MA Business and Management in Emerging Markets
MA Business and Management in Emerging Markets is a postgraduate masters course in the Deptartment of Economics. It provides you with an opportunity to engage with the particular problems encountered in political systems, economies and business organisations in transitional countries.
Utilising both emerging theories and empirical research, you will examine the key issues in an international context, with a focus on emerging markets. You will develop a practical understanding of the application of this knowledge within an organisational framework.
Within MA Business and Management in Emerging Markets you will complete a mix of core and optional modules, allowing you to tailor the programme towards your own interests.
- Economic Development in Emerging Markets
- Business and Management in Emerging Markets
- Dissertation or Applied Research Project.
In addition you are invited to select optional modules. These include, but are not limited to, areas including banking and finance, economic development, econometrics, international business, globalisation, emerging markets and strategy.
MA Business and Management in Emerging Markets students is assessed through written examinations, a dissertation or project, assignments, case studies and group presentations.
You are expected to have obtained a UK upper second class honours degree, or the international equivalent, with a good understanding of core business and economics. Students whose first language is not English are required to provide evidence of proficiency. Please see entry requirements for MA Business and Management in Emerging Markets.
A wide range of nationalities are represented on our postgraduate masters courses with students coming from countries including Brazil, Canada, China, India, Malaysia, Nigeria, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkmenistan, Turkey, mainland Europe and the UK.
Our graduates enjoy outstanding career prospects. MA Business and Management in Emerging Markets will prepare you for roles in emerging economies contexts, such as corporate manager, policymaker and consultant, where it is useful to understand the key economic principles that underlie the business environment and corporate decision-making.