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BUSINESS

Study International Business

The global nature of business and finance means that studying a business degree becomes an international experience. This module explores activity and developments from across the area of international and global marketing, including developments in world trade; ethical, environmental and sustainability issues; buyer behaviour and segmentation; developing an international strategy; and issues surrounding international marketing communications. Careers in International Business are not necessarily located oversees or even in major cities.international businessinternational business

Courses in the International Business Management program include Leadership, Economics, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Organization, Logistics, Communication, Law and Finance. This MBA will address such subjects as analysis of international trade and finance, global marketing strategies, management practices in the international market places, which further enhance studies for a well-rounded MBA in Intl.

There are at least four distinct pathways in the International Business major, depending on what you wish to specialise in and whether you want to take part in an international exchange. Students acquiring this MBA Degree will be prepared as professionals with opportunities in many professions, such as international sales, global distribution, international management, and international trade. We aim to produce solutions for the business world and co-operate with various companies.international business

Our academics have a wealth of experience in organisations and business and will support you to connect your learning to the realities of business and management. The MA International Business, by contrast, only has two compulsory modules in each of the first two years with the other four modules in each year open for you to study other subjects from the broad selection on offer.

BTEC Extended Diploma in Business is accepted with grades DDD, other BTEC subjects are considered on a case by case basis. The ever increasing pressure on business and governmental agencies to enhance performance at local, national and international levels is a constant reminder of this. In some circumstances it may be best for you to go on your international exchange in your third year. You will study the main trends that facilitate the globalisation of markets, and explore how small, medium and large organisations build their international strategies. The MSc Program in International Business takes part in the FT Master in Management ranking.