The MSc in International Management will develop you as a future manager and leader who can do business across time zones, cultures and languages and in global and diverse contexts. The course provides a solid grounding in key areas of business and management practice.
This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of business and management practice in an international context. You will cover a wide range of stimulating core modules, and then have the option to focus in more detail on areas that interest you.
Recent core modules have covered topics including management research methods, international financial management, human resource management, managing ethics and professional issues, and international economic environment and marketing. Optional modules may focus on cross-cultural management, modern technology marketing, brand and brands management, retail marketing and entrepreneurship.
The course attracts graduates from a wide range of countries, thus making for an excellent cross-cultural mix in learning and teaching sessions. All students on the course are registered as affiliate members of the Chartered Management Institute.
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During this course you will develop your understanding of the theory and practice of different research methods, both quantitative and qualitative, in business. You will learn to assess how the external business environment will affect your business, and develop strategies for responding to this. You will cover the key theories that underpin financial decisions in an international business.
The business environment is very much international these days, which makes global and intercultural working a reality. Businesses need to be effective at managing people from an international perspective, and during this course you will look at organisational behaviour and human resources management with a focus on the continuous change and the increasing globalisation of business and management practice.
As an MSc student, you will also be required to complete a dissertation which will allow you to apply all the understanding, knowledge, analytical and conceptual tools that you have gained from your modules.
Students will also have the option to take a module of their choice which might focus on human resources, finance, project management or marketing.
"The Business School lecturers are very approachable and really invested in us doing well. Once I have completed my MSc, I'll definitely return to do my PhD."
The University is currently undertaking a review of the curriculum of this programme to ensure it continues to reflect the latest updates and new developments in the subject area. This will mean that the content and structure of the programme will be different from that described above. Please contact us for more information.
MSc: 180; PGDip: 120
1 year (full-time)
September or January
£10,700 (2018; full-time UK/EU)
£595 per ten credits (2018; part-time UK/EU)
£14,466 (2018; full-time International)
£804 per ten credits (2018; part-time International)
For more information please contact Postgraduate Business team.