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International Management (London)

International Management MSc

Build your knowledge and experience of international business and strategic management for your future career as a successful business leader.

 

Course overview

You focus on the international aspects of business, developing contemporary knowledge and insights into the global marketplace – such as international business practices, leading in a cross-cultural environment and developing global operations.

You enhance your career in our internationally connected, industry-facing London campus. Explore the challenges facing global businesses including sustainability, technological disruption and strategic change management. Develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours you need to develop an entrepreneurial attitude and drive innovation, so that your business takes a leading role in providing solutions to challenges in society.

 

Course details

Course structure

Core modules

Emerging Issues in Business and Society

We live in a rapidly changing world, presenting so many opportunities and challenges for business and society. Draw on thought leadership from a mix of disciplines such as business, marketing, social sciences and the humanities.
This module takes inspiration from the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals as a basis for topical content. Given the dynamic nature of the global business environment, you also study what’s happening in the world right now. We want you to take a critical approach to your research within a wider theoretical and contextual base.

Final Project

Understand the relationship between the University or your workplace and your own practice in a collaborative process of generating and using knowledge. Bring together key elements of learning to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of practice in a work-based project. The composition, content and context of your project is unique to you. It’s a great opportunity to reflect on your practice to show continual learning and development. And remember, you are taught content to help you successfully manage and complete your project.

People and Culture

Get an insight into how organisations can tap into the knowledge of their increasingly skilled workforce. And understand the impact of cultural differences on individuals and organisations.

Responsible Leadership

Reflect critically and creatively to support your own leadership development. Examine ideas of responsibility, accountability and sustainability and take a proactive approach to developing your own leadership competencies, behaviours and attributes. In a dynamic business landscape, you need to take a creative, developmental and compassionate approach as a leader, to make sure your organisation is sustainable, innovative and agile.

The Global Strategist

As the global business environment becomes more complex and volatile, organisations of all shapes and sizes must think and act more entrepreneurially, innovatively and creatively, to change and adapt.

Explore strategic theories, tools and concepts relating to the external environment’s impact on strategic challenges and choices. Apply a variety of academic and practical material to your own organisation, or a live case organisation – this will help you appreciate the importance of developing and implementing strategic plans for the success of your organisation, its key stakeholders and society

 

Modules offered may vary.

 

How you learn

You learn in group sessions that focus on practical skills supported by the academic concepts and theories. Which means you can discuss and develop your understanding of topics covered in smaller groups.

Your learning experiences are strengthened by sessions delivered by industry practitioners who share their valuable industry insights with you.

Subject (or modules) are delivered in six-week blocks. You study one at a time, supported by online learning materials.

How you are assessed

You are assessed on your subject-specific knowledge, cognitive and intellectual skills and transferable workplace skills through formative (ongoing) and summative (at the end) assessments.

Assessments include assignments, business reports, case studies and work with business clients.

 

Entry requirements

You need to have one of the following…

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

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

International applicants

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

What you need

To access the on-campus facilities you need a HTML5-capable web browser on a computer such as a Windows, Mac, Chromebook, or Linux computer. HTML5-capable web browsers that can be used include the following:

  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Safari
  • Microsoft Edge

For some sessions you can also access sessions on the following browsers and devices:

  • Chrome or Safari on an iPad (iOS 11 or later)
  • Android (Android 8 or later)
  • Microsoft Surface Pro (Windows 10) tablet

Don't have your own device yet?

Don't worry - we have a bank of devices available for you to loan whenever you are on campus.

You can also access Adobe Creative Cloud - a suite of 20+ world-class, industry-standard creative apps including Photoshop and InDesign.

 

Employability

Career opportunities

You graduate with the knowledge, experience and confidence to succeed in a management role on a global scale. You develop a unique mix of skills to work in roles including global strategic management, leadership and management, strategic marketing management, managing people, operations and finance, or you can set up your own business.

 

Information for international applicants

Qualifications

International applicants - find out what qualifications you need by selecting your country below.

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Useful information

Visit our international pages for useful information for non-UK students and applicants.

 
 

Full-time

2024/25 entry

Fee for UK applicants
£6,710 a year

More details about our fees

Fee for international applicants
£17,000 a year

More details about our fees for international applicants

  • Length: 1 year
  • Start date: September, November, January and March
  • Study dates

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Part-time

  • Not available part-time
 

Why Teesside University London

Expert staff and industry partners

Study a current subject taught by expert staff and industry partners with the latest thinking.

Study in a new way

Usually two days a week for six weeks at a time - so that you can fit life in between.

Campus

Study at a vibrant, creative, local campus with academics, professionals, entrepreneurs and other students around.

Adobe

Study at Europe's first Adobe Creative Campus and develop your creative and digital skills.

Get in touch

UK students

Email: TULadmissions@tees.ac.uk

Telephone: 01642 738801


Online chat

International students

Email: internationalenquiries@tees.ac.uk

Telephone: +44 (0) 1642 738900

 
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