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University of the West of England (UWE) Bristol is one of Britain’s largest and most popular universities with around 30,000 students. With a history built on partnerships and collaborations dating back to 1595, UWE is home to one of the largest Business Schools in the country. Over the years UWE has continued its tradition in developing the skills and expertise needed by the world economy in order to grow and transform itself to meet the demands of modern day students and higher education teaching.
  • Ranked 64th in the Guardian University Guide 2014
  • Ranked 56th in the Complete University Guide 2014
  • Ranked 60th in the Times Good University Guide 2014
This Masters in International Management is designed primarily for those who have recently completed their undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification and who wish to progress to a career in management, in an international context, either within a corporation, government, or an international organisation.

Prospective students may not have significant work experience, and their initial university education may have been in any discipline.
The programme is structured to provide a broad functional coverage of business and management, but is also designed to help students establish some autonomy over the content of their degree. The provision of a substantial dissertation encourages students to pursue their own specific interests in international business and management.
This programme aims to enable students to:
  • Equip students with an advanced understanding of concepts, and current and pervasive issues in international business and management
  • Develop the analytical and research skills needed to make reasoned and creative contributions to improve business and management practice
  • Prepare students for a career in international business and management by extending their personal and interpersonal skills
  • Provide a forum for the exchange of information and ideas among participants with the intention of broadening their experience and enhancing their ability to work with other people
  • Gain experience of working with people from different nations, cultures, and academic backgrounds
  • Enhance lifelong learning skills and personal development so as to be able to work with self-direction and originality and to contribute to business and society at large
  • Facilitate the exposure of students to a range of business practices and to provide the possibility of work experience where possible
This programme involves through a combination of coursework, assignments and projects, presentations and examinations/tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination.

Tutorials may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies, reflective essays, learning diaries, management reports, self-assessment and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students.

Students must fulfill the attendance requirement of at least 90% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations.
Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required assessments and met all financial obligations to the Institute and University of the West England shall be awarded the MSc International Management by University of the West of England.

Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre (MIS Training Centre) is the training arm of Marketing Institute of Singapore (MIS). MIS is the one place that connects its members to the largest fraternity of Sales and Marketing professionals. And, MIS Training Centre students are affiliate members of this Institute.

The full benefits and services that are open to MIS members can be found at:

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The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules.
Programme Structure & Curriculum
This 12-month full-time programme covers 9 modules:

Modules Code



People and Organisations in an International Context


Strategic Analysis


Delivering Customer Requirements


Management Research




International Management


Global Marketing


Managing Finance


Dissertation: International Management

The delivery of modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above

The programme is offered on both full-time and part-time bases. For the full-time programme, classes are usually held four to six times a week on weekdays.
Entry Requirements
Students with any of the following qualifications gain direct admission to the programme:
  • Degree from a recognised institution
  • Professional qualification from QCF level 6 or equivalent
Students with any of the following qualifications gain direct admission with exemption of up to 2 modules:
  • MIS Training Centre Graduate Diploma in Marketing
  • MIS Training Centre Graduate Diploma in Business Management
English Language Requirements
  • Singapore - Cambridge GCE O Level at Grade C or above
  • No proof needed if student is progressing from one of UWE's formal partnership institutions (including of MIS TRAINING CENTRE) where the medium of instruction is English
  • IELTS overall score of 6.5 with 5.5 in each component (valid for 2 years)
Other accepted qualitifcations can be found here:

The University of the West of England and the Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserve the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion.

The full course fee is at S$20,000.00 (subject to prevailing GST rate).

The course fee covers lesson delivery, Fee Protection Scheme insurance, medical insurance, MIS membership, and DOES NOT include textbooks and other miscellaneous charges, if any. Please click here for detailed list of charges.

In the event of a failed module, students are to pay a re-module fee and attend classes before they are allowed to submit their coursework for assessment or considered eligible to take the prescribed examination.

Local Student
A non-refundable application processing fee of S$300.00 (subject to prevailing GST rate) is chargeable upon application and submission of documents.

Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre is also committed to adhere with full integrity of the announced Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Refund Policy that is communicated in its student contract, student handbook and website, amongst others. Please refer to the Refund Policy for further information.
Financial Assistance
Bank loans are available for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents, please refer to Study Loans for information on the various bank loans available.