Our MSc in International Management is a complete management education. No matter your background, this course is designed to equip you with the key business skills required to carve out a bright future as a global leader.
You’ll build a robust foundation in international business principles through our comprehensive range of required modules:
International Business Strategy – Explore contemporary challenges in corporate and business strategy.
International Finance & Accounting – Analyse financial statements, product costing, firm profitability and understand the role of accounting in organisations.
Comparative Management – Examine national business systems, their institutional characteristics and investigate the context of corporate governance from a comparative perspective.
International Marketing – Understand the unique aspects of marketing in the international business environment.
Research Methods – Learn the methodology involved in qualitative and quantitative management research.
You’ll also choose three electives, through which you’ll consolidate your understanding of international management:
International Financial Management – Deepen your knowledge of the key concepts in finance and financial markets.
International Entrepreneurship – Learn the skills global business leaders use to operate in an international environment.
International Human Resource Management – Understand people, organisations, learning and development in multinational organisations.
Global Governance & Sustainability – Tackle international sustainability challenges and examine the changing relationship between business, government and society in the global economy.
Work and New Technology: International Studies and Perspectives – Analyse how global firms use varying approaches to technology, users and consumers.
Marketing, Interaction and Technology – Explore how technology affects marketing practice and consumer behaviour.
European Business Context and Corporate Strategies - Examine the evolving European business context considering current and emerging challenges.
Everything you’ll learn at King’s Business School will equip you with the skills, experience and knowledge to realise your full potential and become a future global leader.
We teach our students practical, personal, intellectual and transferable skills. Through studying our diverse and comprehensive range of modules, we’ll develop your critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making skills within an international context.
On top of key skill development, you’ll acquire a comparative understanding of the key systems of management and advanced business strategies, along with the ability to identify the sources of competitive advantages for international companies.
Upon completing the programme, you’ll understand strategic management decision making, and have a deep knowledge of the wider economic, political and cultural environments modern business leaders operate in. You’ll also understand the nature and development of different systems of management and be able the analyse the role, strategy and models of the multinational enterprise.
We use lectures, seminars and group tutorials to deliver most of the modules on the course. You will also be expected to undertake a significant amount of independent study.
|Modules ||Lectures, seminars and feedback ||Self-study |
| Per 15-credit taught module
|| The total contact time for each 15-credit taught module is 20 - 30 hours. These sessions will include lectures, teacher-led and student-led group discussions based on the main areas of study.
|| Each 15-credit taught module has 120-130 hours of self-guided learning time.
| Dissertation module
|| You will receive two dissertation workshops and four hours of one-to-one supervision.
|| Approximately 592 hours
Typically, one credit equates to 10 hours of work.
The primary method of assessment for this course is a combination of written examinations, coursework, individual or group projects, presentations, case studies and multiple-choice tests.