Master of International Business
- CRICOS Code: 080608E
- 2 years full time / 4 years part time
- On Campus (Parkville)
- Available to domestic and international students
- Start Year Intake - March and Mid Year Intake - July
Why study international business at Melbourne Business School?
- Have an international experience while you study: Go on exchange with one of the University’s 200+ exchange partners, take an overseas intensive subject or complete a dual degree in Milan or Montreal
- Connect with industry: Complete an internship or a consulting subject working to solve a real company problem in Melbourne, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur or London, plus get involved in our simulation based corporate strategy capstone subjects
- Specialise in international business while gaining skills in international relations: International Business students can take up to three elective subjects in the University’s Master of International Relations
- Leading reputation: Melbourne is ranked 26th globally for business and management (QS Rankings by subject 2020)
- Become part of our global network: With over 60,000 business alumni in over 100 countries, you’re ensuring that you join a valuable network of peers from all business disciplines right from day one
What is it about?
The Melbourne Business School's Master of International Business will equip you with effective management skills for the international business sector.
Your knowledge and understanding will be developed through in-depth learning in areas such as:
- Strategic management
- Corporate governance in a global context
- Cross-cultural impacts
- Marketing in an international space
Who is it for?
This program is for graduates who wish to establish a management career in international business, and who aim to develop a sound understanding of the policies governing the world trade and investment system, with a particular focus on the Asia-Pacific region.
The program is also offered as a 1.5 year full time option (part-time equivalent available for domestic students) if you have previously completed a undergraduate degree in business, commerce or a related discipline.