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Master of International Business

  • CRICOS Code: 080608E

What will I study?

Overview

This course aims to provide you with wide ranging skills that will enhance your effectiveness as a manager working in international business. It provides a solid grounding in strategic thinking, relative to international and global market operations, and an understanding of how operating across borders impacts on functional areas (such as marketing, accounting, finance and HRM). This course should also develop an awareness of the policies governing the world trade and investment system, from the perspectives of a sovereign country, a regional trade bloc and a supra-national institutional (such as the IMF, World Bank and WTO). The course emphasises the Asia-Pacific region and pursues a cross disciplinary approach to analysing and solving complex problems.

Degree Structure

200 point program

The 200 Point Master of Management consists of 16 subjects comprising:

  • 3 foundation subjects
  • 8 core subjects
  • 3 elective subjects
  • 2 capstone subjects

150 point program

Students entering the Master of Management with 50 points of advanced standing will need to successfully complete 12 x 12.5 point subjects comprising:

  • 1 foundation subject
  • 6 core subjects
  • 3 elective subjects
  • 2 capstone subjects

Dual Degree Program

A limited number of places are available annually to high-achieving Master of International Business students. Eligible students who successfully complete a dual degree program will graduate with the Master of International Business from the University of Melbourne and either the MSc Marketing Management from Bocconi or the MSc Global Supply Chain Management from HEC Montreal.

It will take a student enrolled in the 150 point Master of International Business program, 2 years of full-time study to graduate with both qualifications (1 years at Melbourne, 1 year at the partner institution).

It will take a student enrolled in the 200 point Master of International Business program, 2.5 years of full-time study to graduate with both qualifications (1.5 years at Melbourne, 1 year at the partner institution).

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