If you are on the hunt to add to your undergraduate degree and considering International Business Management then you have come to the right place.
The world of business has a broad range of Masters to choose from so researching in detail to find the right fit for you is important. Below are the main details of International Business Management which will hopefully help guide you in the right direction for you.
A postgraduate course in International Business Management will equip you with the practical skills needed to take up a management role and will give you the opportunity to gain expertise in different business disciplines. It will help students to prepare for a variety of business roles in a global context.
You will gain an in-depth understanding of management, international business and strategy. There are many courses to choose from across the UK which all cover similar material of an International curriculum.
A MSc International Business Management course will focus on business trends and how businesses adapt to an ever changing world of technology, customer demands and new challenges such as sustainability in the face of climate change. Students will be able to build commercial awareness and gain an understanding of the challenges and trends facing international businesses in order to equip them with all the necessary skills and knowledge needed to take on a management role in any business on a global scale.
Each course and University may differ in it’s specific requirements however an honours degree (2.1 or 2.2, depending on course) is required in either a business degree or a relevant field. Specific requirements for each course can be found on University websites or course overviews.
This degree offers a broad range of job opportunities and fields as it covers topics on an international level and not specifically to any business or area. Some examples of jobs obtained by graduates are:
- Management roles
- Human resource manager
- Marketing executive
- Business development manager
- Business advisor
- Business analyst
- International businesses
- Management consultancies
- Public institutions
- International relief
- Environmental organisations
A degree such as this can take you in many directions. Many people start out by building experience and through experience, can work their way up to management roles in businesses all over the world.
Similarly, you can use this degree to become a business advisor or business development manager, aiding and advising the management team of businesses rather than being in the management role yourself.
There are multiple ways to use this degree in the business world.
Your salary depends on the field you bring your degree into and the specific job type. A degree such as International Business Management will give its graduates many opportunities across different fields and job types. Therefore, it is hard to put a general salary expectation on such a degree. It is completely dependent on the path you decide and the direction you want to take.
Skills and requirements
- Self motivation
- Hard working
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Work well with others
- Works well off own initiative
- Good management/organisation skills
- Problem solver