Our MA in International Business & Management (MAIBM) is an internationally recognised Masters degree awarded by the University of Westminster (London). The course content reflects the increasing internationalisation of business and management practices.
Language of Instruction: ENGLISH
It is a 2 year, part time course (classes start at 18:00) allowing students to combine their work with their studies. As such, it is designed for young professionals consisting of an intensive introduction to all aspects of management in an international business environment.Tuition Fee (2 year course of study):
10,260 USD for citizens of Uzbekistan ($ 5,130 for 1 academic year); 11,250 USD for foreign citizens ($ 5,625 for 1 academic year); Tuition fee payable in Uzbek soums based on official Uzbekistan's Central Bank exchange rate.
|Aspects of Marketing Management||One Semester||None|
|Human Resources Strategies for International Manager||One Semester||None|
|Information Management||One Semester||None|
|International Economy||One Semester||None|
|International Business Policy||One Semester||None|
|Business Research Methods||One Semester||None|
|Financial Analysis for Managers||One Semester||None|
|MAIBM PROJECT (a double module, completed over the summer)||Yearlong||None|
|Managing Culture and Change||1 Semester||None|
|International Aspects of Business Law||1 Semester||None|
The entry requirements for admission onto the programme are as follows:
A first (bachelors) degree (2:2 or equivalent) or in exceptional circumstances considerable relevant work experience may be considered as an alternative
For those applicants whose first degree was not taught and assessed in English, an IELTS score of at least 6.5 (or TOEFL Paper 600 / Computer 250 / Internet based 100)
Minimum age of 22 years of age (on the day of enrollment) to allow the candidates to have some work/life experience and thus reflecting specific local educational conditions
The application process consists of submission of an application form, and if the minimum criteria is met normally an interview with the applicant conducted by a panel of 2-3 members of the course team, including normally the course leader. The purpose of the interview is to:
i) confirm the appropriateness of the first degree and/or relevant work experience
ii) diagnose the level of readiness of the applicant for the course, and where appropriate making recommendations for how they might prepare
iii) counsel the student on whether the course is a good fit for them, and clarify expectations about the course The outcome of the interview will be either:
a) unconditional offer b) conditional offer – based on some requirement to be completed before enrolment such as passing the IELTS test c) rejection on the basis of incompatibility of the student with the course on the basis of the criteria outlined above (appropriateness of degree and/or experience, level of readiness of the student for the course and level of appropriateness of the course for the student)
Online application to WIUT for 2017/18 Academic year opens on the 6th of February 2017. All applicants must apply through admission.wiut.uz electronic system.