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International Business Management Masters (MSc): Attendance and timetables

When does teaching take place?

Stage 1

You will start with an induction, which familiarises you with:

  • Kingston Business School resources and facilities, staff and fellow students;
  • the course ethos, expectations and teaching methods; and
  • personal, communication, research and career skills activities.

You will then concentrate on the major underpinning knowledge elements of international business management through the main business-related areas:

  • information management;
  • operations management;
  • marketing;
  • financial resources management;
  • managing people and organisations; and
  • international trade and law.

Electives and workshops throughout the programme will develop your technical, modelling and management skills as a modern business manager.

Stage 2

During Stage 2, the themes covered in Stage 1 are extended further into the areas of consultancy, analysis and research skills.

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