SEGi University, University of Sunderland, UK
January / May / September
SEGi University Kota Damansara
Global business consists of transactions devised and carried out across national borders to satisfy the objectives of individuals, companies, and organisations. To sustain an edge in such competitive market, businesses are replying solely on management staff with specialist skills and knowledge.
Our Masters of Business Administration (Global Business) programme grooms you in developing strategies and methods for the global market of tomorrow. A module in international finance, global business strategies, global supply chain management, international marketing and international business law dealing with trade equips you to go forward in international business.
We designed the programme to expand your theoretical understanding and critical awareness in today’s global business. You’ll develop strategic and integrated views of organisations and management, develop skills in effective decision-making, a critical awareness of the operation of global organisations within their international environment, and understanding international, ethical and strategic concepts and current theories in the management of global businesses.
Global business is a crucial area for many companies (both large and small) with increasing number of companies branching into global markets; there is a high demand of professionals and managers with skills and qualifications in international business.
For graduates who are working in a business environment, studying the programme is ideal way to progress your career and enjoy improved promotional prospects. Alternatively, as graduates, you’ll have the ability to pursue a new career path in global business management, enjoying a rewarding and challenging career ahead of you.
Students who have completed studies at Masters' level may also be eligible to apply for exemptions.
All applications will be individually assessed.
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