sustainable blue and green value creation.

Exchange is a natural part of developing an understanding of global perspectives, and this program also provides you with a golden opportunity to gain international experience. Either through regular student exchange at one of Nord's many partner universities or participation in our forward-looking partnership program in the world metros of Moscow and Shanghai.

The program is also suitable for non-economists. It has session-based teaching with a lot of activity and interaction. Among other things, the students will participate in the Nordic's largest international student conference (High North Dialogue), which is held annually at Nord University.

Partnership program: Study in Bodø, Moscow, and Shanghai

This study program provides a unique opportunity to study in three world metropolises over the course of two years. The Business School has developed an exciting partnership program with MGIMO in Moscow, Russia, and East China Normal University (ECNU) in Shanghai, China. As a student you can have the opportunity to study one semester in each city, on a innovative and provident partnership program. You will acquire distinctive experience and competence after graduation, which will make you attractive in the labor market both globally, nationally, and regionally.

The students who participates in the partnership program will study in Bodø for the first and second semester. Students from MGIMO and ECNU will also participate in studies during the second semester. This semester has a distinctive focus on energy management and geopolitics, with a further focus on artic governance and business management. All students in the program will travel to MGIMO in Moscow for the third semester. They will gain distinct knowledge about the energy sector from an international perspective. In the fourth semester, the students will travel to ECNU in Shanghai to acquire more in-depth knowledge of geopolitics and international relations, while also conducting independent research work.

Program details

Academic level(s)Master
Language of instructionEnglish
InstitutionNord University
Fields of studyManagement and administration
Tagsbusinessmanagementenergyoil and gas
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