Taught course

International Business

Institution
University of Chichester · Business School
Qualifications
MSc

Entry requirements

Please see: https://www.chi.ac.uk/business-school/our-courses/postgraduate-courses/msc-international-business

Months of entry

January, October

Course content

Pre-Masters (October start)

The Pre-Masters is a 10-week practical, project-based course to equip you with the necessary business content knowledge, English language and Masters level study skills. A minimum of 18 class hours per week in small classes of no more than 14 students, the Pre-Masters includes:

  • Personal language development with a focus on business English
  • Academic skills for study at Masters level: : for example, you learn to participate confidently in seminars, workshops and group discussions as well as upgrade your oral presentation, academic reading and writing skills
  • Exploration of a range of case studies to develop and improve your knowledge and approach to the study of International Business
  • Weekly individual tutorial guidance on your progress and personal development strategies

MSc International Business Studies

The MSc prepares you to work as a business manager in an international environment. It gives you experience of a wide range of modules covering many aspects of international business.

October - December Pre-Masters MSc International Business Studies: January - May Semester 1 - Taught modules May - September Semester 2 - Taught modules September - December Dissertation

Pre-Masters

The Pre-Masters is a 10-week practical, project-based course which covers the necessary business content knowledge, English language and Masters level study skills for you to be successful in business studies at postgraduate level. If you have a third class honours degree you need to successfully complete the Pre-Masters before moving on to the MSc programme, as outlined below. The Pre-masters provides a minimum of 18 class hours per week in small classes of no more than 14 students. The Pre-Masters includes:

  • Personal language development with a focus on business English
  • Academic skills for study at Masters level: for example, you learn to participate confidently in seminars, workshops and group discussions as well as upgrade your oral presentation, academic reading and writing skills
  • Exploration of a range of case studies to develop and improve your knowledge of international business
  • Weekly individual tutorial guidance on your progress and your personal development strategies

Assessment is included within the main elements and, at the end of 10 weeks, you need to complete the assessed tasks successfully (minimum 50%) to move on to the MSc programme. If you are not successful at your first attempt, you can improve and resubmit each assessment task one further time.

Fees and funding

UK students
11380.00
International students
12600.00

Qualification and course duration

MSc

full time
12-15 months

Course contact details

Name
Dawn Robins
Email
d.robins@chi.ac.uk
Phone
01243 816000