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Royal Holloway University of London MSc International Business Management
Royal Holloway University of London

MSc International Business Management

Egham, United Kingdom

1 Years

English

Full time

31 Jul 2024

Sep 2024

GBP 23,900 / per course *

On-Campus

* EU and international student tuition fee per year. UK student tuition fee per year - £14, 800

Introduction

The Royal Holloway International Business Management MSc is a rigorous - and rewarding - programme aimed at ambitious and self-motivated individuals at the outset of their professional working life. It is ideal for those who wish to pursue a postgraduate degree in general management with an international orientation and will prepare you to enter the globalised world of work on a competitive footing, maximising your potential and widening your choices.

On graduating you will have a comprehensive and integrated knowledge and understanding of organisations, their management and the environment in which they operate. As part of this, you will have examined accounting and finance from a manager's point of view and evaluated the impact of internal and external factors on the kinds of human resource strategies drawn up by international organisations. The course will provide an understanding of how international management fits into the organisation and running of a company or multi-company corporation. There is also the option to participate in a field study trip, involving visits to a range of companies in a different country and an examination of how businesses operate at an international level.

As a member of the School of Business and Management you will join an intellectually stimulating, friendly and supportive research environment and, through working closely with our expert and experienced academic staff, you will be in a position to realise your full potential.

  • Career management and employability skills to make competitive applications to multinational enterprises, non-governmental organisations or as a platform to pursue additional qualifications (such as in accounting or Marketing).
  • Conversion course so therefore particularly relevant if you did not study management as part of your undergraduate degree or have less than two years full-time work experience. It is also applicable to graduates who are involved in family-owned and own businesses.
  • Inspiring international community; approximately 60% of our Management students come from overseas, with over 130 countries represented across the University.

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