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An MSc, or Master of Science, is an academic distinction bestowed upon those who effectively complete a predetermined set of coursework in what is often a science-based discipline. The MSc often enhances career opportunities as well as earning potential.
International business is an area of study that prepares students with the ability to think globally, bring a variety of cultures together, and manage international businesses. Cultural sensitivity, business plan writing, and even learning another language may be part of the curriculum.
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Our Master of Science Program in International Business Finance equips students with a comprehensive education in fundamental business principles while focusing on the financial issues in a global organization and multicultural influences in international enterprise.
As a driving force for economic growth, globalisation has opened up exciting career prospects for high-calibre, forward-thinking and confident business professionals. We’ve designed this MSc International Business to help you make the most of the opportunities ahead.
The aim of this program is to produce graduates who possess international business related knowledge, analytical and professional skills and prepare them for the challenges of managing the organization in the current global business environment.
The Master of Science (MSc) in Global Investment and Finance specialised Curriculum has been created to meet the demand for Investment professionals at an analyst or an associate level. The unique feature of the programme lies in its emphasis on the role of academic theory underpinning applied Global Capital Markets & Investments practice with a very particular focus on helping students to relate this to their own career development. This very personal approach and industry contacts are what differentiates the programme from other related courses at postgraduate level. Students prior knowledge and skills brought to the course combined with the academic theory, practice-based knowledge, cognitive process and synthesis accessed along the course make for a very powerful combination of skillset.
The Business Management course provides students with the knowledge and skills to work effectively within organisations and the changing external context in which they operate.
Financial Services are critical to both the UK’s future and also the future of emerging economies around the world. During the course, you will study the nature of traditional financial markets and alternative investment markets (including cooperative models and Islamic finance). In addition, you will deepen your knowledge about key aspects of the international environment and the decision that companies take in the multinational context.
The Postgraduate Diploma/MSc in International Business was the first of its kind in Ireland and was developed to address the rapidly expanding field of international business.
This programme will enable students to acquire a knowledge and understanding of the political, social and cultural aspects of different trade blocs, particularly the European Union, Asia and the USA.
This programme is designed for those who want to understand global processes and development, and for those who want to work on, or analyse, development related tasks and issues. It is also highly relevant to anyone working or intending to work, in development advocacy, policy making, and global development policy analysis, in the NGO sector, government agencies, and international development organisations.
Students on the MSc Economics with reference to the Asia Pacific Region will complete courses on macro, micro, quantitative methods and growth. In addition, students must complete two courses dedicated to the study of the economics of the Asia Pacific Region, as well as an optional module and a dissertation in applied economics with a focus on one or more countries of the Asia Pacific Region.
Students on the MSc Economics with reference to South Asia will complete courses on macro, micro, quantitative methods and growth. In addition, students must complete two courses dedicated to the study of the economics of South Asia, as well as an optional module and a dissertation in applied economics with a focus on one or more countries of South Asia.
Students on the MSc Economics with reference to Africa will complete courses on macro, micro, quantitative methods and growth. In addition, students must complete two courses dedicated to the study of the economics of Africa, one focusing on microeconomic issues, the other on macroeconomic issues, as well as an optional module and a dissertation in applied economics with a focus on one or more African countries.
The Master of Science in International Business Communication focuses on business and corporate communication in multinational business environments. The interface of communication is between corporate communication, language and management. This programme is ideal for executives, managers and professionals who wish to become effective communication managers in today’s complex global environment.
The (MSc) International Business Economics is designed for students that have a background in business and management studies. The aim is to provide an opportunity to expand knowledge of the international business environment using economic analysis in a practical way. As such, the programme looks to provide a grounding in aspects of quantitative methods, business economics, the international business environment, the multinational enterprise and the international macro-financial environment.
The MSc International Business programme at Lincoln is designed to equip you with the necessary qualities and subject knowledge that will enable you to compete effectively in the domestic and international labour markets. You will have the chance to develop a firm grounding in the theories and practice of international business in order to make contributions to the performance of organisations of all types around the world.