International Business Management Msc 2022

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The objective of FA2 is to build upon material introduced in first year in order to develop students’ technical skills in financial statement preparation. Students will gain an appreciation of the regulatory framework for financial reporting. They will examine the usefulness of financial statement information, by looking at the form and content of accounts produced by partnerships and public limited companies. Students will explore how to account for basic transactions through the implementation of current accounting standards and apply their knowledge in both the manual and the computerised environment, the latter through the SAGE accounting package.

This course deals with the detail of why property requires to be valued and how the valuation process operates in the UK by way of the implementation of the RICS “Red Book”. Practical valuation exercises are undertaken, which include the inspection and measurement of property and the analysis of comparable evidence. This course is an introductory course in microeconomics where we study the decision making of individual actors (consumers, employees, firms, governments, etc.) in an economy. Actors must make decisions about behaviours because they face scarce resources, but often they find that trading with other actors in markets can increase the wellbeing of all parties.

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The internet and emerging digital technologies present business with all kinds of opportunities and challenges. Work with a local small or medium-sized enterprise to solve a problem or produce a plan for the organisation. This hands-on module allows you to apply what you’ve learned to a real business problem or opportunity. Discover core marketing theories and concepts such as segmentation, targeting and positioning, consumer behaviour, and marketing mix. Apply your understanding of these different concepts in a real-life business project.

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It assesses the extent to which capitalism can engage with postconflict places, and critically reviews the problems of applying Western ways to non-Western systems. To develop understanding of the importance and impact of knowledge sharing in global organisations, and an appreciation of how one may develop an organisational culture favourable to knowledge sharing. Show you would be able to apply them (e.g., selecting the correct theories or frameworks to be applied when making international marketing decisions, and using the theories in a way that enhances the decision-making activity). To demonstrate the relevance of the institutional context in the adoption, adaptation and diffusion of management practices across the world. To provide a wider scope of operations management in terms of its application and the interface between production, supply chain management and the use of IT and modern technology in operations.

This course includes a compulsory exchange period in Year 3 when you’ll spend time abroad studying at one of our partner business schools. We currently send students on exchange to various universities all over the world. The culmination of the MSc International Business is your Independent Study where you select a theme which reflects your interests in international business and your career ambitions.