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Degree

Master of Global Management

About the program

  • 34,145 CAD

    Tuition
  • 1.5 year

    Years of study
  • 1.5 year

    PGWP Duration
  • 73 out of 100

    Minimum required GPA
optional
Internship
Project

DeadLines

START & DEADLINE TERM DEADLINE APPLICATION
Fall-September 06-June-2022 06-June-2022
Winter-January 09-October-2022 09-October-2022
Spring-May 01-February-2023 01-February-2023
Summer-September 05-June-2023 05-June-2023

Master of Global Management

The global economy, global workplace. The Master of Global Management will prepare you to manage international complexities in business. You'll learn about the nuances of leading a business with global reach.

You'll leverage your cultural knowledge to develop a global mindset that helps you navigate business functions across borders. You'll use an international lens in your approach to leadership, change management and ethics.

And, you'll study how cultural complexities, like political geography and international economics, inform business practices. As a Master of Global Management graduate, you'll be prepared to perform with agility and sensitivity in the global workplace.

International connections

The University's MGM students come from across Canada and around the world. Professional diversity enhances the learning environment, especially in this program with an international focus. You'll engage in deep conversations and analysis to apply to on-the-job issues.

As you study the essentials of international business, you'll also learn about diverse cultures — including your own. You'll see how cultural sensitivity plays a strong role in developing business relationships.

The MGM is designed for professionals who are:

  • seeking a global business perspective to complement existing skills
  • motivated to develop competencies in international business
  • curious about the world
  • interested in education that complements industry affiliations, e.g., FITT, PMI, and CMC
  • interested in leveraging their multicultural background

The program's curriculum is focused on four themes:

  • cross-cultural awareness
  • international business skills
  • ethical and rational decision-making
  • self-awareness

Course content is delivered by experienced faculty, guest speakers and international business practitioners. You’ll learn industry-recognized information, skills, practices and values that you'll use every day in your international career.

Smart Cost Estimator

Count of person
Accommodation

$48,041

Total costs

yearly

$7,728

Cost of living

1 person

$6,168

Accommodation

1 bed room

$34,145

Tuition

1 person

Academic Requirements

  • Four years (or comparable) undergraduate degree, preferably in a related field, from a recognized post-secondary institution, with a minimum B average.
  • Minimum of two years of relevant, full-time work experience when not enrolled in school, normally including experience in various business functions in different areas of an organization, preferably with some supervisory or management experience.
  • Solid academic and business research, writing and critical thinking skills are required for success in this program.

       Applicants need to include detailed information and evidence highlighting research, writing and critical thinking skills gained through academic and/or work experience. 

       The applicant’s statement of intent will be used as one piece of evidence in assessing writing competence. 

       Applicants who need to refresh or sharpen their academic writing and/or critical thinking skills may be encouraged or required to complete RRU Continuing Studies' Academic Writing and Critical Thinking course with a 73% ('B') grade or          the Pre-Master's Program (an international pathway).

  • Accounting and numeracy skills are required for success in this program. Applicants need to include detailed information and evidence highlighting accounting and numeracy skills gained through academic and/or work experience.

       Applicants who need to refresh and/or sharpen their accounting skills may be required to successfully complete one or more accounting courses as a condition of admission

      To meet this condition, applicants would be required to successfully complete the RRU Continuing Studies' ASAC015 Principles of Accounting course with a 73% ('B') grade.

Required documents

  • Official Transcripts
  • Statement of Intent
  • Letters of Reference
  • Detailed Resume (or Curriculum Vitae)
  • Language Proficiency test
  • GMAT score (optional)
  • Passport

Language Requirements

GRE
GMAT

IELTS

7
7
listening
7
writing
7
speaking
7
reading

TOEFL

100
23
listening
26
writing
26
speaking
23
reading

PTE

68
60
listening
60
writing
60
speaking
60
reading

Cambridge

-
listening
-
writing
-
speaking
-
reading
Language pathway (conditional offer) is available

English Language

Equivalency

Program DurationCourses*Tuition

IELTS: 4.5

TOEFL iBT: 32 overall. Minimum sub-score requirements: Reading 3, Writing 13, Listening 3, Speaking 13

PTE-A: 38

DET: 70 (no band less than 65)

English for Academic Purposes 

Level 1

(EAP1)

12 weeks

(300 hours)

Integrated English Language Skills and Global Competency (15 hours per week)

Academic Reading Strategies (5 hours per week)

Academic Writing Strategies (5 hours per week)

$5,400

IELTS: 5.0 (min. 5.0 in Writing)

TOEFL iBT: 45 overall. Minimum sub-score requirements: Reading 7, Writing 17, Listening 6, Speaking 15

PTE-A: 42

DET: 80 (no band less than 75)

 

English for Academic Purposes

Level 2

(EAP2)

 

12 weeks

(300 hours)

Integrated English Language Skills and Global Competency (15 hours per week)

Academic Reading Strategies (5 hours per week)

Academic Writing Strategies (5 hours per week)

$5,400

IELTS: 5.5 (no band below 5.0)

TOEFL iBT: 60 overall. Minimum sub-score requirements: Reading 12, Writing 20, Listening 11, Speaking 17

PTE-A: 51

DET: 90 (no band less than 85)

English for Academic Purposes

Level 3

(EAP3)

12 weeks

(300 hours)

Integrated English Language Skills and Global Competency (15 hours per week)

Academic Reading Strategies (5 hours per week)

Academic Writing Strategies (5 hours per week)

$5,400

IELTS: 6.0 (no band below 5.5, min. 6.0 in Writing and Speaking)

TOEFL iBT: 79 overall. Minimum sub-score requirements: Reading 18, Writing 23, Listening 19, Speaking 19

PTE-A: 55

DETSkills: 105 (no band less than 95)

University Academic Preparation

(UAP)

12 weeks

(240 hours

Advanced English, Critical Thinking and Academic Communication Skills (20 hours per week)$4,500

Career Opportunities

  • Leader in a multinational company
  • Operations manager
  • International Business Consultant/Developer

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