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Master in International Business (MSc) - Brunel University
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Master in International Business (MSc) - Brunel University

Brunel University London
LondonUK
On campus
Full-time
€31,535.42/year
 4761 Points
Duration
1 Year
Language
English

International Scholarships for September 2024 (Brunel)

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Program Description

International business is an exciting and rapidly evolving space as politics and economics shift, and societies and cultures evolve. On the master in International Business (MSc), you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the processes of globalization in the 21st century and the implications that these ongoing processes have for today’s businesswomen and men – and indeed, for tomorrow’s leaders.

The master in International Business (MSc) is designed for those seeking to operate within an international business setting or within companies and jobs where an understanding of international business is an asset. The master in International Business (MSc) will help you to develop a sound understanding of international business contexts and to make integrative links across various disciplines.

What you learn in the master in International Business (MSc) will enable you to further develop transferable skills that can be used to address the challenges of working within an organization or for yourself as part of the global economy.

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Course Content

This diverse course will give you a solid grounding in the basics of international trade, business strategy, and management. Optional modules can give you an insight into areas such as global HR, diversity management, business ethics and corporate governance.

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Teaching and Learning

Teaching includes lectures, informal small study groups, and individual or group presentations using a laptop and digital projector.

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Curriculum

International Business Strategy

This module aims to understand strategies and structures that multinational firms adopt and how they perform their key business operations to compete and succeed in the international business environment.

International Management

Examining the trends that impact international business. Focus on international management challenges in and the effects of globalisation on particular countries and regions. Analytical tools, techniques and models of negotiation, communication, and conflict resolution in international contexts. HR in international organisations.

Organisational Behaviour

The key functions of leadership and management and how they are differentiated.

Global Business and Investments

The effect of globalisation on international business.

International Trade

The importance of overseas trade on the economy. Focus on common barriers to trade, regional trading arrangements, and the case for and against the concept of free (unrestricted) trade.

Understanding Business and Management Research

Quantitative and qualitative methods in management research. Understanding research reports and utilising this information to improve quality of work and decision-making in complex management problems.

Dissertation

Researching and writing a 12,000 word dissertation is an integral part of the course. Your dissertation should focus upon empirical research into a management problem or issue of your choice to be agreed with your tutor, who will support you in your research. The dissertation must be submitted by the end of the academic year.

Jobs - Careers

  • Business Analyst
  • Business Development Manager
  • Corporate Investment Banker
  • Human Resources Officer
  • Logistics Manager
  • Marketing Executive
  • Product Manager
  • Purchasing Manager
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