This course is ideal if you aspire to a career in consulting or general management in many sectors, including retail, media, healthcare, telecommunications, real estate, oil and gas, and energy. You will acquire the skills to become a dynamic business manager and work effectively in multicultural teams anywhere in the world. You will apply your knowledge to practical business situations including a consultancy project with a real business. There is also the opportunity to specialise in a variety of business disciplines, including project management, marketing, and entrepreneurship to market yourself more competitively.
- This course is accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).
- Opportunity to gain a recognised Prince 2 qualification.
- Possibility to participate in a week-long study visit to a foreign business school where you will meet students studying a similar course and undertake visits to local companies.
- Your assessments will reflect real business situations including undertaking a consultancy project with a real business instead of a dissertation. Recent students have worked with General Electric (GE), L'Oreal, Henkel, Kimberly-Clark and Arqiva.
Reasons to choose Kingston University
- Kingston Business School is one of only five per cent of the world's business schools to be accredited by AACSB International.
- All students will gain direct industry experience through the Consultancy in Practice module, with the possibility of study exchange overseas.
- You will have the option to study for a recognised Prince 2 qualification.
- Free car parking at the Kingston Hill campus is available for students of this course. The campus can also be easily accessed by public transport. Halls accommodation is just a walk away from the classrooms.
The following pathways are also available:
- International Business Management with Entrepreneurship MSc
- International Business Management with Marketing MSc
- International Business Management with Project Management MSc