This dynamic programme gives you a solid bachelor of science in business administration with specialisation in international business. It also offers a special focus on the world’s most interesting areas of growth, like China, India, Latin America, and the African continent. The main field of study is business administration, and courses in organisation, marketing, entrepreneurship, and management control are combined with the profile subject international business studies that deal with historical, economic, and political aspects relating to international business activities. There are also courses in international economics, statistics, and commercial law. Theoretical frameworks and tools are integrated with insights from and interaction with practices concerning professional international sales, purchase, and business development that will be of direct use for you in your future professional life. Experience-based learning takes place in an exciting and stimulating international study environment since a mix of Swedish and international students are admitted to the programme.
Career The programme prepares you for work in small as well as large international companies. A potential future job can be to lead a company’s international venture as marketing or sales manager, import/export manager, product manager, or entrepreneur. Other potential future titles are business developer, project manager, export sales officer, purchaser, key account manager, head financial officer, and marketing director.
Deadline for Applications: 15 January (Some courses and programmes will accept late applications.)
School of International Development, University of East Anglia (DEV) The process of globalisation is central to an understanding of the contemporary world. The nature of this process and its implications for international development are hotly debated and you’ll tackle key questions including: - Is globalisation leading to increasing international inequality and poverty, or does the expansion of international trade in goods and services provide new opportunities for developing countries? - How can we make sense of emergent trends such as fair trade, social entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility and sustainable consumption? - Does globalisation call for a radical overhaul of existing international, national and local institutions? - And why is it so difficult to solve global environmental problems such as climate change?
Gain comprehensive knowledge in the field of globalisation, business and sustainable development and equip yourself with the necessary skills to pursue a career in this fascinating area. You’ll integrate different disciplinary perspectives to analyse the economic, political, social and environmental dimensions of globalisation. You’ll consider the resistance to globalisation and how this has played out in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
This course adopts a unique interdisciplinary approach, making UEA the perfect place to help you gain that all-important competitive edge.
This course gives insights into the international strategies of automotive companies, analyses the internal and external effects of these internationalization approaches as well as the challenges linked to the management of automotive business in a highly competitive environment. The discussion of theoretical findings goes along with various case studies from leading car manufacturers and suppliers.
Faculty of Society and Economics, Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences International interdependence of economics as well as interaction of regional economical systems has led to a sharp increase of multinational operating companies and organisations. This development is considered in this course of study. The structure of the course follows a logical sequence of economics, politics, law, and social sciences. Special emphasis is placed on international aspects of these disciplines. Here a special focus is placed on the interdisciplinary link between economics and relevant aspects within the realm of social science.
This combination offers graduates the opportunity to not only analyse and assess scientific issues from an economical point of view, but also ethical, moral and social ones as well. The course of study is taught in English in order to better prepare for the requirements of a competitive international job market. Economic questions are assessed in application-oriented ways, and examined with regard to the greater picture, i.e. the economy as a whole. To further bolster graduates’ qualifications, the curriculum of our International Business and Social Sciences programme is defined by a strong interdisciplinary focus that permeates our modules from the first semester onwards.
Continual use of experimental economic research enables students to master application-oriented analysis of real-life decision making situations under controlled laboratory conditions. This, in turn, promotes the development of a profound understanding of the complex interactions in economics.
Graduates of the undergraduate degree programme possess sound knowledge of basic concepts and methods of economics and are knowledgeable about the requirements of economically and socially responsible behaviour. Their qualifications make them ideal candidates for the international job market or for postgraduate studies.