Glyndwr University

International Business and Supply Chain Management MSc

The MSc program incorporates distinctive areas of knowledge, skills, and mindset traits that contribute to effective performance at a management level within an organization. Module content, delivery, and assessment develop the individual profile of the learner, enabling greater confidence and marketability as a professional.

Advance your studies at the postgraduate level and build a career in an international business and supply chain management role.

The program is structured to allow you to study subject areas through your chosen pathways, while also engaging with core modules across the program, which allows a breadth of diversity, interconnection,, and enrichment amongst studies, both in the classroom and the wider student community.

Key course features

  • Be part of a Business School that was one of 3 UK universities internationally shortlisted for the 2022 AMBA/BGA Excellence Awards for best innovation strategy for active learning
  • Join a Business School that already has a well-established and successful international postgraduate community
  • Meet Leading Business leaders in your chosen field
  • Experience our new Business Simulation Suite to bring real business problems to life
  • Optional advanced practice module - 480 hours+ of work placement experience – across a 12-week placement

Entry Requirements

  • An Honours degree (2:2 or above) in  relevant subject
  • IELTS 6.5 (with no individual skill score below 6.0) 2 years before the course start date.
  • AS / A Level English Language and/or Literature Grade C

Career Prospects

Supply chain management has five key elements—

  • planning,
  • sourcing raw materials,
  • manufacturing,
  • delivery,
  • returns.

Career opportunities after completing International Business and Supply Chain Management

  • Purchasing agent.
  • Operations manager.
  • Logistics analyst.
  • Purchasing manager.
  • Supply chain manager.
  • Logistician.
  • Logistics manager.

Course Details


Corporate Strategy and International Management
Finance and Accounting for Business
International Organisational Branding
Subject Specific Modules:
International Operations and Supply Chain Management (core subject pathway)
Linear Programme and Time Series Predication (core subject pathway)

Optional Modules

International Entrepreneurship
Globalisation and Contemporary Issues in International Business
International Business Principles and Practice (option - 20 credits)

Dissertation Modules

Research Methods and Dissertation

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