MSc International Business*

*Please note, this course is not recruiting for 2015 but will be recruiting for October 2016

The learning focus of the MSc in International Business is to enable you to acquire a broad, robust and practical knowledge of business administration in a global business context.

The MSc International Business programme also provides the opportunity to focus on one of three specialised areas: International Business; International Marketing; or International Finance. The essential knowledge and skills required of international business managers are covered in Term 1. This leaves Term 2 to conclude with integrative modules (strategy and research methods) and specialist modules. The successful completion of your research project in Term 3 will enable you to gain your MSc in your chosen area.

Term 1 (15 weeks)

  • Management (15 credits)
  • Marketing Management (15 credits)
  • Accounting and Finance (15 credits)
  • Global Economics (15 credits)

Term 2 (15 weeks)

  • International Business (15 credits)
  • Elective choice (15 credits)
  • Strategic Management (15 credits)
  • Research Methods (15 credits)

Term 3 (15 weeks)

Dissertation (60 credits)
The purpose of the dissertation is to complete an original and independent business research project. The dissertation will develop your research, analysis, synthesis, and business writing skills. The research project will focus on your chosen specialised area of International Business. Assessment To gain the Master's degree students need to complete eight modules and a dissertation of approximately 15,000-words.