International Business Part-Time Anglia Ruskin University

In essence, this course focuses on issues critical to all organisations within the global economy and explores the various issues that nation states, organisations and individuals are presented with. The global economic slowdown, following problems in the sub-prime market in the USA, has made it all too clear how interconnected the global economy presenting organisations with enormous opportunities as well as challenges. The course also emphasises the importance of the multidisciplinary perspectives to the understanding of international business activity, including economic, political, legal, socio-cultural and technological perspectives.

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Our MSc International Business course modules have been selected to help our students develop the diverse skill sets and knowledge necessary to successfully conduct business activities in a variety of roles, and functions in various industry sectors, in the international business sector.

The dual degree aspect of the programme provides our students with the opportunity to spend time in other universities during your studies thereby facilitating growth as 'global citizens'. Specialists from around the world provide regular workshops and presentations throughout the course and provide an opportunity to liaise with researchers and practitioners within the field of Business.

Aims

This course has been designed for those aiming at a career in international business. It aims to enhance the career of our students through development and use of applied business skills with an international focus through both teamwork and an individual research environment. We have produced graduates who have been highly successful in a wide range of business, management and professional careers throughout the global economy in areas including, international business development, marketing, international supply chain, logistics, project management HR in international global organisations, management consultancy, banking and international finance.

Core modules: PG Cert stage

  • Research Methods for Business and Management
  • Supply Chain Strategy & Operations
  • Contemporary Issues in International Management


Core modules: PG Dip stage

  • Finance for Decision Making
  • Digital Marketing Communications
  • Human Resource Management in the Global Context

Core modules: MA stage

  • Postgraduate Major Project
Cost of the master: Not declared
  • Tutoring
  • Laboratories
  • Wifi access
  • Disability services
  • Canteen/Meal tickets
  • Housing capacity 1000
  • Sport activities
  • Cultural activities
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                  Europe
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                  Italy
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                  Gender:
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                  • 26 - 30

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                  Foreigners:
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