MSc International Management and Business Communication with Human Resource Management
September 2021 Entry
The deadline for applications from Scottish and RUK students is 31st August 2021. For EU and overseas applicants, we guarantee to consider applications submitted by the 8th August 2021. Applications from EU and overseas applicants received between 9th and 31st August 2021 will be considered, where possible, for September 2021 Entry.
The MSc International Management and Business Communication with Human Resource Management programme concentrates on developing professional communication skills in business and HRM contexts, as well as an understanding of intercultural and international business and HRM issues.
The structure of the programme is designed to provide graduates with access to a range of professions and managerial careers within businesses engaged internationally, but in particular in the area of HRM.
Alongside the practical skills and knowledge acquired, students will also engage in independent research, providing a potential route to research training in cognate disciplines at a higher level.
|Semester 1 (Sept - Dec)||Semester 2 (Jan - April)|
|International Business Context||Human Resource Management|
|Work Culture & Organisations||Business Economics|
|Business Communication||Research in International Business Communication|
|Intercultural Communication in the Workplace||Option|
Optional course, choose one from:
- Managing Diversity in Business
- International Marketing
- Branding and Communications
- Project Management
- International Trade Law
- Issues and Trends in Tourism
- Intercultural Perspectives on Sustainable Development
Dissertation in International Business Communication with a focus on commnication and Human Resource Management
Good (first or second class) Honours degree, or its non-UK equivalent, from a recognised British or overseas university.
English language requirements
Non-native speakers of English must provide evidence of their English language ability. This must be IELTS, or equivalent, of 6.5 (with no element below 6.0).
Applicants with a degree in a directly related area and/or relevant professional experience and language background should contact us for an informal assessment of suitability as a candidate
- Your residency 'status' is usually defined as the country where you have been ordinarily resident for the three years before the start of your course. Find out more about tuition fees.
- Fee per course (module). Refer to the Course Content to see how many courses comprise the full programme.
- Overseas includes applications from European Union countries who do not hold Pre-Settled or Settled status in the UK. Read more about the application process for EU nationals.
Scholarships and bursaries
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