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1.5 years ( full-time ) 3 years ( part-time )*
( in relevant discipline )
2 years ( full-time ) 4 years ( part-time )*
( in an unrelated discipline )
Part-time classes are usually held on weekdays .
February and July
RM55,723 Malaysian student
RM62,423 International student 2021 fees for full course at 1.5 years
* Part-time study is not available for international students .


KPT / JPT ( R2 / 340 / 7 / 0168 ) 04 / 22 - MQA / SWA0111
Advance your business knowledge and gain the skills to operate from a global perspective .
Specifically designed for recent graduates and those in the early stages of their career , this course will build on your undergraduate credentials and further strengthen your business skills .
This course has a business-oriented focus , seeking to advance your knowledge of the international environment in which firms and their managers operate considering issues such as international trade and the internationalisation of operations . You ’ ll develop expertise in communicating and negotiating across cultures , and enhance your capacity for advanced analysis of firm internationalisation , corporate strategy , and more .
Graduates develop deep knowledge and analytical skills that can be applied in a variety of organisational settings including the corporate , governmental and non-profit sectors . Career opportunities are available in a range of private firms and multinational enterprises across the manufacturing and service , export and trade , travel and tourism , consulting and research sectors . Employment opportunities also arise in government departments and institutions , non-profits , and international organisations .
Areas of study
SECTION A Four units ( 24 points ) from the following :
• Accounting for business
• Economics
• Business statistics
• Marketing and the international consumer .
SECTION B Eight core units ( 48 points ) as follows :
• International business theory and practice
• International management
• International business strategy
• International trade law
• Ethics and global corporate governance
• Data analytics for business
• International marketing
• Accounting and finance for international managers .
SECTION C Four graduate-level units ( 24 points ), subject to approval from the course coordinator , and a maximum of two units ( 12 points ) that may be taken from other schools :
• International economics
• Innovation and entrepreneurship
• Global supply chain management
• Asian business systems
• International issues in employment law
• Current issues in international finance
• International study program in international business
• Applied business project .
I met friends from around the world , peers who challenged my thinking and professors who guided me towards a better understanding of people , which I think perfectly encapsulates what this course is all about . And it all comes with a satisfying campus life in a lively , joyful city . I cannot imagine it getting much better than this .”
Master of International Business
Sapnayan was a branch manager at State Bank of India , the country ’ s largest public bank , before deciding to pursue his postgraduate studies . At Monash , he completed a summer internship with Continental Tyre PJ , providing business intelligence to the sales and marketing unit . One of his career goals is to promote stress-free work environments , and to eventually delve into teaching .