Why study the MIBE?
The Master of International Business and Entrepreneurship (MIBE) brings together the two interrelated disciplines of international business and entrepreneurship, giving students a unique insight into how multinational businesses and globally focused start-ups operate.
The course involves both independent study and team projects across a range of relevant internationally focused subjects, giving you the knowledge, confidence and expertise you need to advance in international business and entrepreneurship.
Introducing the new Master of International Business and Entrepreneurship
Why study at Curtin?
Our instructors have strong industry and professional links with multinational businesses and globally focussed start-ups giving you an insider’s view of the way they are achieving global reach and impact.
Our close proximity to the innovation networks of Technology Park, and the working relationship our instructors have with the Curtin Intellectual Property commercialisation ecosphere, will let you explore real-world case studies and networking opportunities.
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|Culture and ethics in business
|Creativity and innovation
|Taught by Dr Htwe Htwe Thein||Taught by Dr Louis Geneste|
|Management and Organisational Behaviour
|Taught by Prof Brian D’Netto||Taught by Dr Fazlul Rabbanee
|Taught by Dr Bella Butler||Taught by Dr Philip Ely|
|Business research methods
|Business models and feasibility
|Taught by Dr Sandra Gountas||Taught by Dr Paull Weber|
|Global business dynamics
|Commercialisation of tech innovation
|Taught by Dr Subra Ananthram||Taught by Dr Paull Weber|
|Elective Unit 1||Elective unit 2|
|International business strategy research
|Managing multinational enterprises
|Taught by Dr Forest Li||Taught by Dr Forest Li|
|Intellectual property management and commercialisation
Start-up study tour
|Taught by Ms Cheryl Foong|
In your final semester you can choose to undertake a start-up project, where you’ll learn to build and deliver a fully developed investor pitch from the ground up.
This project will give you the confidence and experience to take your ideas from the classroom to the boardroom.
Led by Dr Paull Weber
Start-up study tour
Alternatively, in your final semester you can choose to undertake an international study tour to a hotbed of entrepreneurial activity such as Silicon Valley, Switzerland and India.
During your study tour you will explore first-hand, the opportunities and challenges faced by real global start-ups.
Led by Dr Subra Ananthram
Curtin University assisting young Entrepreneurs to realise their dreams
Entry Pathways and Credit for Recognised Learning (CRL)
CurtinX Micro Masters in the Internet of Things
Successful completion of all six verified courses in the Micro Masters in the Internet of Things (IoT) provides an entry pathway into the Master of International Business and Entrepreneurship degree program.
Subject to meeting Curtin’s admission criteria, you will receive 100 credits* (25% of the course requirements) towards your degree completion.
Alternatively, students already enrolled in the Master of International Business and Entrepreneurship program can elect to complete the six verified courses in the Micro Masters in IoT to receive 100 credits towards their degree via CRL.
*The 100 credits comprise of four 25 credit units including Creativity and Innovation; Design Thinking; Elective 1 and Elective 2
Successful completion of Curtin Ignition is another pathway into the Master of International Business and Entrepreneurship degree program.
Subject to meeting Curtin’s admission criteria, you will receive 25 credits towards the completion of your degree.
Alternatively, students already admitted into the Master of International Business and Entrepreneurship degree can elect to complete Curtin Ignition to receive 25 credits (in place of the Start-up project OR Start-up study tour) towards the program via CRL.
MIT Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp
Successful completion of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp is another pathway into the Master of International Business and Entrepreneurship degree program.
Subject to meeting Curtin’s admission criteria, you will receive 50 credits towards the completion of your degree.
Alternatively, students already admitted into the Master of International Business and Entrepreneurship degree can elect to complete the MIT bootcamp to receive 50 credits (in place of the Start-up project OR Start-up study tour and one elective) towards the program via CRL.
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