What is International Business?
International Business is designed to provide students with knowledge of the policy and institutional frameworks influencing the emerging global economy and their effect on international trade and investment. Study in this area aims to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to develop strategies for the management and growth of international business organisations within a global economic framework.
Why study with us?
As the international business environment in which firms compete is changing constantly, the study of international business is a dynamic and evolving field. An ethos of research-led teaching on all courses within international business (IB) ensures that students become accustomed to searching for further insights to increase their understanding of the challenges presented by the global economy.
International Business is characterised by an internationally diverse cadre of academic staff with active research projects examining management of multinational enterprises, the international aspects of business strategy and the impact of legal, political, economic and social institutions on firm performance. Instruction by active researchers ensures:
- Inquiry-led teaching
- Comprehensive and contemporary curriculum designs
- Development of graduates capable of operating in a dynamic global business environment.
Broad-based scholarship and an interdisciplinary approach to the study of international business ensures that students can aspire to careers in wide variety of organisations including:
- Multinational firms
- Domestic firms
- Non governmental and not-for-profit bodies
- Educational institutes
- International bodies.
Academic Staff in International Business
|Boyce, Gordon||Profile||(02) 4921 6649|
|Boyle, Brendan||Profile||(02) 4921 5014|
|Drew, Tony||Profile||(02) 4921 2099|
|Tian, Karen||Profile||(02) 4921 5981|
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