International BusinessYou will graduate ‘business prepared’, with a clear understanding of how one can add value to employers and with the boldness to handle change.

This is an intensive module for absolute newbies, Post-GCSE students and students who haven’t yet mastered stage A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). On efficiently finishing the module students can have mastered degree A2. The emphasis in this course is on buying a sound knowledge of the construction of the language in addition to primary vocabulary and cultural insights whereas growing the talking, listening, studying and writing abilities.

In the following 12 months you will be taught more about research strategies in worldwide enterprise and go into extra depth on the challenges and strategies related to managing throughout cultures and countries. The vary of non-obligatory modules obtainable means it’s also possible to discover elements of business that interest you reminiscent of advertising, small business growth, company social duty or related areas of economics.

In your first 12 months, you will be taught to recognise your personal strengths and weaknesses by way of a technique of self-evaluation and reflection, and perceive your position in a group. You will practice these expertise in a variety of group downside-based mostly activities and eventualities. You may even establish an summary of business organisations in a global context and be launched to key areas of enterprise similar to finance, advertising and information analysis.

The course has EPAS accreditation, which is a scheme operated by the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) a European network that promotes and enhances excellence in administration development internationally. This means that you will benefit from learning a course which is recognised for its top quality pupil experiences of internationalisation and company engagement.