MA International Business (Management)
Course Categories
£8000
Duration
Full Time - 1 Year
Start Date (s)
SEP 2021

MA International Business (Management)

MA International Business (Management) encompasses key functional areas evaluated in a global context, preparing students for a wide range of cross-sector international career opportunities.

Over the 12-month duration of the programme our students will receive advanced tuition through the study of topics critical to the success of the management of international business.

In support, students will also benefit from access to Nelson College London’s library and our New Computer Lab. Additional resources are also available through London Metropolitan University.

Course Structure / Units (Management)

Semester

Module Code

Module Title

Status

Credits

Autumn

LT7F01

Business Research and Study Skills

Core

20

Autumn

LT7F02

Assembling and Managing High Performance Teams Across Cultures

Core

20

*Autumn

LT7F09

Transformation and Change Leadership in a Global Context

Core

20

Spring

LT7F04

International Digital Marketing

Core

20

Spring

LT7F05

Managing Applications of Finance in the Global Economy

Core

20

*Spring

LT7F08

International Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Core

20

Summer

LT7F07

International Business Research Project

Core

60

*Highlighted areas indicate modules taught for the management programme only!

Entry requirements:

A good honours degree (minimum 2:2) in a relevant subject discipline. Students whose medium of study at degree level qualification is not English are required to produce evidence of English language proficiency at IELTS 6.0 (with 5.5 in each component) or equivalent or must pass an entry diagnostic assessment organised by Nelson College.

Assessment:

A range of assessment methods including essays, reports, portfolios, case studies, info graphic creation and oral presentations appropriate to postgraduate study are used to measure student performance academically and in relation to life and work experiences. Further information on the assessment weighting can be found in the course and module specifications.

Delivery Method

Blended Learning Delivery Format (Online Teaching with Periodic Campus Attendance)

Your online learning will include scheduled weekly three-hour sessions (morning and afternoon) for each module, comprising of: Lectures, tailored instructional videos, Interactive exercises, Case Studies and Online discussions guided by Academic Support Tutors.

All relevant lecture materials and various additional resources will be uploaded to our Virtual online Learning Environment (VLE).

On-Campus Classes

Classes and seminars are designed to consolidate your knowledge and understanding, share your professional experience and challenge your ideas to apply to real-world cases.

*A class timetable will be available at your Course Interview for further discussion.

Weekend Schools

You will also be required to attend one Weekend School per Semester.

Fees: £8000

Course duration: Full-time: 1 year

Course location: Gants Hill

Awarding body: London Metropolitan University