How do business and other organisations manage their activities in a complex international environment?
Our MSc International Management programme is designed to develop your understanding of key aspects of international management and strategy in a global context. The programme will enable you to analyse interactions between local and global factors in different regional contexts and develop a critical understanding of appropriate international management strategies for today’s global economy.
The programme comprises:
- core modules in International Management, International Business Strategy and Research Methods in Management; open options in International Management in China, MENA or Japan;
- further open options in different aspects of international management (for example, Corporate Finance, International Marketing, Corporate Governance, Cross Cultural Management, Risk Management, Human Resource Management); and
- a dissertation on a topic in International Management.
Why study MSc International Management at SOAS
- we're ranked 11 in the UK and 2 in London for Business and Management by the 2019 Guardian University league table
- programmes are delivered by a multicultural and international teaching body, who regularly publish in top international journals
- you will develop an excellent understanding of key issues shaping international business strategy
- we are specialists in the delivery of more that forty African and Asian languages. As the economies of the Global South continue to expand, knowledge of another language and other cultures will be a big asset in the world of commerce and international trade
- you will be joining our thriving community of alumni and academics who have an impact on the world outside of academia
- you will be able to flexibly structure your programme using our optional modules and/or optional modules from other departments, including the opportunity to learn a regional language
Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings
Start of programme: September intake only
Mode of Attendance: Full-time or Part-time
- Minimum first degree with good grades in any subject equivalent to a UK upper second class honours. Relevant professional qualifications or experience will be considered.
- One calendar year full-time; two calendar years part-time
- UK/EU fees:
- Overseas fees:
Fees for 2019/20 entrants. This is a Band 4 fee. The fees are per academic year. Please note that fees go up each year. Further details can be found in the Fees and Funding tab on this page or in the Registry Postgraduate Tuition Fees page
Professor Christine Oughton Convenor