Taking inspiration from your own interests, and with support throughout from a supervisor with relevant expertise, you’ll choose a topic to research in international business and management. You will study a mixture of core and optional taught modules during semesters 1 and 2. After you have completed the taught modules of the course, you will undertake a large project in semester 3 to further develop your knowledge in a specific area of international business. The programme covers core international business subjects such as international business context, international strategic management, international human resources, global operations and supply and accounting. International business knowledge benefits employers in all types of jobs and industries – from sport and leisure, the arts and entertainment to social work, engineering and the natural sciences.
You can make an enquiry about part-time study using our online forms, for UK and for EU/International students. For example, you may find yourself working on real-life projects for businesses in and around Coventry . The managerial implications of a changing global business environment, the opportunities and threats of emerging economies and the impact this is having on dominant business management paradigms, structures and strategies is a key focal point.
- This should demonstrate an understanding of a current issue relevant to the subject, how you feel you will benefit from the programme of study, what contributions you will make to the University and how this will help your future career aspirations.
- The underlying focus is on developing international business skill sets and cultural perception so that you should can think strategically and implement complex international business projects in the new global economy.
- Accredited by the Institute of Export & International Trade ‘the course has been ranked top in the UK by the Financial Times for nine years running,’ says professor Pitelis.
- Courses are specially designed for EU and international students who are missing the grades for direct entry to the University, and include full duration visa sponsorship.
- I personally looking forward to mentoring you during your time at Exeter, to help you compete in today’s global marketplace.
The University offers a range of additional financial support for students studying at Birmingham in the form of bursaries, grants and scholarships. Our MSc international business degree draws on the talents of internationally respected scholars and highly respected teachers. Their expertise covers globalisation, the international aspects of accounting and finance, corporate governance, human resource management, marketing, organisation of multinational corporations, operations and procurement, and strategy. Regional specialists with expertise on Africa, China, Europe and Latin America also teach on the programme. Holders of a good Bachelor degree (from 75% to 85% depending upon the university in Taiwan) from a recognised institution will be considered for postgraduate Masters study. Holders of a good Masters degree from a recognised institution will be considered for PhD study.
The University will considered students who have grades required are I – II in six CAPE units, including 2 double-unit level courses with a minimum of II in each of these double-unit courses. The requirement for a subject taken to include I for A (A-level equivalent) and II for a B (A-level equivalent) in any required subject. One or two years of university level study at a recognised university in Thailand, with a sufficiently high score overall in their university level study (3.0+/4.0), may be considered for entry to an undergraduate degree programme.
There may be additional costs for textbooks, inter-library loans and potential overdue library fines. Our Grand Challenges lecture series invites speakers to provide fresh perspectives on the political, ethical and intellectual problems we face as a world today, while our Lunchtime Lectures centre on leadership in the context of complexity and inclusion. Taught by an international faculty who will share their latest research on topics as diverse as operation management systems in Toyota, entrepreneurship in Chinese SMEs, equality and diversity, and sustainable consumption. Keele is ranked 3rd in the UK for business by the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey .
Professor Roxana Gutiérrez-Romero Professor of Policy and Quantitative Methods Dr Gutiérrez-Romero’s research analyses how to overcome the most significant barriers to development. She is a director of the Economic Development and Impact Evaluation network, and founding member of the Equity and Development Research Group . Dr Caterina Gennaioli Senior Lecturer in Environmental Economics Dr Gennaioli is the Director of the Centre for Globalisation Research. Her research studies the obstacles to an efficient policymaking in the environmental sector.
Loughborough University has its own Foundation Year, alternatively, please contact the International Office to check if the Foundation Programme that you are considering taking is acceptable for entry to Loughborough courses. However, we will consider a grade B in Level 3 Core Maths as a suitable alternative. This course comes with the option to undertake a professional placement for a year, at the end of which you will gain a Diploma in Professional Studies . This is an additional award to the final qualification you will receive once you have successfully completed this course. You have the option to either spend one year on placement ; or six months on placement and six months studying abroad.