If you have a bachelor's degree in any field you can study global business at master's level and develop the skills to undertake an important role in a global business, including providing strategic planning or analysis.
In a world where technology continues to overcome geographic limitations, the Master of Global Business is an increasingly relevant qualification. A Master of Global Business equips you with the skills to become an integral part of an organisation that works with international markets, suppliers and customers.
If your English does not meet the required standard, AUT International House offers the GIE programme.
The Master of Global Business is taught over three 10-week trimesters. Each trimester includes 10 weeks of teaching with exams scheduled in weeks 11 and 12.
All courses are 15 points except for the Applied Global Business Project which is 30 points. Textbooks are included in your course fees.
There are three key elements: Core professional knowledge and skills in international business (90 points), associated business knowledge and skills (45 points), an applied project in global business (30 points) and an applied business and communications skills course (15 points).
The outcomes for graduates of the Master of Global Business are outlined in the Graduate Profile below.
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