International Management BSc
Our variety of courses builds on Sussex’s powerful foundation of interdisciplinary study, encompassing corporate threat management, entrepreneurship, international finance, and international and innovation management. You will be equipped to operate in qualified practice in middle management at international level, where you can make an early and substantial contribution to your employer. You will devise and total a detailed piece of research in an international management subject of your picking out, gaining further expertise and understanding that is invaluable for future career enhancement. You also select 3 from Corporate Governance • Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility • Globalisation and Integration • International Marketing Management • International Entrepreneurship • International Human Resource Management • Multinational Financial Management.
Students are introduced to: the implications of globalisation for HRM and labour, the specific human resource management issues confronted by Multinational organisations human resource management systems in a range of different national contexts and the social dimension of the EU and its implications for HRM. If International Management is your second significant, then you can count MNGT221 as a key paper for this subject.
Lastly, you will develop the capability to reflect on the meaning of culture and understand its effect on your own management practice, as effectively as see how international challenges can build new business opportunities. Discover about the key elements of human resource management, look into current concepts, trends and concerns inside international supply chains and develop your understanding of international trade and finance.
Right after a short evaluation of the sales environment, this MSc in International Management course will describe negotiation tactics, and address the cultural idiosyncrasies influencing the deal making approach. Structured international coursework which includes one particular of: ECON306/406 International Trade and Finance or FINA417 International Corporate Finance or MCOM376/476 Diversity Leadership or MKTG353/453 International Marketing. This MSc also introduces you to certain key functional locations of international management: marketing, finance, and entrepreneurship.
This topic will prepare you for an fascinating range of careers in the commercial sector, specifically in exporting, international management, finance, tourism, and government departments such as New Zealand Trade and Enterprise. This MSc in International Management course offers a broad survey of international economics and strategies in which worldwide economical interdependence is escalating. Instances and role-plays will illustrate some of the circumstances faced by international negotiators.