Postgraduate study
Business, Accounting, Leadership & Management

MSc International Management (Operations)

This programme provides clear links between theory and international business practice and places discussion of relevant management techniques and themes in the context of the international stage.

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Full-time

  • within 1 year

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September 2018 entry

Part-time

  • 2 years

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September 2018 entry

  • One afternoon and evening per week
  • Enrolment date: September
  • Admission enquiries: 01642 384491
  • Fee for UK/EU applicants: £561 per 20 credits
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It focuses on areas such as global decision-making within operations and finance, global economics and cultural issues within management in an international environment.

This course provides clear links between theory and international business practice and places discussion of relevant management techniques and themes in the context of the international stage. It focuses on areas such as business operations and cultural issues within management in an international environment.

You develop your understanding of strategic and change management alongside cross-cultural and international aspects of business. You reflect on the main functional areas of international business and integrate theoretical knowledge with practical enterprise skills in a global context as well as allowing developing strategic thinking in business operations.

Course structure

Modules for this course will appear here soon.

Modules offered may vary.

How you learn

This programme enables you to develop a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of international management and broad business operations themes as well as a range of practical, professional and key transferable skills.

  • Interactive classroom sessions deliver the relevant subject knowledge and allow you to explore and apply theory to real examples.
  • You engage in group work, class debate, employer projects, case studies analysis and research.
  • The dissertation requires the use of a range of cognitive and intellectual skills and you need to demonstrate the ability to produce a substantial piece of self-directed work.

How you are assessed

The assessment strategy has been designed to assess your subject-specific knowledge, cognitive and intellectual skills and transferable skills applicable to the workplace. The strategy ensures that you are provided with opportunities for feedback to assess your learning and guide you with the final assessments for each module.

The assessments include assignments, business reports, case studies, presentations, a research proposal and literature review, and the production of a dissertation. The assessments may include individual or group essays or reports.

Career opportunities

Successful completion of this programme opens up opportunities in international business and business operations.

Entry requirements

The normal entry requirement is one of the following:

  • an honours degree (at least a 2:2) in a relevant/related discipline
  • a post-experience or professional qualification
  • equivalent qualifications (including international qualifications).

For EU and international students, an IELTS score (or equivalent) of 6.

For additional information please see the entry requirements in our admissions section

International applicants can find out what qualifications they need by visiting Your Country

Course information

Full-time

  • within 1 year

More full-time details

September 2018 entry

Part-time

  • 2 years

More part-time details

September 2018 entry

  • One afternoon and evening per week
  • Enrolment date: September
  • Admission enquiries: 01642 384491
  • Fee for UK/EU applicants: £561 per 20 credits
    More details about our fees

Contact details

Further information