International Business is an established academic programme within the School of Business at the University of Otago. Take the Accountancy honours degree pathway and study towards an HND in Accounting followed by two years undergraduate study. An international study/work placement for a full academic year is a core part of the programme. A year abroad means you’ll become fluent in the language and give you confidence to do business overseas in other cultures. And every year during the different festivals, more tourists visits the Philippines that would result in increase salary.
An introduction to the study of international economic systems illustrated by the study of Canada’s relations with the countries located in the Pacific Basin. I am dealing with administrative tasks very much related to my degree modules like accounting, HR and management and I keep on expanding my work portfolio. International Business students are encouraged to spend a semester studying at an overseas partner university.
In order to qualify, applicants need to have successfully completed courses with a total of at least60 CP (ECTS) related to modules which treat economic questions with an strong international main focus. You’ll be ready to work on the international business arena, focusing on the difficulties faced by international and global markets. The main difference between the MA and BSc International Business degrees comes in the first two years.
And many jobs in international business can be done in your own community, where you’ll deal with a representative in another country who will liaise between you and your end consumers. Employers feel a program that provides a sound foundation in language, geopolitical studies and business subjects prepares a graduate to deal more effectively when a firm oversees contracts and to appreciate and to understand the overall operations of an international company regardless of where the employee is assigned.
Applicants with international transcripts who do not provide English proficiency test results must test at the College level in the George Brown College English assessment to be considered for admission. Alongside this class, you’ll also study two other classes from other departments in the Business School and two language classes of your choice. In your third year, your modules will include International Human Resource Management and Global Marketing, developing your international management skills.