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International Business and Development (MSc - MRes - PgDip)

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  • Objectives
    The pace of the globalisation of national economies has accelerated in recent years, and this has led to a more dynamic relationship between international business activities and economic and social development. Against this background, this new master’s programme aims to develop students' capabilities to critically assess international business strategies and development policy issues. The programme is most suitable for graduates who are, or seek to be, employed in relevant government departments, non-governmental organisations, international agencies or private companies involved in or related to international business and economic development. It also provides a foundation for those wishing to undertake doctoral research in international business and development. This exciting programme is taught by a team with an international reputation in their relevant areas. Topics covered include international business and economic and social development, international business strategies in both developed and emerging markets, public sector management, sustainable livelihoods and sustainable development, impact assessment, and resource and environmental management.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Good honours degree or equivalent. Two references: either from an academic source and a past or present employer, or two from an academic source. Non-native speakers need to provide proof of English language ability.
  • Academic Title
    International Business and Development (MSc / MRes / PgDip)
  • Course description
    The programmes combine specialist taught courses with general training in management, business organisation, strategy, and research methods.

    The compulsory modules include Public Sector and Development Policy, and International Business and Economic Development.

    Students on the MSc and MRes programmes will also complete a dissertation on a topic covered by the programme, supervised by a member of staff doing research within that area.

    Each core or option module is taught via lectures and seminars lasting one academic term (either autumn or spring). Revision sessions are also held in the summer term before the examination period. For students preparing a dissertation as part of the MSc or MRes, research supervision is also provided.

    Each core or option module is assessed via a final written examination in the summer term. In most cases, coursework is also assessed. The dissertation counts for one third of the MSc and 50 per cent of the MRes.

    When to apply
    -Early application recommended.
    -Closing date: 10 September.

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