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UWL, MA, International Business Management

 United Kingdom


Study mode Start date Duration Fee international Fee UK/ EU Fee study period Year of study
Full-time Feb, Sep weeks: 1 £11500 £7200 Whole course 2017 - 2018

MSc International Business Management is one of the most popular master courses among British and international students. This course provides you with critical understanding and critical appreciation of international business management issues and business strategy, and offers options to let you develop particular areas of expertise.

You will discuss real-life case studies with peers and tutors, improving your ability to analyse and synthesise complex issues, think critically and communicate effectively. Through a combination of lectures, seminars, workshops, management simulations and group projects, you will learn from a team of experienced tutors, many with management experience in their specialist field.

The course provides students with dual accreditation, from Chartered Management Institute (CMI). 

The course also includes an International field trip (paid for by the University), to help you gain valuable insight into operating effectively in a global, multicultural context. 

MSc International Business Management is taught at the Claude Littner Business School that has strong links with national and international employers. The business school was launched by Alan Sugar in 2014 and named in honour of the University alumnus Claude Littner.

Career prospects

On completion, students can progress into managerial role in an international organisation or in a small to medium sized enterprise with an international outlook.

Students from this course have gone on to further their careers as:

  • Operation managers
  • Marketing managers
  • Sales managers
  • project co-ordinators
  • Data analysts
  • Financial planners.


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Mariann Baker

International Representative of the University of West London

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