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Master International Management

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  • Entry requirements
    A good upper-second class degree at undergraduate level or overseas equivalent.
  • Academic Title
    MA International Management
  • Course description
    MA
    One year full-time

    Programme description

    This Masters programme provides a comprehensive set of skills and in-depth knowledge of a broad range of management disciplines, primarily related to issues in international business and management. It provides a basis for understanding business in its historical, cultural, social and economic context, and explains the issues of globalisation and the role of multinational companies, national governments and international organisations. You will gain detailed knowledge about strategies, organisation design, and marketing. You will also improve your understanding of research methods and gain experience of producing international research projects and reports.

    This programme is specifically designed for students from any discipline who wish to develop their skills and knowledge to pursue a management career in international business or other organisations.

    Programme outline

    You will take four modules in each semester and then write a dissertation for submission by the end of September.

    Core modules:

        * International Marketing
        * Organisation Theory
        * Research Methods for Business and Management
        * The Global Economy

     Optional modules may include:

        * Strategic Games for Managers
        * Knowledge and Information Management
        * Innovation and Global Competition
        * Multinationals and Global Business

    Assessment

    Assessment takes a number of different forms including coursework essays, assignments and presentations, and examinations that take place in May or early June. You must achieve an overall pass in order to progress to your dissertation, which has to be submitted by the end of September, and must also be passed for a degree to be awarded.

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