We offer eight specialist pathways across our Masters portfolio of International Business Management programme. If you choose to study our Masters in International Business Management with Finance you will cover key issues in international business management including the international business environment as well as the importance of strategy, finance, marketing, and organisational behaviour. You will then focus on developing specific knowledge and skills in your chosen pathway subject in preparation for a career in that area.
The international focus of the programme attracts students from all around the world, giving a rich learning environment where international experience and practice is shared.
Students also have the opportunity to take part in team-building and leadership events during the first few weeks of the programme. View our Team Building 2015 photo gallery.
- International Business Context
- Competitive Strategy Marketing
- Business Economics
- Research Philosophy and Practice
- International Marketing
- Select two optional subjects
Optional subjects available:
- Financial Analysis
- Project Management
International Business Context
Explores the nature of a firm’s response to the challenges of internationalisation by examining the strategic basis, method and direction of international strategies. Examines both multi- and micro-nationals and utilises conventional strategic tools to study international strategies.
Examines how companies compete by developing and understanding the interactions and relationships between theoretical concepts; examining the individual components of strategic management models and considering how companies may achieve and sustain competitive advantage.
Looks at how to analyse the financial performance of an organisation through the use of published financial information.
Provides knowledge and understanding of the basic principles and concepts of microeconomics and macroeconomics and to be able to apply this knowledge and understanding in the analysis of a range of economic problems.
Research Philosophy and Practice
Provides an understanding of the social science research process, as well as theory and approaches to research. Develops practical skills (i.e. quantitative and qualitative techniques) in data analysis to transform the raw data into information that guides marketing management valuations.
Finance (pathway module)
To fully understand the role of corporate finance and the application of its techniques in the business organisation
A relevant first class or second class Honours degree or a degree qualification, or equivalent qualification recognised by the Malaysian Government, acceptable by the University.
English language requirements
If English is not your first language, then evidence of proficiency equivalent to IELTS 6.5 is required.
If you do not have IELTS 6.5, we offer a Pre-Sessional English Programme (PSEP) prior to commencing your studies.