Unlock a world of meaningful career opportunities and professional growth with a Master of International Business.
In today's globalised landscape, businesses operate in an increasingly complex environment. The unprecedented level of interconnection and integration of the global economy – despite national differences – presents unique challenges and opportunities. This course is designed to empower you with the knowledge and expertise to thrive in this dynamic environment.
You’ll gain a deep understanding of the issues and complexities in the field of international business and management. The dynamic, practice-based curriculum encourages you to learn through real-world scenarios, where theory meets contemporary business case studies. You’ll develop your expertise and demonstrate your knowledge through authentic assessment, peer-to-peer learning and collaboration with industry professionals.
This course is aligned with the United Nations' Principles of Responsible Management Education and focuses on ethical and sustainable business practices and leadership. You’ll learn to make informed and responsible decisions as part of the next generation of globally responsible leaders.
Upon graduation, you’ll be well-equipped to advance your current career in global business management or begin a new career. The versatile nature of international business means the skills you’ll acquire are highly sought-after in any industry with an international perspective.
What jobs can the International Business lead to?
- International business manager
- Global marketing manager
- Supply chain manager
- International trade specialist
- International financial analyst
- Foreign service officer/diplomat
- Business development manager
- Trade compliance specialist
- Global operations manager
- Market research analyst
- Nonprofit international development manager
- Global human resources manager
What you'll learn
- engage critically and reflectively with contemporary knowledge and skills relating to international business and apply to professional practice.
- make evidence-based judgements, ethical, and culturally aware decisions through sophisticated evaluation and synthesis of information from a range of credible sources.
- communicate professionally and effectively, through written and oral means, to culturally diverse stakeholders and teams locally and globally.
- consider environment, responsibility, and sustainability in doing business locally and globally.
- employ international business and management skills to design innovatively and engage responsibly with industry partners and stakeholders.