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International Business Project - MIBS6007

Year - 2018

The International Business Project is completed at the end of the Master of International Business program or International Business specialisation within the Master of Commerce. Students engage in a real life miniconsulting project where they will work on a project brief provided by participating companies and designed in consultation with academic staff. Students work in small groups of approximately three to five students, and are supervised by an academic member of staff. Project work is completed over a cumulative twelve-week period, and is aimed primarily at defining and solving problems related to the relevant international dimensions of the participating company's operations. Projects may be with companies based in Australia or overseas. Overseas projects may include an international study tour that the Discipline may organise from time to time. While most projects will be sourced and organised by the Discipline of International Business, under exceptional circumstances, the Unit Coordinators and / or the Program Director may also allow students to work on their own projects. On completion of the project, students are expected to demonstrate that they have achieved the program learning goals.

Project report and presentation (60%) and assurance learning portfolio (40%)

Additional information
Department permission required for enrolment


(MIBS6001 and MIBS6002 and MIBS6003 and MIBS6004) or subject to approval by the MIB Program


IBUS6001 or IBUS6002


Faculty: Business (Business School)

Intensive July

25 Jun 2018

Department/School: International Business
Study Mode: Supervision
Census Date: 27 Jul 2018
Unit of study level: Postgraduate
Credit points: 12.0
EFTSL: 0.25
Available for study abroad and exchange: No
Faculty/department permission required? No
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