MSc International Business

Take your business skills global with our MSc International Business

Gain the skills and knowledge needed to do business in a global context, ready to confidently take on industry challenges across the world.  

A focus on international practice will give you a detailed insight into the issues faced across global economies in today’s business world. You’ll cover relevant theories and their application to business cases, putting your learnings into practice throughout the course.  

This course is now closed for our 2022 intake. Applications for our 2023 intake will open in October 2022 – we recommend applying early due to a highly competitive selection process.

  • Application Deadline Closed for 2022 entry
  • Start Date September 2022
  • Duration 1 year
  • Location Warwick Campus
  • Format Full-time
  • UK Fees £25,750 *
  • EU/International Fees £30,750 *

* See fees and funding for fees breakdown.

21 Nationalities (2021 cohort)
113 Cohort size
23 Average age


  • Gain specific skills to help you step into international business across the globe 

  • Option to choose our Business in Practice module, designed to help you put your learnings into practice 

  • Discover and develop your own interests by choosing from a wide range of optional modules, allowing you to delve deeper into specific areas of business. 

Student experiences
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I'm really glad I did the MSc at WBS, I think without it I wouldn't have had the confidence to set up my own business and work internationally."
Sophie Thompson Co-founder, Virtual Speech,
MSc International Business (2015 - 2016)
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MSc International Business has given me the opportunity to learn from a community of students from an array of different cultures, as well as building my confidence through sessions with the WBS Careers Team."
Annabel Sedgwick-Dwane MSc International Business (2017 - 2018)
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