The award-winning MSc in International Management provides students with in-depth knowledge and expertise in the principles and application of international business and management. Philosophically, the programme aspires to develop the student’s ‘global mindset’. The programme aims to develop cultural awareness, sensitivity and curiosity around global industrial systems, international business models, geopolitics, global finance and worldwide societal norms and changes.
The overall objective of the MSc in International Management is to provide students with in-depth knowledge and expertise in international business and cross-cultural management. It provides students with the knowledge and skills required to manage and work in multinational corporations or more generally in the global context.
On completion of the programme, students should:
Understand current theories, concepts and frameworks in: cross-cultural management; global finance and global marketing; international human resource management; international management, knowledge and innovation; international business & the multinational enterprise.
Appreciate the relevance of theories, concepts and frameworks to undertaking business across frontiers.
Have a solid grounding in quantitative and qualitative research methodologies.
Understand the practical tools and techniques applied at strategic and operational levels when successfully undertaking cross-border activities.
Identify, analyse and evaluate international management and international business options.
Integrate and apply knowledge from a range of international management and international business subjects.
Synthesise and present complex information in an appropriate way according to audience requirements.