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The University of Western Australia welcomes applications from international and domestic school-leavers, mature-age applicants and those with previous tertiary study. If you’re interested in studying this major, find out the admission details below.
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About the course
Why study this course
- With our globally-recognised experts, you will be able to develop your understanding of what it means to be a manager for an international business
- You’ll develop an appreciation of the interpersonal communications skills required in an international context, which will enhance your ability to work in a culturally diverse workplace
- You’ll combine these technical and communications skills and apply them to real-world applications, gaining access to industry experiences through our employability, internship and work integrated learning programs
The UWA Business School is accredited through both EQUIS, the European Quality Improvement System, and AACSB, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. These are the leading business school accreditations in Europe and North America respectively, meaning that your business degree will be recognised by employers around the world.
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You'll learn to
- identify the key external and internal factors that influence the management of international organisations, and demonstrate how major management functions and skills vary as a result of managing organisations internationally;
- recognise why and how ethics and corporate social responsibility vary when managing organisations internationally;
- identify the key contextual issues affecting the formulation and implementation of an international business venture, and articulate appropriate responses to specific international business issues;
- demonstrate an understanding of how personal and cultural values are related and differ within and across countries, and evaluate how people and their consumption are shaped by their environment and personal experiences;
- communicate and work with people from diverse cultures.
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