Master of International Business - Máster en Negocios Internacionales
The Master of International Business Global offers students a comprehensive postgraduate study program in international business incorporating depth of study in the disciplinary knowledge of international business in the context of other disciplines, and broad scope of business knowledge and skills. The Master of International Business Global dual degree program requires study overseas at a partner institution chosen from leading international universities.
The Master of International Business Global program enables students to develop knowledge and skills from studying in a varied international cultural context, gaining knowledge and experience of other national and business environments. After successfully completing the program, candidates will obtain two degrees - graduating from UNSW with the Master of International Business Global and a further degree awarded by the partner institution. The latter is selected on entry to the program of study. The program provides a unique experience of internationally based learning, as well as knowledge and skills for business at the global level.
completion of a recognized bachelor degree
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
The Master of International Business Global degree is designed for those seeking a professional career in business in a global context. It seeks to enhance the knowledge, skills and experience of candidates based on their initial postgraduate work experience in providing a unique type of qualification to develop career opportunities.
The Master of International Global Business program consists of 96 Units of Credit:
48 UOC completed at UNSW-with 5 core courses and 3 elective options
48 UOC completed at the partner university.
Students are awarded the MIBG and a second degree awarded by a partner university, depending on the option selected. The overseas study component enhances the educational breadth and scope of the MIBG. The current partner programs for the latter are the Master of Business Administration (MBA), awarded by Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China, and the Master of Business Administration, awarded by Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology in Korea.
UNSW core courses:
MGMT5601 Global Bus&Multinat Enterprise (6 UOC)
MGMT5602 Cross-Cultural Mngt (6 UOC)
MGMT5608 Corp. Strategy in East Asia (6 UOC)
MGMT5610 Integrative Cases in Int Bus (6 UOC)
MGMT5912 Internat Business Negotiation (6 UOC)
Plus 3 UNSW elective courses from the following list:
ACCT5907 Int´l Fin Statement Analysis (6 UOC)
ECON5130 Financial Systems &The Economy (6 UOC)
FINS5516 Int´l Corporate Finance (6 UOC)
FINS5550 Intl. Banking Management (6 UOC)
INFS5885 e-Business (6 UOC)
MARK5815 Intl. Marketing in Asia (6 UOC)
MGMT5603 Global Business Strategy & Mgt (6 UOC)
MGMT5604 Asia-Pacific Business & Mngt (6 UOC)
MGMT5606 Chinese Business and Mngt (6 UOC)
MGMT5949 Internat. Human Resource Mngt (6 UOC)
TABL5562 Business Law in a Global Econ. (6 UOC)
TABL5583 International Business Tax (6 UOC)
MGMT5691 Special Topic in Int Business (6 UOC)
GBAT9101 Project Management (6 UOC) OR
ZINT8326 Project Mngmt (6 UOC)
With the approval of the MIB Program Director other courses may be taken
Plus 48 UOC of program study completed in the partner institution – with options of:
Shanghai Jiao Tong University at the Antai College of Economics and Management (award is an MBA from this University)
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology at the College of Business (award is an MBA from this University)