Master of International Business

2 years full-time, Parkville — Domestic and International students. CRICOS code: 080608E

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Course Description

The Master of International Business will equip you with effective management skills for the international business sector.

Your knowledge and understanding will be developed through in-depth learning in areas such as:

  • strategic management
  • corporate governance in a global context
  • cross-cultural impacts 
  • marketing in an international space
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HOW WILL YOU LEARN?

Besides lectures and classroom-based tutorials, you will also:

  • participate in cutting-edge case studies on issues presented by various industries in international contexts
  • have the opportunity to participate in Enrichment Programs such as in-company subjects, the Melbourne Business Practicum and the Global Business Practicum 
  • Part-time study options available for domestic students. 

WHO IS IT FOR?

This program is for graduates who wish to establish a management career in international business, and who aim to develop a sound understanding of the policies governing the world trade and investment system, with a particular focus on the Asia-Pacific region.

WHERE WILL IT TAKE ME?

Prashanth Mazmudar
Prashant Mazumdar, Graduated: 2013, self-employed Foreign Exchange Trader, previously Futures Trader at Aliom Trading, Australia
Michelle Lao
Michelle Lao, Graduated: 2013, Senior Audit Associate at Deloitte, Macao

A QUALIFICATION THAT CAN TAKE YOU ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD - DUAL DEGREES

Exclusive to the Master of International Business, our dual-degree program enables high-achieving students to undertake a year of international study, while gaining functional expertise in a related business discipline, signalling a commitment to a career in international business to prospective employers.

The University of Melbourne has agreements with prestigious partner institutions:

  • Bocconi University in Milan, Italy  
  • HEC Montreal in Canada

See our Current Student site for more information on the dual degree program. 

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Application Deadlines

For Semester 1 (February): 31 October

For Semester 2 (July): 30 April 

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