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Middlesex University Dubai MA International Business Management
Middlesex University Dubai

MA International Business Management

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

1 Years

English

Full time, Part time

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Jan 2025

AED 70,000 *

On-Campus

* total fee

Introduction

In the 21st century, businesses are more globally integrated than ever before meaning international business expertise is highly sought after to understand the dynamic conditions and opportunities within a global market. Organisations need managers with skills in this field if they are to achieve their international aspirations. The MA International Business Management Degree is taught within Middlesex University’s Business School where we deliver high-quality teaching and research, and provide a supportive learning environment, helping students to achieve excellent academic results.

Why Study MA International Business Management at Middlesex University?

This challenging programme will suit those who have aspirations to manage in an international context and would like to enhance their career opportunities in this field or progress in their existing career. Core to the course is an understanding of managing company operations and dealing with issues such as financial performance, all within a diverse and multicultural arena to enhance students’ international perspective.

Students will gain in-depth knowledge about the dynamic nature of global business environments and an understanding of the international entrepreneurial activity, as well as experiencing industry-based speakers that will enhance practical awareness. The aim of this programme is to equip students with effective management and operational processes that will enable students to pursue a career path toward managerial positions.

Course Highlights

  • Offers a holistic perspective on international business taking in strategic and logistical issues such as decision making, business strategy, multinational enterprise, financial analysis and supply chain management
  • This course is taught by academics who have research expertise in MNE innovation strategy, emerging market strategies, SME internationalisation, strategic marketing and international HRM
  • You will be able to enhance your understanding of the practice through industry trips and attending talks by guest speakers

Teaching

You will attend workshops, seminars, lectures and talks by guest speakers, and further your understanding through class discussions and work on case studies. In your own time, you will use online learning resources and do your own research, directed reading and independent study – there will be some sessions on research methods. Some coursework and research will be done in groups. You will be assessed through exams and your International Business Management Project, as well as other pieces of individual and group coursework and presentations. You will receive regular feedback on your work throughout the course, including your assessed coursework.

Year-long modules will provide students with more time to assimilate the subject matter in each module. In order to motivate students and facilitate student retention and progression, taught modules will contain a mix of assessment components, both summative and formative. These might include in-class tests, computer-based assignments, essays, case studies, group presentations/assignments and final unseen examinations. The use of summative assessment at various stages of the programme will encourage students to consolidate their understanding.

There will be dissertation workshops on a range of research related topics, such as the structure of a Masters dissertation, identifying a topic, research tools available on the internet (sites where data and academic papers can be downloaded), developing and writing a research proposal, doing an applied econometrics project, and how to write a literature review. Students will be required to submit a dissertation proposal during the second term. This will be used to allocate dissertation supervisors. With guidance from their supervisor, students will be required to prepare a detailed review of the literature, proposed methodology and sourcing of data. This will be submitted to supervisors after the year-end examinations.

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