The purpose of the programme is to provide the essential knowledge, understanding and skills required for graduates to begin to operate competently and effectively within international business and management environment at mid-level management positions. It is a 1-year full-time programme (2 years part-time) and you will also undertake a professional work assignment in which you will be expected to complete a management consultancy project for an organisation.
Many of the modules will focus on specific countries and regions as part of their exploration of international business subjects. Students will be expected to show an interest in exploring business practice and culture across varied parts of the world and draw widely on this in their assignments. Each year there is a range of nationalities present in the student group as well as the lecturing staff and this is a rich source of information and cultural awareness that becomes integral to the course.
Benefits of International Business
- Study theoretical foundations of International Business with real-life case studies and industry experiences.
- Hear from industry guest speakers such as Coca-Cola, ASDA, Google.
- Receive support from business mentors at our Enterprise Centre, where you can actually start your own company.
- Opportunity to study abroad at one of our partner universities e.g. Australia, Spain, USA, France.
Potential careers may include; Global resource management, International marketing and sales management, Export consultancy, International Financial Reporting and Risk Management, Business growth and development consultancy, Currency trading and brokerage, International and transnational insurance.
Honours degree (minimum 2.2) in any discipline.
Alternatively, we will consider applicants with below degree level qualifications with appropriate employment/professional experience. Please contact the programme manager to discuss.
Students whose first language is not English will need an IELTS 6.0 result approved by the UK Home Office Visas & Immigration.
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