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MSc International Management


British Master’s degree
Full-time Intensive or Standard formats
Distance Learning options available
Start September or February

The MSc in International Management is designed for working professionals and recent graduates who aspire to a deeper understanding of contemporary management practices, leadership, strategy, marketing, finance and entrepreneurship. If you are attracted to the challenge of working in rapidly-changing business environments, and have an intellectual curiosity and ability for complex analysis, this programme is for you. You will also have a continuous opportunity to network with your peers, academic staff and industry professionals, who may advise and participate in class sessions.
The core of the programme is a dissertation focused on an industry and topic of particular interest. Relevant experience comes from live projects and case studies; and you are encouraged to develop advanced interpersonal skills to meet the high expectations of global working environments. Additionally, Master’s gateway exams are available, offering a fast-track to the prestigious professional qualification offered by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).


Programme Essentials

  • Learn from leading academics and business practitioners and gain a broad perspective on current leadership and management practice
  • Develop and apply an understanding of business and management to complex issues. Learn to work both systematically and creatively
  • Engage with our highly regarded industry network partners and guest lecturers
  • Have the opportunity to publish your best work in our CRIS Bulletin, providing invaluable recognition in international businessand economics journals
  • Extend your local and international networks and set a career path for contributing to business and society as a whole
  • Take advantage of exam exemptions for CIMA professional qualifications
  • Enjoy regular seminars, workshops and guest speakers at our Master Speaker Series

What you study

Semester 1

  • Postgraduate Business Research
  • Managing People in Global
  • Sustainable Leadership

Semester 2

  • Managing Operations and Finance
  • Strategic Management in an International Context
  • Global Business Environment:
    Management and the Economy

Semester 3

  • Dissertation: Business Project

The above details the Intensive Format study option. If studying Standard Format, modules are spread over 4 semesters, plus your dissertation.


“By combining the theory from my Master’s studies with real practice in the workplace, I became so much stronger and aware of what was going on in all aspects professionally. The programme extended my knowledge of business as it covered many areas. It gave me a point of synergy to carry forward, both at work and while studying."

Charlie Pimenta
Product Manager at Creative Dock 


The programme has two modes of study.

Intensive Format 

Three semesters of study undertaken within 12 to 18 months.

Standard Format

Four semesters of study plus the dissertation submission undertaken in 24-30 months.

Distance Learning 

The Distance Learning Degree allows us to offer students the programme delivered online through our Digital Campus. You will experience the best of a Prague City University education by receiving individual mentoring from our professional lecturers and by actively partaking in all lectures and discussions in the university’s Digital Campus alongside your fellow students.


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Degree Projects

Master’s study in International Management culminates in a challenging, self-defined dissertation project that taps into student's strengths, interests and experiences. Here are just a few examples:

Tatiana Eliášová submitted a dissertation focussed on HR and looked into on how companies in Prague, Czech Republic utilise HRM processes, particularly job profiling and forecasting, in order to hire and retain talented employees. Secondly, she investigated the perception of IT employees in Prague regarding these HRM practices.
Dominika Dědičová's research for her MSc dissertation investigated whether an employers reputation for being an equal opportunity and diverse employer is a recruitment attractor for public-sector organisations in the Central Bohemia Region of the Czech Republic.
Francesco Palmieri completed his MSc dissertation on Fintech advances in Robo Advising. The main focus of his project was to investigate if there is potential for a fintech startup that provides both the services of a fintech bank and Robo advisor in the European market. The need to investigate the feasibility of this product came from the high competition in the fintech ecosystem, from the high risk of the project, and from the fact that most of the early-stage startups failed. Moreover, it was important to understand, from a regulation point of view, if such a product was allowed, or if two different companies need to be created to provide two different services.
Thomas Bradle's dissertation research focussed on whether the shopping mall, Centrum Krakov in Prague, should develop a locally focused marketing strategy in alignment with new marketing trends, strategies and rapidly changing market. 

Dahiana Montes discusses her research and findings after investigating 'The Attitudes and Behaviours of Czechs and Colombians towards investing for retirement'. This was Dahiana's final dissertation work for her MSc International Management degree.

Your Programme Leader

Head of the School of Business and the MSc programme in International Management, Stefano Cavagneto teaches Finance, Business Ethics, Statistics, Programming and Management Research at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. He also pursues his own professional and educational interests in mathematics, ethics, behavioural finance and business management. Stefano holds a PhD in Mathematics (Charles University, Institute of Mathematics of the Academy of Science of Czech Republic) and is a Doctor in Philosophy of Amedeo Avogadro University, in Vercelli, Italy. He also holds a professional MA in Science Communication (COREP - Centre for Education and Permanent Research - of the Polytechnic-University of Turin). Stefano has been visiting scholar at Columbia University in New York City and Visiting Fellow at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge.

Career Building at PCU


International Business Challenge

Nikoleta Razkova and Marcelo-Paulo Donaire, final year Master’s in International Management students represented PCU in an inter-university international competition. Nikoleta and Marcelo developed an impressive project management strategy that utilised digital communication platforms and tools to help students collaborate remotely and develop a project that would benefit rural India.

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Meet a Graduate

Damien Kohut has pursued a number of exciting opportunities in the world of finance. After graduating he became the first Frenchman to pass the Czech National Bank exams and obtain a brokerage license. He then took the entrepreneurial route as a co-founder of Profi Expats, a branch of Finance brokerage Profi poradenstvi that specializes in servicing international clients. 


Anti-Corruption conference for International Anti-Corruption Day

PCU’s School of Business held a special conference in Prague to support the UN’s International Anti-Corruption Day. The conference brought together both academics and professionals with the shared goal of combating corruption within businesses and governments.

Graduate Careers & Further Study Destinations

After graduation our alumni are known for securing global careers at leading corporations, some have successfully pursued prestigious foreign and Czech doctoral studies at leading institutions or have started their own businesses:

  • Chaitanya Hiremath is founder and CEO of Sleipnir Studios, an animation studio specialising in VR content in Delhi, India. After relocating to San Francisco Chaitanya launched his second start-up Scanta, which advises businesses on how to protect machine learning algorithms from security attacks and as member of Forbes Business Council, he writes about technology trends in machine learning and cybersecurity.

  • Barry Veldon works as the Business Development Director for Aerostructures AERO Vodochody AEROSPACE a.s. in Prague.

  • Mariia Moiseieva is a Web and Social Media Producer for Voice of America in Washington DC. Mariia gained both her BA and MSc in International Management at PCU.

  • Marek Kocak is studying for his PhD in Philosophy at Charles University.

  • Kristina Burlica works as a Talent Partner at Hagen Human Capital in Prague.

  • Charlie Pimenta works as a Project Manager at Creative Dock in Prague.

  • Zorica Tasheva recently graduated from MSc International Management and currently works in Prague as Technical Programme Manager at Pure Storage, a software company from Silicone Valley, USA. 

  • Manuel Meyer is studying for his PhD in Business Economics and Management at VSE.

  • Tomas Bradle works as an E-commerce specialist at Avast in Prague.

  • Monika Benesova has pursued an entrepreneurial career, opening a chain of Shisha Lounges in Prague.

  • Filip Benes is now studying for his PhD in Marketing at VSE.

  • Kateřina Hašková is Senior Brand Manager for Mast-Jaegermeister CZ.

  • Jiří Michal works in Investment Banking Mergers and Acquisitions at UniCredit Bank Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Entry Requirements

  • A British Honours degree, first or second class or another suitable Bachelor's degree in any subject area. A postgraduate qualification or equivalent, or a relevant professional qualification.

  • English language certificate. Required Scores: IELTS 6.0 (with no band below 5.5) ; TOEFL iBT score of at least 79. Other certificates may be accepted with equivalent scores. If the applicant has completed a Bachelors programme entirely in English this requirement may not apply.

  • A letter of motivation (minimum 500 words) describing career and personal motivation.

  • Professional and academic references

  • Curriculum Vitae

  • For all programmes at Prague City University there is a final interview between the applicant and the Programme Leader before the final decision on admission is made.

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