Master of Global Business
Programme code: AK1065
AUT encourages early application. This qualification will remain open until all places have been filled.
The Master of Global Business is a 12-month conversion master’s degree. This programme is designed for someone who may not have a tertiary qualification in International Business but is seeking a professional role that involves cross-border business activities.
As technology is changing the nature of business activity, organisations are increasingly aware of globalisation and its impact on management, business and society. It offers an exciting and rewarding opportunity to study global business for someone who already has a degree. It will enhance career opportunities and employment prospects.
By choosing the Master of Global Business you will develop the knowledge, understanding and skills to prepare you for professional roles in business. Professionals in international business play an important role in managing international operations for companies doing business with other countries.
At the discretion of the Programme Director the IELTS may be waived for :
If your English does not meet the required standard, AUT International House offers GIE programme
A student with an average grade for the coursework papers falling below a B- prior to enrolment in the research project may be required by the examination board to have their points reassigned to the Postgraduate Diploma in Global Business or the Postgraduate Certificate in Business Studies.
The papers in the Master of Global Business cover core professional knowledge and skills in international business, associated business knowledge and skills and an applied research project. All papers are 15 points apart from the research project which is 45 points.
* Fees for study completed beyond 2015 is subject to annual adjustments. Students will be provided with the required text books for their papers.
TIME COMMITMENT AND COMPLETION
There are 6 x 8 week terms each year allowing you to complete the MGBus in 12 months of full time study. The programme may also be taken on a part time basis and completed within 2 – 4 years.
Note: Full time study for a 180 point programme is 12 – 16 months and part time from 24 – 48 months.
Each paper will comprise 36 class contact hours and 114 hours of independent learning. The applied research project will involve 450 hours of learning and research under the guidance of a supervisor.
Last updated: 28-Oct-2015 8.47am
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