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Master of International Business

Modern business is truly global. To keep up, and to excel in your business or economics role, you need a business degree with a genuine global outlook. Certainly employers expect it. And the range of career opportunities available to Master of International Business graduates reflects that expectation.

Take your career global with a Master of International Business

How to apply

Management or consulting, finance or marketing, if you want to fast-track your career, Macquarie's Master of International Business is just the ticket.

Traders at Macquarie University

International Trading Game

As part of the Master of International Business program the Faculty has created a multiplayer online game introducing topics such as supply and demand, trading, and tariffs. As players represent a country, they are given:

  1. Insights into how gamification works and the interactive learning experience it provides,
  2. Experience on almost authentic emotions triggered by inequalities in world trade, such as greed, frustration, powerlessness, desire to escape poverty, amongst others.

The goal of the game is to encourage communication and discussions amongst students in class and beyond. The simulation shows how international trade works and how trade influences the development of a country.

Find out more here

The Benefits of our Master of International Business

  • Tailor your study — Because Macquarie isn't one of those conservative 'sandstone' universities, you can tailor your study to your individual strengths and career aspirations. As part of your Master of International Business degree, you can specialise in a wide variety of disciplines
  • Practical & accredited — The Master of International Business is a degree with a strong practical component, and our teaching staff have proven industry experience. Plus, we maintain an Industry Advisory Board, so you can be sure your degree meets the business needs of the real world.
  • New ideas — In addition to having strong industry experience, our academics lead the way in research, which means you'll often be exposed to new ideas well before they're published.
  • Low cost — Whether you're paying your own way, or your employer is sponsoring you, you want to keep costs down, without compromising on educational quality.

Career Options

Our degrees are renowned for their flexibility. As a graduate, your career options include roles in:

  • General management
  • Export and import management
  • Management consulting
  • International licensing
  • Business policy consulting
  • Joint venture management
  • Foreign exchange trading
  • International marketing

Develop your career opportunities by including an internship in your Master of Commerce or Master of International Business degree.

Feedback from a student

postgraduate graduate who is now a marketing manager at Tom Tom

Martin Dieste

"The international environment that I encountered is perfect for establishing an international network that will be of great value for my future career."

Roy is studying for a Masters in International Business

Roy McBurney

"The excitement of postgraduate orientation day still hasn't worn off and I wish to sincerely thank the administrative and teaching staff of the University for their support and re-igniting my passion for learning."

Feedback from our graduates:

The Macquarie Experience

  • Macquarie University has its very own train station. So no matter where you are in the greater Sydney area, it's only a short train ride away to undertake postgrad courses at Macquarie.
  • Modern campus - You'll have access to a range of new facilities, including the new state-of-the-art Library and a brand-new Sport and Aquatic Centre.
  • Business internships - Gain valuable on-the-job experience with business internships that can count towards your degree.

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