This programme is set apart by the ability to study at a partner Business School in North America or Europe. This is facilitated through DCU Business School’s membership of the International Partnership of Business Schools (IPBS), an international alliance of top business schools. This unique opportunity immerses students in other cultures, enhancing intercultural competency and ensuring that programme graduates will excel in global business.
Join our Live Webinar on April 29th at 3pm to find out more about our MSc in Global Management programme.
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What will I study?
- Semester 1:International Business: Disruption & Challenges
Strategy in a Global Context
Marketing & Customer Experience Management
Cross Cultural Agility
Economic Geography & GeoPolitics
Business Process Innovation
- Semester 2:Statistics for Business
Data Analytics & Visualisation
International Corporate Finance
Design Thinking & Creativity for Innovation
Thesis / Practicum
This programme is unique in its format and can be studied through three paths:
- Full time, one year programme completed at DCU Business School. This programme confers a single MSc degree from DCU (apply through PAC).
- Spend semester one in either Universidad de las Americas Puebla in Mexico, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (UCSC) in Italy or Goodman Business School at Brock University in Canada before coming to DCU in semester two. This programme confers a single MSc degree from DCU (apply at ipbsmgm.com)
- Spend one semester in DCU* and either ESB Business School** at Reutlingen University, Germany OR NEOMA Business School** in Reims, France (apply at ipbsmgm.com)
* Options include
- Semester one in DCU Business School and Semester two in ESB Business School, Reutlingen Germany
- Semester one in NEOMA Business School, Reims France, and Semester two in DCU Business School
**NEOMA Business School, France, and ESB Business School, Germany, are both AACSB accredited universities.
All programmes are taught entirely through English. Students complete their thesis in the second partner university they attend.
*This programme will run subject to sufficient numbers of students enrolled