BSc (Hons) International Business Management
This course provides a comprehensive education in the theory and practice of business management. The emphasis is on international business issues.
The course has as its focus the concept of the organization and its operating environment. It provides an understanding of the way in which organisations might be able to operate more effectively in the modern world.
The degree's core subjects include organizational behaviour, strategic management, marketing, finance and accounting, economics, and international business. Around these compulsory modules, you will assemble a suite of optional modules from the business school or other academic divisions to match your own academic and career interests. This course equips you with a range of skills and knowledge that will be of practical use in your future career. Your international experience will also improve your employability among global corporations.
Refer to the NEW Programme Specification for details on entry requirements.
Please refer to the Full programme EB09 specification for details if you are enrolled before 14/15.
Course structure and modules
New Modules (2016/17)Year one (preliminary year)
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.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or further enquiries about the course.
How to apply
Entry Requirements :
Domestic students / Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan students / International students
Scholarships and fees