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International Design Business Management

Basic information of the minor

Code: BIZ40006E (BIZ) / IDBM.a (ARTS) / TU3007 (technology)

Extent: 25 ECTS

Language: English

Teachers in charge: Mikko Koria (BIZ), Peter McGrory (ARTS), Matti Vartiainen & Kalevi Ekman (SCI)

Target group: Master’s students

Application procedure: 

Own application procedure, see below or www.idbm.fi

The minor is offered only for master level students that are selected for the IDBM Minor Programme. Students are selected separately from ARTS (max. 10 students), from BIZ and from technology/science field. Prerequisites for being accepted to the programme are a Bachelor’s degree (or ability to demonstrate equivalent knowledge of one’s own field), an interest in multidisciplinary teamwork and the possibility to actively participate in an intense programme.

Students of BIZ and the Schools of technology can apply by sending an application including a free-form letter of motivation, CV and academic record (transcript) by email or by mail to the programme coordinator Anna-Mari Saari (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). All application documents are to be in English. The deadline for applying is yearly May 15th.

Instructions for applying: http://studyguides.aalto.fi/minors-guide/2015/en/minor/instructions-for-applying.html.Students attach the application documents, i.e. a free-form letter of motivation, CV and academic record (transcript), to the eAge application form. All documents are to be in English.

Newly accepted ARTS students who do not have the Aalto password can apply by sending the required application documents directly to the study coordinator Naoko Nakagawa by email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or by mail to the address: Naoko Nakagawa, IDBM Study Coordinator, Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture, PL 31000, 00076 Aalto, Finland.

Application time for the academic year 2015-2016 is 1-15 May.

Content and structure of the minor

IDBM is a multidisciplinary programme organised in collaboration by the School of Business, School of Arts, Design and Architecture and School of Science. The minor programme builds on prior studies in the areas of business, design and technology by enabling and encouraging students to further develop and integrate their knowledge in multidisciplinary teams. The aim of the minor programme is to provide participants with the competence and capability to successfully undertake creative teamwork, concept development, business modelling and project management through industry collaboration and a tailor made course in international design business management.

For more information visit the programme website www.idbm.fi.

Structure of the minor (BIZ & ARTS)

Code

Name

Credits

Compulsory industry project

15

26E04800

IDBM Industry Project (Business)

5

MUO-E9002

IDBM Industry Project (Design)

5

TU-E5010

IDBM Industry Project (Technology)

5

Compulsory courses

10

26E04700

Creative Teamwork

5

Select one course from the list below (5 ECTS)

26E04400

International Design Business Management

5

26E04300

Business Modelling and Management

5

Kon-41.4003

Interdisciplinary Product Development

5

TU-E5000

Innovation and Project Management

5

MUO-E9000

Creative Leadership

5

MUO-E9005

Integrated Design Management

5

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