Department of Strategy and International Business
We unite around a shared interest in the ways in which businesses and organisations flourish in an increasingly complex global environment. We engage with enterprises and their stakeholders to better understand how to develop growth trajectories in an uncertain international business context.
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International Business Management BSc (Hons)
At Surrey Business School, we inspire positive change in business and society, and in individuals and organisations. We do this locally…
International Business Management MSc
This course will teach you how to manage a multinational business. You’ll learn how to develop and implement global strategies, and how to…
Master of Business Administration MBA
Our full-time MBA and executive (part-time) MBA courses offer a transformational learning experience. The Surrey MBA will do more than…
Management and Business PhD
Surrey Business School is internationally recognised for interdisciplinary, international and applied research.As a PhD student you will…
We are growing our networks and making a tremendous impact working with organisations of all sizes, using our unique methods in collaborative discovery to offer real world strategic business solutions.
09 AUG 2022
Women in top management teams boosts corporate environmental strategies in emerging economies
20 JUL 2022
Does family matter in business? Surrey study evaluates family ownership on firms' environmental strategies
Our staff members
Professor Tazeeb Rajwani
Professor of International Business and Strategy / Head of Department of Strategy and International Business
Dr Ann Parchment
Deputy Head-Department of Strategy and International Business - Senior Lecturer in Management
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Celebrate differences and champion the movement for a gender-equal world with Surrey Business School
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