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Master of Business Administration (International Management)

The MBA has become the international standard for graduate business qualifications. It is a generalist’s degree intended for those who wish to widen their managerial knowledge and skills. The philosophy underlying this MBA is to enable our students to deal with the many facets of management. The course aims to develop skills in critical thinking, research and analysis through individual and team based work. A feature of this MBA is that if focuses on critical areas of integration but facilitates some specialisation to accomodate specific career paths.

This programme offers the following unique benefits:

-Involves innovative and flexible approaches to learning
-Is integrative across functions and disciplines
-Allows specialisation through specific strands
-Is application focused and reflective of practice
-Draws on a broad based faculty with access to expertise outside the University
-Links theory and applications

This MBA consists of 16 units of 15 credit points each, for a total of 240 credit points. One credit point represents 10 student learning hours. Students will complete the Capstone Unit, 9 core units and 6 elective units, taken either from the listed electives or from the stranded specialisations table (below).


Capstone Unit
 
BN926
Strategy and Management of Change
 
Core Units

BN921
Organisations: Behaviours, Structure, Processes
 
BM401
Marketing
 
BE402
Business Economics OR
 
BL911
Managing the legal Environment
 
BS922
Competitive Analysis
 
BA401
Accounting and Finance
 
International Management Core Units

BS942
International Business
Plus any three from the following:
 
BE922

Economics of Globalisation
 
BA921

Issues in International Accounting
 
BL921
Managing Law in International Business
 
BN958
Comparative Issues in International Management
 
Elective Units

BN412
Human Resource Management
 
BN923
Knowledge and Information Management
 
BC930
Electronic Commerce
 
BA925
Financial Policy
 
Specialised Strands
 
Electronic Commerce

BC932
Convergent Technologies of Electronic Commerce
 
BC936
Changing Business Paradigms
 
 
BC938
Electronic Commerce Project

Human Resource Management

BN934
Human Job Design
 
BN930
Change Agent Strategies
 
BN933

Management - Employee Relations
 
Marketing

BM921
Consumer Market Research
 
BM404
Services Marketing OR
 
BM922
Marketing in the International Environment
 
BM923
Strategic Marketing
 
Financial Management
 
BA925
Financial Policy
 
BL925
Issues in Corporate Governance and Accountability
 
BE923
Financial Markets and Institutions

- As they are subject to staff availability, there is no guarantee that every unit will be offered in any particular semester.
- All units are subject to change through the process of regular course revision.
- This information was correct at the time of publishing.

Entry requirements: Successful completion of approved undergraduate programme, with appropriate GPA and preferably, relevant work experience. In assessing an applicant’s eligibility, all these factors will be taken into consideration for judging overall suitability.

English requirements: Equivalent IELTS 6.0

Course Duration: Four semesters

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