MSc International Business and Management
Delivery: online, part-time
Duration: two years
Start dates: January, May and October
Next welcome week: 11 October 2021
Next course start date: 18 October 2021
Fees: £10,150 (paid in two instalments)
Application deadline: 27 September 2021. We recommend applying as early as you can to secure your place. Visit our Apply Now page to start your application.
Equip yourself with the expertise needed to thrive as a leader in business.
Our online MSc International Business and Management course will help you gain an exceptional understanding of operational management, strategic management, and the practices involved with international business.
The programme breaks away from traditional approaches to management to look ahead instead.
By exploring the contemporary and future challenges of operating in the global market, you’ll receive an education that sets you up for long-term success.
Why study with us?
Become a part of our Institute of International Business, one of the top-ranking university research institutes
Gain insights from our experienced academics via live webinars that can be watched back at any time, along with regular feedback and assessments
Receive resources to sharpen your independent learning, so you can continue to develop your management capabilities even after graduation
Built upon international business management disciplines, this postgraduate programme will provide you with a forward-thinking, globally relevant education.
Upon completing the MSc International Business and Management, you’ll be able to:
Understand and apply core theories, practices, and techniques of global enterprise management
Navigate emerging themes within the business landscape with a focus on sustainable business and management
Explore marketing practices and address the challenges faced by multinational corporations across various international business environments
Are you interested?
You must hold at least a 2:2 degree or equivalent professional experience or learning in a related field.
However, please note that we’ll consider all candidates on their individual merits.
If you’re looking to progress through the experiential learning route, you’ll need to provide a more detailed personal statement than usual along with a CV highlighting your relevant work experience.
We may ask you to attend an online, 45-minute interview to discuss your background and interest in the course.
You can also explore using our accreditation of prior learning (APL) to claim credits that you can put towards your degree, based on the experience you currently hold.
If you don’t speak English as a first language you’ll need to hold a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 or an accepted equivalent.
Are you interested?
How we teach
We offer an interactive mix of weekly webinars, forums, and learning activities to keep you engaged and challenged during your studies with us. However, you’ll also be given the freedom and flexibility to access these resources at your own time, to best fit your schedule.
In addition, we’ll provide guidance on how to identify, locate, and use the online material available in the Library. Comprehensive bibliographies are provided for each module, as are guidelines for when you’ll be expected to produce essays, projects, and your dissertation.
How you're assessed
Throughout the programme there will be a combination of formative and summative assessments. There are no exams.
Formative assessments will typically involve tutor feedback on your presentations and other projects. Summative assessments will typically take place through essays and assessed coursework – your dissertation being one example.
Careers and opportunities
Upon completing the course and earning your degree, you’ll have the expertise needed to succeed in executive or managerial roles within international business organisations.
The real-world focus of the programme, combined with the professional development skills you can expect to gain, will help you confidently approach the demands and challenges of modern business environments.
Some of the positions you could explore include:
Business development manager
Your degree also opens you up to the prospect of pursuing a PhD; in many countries an MSc is an essential requirement for study at doctoral level.
As mentioned in the module overview section above, your research project gives you with the opportunity – after obtaining ethical approval – to conduct an in-depth research project in your intellectual and professional specialist area of choice.
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