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BA HonsInternational Business

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Overview

Economies are increasingly global. With this degree – designed to give you the knowledge and skills to manage a business effectively in the global context – show potential employers that you understand how business operates on an international scale.

Alongside traditional business skills and disciplines such as strategy, human resource management, finance, operations and marketing, you will acquire global skills via units such as international economics, global marketing, and Intercultural awareness in business.

In your final year you are supported in finding a placement which delivers invaluable international experience, as well as credit towards your degree, as you apply your learning to project work in a live setting.

Programme structure

Units

- Financial Accounting For Business (AAF002-1) Compulsory
- Foundations Of Business Communication (BBS003-1) Compulsory
- Foundations Of Business Management (BBS013-1) Compulsory
- Intercultural Competence In Business (MAR013-1) Compulsory
- Law For Business Managers (LAW011-1) Compulsory
- Principles Of Marketing (MAR001-1) Compulsory
- Economics Of International Business Management (AAF024-2) Compulsory
- Human Resource Management And Psychology (SHR018-2) Compulsory
- Intercultural Management In Business (MAR015-2) Compulsory
- International Business (MAR003-2) Compulsory
- Marketing Planning (MAR002-2) Compulsory
- Dissertation (Business Management) (BSS001-3) Compulsory
- Global Marketing (MAR004-3) Compulsory
- Marketing Communications Practice (MAR006-3) Compulsory
- Strategy And Change Management (BSS013-3) Compulsory

Career opportunities

The Careers Advisors meet you in the Level 4 Induction, to focus on your future career and introduce you to the Careers Service. You also have formal sessions in the Level 5 and Level 6 Inductions.


The Careers Advisors, Career Service, and Work Placement Office meet you at the end of Level 4 to discuss options available to students and the support structures available to them.

The course offers an optional year-long work placement between Levels 5 and Levels 6, which tutors encourage you to consider. You are introduced to the Work Placement in Level 4 and offered support throughout Level 5 to find a placement. Sessions and help are offered, for example on CV writing, job searching and interview skills.The course is designed to be vocational, developing skills required by employers, and tutors focus on this aspect.


You are introduced formally to the theory of career planning and management, based on SOAR (Self Awareness, Opportunities Awareness, Aspirations, and Results) in the Level 4 Foundations of Business Management unit. This work will be continued and integrated within Level 5 units at appropriate points. You are encouraged to use the various Career Management on-line tools available for self-assessment and identification of career opportunities.

Apply now! Fall semester 2021/22
This intake is not applicable

We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

Apply now! Fall semester 2021/22
This intake is not applicable

We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States