MSc International Business Management provides a systematic, comprehensive, in-depth study of international business. You'll develop the ability to critically evaluate and appraise existing theories and ideas about changes taking place in the world of international business. You'll also build an awareness and understanding of how different cultural attitudes and beliefs shape the international business environment in different regions of the world.
You'll learn to use scientific research techniques to engage in independent investigation, building knowledge and understanding of particular issues that are the forefront of the different areas covered by the degree.
You'll become a more effective decision-maker, with the knowledge, understanding, confidence, and skills to engage in independent, an original thought which has practical application in the business environment.
Key course information - ordered by mode
|Part-time||30 months||September||Southwark Campus|
|Full-time||15 months||January; September||Southwark Campus|
- International management
- International marketing
- International Finance and Decision Making
- Strategic international human resource management
Plus two options from:
- Global operations and logistics
- Business data for decision making
- Everyday sustainability for business
- Managing virtual work
- Intercultural management
- Business ethics
- Islamic Governance and Risk
- Enterprise and entrepreneurial management
Employment prospects are excellent. Successful students can, in addition to senior management roles, build a career in a variety of roles in consulting, marketing, finance, and human resource management. In this respect, the personal development emphasis on the course reflects the skills demanded flexible roles in managing across a variety of organizational cultures and functions inside multinational companies.
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- Our Careers Gym offering group workshops on CVs, interview techniques and finding work experience, as well as regular presentations from employers across a range of sectors.
Our Student Enterprise team can also help you start your own business and develop valuable entrepreneurial skills.
Teaching and learning
Theory and overviews will be presented in a series of formal lectures. These will be supported by a programme of seminars, including the use of videos, group work, and exercises. Case studies have an important role to play in the overall teaching strategy. These will be selected to achieve wide sectional coverage of international industry and services including traditional, service, mature and technically advanced sectors e.g. international retailing, airlines, pharmaceuticals, consumer electronics, automobiles, and computers.
Self-managed learning: students are expected to spend an average of eight hours per week in self-managed learning to support the unit. Such learning includes case study preparation; all students are expected to have undertaken a preliminary reading of the case study before attending the first week of the cycle devoted to a specific case. Self-managed learning also includes week-by-week reading in one of the core strategy set texts, assignment preparation and writing, and examination revision.
Bachelor degree equivalent to UK Second Class Honours Lower Division in any subject.
All modules are subject to change by the university and may differ from the modules you are offered during your studies.
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Last updated September 8, 2018