Putra Business School

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MBA (International Business) Fees Structure, Admission, Intake, Deadline

  Duration 2 years , 3 years
Intake Deadline


Overview of MBA (International Business) in Putra Business School Malaysia

PBS aims to nurture future leaders that practise human governance values and principles. PBS also engages in research, consulting, and business development activities.

This programme caters to top managers who would like to have an in-depth understanding of the business world. It focuses on how to handle cross-cultural issues as well as the practical logistics of working for a company that operates in multiple countries on multiple continents. The programme is also designed to help students better understand the underlying structure of a global company


The structure of the MBA (International Business) programme is as follows:

Total courses of 15 (14 x 3 credits + 1 x 6 credits) 48 credit hours
7 core courses (7 x 3 credits)  21 credit hours
5 specialisation courses (5 x 3 credits) 15 credit hours
2 elective courses (2 x 3 credits) 6 credit hours
Project paper 6 credit hours
ITB7201 Cross Cultural Management
ITB7202 International Business Management Policy
ITB7203 International Marketing
ITB7204 International Trade
FIN7201 International Finance
 Elective – Choose 2 from 6 Courses
MGT7101 Managing Operations of Business
FIN7101 Financing Businesses
MGT7104 Knowledge Management
MGT7105 Business Intelligence and Analytics Systems
MGT7106 Digital Business and Entrepreneurship
FIN7205 Islamic Finance
FIN7208 Financial Technology
MGT7201 Digital Transformation


Applicants must possess one of the following qualifications:

  • A recognised Bachelor’s degree [Level 6, Malaysian Qualifications Framework (MQF)] with minimum CGPA of 2.75 or its equivalent as accepted by the PBS senate; or
  • A recognised Bachelor’s degree with a CGPA below 2.75 but not lower than 2.50 will only be considered based on a strict internal assessment (including test, interview or portfolio); or
  • A recognised Bachelor’s degree (Level 6, MQF) or equivalent not meeting CGPA of 2.50, can be accepted subject to minimum 5 years of working experience in relevant field; or
  • A recognised Postgraduate Certificate’s degree or its equivalent; or
  • Other qualifications approved by the PBS Senate.

All international candidates graduated from degree programmes whereby English is not the medium of instruction must have obtained a minimum of 550 for the TOEFL Paper-based test or 80 for the Internet-based test, or IELTS Band 6.0, or MUET Band 5.0. 


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