• You will benefit from our unique approach to employability, networking and working with our regional experts and international business leaders • This course adopts a multidisciplinary approach to international business, giving you a chance to study applied analysis in economics, finance, strategy, law, marketing, and human resources • You will attend our industry standard Residential Leadership Weekend and you can work towards our University of Derby Futures Award in Leadership in International Business.
The MSc International Business is designed to develop a thorough knowledge of the economic, financial, legal and cultural factors facing international business that is crucial in today’s world. It integrates analysis from various disciplines including international business strategy, management and marketing, international economics and international trade legislation. You will have access to the Bloomberg service for study and research and also the potential to publish your research.
You will be part of a highly diverse international student cohort which will enhance your understanding of the operation of business and organisations in an international context. You will become strategically aware of the cultural and regulatory diversity of international markets, taking into account international policies, culture and regulatory diversity in international business.
Dedicated support and advice from a personal tutor is available to all students as well as access to a first class professional career service after graduating.
An undergraduate degree (2:2 or above) in a relevant area including: business, economics, management, accounting or finance, or another degree with relevant business experience. International students should have the above or an international equivalent. If English is not your first language, you will need to hold IELTS 6.5 or above.
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Recipient: University of Derby
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