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Master of International Business with Master of Arts in International Communication


Course Description

The purpose of a double Masters degree is to provide students with the option of completing two internationally focused degrees within one period of candidature. A double degree will interest those students who would like to extend their business skills in to the complimentary areas of international communications.

Holding two international postgraduate qualifications will be an advantage to graduates seeking work in multinational commercial organisations, government agencies, global institutions or business orientated media.

This double Masters degree requires the completion of twelve units. There are seven core units and five elective units.

Applicants must have also completed sufficient business units in a prior degree in the areas of finance, accounting, marketing and economics. Applicants without sufficient university level business studies will be required to complete a preliminary program of one semester (six months).

Entry Requirements

Bachelor degree in communication, media, public relations or similar from a recognised university. GPA of at least 2.70 out of 4.00. English proficiency is required (IELTS 6.5, TOEFL 580).

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