Msc international business and politics politics and international relations|business and management

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Postgraduate

In London

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Description

  • Typology

    Postgraduate

  • Location

    London

Description

Overview
In recent years interest in the relationship between international business and (especially international) politics has increased. This programme sets out to explore concepts, approaches and methods from a truly inter-disciplinary perspective and offers a rich and stimulating basis for postgraduate study. The degree offers a framework for exploring the changing relationship between states and markets, international institutions of global political-economic governance, transnational companies, work, geo-politics, industrialisation and development.
The aims of the programme are for you to:
develop advanced and critical understandings of the politics of international business from various intellectual perspectives, from neo-liberal and mainstream business studies approaches, through to more critical approaches which engage with questions of power and resistance;
acquire an advanced theoretical grounding in the core aspects, and history and politics of, business and its growing internationalisation;
expand the skills to conduct empirical analysis and enquiry, and to present this work in both verbal and written formats, which can be used in the wider professional world.
Learning outcomes
By the end of the programme you will be able to:
demonstrate a clear understanding of the relationship between politics and international business
describe how these processes have changed through recent history
trace the histories of the relationship between the state, business and the growing internationalisation of both of these
discuss the various interpretations of capitalism
explore in depth contemporary manifestations and examples of the politics of international business, with particular attention to state-market relations and North-South questions, and the geo-political implications of these issues
develop the ability to work with a range of theoretical frameworks
consolidate participatory and group working skills interactive collaboration space with...

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67-69 Lincoln'S Inn Fields, WC2A 3JB

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4.7
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  • It feels great to be part of this course and experience the constructive criticism after each piece of work.
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  • I am thankful to MKLC and staff and the systems as well along with teachers. They give valuable feedback and made the journey better. It was tough to get what is desired for without their help. I will try to share their amazing service experience as much as possible.
    |
  • The great university makes the most of the opportunities it provides and also joins societies, works hard don't be lazy.
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Student

4.0
26/03/2019
About the course: It feels great to be part of this course and experience the constructive criticism after each piece of work.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Student

5.0
23/03/2019
About the course: I am thankful to MKLC and staff and the systems as well along with teachers. They give valuable feedback and made the journey better. It was tough to get what is desired for without their help. I will try to share their amazing service experience as much as possible.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Student Reviewer

5.0
02/03/2019
About the course: The great university makes the most of the opportunities it provides and also joins societies, works hard don't be lazy.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Subjects

  • International Business
  • Part Time
  • Global
  • International
  • Options
  • Governance
  • Business and Management
  • Politics
  • International Relations

Course programme

Structure

The MSc in International Business and Politics is currently available for one year full-time study, or two years part-time study. There are six taught modules spread over two semesters, as well as a 12,000 word dissertation.

Please note that your pattern of study will vary depending on your module choices.

Compulsory Modules:

  • Dissertation (POLM017)
  • Approaches to Political Economy (POLM059)
  • World Economy and Development (BUSM090)
  • Organisational Behaviour (BUSM068) or:
  • Strategic Management (BUSM086)
Optional modules include:

Two Business modules from the following options:

  • Multinationals and Global Business (BUSM028)
  • Economics of Development (BUSM073)
  • New Product Development and Business Ecosystems (BUSM084)
  • Global Supply Chain Management (BUSM091)
  • Social and Political Marketing (BUSM095)
  • Corporate Governance (BUSM060)
  • International Business Strategy (BUSM089)
  • Environmental Change:Economics and Policy (BUSM135)
  • Knowledge Innovation, Learning and Organisations (BUSM138)
  • Managing Under Regulation (BUSM140)

One Politics and IR module from the following options:

  • Globalisation and the International Political Economy of Development (POLM026)
  • International Security: War and Peace in the Global Context (POLM027)
  • The EU as an International Actor (POLM079)

Please note that the availability of these modules, the range of elective modules the module organisers and the semester during which each module is run may vary from year to year. The School reserves the right to withdraw one or more of the elective modules if there is insufficient student interest. Detailed module information will be distributed at the start of your study.

Part Time Students

As a part-time student, you will start with the core SPIR module ‘Approaches to Political Economy’ in Semester A of your first year. In Semester B you will take 30 credits from the SBM options. In the second year you will take "World Economy and Development" and either ‘Organisational Behaviour’ or 'Strategic Management' in Semester A, 30 credits from SPIR in Semester B, and the 60 credit dissertation in Semester C.

Msc international business and politics politics and international relations|business and management

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