International relations have come into existence ever since Antiquity, when people first organised themselves in city-states. In recent times, when information has become easily transmissible, enabled organisations and businesses to grow and spread and become multinational and some have come to generate revenue that exceeds the GDP of many nations, permitting these organisations to employ extraordinary influence over international politics. The technological revolution and the rise of social media have further linked global audiences in ways that were next to impossible prior. Information is now available a fingertip away, nearly in real-time.
- Engage in effective individual research and demonstrate the ability to understand and apply management theory, and to make, sound judgments under conditions of uncertainty.
- Exhibit improved independent research and time management skills, having undertaken a substantial self-managed research project which involved application of a variety of management and research practices.
- Demonstrate enhanced interpersonal and team skills, through working with others from different industry or cultural backgrounds.
- Continue to reflect on their existing experiences, and learn from and build on the experience of others.
- Develop into modern, well rounded and outward looking managers with a high concern for customers and and colleagues.