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    Master of Science in Global Commerce Overview

    The Master of Science in Global Commerce at McIntire School of Commerce allows you to earn two degrees and a certificate in just one year while studying across three continents. 

    Designed for recent business graduates with less than two years’ work experience, the MSc in Global Commerce is run in partnership with the University of Virginia in the United States, ESADE Business School in Spain, and Lingnan (University) College in China. 

    You’ll study tracks such as global strategic management, international finance and operations, and corporate innovation as you travel and study with your cohort. 

    The average starting salary for a McIntire School of Commerce MSc in Global Commerce graduate is $63,023, with many going on to enjoy employment in consulting, finance, supply chain, operations and logistics, marketing, business development and sales, management, leadership development, rotational programs and business analytics.  

    Tuition fees

    Tuition fees for the MSc in Global Commerce are $40,134. 

    The McIntire School of Commerce also offers merit-based scholarships and financial-need scholarships. 

    Entry requirements and how to apply 

    Please be aware that admissions criteria vary between programs. 

    Additional documents will also be required, but is not limited to: 

    • GMAT or GRE score
    • Two letters of recommendation 
    • Essays
    • Up-to-date CV
    • Transcript credential evaluation if your undergraduate degree was earned outside of the United States

      Accreditations

      McIntire is accredited by the AACSB at graduate and undergraduate levels in business and accounting and is a CFA Institute university program partner.

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