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MAInternational Management

Tuition fee €7,500 per programme

Tuition fee for two academic years is 7,500 EUR.
Price for LCC alumni is 6,500 EUR.

In addition, students are responsible to pay for their own textbooks, Summer residency housing, and travel to Lithuania.

Tuition fees are paid each term.

Application fee €40 one-time

Application fee is NOT refundable

Deposit €150 per programme

As a gesture of acceptance the university’s offer, a student is expected to make a non-refundable admissions deposit of 300 EUR no later than June 1. However, a student can make a payment earlier to secure the place in the University. Admissions deposit is NOT refundable.

The non-refundable admissions deposit is a part of student’s tuition and housing fees. This payment is necessary in order to:

- Reserve your place in the university;
- Enable LCC to start working on your visa documents;
- Receive LCC email and Intranet logins.

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The Master of Arts in International Management program is designed to help working professionals from diverse backgrounds enter into higher levels of leadership within business at the intermediate and strategic levels. For students with non-business backgrounds, the MAIM helps bridge the gap between previous studies and disciplines and the business environment. For students with previous business education and backgrounds, the program is designed to develop strategic business perspectives and skills in a variety of business disciplines. Upon graduation, students have the tools to address complex environmental and personnel influences to retain a competitive advantage in an austere international business world.

Programme structure

Term 1: August – November | 1 week at LCC

This term introduces students to core elements of strategic business leadership, management functions, and effectively leveraging human capital in an organization. During Term 1, students gain critical foundational experience in the following areas:
- Management theory and development of sound management practices;
- Strategic human resources development and talent management;
- Global influences on business culture and marketing processes.

Term 2: January – April | 1 week at LCC

This term continues developing strategic leadership principles with increased concentration on ethical leadership, organizational change, and financial influences. During Term 2, students develop skills in:
- Ethical leadership practices and behaviors when developing business strategies;
- Cultivating responsive organizational structures while facilitating change;
- Fiscal practices for organizational sustainability and competitive advantage.

Term 3: April – July | No sessions on campus

This term builds on the concept of organizational change, and studies topics such as innovation for social impact to solve global social and business challenges. During Term 3, students will:
- Acquire skills for creativity and innovation at the strategic level for organizational sustainability and competitive advantage;
- Consider topics relevant to current global and business issues such as NGO leadership, business and environmental sustainability, philanthropy.

Term 4: January – April | No sessions on campus

This term concludes the business content topics and begins the research methodological processes for students and the transition to independent scholarship. In Term 4, students will:
- Gain an important foundation in business research processes for independent scholarship;
- Understand the use of data and data analysis in making data-driven decisions;
- Develop a business research topic to be the focus of the independent thesis in Terms 5 and 6.

Term 5: April-July | No sessions on campus

This term begins the independent scholarship for students. Working with their advisor, students begin working on their individual business research topic and thesis, synthesizing seminal business principles and current literature into a coherent work. In Term 5, students will:
- Continue developing the business research topic determined in Term 4;
- Coordinate with their advisor to construct the research literature review and methodology;
- Submit required IRB documents for approval prior to conducting research.

Term 6 & Thesis Defense: August | 1 week at LCC

This term brings the independent business research to a conclusion with completion of the thesis and public defense. In Term 6 and Thesis Defense, students will:
- Collect data and develop conclusions for their independent business research;
- Coordinate with their advisor to complete their thesis;
- Defend their independent scholarly work in a public defense.

Apply now! Academic Year - MA IM 2023/24
Application start
Nov 16, 2022
Application deadline
15 Feb 2023 23:59:59
Eastern European Time
Studies commence
Jul 29, 2023

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

Apply now! Academic Year - MA IM 2023/24
Application start
Nov 16, 2022
Application deadline
15 Feb 2023 23:59:59
Eastern European Time
Studies commence
Jul 29, 2023

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States