Our Masters course will help you to understand how international business is conducted, with a focus on developing the managerial skills needed to succeed in the global business world.
We’re here to help you prepare for a flourishing career in international business.
Throughout this Masters in International Business, you’ll develop problem-solving and critical-thinking skills within the context of trading across national boundaries. By the end of the course, you’ll have an expansive knowledge of how organisations operate across economies, currencies and regulatory frameworks. You’ll also become an expert in engaging with stakeholders from different cultures and working effectively in a multi-location team.
Our international business Masters course will increase your awareness of new trading blocs and their impact on businesses and managers.
The course covers core business subjects, such as accounting, finance and strategy, in the context of international regulatory frameworks and business practices. It also emphasises ethical and environmental issues, which are increasingly important within the global business environment.
At the University of Stirling Management School, the principle of responsible business, policy and practice is central to everything we do. This vision helps us to equip our students effectively with the skills to act as global citizens, capable of addressing the needs of society.
As a member of the Chartered Association for Business Schools, we have strong links with industry and were recently awarded the Small Business Charter for engagement with local and regional enterprise.
As part of our commitment to flexible learning this postgraduate course in International Business also offers a pathway in Marketing enabling you to graduate with an MSc International Business
There’s also the opportunity to undertake a summer consultancy project with external clients. This allows you to integrate the knowledge and skills from your master’s degree to solve a real business challenge.
The course provides you with the key skills and experience you’ll need to forge your career in an international arena. You’ll:
Postgraduate education at the University of Stirling Management School goes beyond text books and lecture rooms, we also focus on your personal and professional development.
Our unique Flying Start Leadership programme equips you with the awareness, knowledge and techniques essential for building a successful career. These range from practical skills, like effective public speaking, to developing ways to work under pressure in difficult situations and manage conflict. Find out more about Flying Start.
We know that increasing your employability to a range of international businesses and organisations is key driver in taking a Masters degree. Making the Most of Masters programme lets you kick-start your career by undertaking a work based project for your dissertation. The project will be solution focused and address real research needs within an organisation. Go to the Making the Most of Masters website to see more details.
Prepare for Success is an interactive web learning tool for international students who are coming to the UK to study. Take a look at the Prepare for Success website to get more information.
A research-based prize of £200 is open to all students undertaking the MSc in International Business dissertation or consultancy project and is awarded to the student whose dissertation or consultancy project receives the highest mark. The prize may be shared if more than one student achieves the highest mark.
If you’re interested in studying a module from this course, the Postgraduate Certificate or the Postgraduate Diploma then please email Graduate Admissions to discuss your course of study.
The University of Stirling Management School is rated among the top 25 in the UK for research impact, according to REF 2014. In Scotland, the School was ranked in the top five.
64% of our research outputs were classified as world-leading and internationally excellent in terms of their originality, significance and rigour. We were ranked 14th in the UK in terms of research impact with over 60% of our research impact judged to have outstanding reach and wide-ranging impact on the policies of public, private and governmental organisations.