Our MSc in International Trade, Strategy and Operations covers all of the management and operational requirements you will need to trade successfully in international markets, with an emphasis on practical application.
The programme provides a clear overview of all the elements of international trade, and also have the freedom through your Final Year Project and elective modules to specialise in particular aspects such as transportation and logistics, and business development. The skills you develop will encompass initial engagement with new markets right through to the delivery of a product or service.
You will learn how to trade internationally in uncertain climates including cultural and political challenges, as well as logistical. You will develop your critical thinking to enable you to review your current processes and plan for the future.
We will develop your knowledge of international legal considerations, trading with developing economies, differing labour requirements, exchange rates, joint ventures and much more - giving you a wider viewpoint of global trading.
We cover academic theory but we focus on case studies and scenarios so you can apply your knowledge immediately, making it a very practical course.
Who is this course designed for?
The course is designed for people already working in import and export, supply chain, logistics, warehousing or looking to advance their career. It is also suitable for people who may want to start their own business or small companies who want to make it globally.
Participants come from a wide variety of industries and roles, including but not limited to: Logistics Manager, Head of International Development, and International Sales Executive.
This course will give you the opportunity to get a recognised qualification to compliment your experience and develop you as a professional.
This course is accredited by the Institute of Export and International Trade
"The Institute of Export and International Trade is proud to be working with WMG, University of Warwick on this Master's degree. It is proving to be an exciting new development in moving towards a truly global marketplace.”
Lesley Batchelor OBE, Director General IOE International Trade.