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MSc International Business with one-year placement

3 May 2017

Hertfordshire Business School, which is part of the University of Hertfordshire, is offering the MSc International Business with one-year placement option for September 2017 entry, allowing students to gain important hands-on work experience with an international company.

The program is designed for students to develop a strong understanding of businesses who operate globally. The program consists of core modules such as economics, finance, strategy, supply chain, management, marketing across cultures and research methods and there’s also the opportunity to choose optional modules to tailor the Master’s studies.

Why study at the University of Hertfordshire?

  • The University of Hertfordshire is one of the top 100 universities in the world under 50 years old according to the Times Higher Education 100 under 50 rankings 2015

  • Hertfordshire Business School currently has around 4,300 students enrolled, and 21% are international students. The School has over 170 academic staff that bring their industry expertise into the classroom.

  • Top five business facing university

  • Guaranteed on-campus accommodation for all international students

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I had a very great experience right from the start to finish; All the staff were really great and very helpful. I recommend SI-UK for all students who are planning to study in the UK.

Anuradha Venkatesh Msc Energy Management, University of Stirling

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