Notes about fees for this course
Text books: flat fee of 2,500 RMB per year. If your books do not total this at the end of each academic year, you will be refunded the difference.
Accommodation costs: Approximately 5,000 - 13,000 RMB per year, depending on the type of accommodation.
Compulsory insurance: international undergraduate students need to pay 600 RMB per year.
BSc (Hons) International Business Economics
This degree course provides a practical grounding in economic theory with a particular focus on its application to the Chinese economy and its business environment. It includes elements of quantitative analysis, organizational behaviour, management, computing and strategic problem solving skills.
It also provides an understanding of theoretical and applied microeconomics needed for China's continued industrial development with a focus on the modern business enterprise and its operating environment.
A combined management and economics degree has enormous prestige with foreign companies, whether in research or in general management. Knowledge of western economics together with a clear understanding of the problems facing the Chinese economy will also be very attractive to planners in government and the private sector.
Refer to the NEW Programme Specification for details on entry requirements.
Refer to the Full programme EB01 specification for details if you are enrolled before 14/15.
Course structure and modules
N.B. This year is not compulsory for students with appropriate qualifications for year two entry.
The preliminary year is designed to help you develop your English language skills so that you can make the most of your degree programme. This special English language programme designed by the English for Academic Purposes experts at the University's Centre for English Language Education is carefully integrated with academic content modules so that you are prepared fully for years two to four of your degree programme.
Year one modules (preliminary year)
Year two (qualifying year)
The qualifying year provides a foundation for Parts I and II of the degree.
All credits of language modules selected must be within the same language. Students may only choose a language in which they have no prior experience.
Year 2 modules
Year 3 modules (Part I)
Year 4 modules (Part II)
For more information about your opportunities to study abroad in these years, please see the information about student exchange programmes on our website.
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Entry Requirements :
Entry requirements for our courses vary depending on your school qualifications, which determine your entry into either the preliminary year (year one) or qualifying year (year two).
The University has a wide understanding of school-leaving qualifications from overseas countries and works closely with the British Council, both in the UK and abroad, to ensure all applications are properly considered. For entry requirements relevant to your country of origin, please find your home country or regions first. If your country is not listed, please email us on email@example.com.
Some courses have specific requirements and you can check these on our course pages.
In addition to the academic requirements, you will also need to meet our English language requirements.