BA/BSc (Hons) International Business and Communication (Top-Up) will help you develop an appreciation of common challenges that have a daily impact on business and organisational life. You’ll gain a global view of the challenges and opportunities in the world of international business, and develop the cross‐cultural communications skills appropriate for a business context. This course will enable you to communicate effectively in English, the language of global business, alongside the study of leadership, management and communication across national boundaries with cultural understanding and awareness.
The BA/BSc (Hons) International Business and Communication (Top-Up) equips you with the necessary knowledge, skills and awareness to operate appropriately and effectively within a global economy, and to ascertain an enterprising spirit. You will develop your English language proficiency (both written and spoken) in an international business context, and an understanding of cross-cultural communication necessary to embrace global citizenship.
This programme combines in-depth learning with the chance to experience business in action within another culture. Ideal for students considering a career in international management, you will develop the skills and knowledge you need to begin your career in business, wherever in the world it takes you.
You’ll have the opportunity to study specialist content modules in a wide range of business topics as well as to develop the necessary project management and research skills, giving you an advantage, whether going on to postgraduate study, or getting that first job.
The course offers a very good balance between developing English language skills and knowledge of business. The Business Communication module uses topic areas to focus on the linguistic requirements in doing business and offers the opportunity to students to engage in effective communication in various business environments as well developing awareness of different cultural approaches in business situations and appropriate language demands.
By the end of the programme, you’ll have the knowledge, skills and aptitude to work across local, regional, national and international (especially cross‐cultural) boundaries. You will develop a deeper understanding of the dynamics and issues facing international business and intercultural communications, and a critical mind, enabling you to offer realistic solutions for the successful growth of international businesses.
Course Length: 1 years;
Start dates: January / May / September