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1 year

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Qualification type

MSc - Master of Science

Subject areas

Management (General) International Business Studies

Course type


Course Summary


Our MSc International Management is designed to help you build a career in management where an understanding of global contexts and issues is becoming increasingly important. The MSc will equip you with the theoretical knowledge and conceptual skills to work in environments requiring high levels of international managerial competence. International guest lecturers and case studies will help you better understand the international contexts of management.

Leadership and management skills are essential for organisational success, and through the course, you will acquire a robust set of analytic tools enabling you to play a productive role in the management of international business organisations. You will develop global perspectives of business and management, informed by a sound understanding of the wider cultural and national contexts in which organisations exist.

Contemporary businesses need managers who relish and adapt to the ever-changing complex challenges that shape today’s globalised marketplace.


Graduates are equipped to work in professional practice in middle management at international level, where you can make an early and significant contribution to your employer.

MSc International Management graduates will also acquire important analytical and management skills suitable for various generalist managerial roles and have a strong understanding of organisational performance, strategy, ethics, leadership, and general business management.

Further Study

Graduates from this MSc can progress to undertake a doctoral research programme of study. You will also gain PGCert and PGDip awards in this course.


This module provides learners with an understanding of the concepts of leadership and strategic change management by developing a critical multi-disciplinary approach to organisation and development. The module is predicated on the basis that the future performance of organisations will depend on employees at all levels being able to fully understand the change process and to implement and cope with change successfully. As such, this module will examine a range of theoretical and practical approaches to the management of change, with particular emphasis on people management and leadership issues. This module focuses on key theories and techniques that relate to the management of organisation change including the challenges of leading, influencing, and achieving sustainable changes pertinent to learners? own organisation needs. Students will develop skills of synthesising information resulting from strategic analysis, making sound judgements in the absence of complete data and constructively challenging existing organisation ideas and practices. Knowledge and skills relating to problem solving, team performance and communication will also be addressed.
Professional Practice Project (60 Credits) - Core

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Entry requirements

You require either an Honours Degree in any discipline, an Ordinary Degree in any discipline plus relevant professional experience. If you possess relevant professional experience only then you may be considered for entry to this course at the discretion of the Programme Leader.