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SPUC-INBUS

International Management

Undergraduate specialisation

Learn to navigate the cultural, social, economic and legal complexities of international business.

Course outline
  • Qualification
    International Management Specialisation
  • Credit

    Credit

    100
Course outline

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Course outline
International Management

Outline

Outline

When business operations cross borders, international managers must overcome the challenges of different cultural, social, economic and legal environments. Successful international managers thrive in such situations – they understand the varying ways of doing business and appreciate the different value sets they encounter.

This specialisation focuses on doing business globally, within the overarching themes of sustainability and responsible business – which are critical for business to succeed in the globalising world. During your studies you will have opportunities to work on contemporary case studies aiming for real-life solutions.

A knowledge of this discipline opens up career opportunities in multinational firms, financial institutions, international organisations and government.

This specialisation provides a good overview of international business principles to complement your chosen major. If you'd like international business to be your primary focus, choose the International Business major.

What jobs can the International Management lead to?

Careers

  • Foreign service officer
  • Logistics manager
  • Trade coordinator
  • Business development director
  • Sales manager international
  • International business analyst/consultant
  • Policy analyst
  • Non-profit director.

Industries

  • Diplomatic services
  • Public sector
  • Hospitality
  • Mining
  • Oil and gas
  • Manufacturing
  • Procurement.
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  • Curtin course code: SPUC-INBUS
  • Last updated on: 26 February 2024

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