Programme Learning Outcomes

By the end of this Programme learners will be able to:

1. develop awareness of the broader contexts and sphere of influence within which international business operates. (60 credits)

2. study and practise international business and management drawing on a range of perspectives in the fields of international marketing, strategic management, entrepreneurship, international human resource management, and international business. (120 credits)

3. develop their critical thinking, conceptual thinking and reasoning skills relating to international business and management. (60 credits)

4. enhance their employability, career potential and personal effectiveness. (120 credits)

5. develop their ability to carry out independent research in the field of business and management. (120 credits)

6. augment their intellectual and transferable skills especially as they relate to management and business. (60 credits)

7. develop a grounding in the disciplines and methodologies of international business management and to stimulate a critical awareness of the factors associated with the changing focus of contemporary international business practice. (60 credits)

8. engage in practical experience whilst integrating your academic studies. (120 credits)