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MBA - Master of Business Administration

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Course Summary


This course will enable you to address complex problems that face organisations in today’s dynamic international business environment.

The Canterbury Christ Church MBA International is primarily designed for recent university graduates who have little or no prior work experience but are interested in developing a future career in international business and management. The course aims to engage and educate you in preparation for managerial and career roles in the international business arena. The course has a strong emphasis on employability for careers in business, management and policy making.

The MBA International will encourage stringent and critical professional development, engaging you with the systematic review of international business theories, policies and practice. It will reflect an international body of thinking and study, and investigation of international business problems in the current, complex environment.

It will help you gain insights into the latest trends in international business, as well as UK private and public sector organisations. With the experience of our leading team of researchers and professional practice tutors, we will ensure the MBA International course maintains a pragmatic focus to enhance your business career.

The course will provide you with the necessary knowledge, skills and expertise required in a dynamic, unpredictable and unprecedented global trading environment. Graduates can also engage in further research on the MPhil/PhD programme.

Your future career

This course is heavily oriented towards international business landscape. Many of our graduate students will leave to pursue careers in management consultancy, as well as work in retailing, manufacturing and services. With a strong emphasis on the development of employment skills, graduates go on to pursue various careers in business, management or policymaking. Graduates from this programme often engage in further research on the MPhil/PhD programme. We actively ensure that the curriculum responds proactively to your needs and your community of practice to support success in your future professional roles.


This module will provide an overview of the key concepts of entrepreneurship and innovation. It covers relevant areas in entrepreneurial motivation and behaviour, creativity and idea generation, opportunity identification and assessment, innovation management and international entrepreneurship, which relate to new venture creation and organisational growth with an international perspective. It will also consider the entrepreneurial individual in a work environment reviewing the mind-set, sociological and economic influences. You will have the opportunity to reflect on your own entrepreneurial capacities and evaluate the degree of entrepreneurialism and innovativeness in a selected organisation. The broader global economic and political environments which influence and inform the development of entrepreneurship and innovation approaches will be addressed. Particularly, the context of emerging markets will be emphasized in order to understand the dynamics of entrepreneurship.

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Entry requirements

You will need an appropriate Honours degree (minimum 2.2, or equivalent qualification).

University information

First established in 1962, Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) has built an excellent reputation over the past 60 years for its quality training and education programmes. It is one of just a handful of universities within the UK to be located within a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with campuses in Canterbury, Medway and in Tunbridge Wells. Students who opt to attend CCCU will note the rich heritage of not just the institution but the...more

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