In the International Business BSc course at the Copenhagen Business School (CBS), you are taught how global markets and economies work and how companies strategically handle the problems that arise when they operate in a foreign market. For example, such challenges could be differences in legislation and regulations in international markets, differences in what foreign customers expect from certain products, how to manage financial resources when you operate in more than one country or dealing with strategic issues in the use and development of technology innovations in global markets.
The global business environment will be one of the main focus points throughout the BSc IB programme. You will gain the macro perspective by learning how foreign markets work, how laws and regulations made by governments or institutions like the EU affect companies and how to formulate market-entry strategies based on the assessment of foreign market opportunities and competition.
You will furthermore investigate how technology can be used to add value to the business, assist in a globalized innovation process and tap into new and unconventional sources of creativity and expertise. Ultimately, you will learn the use of techniques for identifying significant international business issues, extrapolate probable outcomes, and develop strategic responses.
Most BSc IB graduates tend to end up in larger companies with an international profile – but they work within many different fields of business administration.
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- Organizational Behaviour
- Corporate Finance
- Financial Accounting
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
To be qualified for admission to the Bachelor programme at CBS you must have successfully completed an upper secondary education and fulfil the specific entry requirements:
- English A
- Mathematics B
- History/International Economics/Social Studies/History of ideas/Contemporary history B
International11200 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 11200 EUR per year during 36 months.
EU/EEAFreeTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 0 EUR per year during 36 months.
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