Study Management in Denmark! Meet the challenge – skilled, motivated and competent supervisors are in great demand.
The Commerce Management programme aims to qualify you to work in Service Centres all around the world with a variety of career opportunities. Typical jobs would be positions such as supervisor, project manager or business planner in the retail, logistics and tourist sector.
The commerce management programme is a two year Academic Program. The education is organized as a combination of lessons and a practical education in an internship in one or more companies in Denmark or abroad. The internship is designed as a long uninterrupted progress so that the company can have sufficiently complex tasks completed, and the student can acquire a thorough experience in professional practice.
The two-year-program is divided into four semesters, 120 ECTS. During the first two semesters of the programme the following subjects are offered:
The first semester is structured on the basis of two main projects:
- Market and Society
- The Company’s external environment
These are the subjects:
Personal Development, Creative Problem Solving, Controlling and Planning, Organization and Leadership, Customer Relationship Management, Legislation, Business Communication, International relations, Marketing and Sales, Statistical Analysis and Measurement
The second semester is structured on the basis of two main projects:
- The Company’s Internal Environment
- From theory to Practice
The student can choose from the following two subjects:
- Sales Management or
- Business Economics
The third and fourth semester – Internship:
The internship takes place in the third and fourth semester and is combined with seminars, examinations and a final project (dissertation). The student is thus able to ensure a good theoretical foundation in the first year before the paid internship begins.
All full-time programmes at Zealand contain an obligatory internship period that lasts between 10 and 40 weeks.
The internship period’s length and placement during the programme depend on the programme, but the internship is usually placed during the last semester of the programme and will be followed by your final exam project.
The Commerce Management programme gives you an academic background for continuing your studies with the Bachelor in International Sales and Marketing.