The International Business (Hons) degree from University of Derby gives you a thorough grounding in how to meet the challenges of today’s increasingly global and complex business environment. It brings together vital disciplines including strategy, business management, economic analysis, marketing, human resources and trade legislation – all from an international perspective.
We keep you right up to date with what’s happening in the world economy. You will analyse the different economic, financial, political, legal and cultural factors affecting international businesses, consider how international regulations and policies influence corporate strategies, explore ways of attracting customers in international markets, and look at how to expand a local business into a global one.
High-calibre international business graduates can command excellent starting salaries and look forward to rapid career progression. In comparison with more traditional degrees, our BA (Hons) International Business offers a broader and deeper business education which will give you a career advantage. Further qualifications such as the Bloomberg Market Certificate and the Futures Award add extra substance to your CV too.
On completing the course, you will be well prepared for graduate management and consultancy training opportunities. It could be your stepping stone to senior roles in many rewarding fields including international trade, transport and logistics corporations, financial and investment institutions, government agencies and global business consultancies.
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You can choose to do this programme part-time or full-time.Full-time
You need the following IELTS score:
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