MBA International | CCCU
Awarded By

Canterbury Christ Church University


180 UK credits.


12 Months

Study Mode

Onsite / Online

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MBA International

Awarded by Canterbury Christ Church University – UK | Approved by WES

The MBA International is a one-year program offered by Canterbury Christchurch University, UK. The program comprises of 8 modules, that will be delivered in 3-trimesters, in intakes of January, May, and September, respectively. The mode of delivery is flexible; the program will be delivered both onsite (UAE) as well as online with live synchronous classes.

The benefits of pursuing the ‘MBA International’ program

The MBA International can open doors to exciting opportunities to advance your skills and knowledge, and help learn how to adapt management strategies to suit the needs of global markets and foreign business cultures. As a cross-disciplinary area of study, the MBA International program provides education rooted in multicultural perspectives and offers training in sound business principles for conducting commercial endeavors that transcend national boundaries. Developing an advanced understanding of global business environments provides transferable skills applicable to a variety of careers, especially in marketing, management, human resource, and finance. With the right combination of experience and professional education, the MBA graduates can advance into top-level management positions within multinational organizations. The program will be facilitated by faculty with decades of experience in the domain. During the program, the students will be exposed to industry-specific case studies, business simulations, and extempore.

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The University’s mission is to pursue excellence in higher education: transforming individuals, creating knowledge, enriching communities, and building a sustainable future.

About Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU)

For more than 50 years, Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) has been a big part of the Kent community, providing education that makes a real and positive difference to people’s lives. The University started as a teacher training college in the 1960s in response to a national shortage of teachers. Today, CCCU continues to shape its courses and research, around critical social issues, both nationally and globally. In 1962, Christ Church College opened its doors with just 70 students and nine teachers.

The university is deeply committed to:

  • The development of the whole person, respecting and nurturing the inherent dignity and potential of each individual
  • The integration of excellent teaching, research and knowledge exchange
  • The power of higher education to enrich individuals, communities and nations
  • Our friendly, inclusive and professional community of students and staff, preparing individuals to contribute to a just and sustainable future

CCCU – Achievements


The University received a prestigious silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework, exceeding national quality requirements for UK universities.


Nearly 90% of their research submitted to the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) was assessed as “World Leading”, “Internationally Excellent”, or “Internationally Recognized”


Top 20 in the UK for Qualified Teaching Staff. 79% of CCCU’s academic staff hold a teaching qualification in addition to their academic and professional qualifications (HESA 2017/18)


Trimester 1 (Jan 2021)

1.Strategy and Globalisation
2.International Human Resource Management
3.Innovation, Entrepreneurship and the International Perspective

20 Credits
20 Credits
20 Credits

Trimester 2 (May 2021)

4.Global Economics and Finance
5.International Business Culture and Marketing
6.Market Research

20 Credits
20 Credits
20 Credits

Trimester 3 (Sep 2021)

7.Intercultural Leadership and Personal Development
8.Business Plan

20 Credits
40 Credits

Trimester 1 - Jan 2021 (60 Credits)

1.Strategy and Globalisation
2.International Human Resource Management
3.Innovation, Entrepreneurship and the International Perspective

Trimester 2 -May 2021 (60 Credits)

4.Global Economics and Finance
5.International Business Culture and Marketing
6.Market Research

Trimester 3 - Sep 2021 (60 Credits)

7.Intercultural Leadership and Personal Development(20 credits)
8.Business Plan(40 credits)

How will you be taught ?

The program includes a wide range of approaches to learning, teaching, and assessment. Teaching will largely comprise of lectures and class discussions. The learners will study in an informative and participative environment where necessary, appropriate guidance will be provided on reading materials. Learning to apply this knowledge is achieved by the use of case studies, class discussions, and similar exercises.

As this program is most suited to working executives, the learnings will make an important contribution to understanding the ideas and concepts. Learners will be expected to apply their classroom learning to a more challenging world of the business environment.

How will you be assessed ?

A wide variety of assessment methods are employed to develop both academic and professional skills. The overall emphasis within the program is on coursework assessment. This will involve the use of reports, presentations, projects, reflective and critical assignments, research activities, and case studies.

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