Are you looking to enhance your understanding of International Business to further or facilitate a change in your career?
The Master of International Business focuses on developing skills and the understanding required to be a successful manager for organisations with an international focus. A Master of International Business will provide graduates with superior knowledge and skills to operate in the global business environment.
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The Master of International Business focuses on developing skills and understanding required to be a successful manager for organisations with an international focus by enriching student’s knowledge on various areas of a global business including international strategy, marketing across countries, international human resources management and cross cultural negotiation.
Courses to support your drive and direction include:
Entry into the Master of International Business will be available for applicants who have:
Students seeking Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) must apply to the Program Convenor. RPL applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Minimum English Language Proficiency Requirements
AUD 41,455 (indicative annual fee)
Indicative annual fees are based on a full year full time load (80 units).
Graduates of the Master of International Business understand the complex dynamics of multinational firms and the global economic environment in which they operate. Our students will be able to conduct strategic analysis of business opportunities in an international context. Graduates will also be able to comprehend how national and international economic, political, legal and commercial organisations and institutions impact upon multinational and domestic enterprises. The relevant knowledge and skills underlie many senior roles including but not limited to:
The University of Newcastle’s approach to the study of international business ensures that you can aspire to careers in wide variety of organisations including multinational firms, domestic firms, non-government and not-for-profit organisations, educational institutes and international bodies, such as the World Bank and UN.