Part time Bachelor's Degree in Business Studies in Europe

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Bachelor degrees from accredited colleges and universities can be important stepping-stones toward a successful career.The most common type of undergraduate program is a bachelor's degree, usually awarded after four years of successful study

Business, Economics and Administration degrees will be related to the behaviour of resources in diverse types of environments. Students can expect to learn about the workings of markets in different levels, such as local economies or international trade; or can learn to be organizational leaders seeking to improve a corporation’s revenue, profit or image.

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Bachelor in International Finance

Geneva Business School (GBS)
Campus Part time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Switzerland Geneva Spain Barcelona + 2 more

This Bachelor in Finance is designed for students who are keen to start a career in investment banking and finance. [+]

This Bachelor in Finance is designed for students who are keen to start a career in investment banking and finance. Students in this program are confident and can continually adapt to constant changes in the world of finance and economics. The objective of this program is to understand and manage all financial aspects within a private or public corporation and to gain a detailed knowledge of issues that are concerned with domestic and international financial institutions. The Bachelor in Finance program provides students with an in-depth understanding of the concepts and practices applied in today’s financial industry and their influence in global economy. Facts Duration:3 years Credits: 180 ECTS Language: English Intakes: February and September Degree Awarded: Bachelor IN Finance. Exchange Program: Rotate between campuses. We offer the opportunity of studying in all of our campuses during the three years of the bachelor program. Internships: GBS work with the bests and for the bests. All of our students have guaranteed internships with the most important enterprises with world-wide recognition. Location: Geneva Campus and Barcelona Campus Program The program requires the successful completion of 180 credits (which represent, 1800 contact hours plus a total of 3600 study hours). The program consists of 4 groups of courses common for all Bachelor’s, from which students may select the desired subjects to study: General Education (69 ECTS), Core Courses (72 ECTS), Elective Courses (3 ECTS) and the following Orientation Courses (36 ECTS), which are mandatory to complete the selected major: Portfolio Management Equities, debts, derivatives Mathematics of Finance Technical Analysis Risk Management and Insurance Corporate Finance Hedge Fund Analysis & Management International Banking & Wealth Management Financial Software Tools Investment Psychology Case Studies Career Options The program is of particular relevance to those working in, or planning to work in: The field of Corporate Finance or market Finance Private Banking Banking & Insurance Application and Admissions Selection Criteria GBS’s selection process emphasises leadership potential, academic ability, personal qualities and competencies. We are looking for candidates with managerial experience, people skills and a proven academic record. Admission Requirements Completed application form with passport photo included Photocopy of all academic diplomas or certificates Official English exam results: IELTS 5.5, TOEFL IBT 66, proof of studying previously in an English speaking environment for a minimum of 3 years, or successful completion of the university’s admission examination. Photocopy of your passport Receipt for the payment of the application fee (EUR 150) Curriculum Vitae (C.V.) Recommendation letter [-]

Undergraduate Administration And Business Management

Asturias Corporación Universitaria
Online Part time 36 - 48 months January 2017 Spain Madrid Colombia Bogotá + 2 more

It is time to break into the labor market with great success, our program develops your skills to make the administrative processes for the management of any private or public company, advising various national and international organizations and guide the operations made domestic and foreign markets ... [+]

Undergraduate Business Administration Students in the program of Directors and Management are professionals capable of entering the labor market with great success. - SNIES Code: 102724 - qualified registry: approved Resolution No. 9985 of July 31, 2013. - Level: Professional Administration and Management - Credits: 145 - Title to grant: Administrator and Director of companies. - SNIES Code: 102723 - qualified registry: approved Resolution No. 9985 of July 31, 2013. - Level: Administrative Management Technology - Credits: 108 -Title to grant: Administrative Management Technologist. It is time to break into the labor market with great success, our program develops your skills to make the administrative processes for the management of any private or public company, advising various national and international organizations and operations guide domestic and foreign markets made. In Asturias we want you to have total freedom to undertake, so we will prepare for you to create and arrange your own business projects with a business vision exporter character. [-]

MEng/ BEng (Hons)/ BEng Extended Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

University of Greenwich
Campus Part time 3 - 5 years September 2017 United Kingdom Medway

The pioneering Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship degree programme at Greenwich offers you the opportunity to learn all of these important skills. This exciting new degree programme is uniquely placed to provide you with the knowledge to be at the cutting edge of this new area by developing your skills as a cross-disciplinary innovator with a sound grasp of business fundamentals. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Business Studies in Europe. Many modern large companies began life as the brainchild of a single person with a great idea. Typically, that person was an engineer or an inventor who had conceived a unique product and who also had the business skills to nurture the idea from a concept to a prototype, to a product, to a business. To succeed, that person needed the imagination and vision to recognise a niche in the market. After that, they would need to have the design and engineering skills to realise a possible product. Finally, they would have to be able to build the product, market and sell it, and make a profit in doing so. This is a tried and tested route to success. The first year of all of our engineering degree programmes at the University of Greenwich focuses on the understanding of engineering science fundamental principles. This approach ensures that all of our graduates experience a solid foundation of broad technical knowledge and a working understanding of all the major engineering disciplines – an essential prerequisite for a successful career in engineering management. At the end of the 1st year, students will be invited to choose to either continue on their initial degree programme or to swap to any of the other engineering degree programmes on offer. We feel it is very important that our students are empowered to be able to choose the degree programmes that are most appropriate for their ambitions and goals and we recognise that those may change during your studies with us as you learn more about each discipline. Engineering at the University of Greenwich. Quality. Industry. Rigour. Who is this course for? Students on this degree programme will typically be those who are interested in new technologies and devices and who want careers developing exciting new products that bring together electrical, electronic, computing and mechanical engineering. These new technologies have to be scalable, secure, user-centred and fun to use and represent an exciting design and development opportunity. Many of the students on this programme will also have an ambition to start their own company or to move into senior engineering management roles in larger organisations. The unique combination of engineering science, design and business offered in the Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship degree will provide graduates with an excellent start whichever path they choose to follow. If you have ever had a great idea for a new product and wondered how to develop it into a viable business opportunity then this is the degree programme for you. Modular structure for BEng (Hons) YEAR ONE: Engineering Mathematics 1; Design and Materials; Practical and Experimental Skills; Engineering Professional Skills 1; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Exploiting Capital and Managing Risk; Product Design and Development; Material Selection and Design; Accounting, Finance and Business Planning; Computer Aided Design; Introduction to Manufacturing Systems; Innovation and Entrepreneurship; YEAR THREE: Engineering Professional Skills 2; Individual Project; Engineering Management 2; Engineering Enterprise; Advanced Computer Aided Design; Group Design and Project Management Modular structure for MEng YEAR ONE: Engineering Mathematics 1; Design and Materials; Practical and Experimental Skills; Engineering Professional Skills 1; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Exploiting Capital and Managing Risk; Product Design and Development; Material Selection and Design; Accounting, Finance and Business Planning; Computer Aided Design; Introduction to Manufacturing Systems; Innovation and Entrepreneurship; YEAR THREE: Engineering Professional Skills 2; Individual Project; Engineering Management 2; Engineering Enterprise; Advanced Computer Aided Design; Group Design and Project Management; YEAR FOUR: Group Industrial Project; Strategy and Management; Research Methodology; Global Engineering: Theory and Practice; Advanced Principle of Supply Chain Management; Advanced Principle of Lean Manufacturing; Process Improvement Techniques; Developing Quality products and Services; Internet Entrepreneurship and Innovation Modular Structure for Extended Programme YEAR ZERO: Engineering Project Design and Implementation; Professional and Personal Development; Introduction to Engineering Mathematics; YEAR ONE: Engineering Mathematics 1; Design and Materials; Practical and Experimental Skills; Engineering Professional Skills 1; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Exploiting Capital and Managing Risk; Product Design and Development; Material Selection and Design; Accounting, Finance and Business Planning; Computer Aided Design; Introduction to Manufacturing Systems; Innovation and Entrepreneurship; YEAR THREE: Engineering Professional Skills 2; Individual Project; Engineering Management 2; Engineering Enterprise; Advanced Computer Aided Design; Group Design and Project Management Skills Gained The degree programme in Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to understand, design, develop and analyse effective and innovative devices using techniques from engineering, mechatronics and software development in a user-centred context. You will become an efficient and reflective practitioner who takes the initiative to identify emerging technologies and techniques, and who maintains your knowledge and skills within the fast-moving areas of engineering, technology, business and design. Your Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship degree will enable you to identify and exploit new developments in technology and to experiment with new and existing techniques in designing and developing creative, innovative and effective devices to meet real-world needs. [-]

Bachelor (Hons) in Business Studies

Independent College Dublin
Campus Part time 2 semesters September 2017 Ireland Dublin

The BABS suite of programmes equips students with critical thinking skills and contemporary action-centred education on key business functions and the range of core [+]

The BABS suite of programmes equips students with critical thinking skills and contemporary action-centred education on key business functions and the range of core skills which are required in order to succeed in the demanding and ever-changing world of business. The programme is structured in a way which provides each student with the opportunity to study for a specialist Honours degree in Business Studies. Three specialist pathway award options are offered for the completion of the Honours Business Degree. These pathway study options are: - Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Business Studies – (specialising in Marketing) - Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Business Studies – (specialising in Accounting and Finance) - Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Business Studies – (specialising in Management and HR) Importantly each student has the opportunity to emphasise their choice of study as they progress from the first to the second and to the third year of studies with this business studies degree. Individuals therefore have great flexibility in their choice of business studies subjects and in planning the development of their own individual undergraduate business education. As they progress through the programme each student is able to make informed decisions about their growing personal areas of business interest and business expertise and is able to match these to their selection of business studies subjects and to their professional career intentions. Additional pathways of specialist study are being regularly added to the programme framework in order to meet the future needs of different types of business organisations and the particular career needs of our students. Introduction We have designed our Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Business Studies programme to provide each student with a comprehensive business education which is relevant to the present and future needs of the ever changing business environment. With this in mind our programme focuses on providing each student with a firm understanding and knowledge of contemporary business theories, ideas, concepts, problems, practices and functions which will enable them to lay the foundations for their professional career in the business world or for their future academic career at post graduate level. To achieve these aims, great emphasis is placed in our teaching: - On the importance of meeting the needs of individual students, - On directly supporting each student’s own learning requirements and developing their business knowledge, - On developing each student’s ability to study those areas of business which they wish to develop into a career. The key aspects, skills, creative thinking, critical questioning, problem identification, problem solving, and operational functions of business studies are therefore taught within a highly supportive and enjoyable teaching environment in which students are:- - Taught in small classes - Have individual tutorial support from named tutors - Are able to share the knowledge which is brought to our teaching by experienced professional business people - Are able to benefit from the extensive international teaching experience, expertise and excellence of academic tutors who have taught in Ireland, Europe, the United States, Canada, Britain and the Far East. Programme Delivery Pattern The programme is delivered in two semesters in each year. Each semester is normally of twelve weeks duration. Assessment requirements may be required outside of these twelve week teaching periods. Full time registered students are normally expected to attend in day-time delivery times. Part time students are normally required to attend for evening delivery for approximately three evenings each week. Part time students are also required to attend Saturday tutorials or seminars at specified times during the year and may also be required to attend specified vacation workshops. Part time students may also arrange their attendance pattern with the Faculty and are welcome to attend during the daytime delivery of the full time programme where this facilitates access to the programme teaching. Awarding Body QQI (Quality and Qualifications Ireland, the new integrated agency replacing FETAC, HETAC, NQAI and incorporating the functions of IUQB). Level: 8. CAO Code IC004 Course Start Date September 2014 Syllabus THE FIRST YEAR OF STUDY First Year – The Common Core Programme All first year students study a common core modular programme. The teaching in the two semesters of the first year provides students with a comprehensive introduction to business studies and is designed to enable each student to have the understanding and knowledge necessary to operate effectively in all modern business environments. The first year common core programme subjects and module titles are indicated below. Stage 1 Core Subjects: - Accounting and Finance - Economics - Business Law - Data Analysis and Statistics - Marketing - Management - HRM - Business Communications and ICT - Corporate Culture SECOND YEAR OF STUDY Stage 2 Core Subjects - Strategic HRM - Supply and Value Chain Management - Knowledge Management - Management Accounting - Business Research Methods - Financial Accounting - Corporate Finance - Strategic Marketing Management - Market Research - Organisational Behaviour - Applied Economics - Contemporary Issues in Management THIRD YEAR OF STUDY In addition to Common Core Modules final year students also agree with their tutors the specialist subjects that they wish to study for their degree. These are studied in the final year Stage 3 Core Subjects - Business Policy - Change Management - Business Project Accounting Stream: - Taxation - Financial Reporting - Audit & Assurance Marketing Stream: - Services Marketing - Brand Management - Direct Marketing Management/HR Stream: - Operations Management - Managing HR & IT Entrepreneurship Assessment Details Assessment is based on a balance of continuous assessment(s) and an end of module examination. Continuous assessment typically requires the student to submit one or two essay type assignments. The mark for assignments contributes to the end of module final mark. Assignments constitute a specific proportion of the module marks and this is typically 50% in the first year but may increase in years two and three of the programme. Each module is assessed at the end of the semester in which the module is studied. This is to ensure that the learning which has been experienced is fresh in the mind of the student and that if re-sits are required these may be adequately supported and prepared for by the student. Written feedback is provided to students on their performance in assessments, and tutorial guidance is available to support academic performance. Re-sit opportunities may be scheduled at the end of the academic year or following the first semester in each year of the programme, depending upon individual circumstances and Faculty policy. What We Offer Choice of Study The BA (Hons) Business Studies programme allows each student to develop their business study areas of interest and expertise as they develop their business knowledge at each stage of the course. Each student receives regular and detailed academic tutorial guidance on each of the subjects which they choose to study as they progress through the course: Students receive particular advice on: - Their choice of subjects - Preparation for a future career - The development of particular areas of interest and business expertise - Individual academic performance and development Learning about Business Studies and Business Careers The teaching team understands that students who are choosing to study Business Studies programmes are often unsure as to which business subjects and career areas they intend to develop until they are experiencing a degree level programme. We also know that the skills and expertise required for an individual to be successful and to gain employment in the modern business environment and in the professional world can be highly challenging and that students gain a detailed understanding of these during the time which is spent studying on an undergraduate course. The design of the BA (Hons) Business Studies programme therefore ensures that each student is taught: - the core business skills and knowledge needed to establish a career pathway - specialist areas of business studies which ensure that students are able to be flexible and competitive in the employment market or in their application to enter post graduate study. - business subjects which are able to be carefully matched to the future needs and future requirements of each student as they successfully progress through each year of the course. Teaching and Learning Our teaching and learning focuses upon: - Delivering a sound and firm foundation in business studies subjects to all of our students - The individual educational development and professional career aspirations of each student - Providing teaching excellence and academic support which meets the needs of each individual undergraduate - Providing students with the ability to make an informed and knowledgeable choice in the development of their general or specialist business skills Conference Weeks The excellence of our academic teaching team and their professional business experience is supported by a regular series of Conference Weeks which are included in our teaching year. In the first week of the second semester each year, all students attend a Conference Week which is comprised of a series of teaching presentations which are delivered by nationally and internationally recognised business professionals, writers, teachers from other institutions, designers, journalists and others who have a commitment to the education of our students and their career development. The themes of our Conference weeks are related to the teaching which takes place in the remainder of the semester. Students are able to make valuable contacts with professionals for career development, research and project development purposes. Visiting lecturers There is a regular programme of nationally and internationally recognised visiting lecturers and specialist visits are organised to local, regional and international businesses and organisations. Class Sizes, Lectures and Tutorials Students are taught in small classes and each student is supported throughout the course by a named academic tutor. Academic tutors meet with students on a regular timetabled basis and provide individual academic support and advice. The main content of the programme is taught through lectures and each lecture includes time for questions and answers to ensure that students are able to provide feedback on the lecture, ask questions, and confirm their understanding of the points raised. Lectures are supported by individual and group tutorials and seminar based group discussions. These provide opportunity for more detailed discussion and for individual guidance and support to be given on academic programme content. In the third year of study each student is allocated a tutor who provides guidance on the planning, undertaking and completion of their Dissertation. The Dissertation is undertaken by each student as an individual research project which is able to be related to their career intensions, a business case study, or a theoretical study. In the third year students also undertake a student team project which includes a full Business Enterprise simulation. This also may be related to the developing business expertise of each student and is designed to provide them with the experience of working together in a business environment solving real-life business problems. Teaching and Learning and Information Technology Support – Moodle, Information Technology and Library Facilities The teaching and learning which takes place in formal formal classes is supported by an interactive information technology based Moodle platform offering comprehensive support for students. The programme facilities include first class and extensive availability of computing labs/workshops and first class library collections, and access to library and IT support. Employment opportunities Employment opportunities for our B.A. (Hons) Business studies graduates are excellent as our programme provides a general business education as well as an opportunity to develop specialist expertise. Graduates may choose from a wide range of careers in the public and private sectors both Nationally and Internationally. Graduates from our B.A. (Hons) will be fully equipped to pursue a wide range of taught and research postgraduate programmes. Requirements Applicants must hold a minimum of 2 Higher C3s and 4 Ordinary Level D3s (to include Maths) or equivalent. Students under the age of 23 on January 1 of the year of entry must apply through the CAO for IC004 Bachelor of Arts (Business Studies) All other applications should be made directly to the Admissions office. Mature Student Applicants who are over 23 years of age by January 1st of the year of entry are eligible for entry onto the programme as mature students. [-]

Bachelor Tourism and Leisure Management

IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems
Campus Part time 3 years October 2017 Austria Krems

Every September we welcome a new intake of students for the full-time and part-time versions of our Bachelor programme, which is taught exclusively in English. The early stages of the Bachelor programme are mainly devoted to general business topics such as [+]

Bachelor Tourism and Leisure Management

 

Every September we welcome a new intake of students for the full-time and part-time versions of our Bachelor programme, which is taught exclusively in English. The early stages of the Bachelor programme are mainly devoted to general business topics such as marketing and accounting. In later semesters the focus of attention switches to more specific issues related to tourism product development, the tourism and leisure industry, finance and entrepreneurship. The programme is aimed particularly at students with an interest in

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BA Law and Economics Hons

University of Kent, Kent Law School
Campus Part time 3 - 6 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

Law and Economics offers you the opportunity to study two areas of great significance in contemporary society in a three-year programme which combines the foundations of law alongside compulsory and optional modules in Economics (taught by [+]

Law and Economics offers you the opportunity to study two areas of great significance in contemporary society in a three-year programme which combines the foundations of law alongside compulsory and optional modules in Economics (taught by our highly ranked and regarded School of Economics). As a student on this programme you develop an understanding of the law, taught from a critical perspective which allows you to engage in informed debate about legal issues, and an understanding of economic principles relevant both to global developments and everyday life. Kent Law School is recognised as one of the leading law schools in the UK. It has an international reputation both for its world-leading research and for the high quality, innovative, critical and socio-legal education that it provides. Independent rankings In the National Student Survey 2013 96% of Kent Law students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course. Kent Law School is ranked 10th nationally in The Times Good University Guide 2014. Economics at Kent has received consistently high scores in the National Student Survey having been ranked in the top 5 in all of the last 5 years. [-]

Bachelor in Business Studies - Small Business Management

United International Business Schools
Campus Part time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Spain Madrid Belgium Antwerp Italy Milan Barcelona Japan Tokyo Brussels Switzerland Zurich Netherlands Amsterdam Lausanne + 13 more

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in Small Business Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. [+]

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in Small Business Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. Program structure There are two study tracks available, the American study track and the European study track. Depending on the chosen track, the program intensiveness will vary, allowing students to study at their own preferred pace. American Study Track: 15 Course credits per quarter 15 contact hours per week 30 study hours per week European study track: 20 Course credits per quarter 20 Contact hours per week 40 Study hours per week Program starting dates Because of the modular design and flexibility of the program, students can start their studies in October, January, April, July, and August. The Bachelor program is offered at all campuses. SPECIALIZATION COURSES IN SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Level 200 UGSCSBM201 - International Business (5) UGSCSBM202 - Small Business Management (5) UGSCSBM203 - Family Business Management (5) UGSCSBM204 - Project Management (5) UGSCSBM205 - Innovation (5) UGSCSBM206 - Facility Management (5) UGSCSBM207 - Global Sourcing and Logistics (5) UGSCSBM208 - Risk Management (5) Contemporary Cases in Small Business Management (5) Research Project in Small Business Management (5) Level 400 Capstone Project in Small Business Management (5) Admission requirements - proficiency in the English language (refer to the admission section for further details) - high school diploma that allows access to higher education in the country of origin Students who are 17 or older who have completed less than 12 years of formal education and who do not hold a high school diploma that allows access to higher education in the country of origin should earn up to an additional 60 credits in the Undergraduate Foundation program. Refer to the undergraduate program requirements for further details. e.g. Students who wish to earn a Bachelor degree and who are required to complete the Undergraduate Foundation program will need to earn 60 + 180 credits. [-]


Bachelor in Transport and Business Logistics

Transport and Telecommunication Institute
Campus or Online Part time 4 - 5 years September 2017 Latvia Riga

Study Programme: "Transport and Business Logistics" [+]

Study Programme: "Transport and Business Logistics" Awarded academic degree: Professional in Transport and Business Logistics (Profesionālā bakalaura grāds transporta un biznesa loģistikā) Accreditation: until 2019 (Аccreditation Certificate Nr. 288 ) Study languages: Russian, Latvian, English. Enrolment requirements: a document of general secondary education (general or special) Complete study programme volume: 160 credit points Faculty: Faculty of Transport and Logistics Director of the Programme Dr.Sc.Ing., Associate Professor Gennady Gromov Professional Bachelor of Transport and Business Logistics. Structure of the Program Courses – Block A Code Title C.p. 05 B 209 Bookkeeping Accounting 2 05 B 115 Business Activity Legal Regulation 4 05 P 207 Corporate Finances 2 05 P k13 Diploma Paper 10 05 B 112 Enterprises Economics and Organization 4 05 B 111 Entrepreneurship 4 05 B 001 Higher Mathematics 8 05 P 203 Insurance in Transport 2 05 B 107 International Economic Relations 2 B-04-142 Labour Safety, Civil Defence and Environment Protection 2 05 P 204 Logistics in International Business 4 05 B 102 Macroeconomics 4 05 B 024 Management Psychology and Sociology 4 05 B 109 Marketing 4 05 B 101 Microeconomics 4 05 B 314 Optimization Theories and Methods 2 05 B 003 Philosophy 2 05 P 999 Practice 26 05 P 216 Providers of Logistical Services 2 05 P eks Qualification examination 2 05 B 006 Statistics 4 05 P 202 Strategic Business Management 2 05 P 307 Transport Logistics 4 Courses – Block B Code Title C.p. 05 P 414 Basics of the System Analysis 2 05 P 304 Cargo Studies 2 05 P 312 Certification, Licensing and Quality Support 2 05 P 313 Financial Flows in Logistics 2 05 B 007 Foreign Language of Business 4 05 P 301 Fundamentals of Logistics 2 05 P 013 Informatics 4 05-P-208 Information Systems and Technologies in Logistics 2 05 P 110 International Commercial Law and Transport Law 2 05 P 117 Introduction to Logistics 2 05 P 303 Means of Transportation 2 05 B 117 Office Work and Business Correspondence 2 05 P 327 Organisation of trnsportation 2 05 P 315 Purchases and Reserves Logistics 2 05 M 218 Quality Management Systems 2 05-P-207 Simulation Modelling in Logistics 2 05 P 309 Transport Nodes and Terminals 2 05 P 302 Transport Systems 2 05 P 310 Transport Technologies of Operations Management 2 05 P 007 Transport Telematics 4 05 P 316 Warehouse Logistics 2 Courses – Block C Code Title C.p. 05 B 051 Business Latvian 2 05 C 940 Career Management 2 05 C 999 Contemporary theories of the social recognition 2 05 C 016 Cross-cultural Communication 2 05 C 955 Ethics and Aesthetics 2 05 C 110 EU Law 2 05 B 058 Foreign Language 2 05 C 777 Interaction of the cultural heritage and economics in the countries of the European Union 2 05 C 941 International Financial Institutions 2 05 B 921 Introduction to Digital Marketing 2 05 B 052 Politology 2 05 C 504 Practical Basics of International Communication 2 05 C 636 Psychology of self-development and personal efficiency 2 05 B 118 Taxes and Taxation 2 05 P 003 Technical Drawing 2 05 P 002 Transport Survey Methods 2 [-]

Bachelor in International Business Administration

LCC International University
Campus Part time 3.5 - 4 years September 2017 Lithuania Klaipeda

The International Business Administration program provides a rigorous education in the concepts and skills of business within a Christian liberal arts environment. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Business Studies in Europe. Mission Statement The International Business Administration program provides a rigorous education in the concepts and skills of business within a Christian liberal arts environment. Our graduates will be well versed in the various disciplines of business and the moral/ethical issues of the day, thus preparing them to bring their values and skills to bear on practices in Lithuania or their relevant community. Why Study Business at LCC? Do you want to be prepared to work in today’s fast-paced business environment? The breadth and format of LCC’s International business administration program will make this goal a reality for you. Gain an understanding of foundational and advanced business theory. Learn to analyze the changing business environment. Develop skills working in intercultural teams. Then take your theoretical knowledge and apply it in practical ways on and off campus, gaining valuable experience before you graduate. Equipping for Challenges North American and Lithuanian faculty work together to give you an education that will bridge the gap between the two different traditions of enterprise–those of the East and of the West. The expansion of the European Union is coming quickly. As the Eastern European community seeks integration, relationships with foreign partners become increasingly important. LCC will equip you with the skills needed to not only survive but also to be a step ahead in this transition. You will gain a broad understanding of Western business practices and learn to adapt these to the local business environment. Our international community of professors and students provides you with the perfect laboratory to prepare for the global economy. More Than Just a Business Because LCC is a Christian institution we seek to educate you not only as a successful business person, but also as a responsible citizen. Our diverse curriculum will help you place business in the context of broader societal issues. We will challenge you to consider how you relate to people, both professionally and personally. We want to provide you with an ethical framework in which to make decisions. You will develop the ability to think about the world more broadly, a skill which is becoming increasingly important in the business environment. But you will also be challenged to think about how you live your life and how to use your abilities to make a difference in today’s society. Making it Real for You LCC provides you with great opportunities to experience the realities of the business world. The Student Business Organization (SBO) and the Career Development Center (CDC) work together to enable you to function successfully even before you get your Bachelor’s degree. The SBO offers you first hand experience working on actual business projects, meeting with representatives of Lithuanian and international companies and organizing professional events and conferences. You will learn to lead diverse teams, as well as become a skilled discussion facilitator and negotiator. With the help of the CDC, you will learn to become everything employers are looking for from writing a job-winning resume to discovering your real talents and strengths. Bonnie Straight, former Business Department chair, shares her vision for business students: “Our purpose is not to train specialists, but to develop skilled business professionals who know how to learn, who work well in teams, who work with integrity and imagination, and who have had practice in analyzing the current business environment and identifying areas of opportunity and threat.” Career Opportunities A graduate in International Business Administration is prepared to pursue graduate studies in a wide range of areas including management, leadership, marketing, economics, entrepreneurship, and international business. A graduate may pursue a career in various types of management and leadership, accounting and finance, marketing and sales, and human resources. A graduate is also equipped to establish a new enterprise. A graduate is prepared for any career which requires a broad-based liberal arts education. Major The major in International Business Administration consists of 165 ECTS credits (129 required and 36 elective credits). [-]

BSc Economics

University of Kent, School of Economics
Campus Part time 3 - 6 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

Develops the kinds of 'tools' that economists use for analysing real economic problems. [+]

Economics examines some of the profound issues in our life and times: economic growth and sustainable development, unemployment, inflation, poverty, emerging market economies, financial and monetary crises, environmental and natural resource problems, international trade and aid to poor countries, currencies and the balance of payments, the impact of minimum wages and the problems of global economic change are just some of the areas covered. Course structure The first year of this programme introduces you to the way in which economists think about different issues and develops the kinds of tools that economists use for analysing real economic problems. In your second and final years, you take compulsory modules in macroeconomics, microeconomics and econometrics, together with a number of specialised modules from the wide variety offered by the School. For further information on studying Economics at Kent, see our website. Independent rankings Economics at Kent was ranked 2nd in the UK for graduate prospects and 8th overall in The Guardian University Guide 2017. In the National Student Survey 2016, 92% of Economics students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course. Fees The 2017/18 tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £9250 UK/EU; £13810 Overseas Part-time: £4625 UK/EU; £6920 Overseas Exceptions may apply. Key facts Schools: School of Economics Subject areas: Economics Award: BSc (Hons) Honours type: Single honours UCAS code: L100 Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time or part-time Duration: 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time Start: 18 September 2017 Accredited by: University of Kent Total Kent credits: 360 Total ECTS credits: 180 [-]

Bachelor in International Management

Macromedia University for Media and Communication
Campus Part time 7 semesters March 2017 Germany Berlin

The International Management Degree Programme is one of 4 streams of specialization as part of the Management Bachelor Program and is aimed at students who would like to study management with a strong international and media focus at Germany’s largest private University for Media and Communication. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Business Studies in Europe. Globalization and the speed of information in the 21st century has increasingly challenged established companies in regards to their processes and the way they have been operating. From the manufactu¬rers, retailers, service providers to the consumers – old structures have more than once been turned upside down. The big economic crisis of 2008 has shown how quickly entire countries can slip into a recession. Modern and cross skilled management skills (T shaped qualifications) have become vital in today’s internationalised economy where media and the speed of communication have become as important as the fundamentals of good business administration. GLOBAL SUCCESS. Students of the International management program will be prepared for a career in business administration, human resource management, distribution and marketing, public relations, corporate finance as well as controlling or as a corporate strategist. A set of electives will allow you to deepen your expertize in the areas of Commerce, Service Management or International innovation management. LEARNING BY DOING. Throughout the course, you will carry out practical projects where the theoretical knowledge will be applied to real life scenarios, usually in co-operation with external businesses and partner companies. Internship: Macromedia cooperates with a large number of renowned companies where you will spend a full semester as an intern under the supervision of your professors. This is a very important part of the course which will give you the opportunity to gain your first practical experience and to start networking with the industry. Study abroad: The programme also includes one semester abroad at one of our international partner universities of your choice (MHMK’s 6+1 programme). [-]

Executive Bachelor's in International Relations and Cultural Studies

ABMS The Open University Of Switzerland
Online Part time 1 year Open Enrollment Switzerland Zurich

This Executive Bachelor (EBBA) in International Relations and Cultural Studies course is made for students who worked directly after high school for at least 3 years in a managerial position. [+]

Advance Your Expertise at ABMS Connect with learners and leaders just like you in our online bachelor's programs. You will go as far as your mind will take you as a bachelor's student at ABMS. For Professionals The Executive Bachelor's of International Relations and Cultural Studies (eBBA) signifies the first level of achievement in any academic discipline. This Executive Bachelor (EBBA) in International Relations and Cultural Studies course is made for students who worked directly after high school for at least 3 years in a managerial position. Students are equipped with useful International knowledge to enter the International market and contribute more effectively and efficiently to organizations within this field The Executive Bachelor (EBBA) in International Relations and Cultural Studies study program is designed for students who are aspiring to hold careers situate current events in the proper analytical, historical and global context, and is comprised of four 3-month blocks; this study program will help students to gain skills as well as a respected qualification that will better their chances to grow up in the career of their dreams. In our executive bachelor's programs, you will: Develop and practice innovative research methods. Earn the highest quality of education. Achieve the expertise to publish in peer-reviewed journals. Become a successful researcher and professional. The bachelor's will take your leadership to the next level. In our bachelor's programs, you will: Lay the foundation for future for studies and professional achievement. Study and apply innovative research methods. Combine applied research and professional practice. Prepare to make an impact in policy and practice. Learn strategies to facilitate more effective, adaptable organizations and create positive change. Become a more innovative leader in your field. We have 4 intakes per year: January, April, July, and October Study Language: this study program taught entirely in English. Modules: International Relations and Cultural Studies Finance and Accounting Global Marketing Strategies Strategic Business Management Developing Study Skills for Postgraduate Learning Designing and Developing a Website Decision and Management Support Systems Admission Requirements: Duration: 1 year Diploma: Executive BBA in International Relations and Cultural Studies Age: Minimum age 20 years Previous study: 3 years Management experience + High School Diploma or Associate Bachelor or equivalent English level: IELTS or equivalent (Only for students from non-English speaking countries or students who did not study at English speaking school) Study Method: Online Fee: 9950 Euro Note: Study fee does not include application and reservation fee (to guarantee you a study place) of 240 Euro (onetime payment and non-refundable). Executive Bachelor's with Honours (optional) Students who want to have an Executive Bachelor's with Honours must do just a thesis after finishing their EBBA study program and will be awarded a Executive Bachelor's (BBA) with Honours. Thesis length: 12000 words (students are allowed to have 10% more or less.) Duration: 4-8 months (average 6 months) Fee: 2900 Euro (only for ABMS Students who finished the Bachelor's program). What are the advantages? With an Executive Bachelor with honours, your chances in order to be accepted for the Master are usually higher and it will help you to find better job. If you dont want to do a thesis, you will be awarded the non-honours Executive bachelor's. [-]

Online BA (Honours) in Business Management

London School Of International Business - LSIB
Online Part time 18 - 36 months August 2017 United Kingdom England UK Online + 1 more

The BA (Hons) in business management programme reflects the changing world of business and equips you with the expertise needed to understand business and management on both a national and global scale. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Business Studies in Europe. The BA (Hons) in business management programme reflects the changing world of business and equips you with the expertise needed to understand business and management on both a national and global scale. The programme focusses on innovation, creativity and leadership, making it a varied and challenging journey towards awareness of one’s own professional skills and abilities. Key facts about BA (Hons) in Business Management Online programme with student to faculty ratio of just 15:1 LSIB has world-class professors, derived from best institutions. Many of the professors also have hands-on experience as programmers/ engineers in Software companies. State of the art £1 million Learning Management System (LMS) with 24 X 7 uptime. Fully recognized and globally accepted Degree. Our Course is most relevant and designed as per the needs and requirements of today businesses world over. With the advantage of studying on the job, anytime and anywhere, you get cost advantage and same degree which is given to full time students at the university campus. Degree awarded is well respected and globally recognised. Why choose this LSIB? Your qualification is recognized and accepted world over. Our curriculum helps you to develop critical thinking, exceptional management knowledge and cultural awareness. Experience online-time study like never before with our purpose built smart learning tools which gives you advantage of studying anytime and anywhere. Be part of an elite cohort of talented business students, and develop a valuable and influential global network using LSIB online community. [-]

Bachelor in Accountancy (Hons)

University of Stirling
Campus Part time 3 - 4 years January 2017 United Kingdom Stirling

This course provides the first part, to a superb standard, and it also helps you start towards the second, as many professional bodies will grant you significant exemptions from their exams when you have a Stirling degree. [+]

Keen to become an accountant? Then you'll know you ideally need both a university degree and a recognised professional qualification. This course provides the first part, to a superb standard, and it also helps you start towards the second, as many professional bodies will grant you significant exemptions from their exams when you have a Stirling degree. We have a great deal to offer you. Our teaching and research both have superb reputations for quality. We also provide a great range of courses and an exciting and rewarding system of learning and assessment.‌ You may take the BAcc degree as a three-year specialist degree or a four-year Honours degree. Students taking the BAcc Honours degree must write a dissertation on an accounting topic of their choice. We also offer a BAcc Honours degree in Accountancy and Finance, which provides considerable scope for you to study a variety of topics. The BAcc Honours degree in Accountancy can also be combined with other subjects, please see below. 3rd in Scotland - 2017 Good Uni Guide Accounting & Finance at Stirling is ranked 3rd in Scotland and 14th in the UK, according to the 2017 Good University Guide. According to the 2016 National Student Survey, nine out of ten students were satisfied overall with the quality of teaching, and across all questions in the survey, Accounting at Stirling received the highest score of all Scottish universities. This subject may be studied in combination with a number of other subjects Accreditation It is usual, if you are planning to do professional accountancy training, to get both a university degree and recognised professional qualification. All the Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc) degrees (single and joint) are accredited by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Scotland (ICAS) who will all grant you significant exemptions from their exams when you have a Stirling degree. For full details on exemptions, please contact the Accounting and Finance Division. What makes us different? ICAS Charles Scott Prize A prize of £100 is awarded annually to the Bachelor of Accountancy student with the highest overall performance in modules ACCU9A1 and ACCU9A2 in the same academic session. KPMG Prize There are three prizes of £200 awarded annually to the students with the highest overall performance in each of the modules ACCU9A4, ACCU9AA and ACCU9A6. Accounting and Finance Undergraduate Dissertation Prize A research-based prize of £200 is open to all students on the single Honours BAcc course and is awarded to the student(s) who submits the best undergraduate dissertation(s). The prize may be shared if more than one dissertation achieves the highest grade. Ede and Ravenscroft Prize The Ede & Ravenscroft prize of £700 is awarded on academic merit to the top graded 2nd Year student within each School. In 2016 the prize was awarded to Holly Masterson, a Stirling Management School student studying the Bachelor of Accountancy and Economics course. Annual visits There are annual visits by professional bodies including the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS), the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). Entry requirements Academic requirements Four-year Honours degree SQA Higher: ABBB - one sitting AABB - two sittings GCE A-level: BBB IB Diploma: 32 points BTEC (Level 3): DDM Essential subjects: Mathematics preferred Three-year Honours degree SQA Adv. Higher: ABB GCE A-level: ABB IB Diploma: 35 points Essential subjects: To include Accountancy and Economics. Preference given to those with Mathematics. Other qualifications HNC/HND: Year one minimum entry Scottish HNC/D - Bs in graded units English, Welsh and NI HNC/D - Merits and Distinctions Advanced entry Year 2 entry may be possible with an HND in Accounting. Please consult our Advanced Entry pages for more information. Access courses: Access courses and other UK/EU and international qualifications are also welcomed. Additional information General entrance requirements apply. Mathematics Standard Grade (3), National 5 (C), Intermediate 2 (C), GCSE (C) or Level 4 or equivalent. If examinations are taken over two sittings, or there are repeats or upgrades, the entrance requirements may be higher. INTO University of Stirling INTO University of Stirling offers an International Foundation programme for those international students who do not meet the required academic and English-language criteria. These courses offer a route to study at the University of Stirling through an excellent teaching and learning experience located in the high-quality study facilities on campus. International Foundation Successful completion of the International Foundation in Business, Finance, Economics and Marketing to the required standard provides direct entry to year two of this degree. International Diploma The International Diploma in Business, Finance, Marketing and Humanities prepares you for entry to year three of this degree. English language requirements If English is not your first language you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your English language skills: IELTS: 6.0 with 5.5 minimum in each skill Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): Grade C Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): Grade C Pearson Test of English (Academic): 54 with 51 in each component IBT TOEFL: 80 with no subtest less than 17 If you need to improve your English language skills before you enter this course, our partner INTO University of Stirling offers a range of English language courses. These intensive and flexible courses are designed to improve your English ability for entry to this degree. Structure and content The Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc) course is designed specifically for students planning a career in the Accountancy profession. Semesters 1 – 3 You will take core modules in the following: Accounting I An understanding of the basic concepts required to prepare and analyse financial statements. Accounting II An examination of the basic accounting techniques used by management accountants to help in decision making and in the formulation of future plans. Finance I An examination of the two key aspects of corporate finance: the financing decision and the investment decision. The evaluation of investment risk and return. Introduction to financial securities and financial markets. Basic principles of security valuation. You are also required to study Economics, Business Management and Business Law. Semesters 4 – 8 You will develop a critical understanding and analytical approach to subjects directly relevant to Accountancy. Core advanced modules include: External Reporting Finance II Taxation Advanced Financial Accounting Accounting Information and Employment Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions Personal Financial Planning Auditing Issues in Accounting Applied Management Accounting Accounting Dissertation Delivery and assessment Teaching is by a combination of formal lectures, seminars, practical workshops and tutorials. The course of small group tutorials provides feedback and reinforcement of lecture topics throughout each semester. Assessment is by a combination of coursework and examinations. For Honours students, all advanced modules undertaken during the final two years of the course count equally towards their overall degree classification. Development of Personal Transferable Skills IT skills through completion of computer workshops (EXCEL & SAGE) and assignments, and by obtaining module information using Succeed Communication skills through active tutorial participation, written coursework and oral group presentations Self management through meeting coursework deadlines (set release and deadline dates) Inter-personal skills through sharing skills and understanding in tutorials and practical computer sessions and group presentations Research skills through the coursework research project Critical reflection through awareness of how personal skills meet the needs of an employer in an accounting / business setting Academic skills of problem solving, numeracy, analytical and logical thinking. Study abroad opportunities You may apply to study at a European university as part of the ERASMUS programme. In addition, you may also apply to study in the US under the University’s exchange scheme with a wide range of universities in North America, Australia, Hong Kong and Japan. Career opportunities Where are our graduates now? Accountancy graduates are currently working in 21 countries around the world including: USA, Australia, Thailand, Switzerland, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Brazil, Germany and the United Arab Emirates. They are contributing to the performance of both finance-related organisations, as well as a range of other private and public sector bodies including: JP Morgan NHS Scotland HSBC Ernst & Young PwC Arcadia Group Unilever Diageo BBC Biggart Baillie Deloitte KPMG IBM Audit Commission Goldman Sachs Grant Thornton Royal Bank of Scotland Morgan Stanley Lloyds Banking Group Halifax Bank of Scotland Proctor & Gamble Recent graduates from Stirling’s Accountancy degree have started their careers in the following roles: Associate, PwC Commercial and Performance Analyst, SSE Audit Associate, Deloitte UK Trainee Financial Advisor, Greaves, West & Ayre Graduate Finance Analyst, Aston Martin Part Qualified Accountant, Yousaf & Co Ltd Graduates who left Stirling up to ten years ago have now forged careers in the following areas: Chartered Accountant, Dickson Middleton Senior Associate, Deloitte UK Auditor, Audit Scotland Assurance Technician, Ernst & Young Management Accountant, Standard Life plc Business Services Manager, RSM Tenon Some of our more established graduates are currently employed as: Senior Partner in their own firm Chief Financial Officer, Energy Australia Finance Director, BiP Solutions VP (Operational Risk Management), J.P. Morgan Head of Quality Review, ICAS Investment Director, Bank of Scotland Equity An Accountancy degree doesn’t only set you up for a career in the financial sector; some of our graduates have built upon their initial university experience and are now working as Solicitors (McClure Naismith), Reporters (EquityRadar), Social Worker (Barnardos), Editor/Cameramen (BBC Scotland), and even a High Court Judge (Court of Session, Edinburgh). A wide range of employers recognise that a student with an accounting/finance background has had a strong business-focused education which will have equipped them with important skills (numerical, communication, problem-solving etc). This explains why graduates from this Division have such a strong employment record. Career Development Centre The University has an excellent Career Development Centre, situated in 3A1, which not only provides access to professional career advice and employment resources, but also runs career planning units and workshops. The Careers Liaison Officer for the Division is Chris Coles and he offers a link between the Division and the Career Development Centre. Chartered Accountancy Training Positions for Chartered Accountancy training (CA) are normally advertised in the autumn prior to graduation (Semester 7) with many firms taking part in a ‘milk round’ of interviews in October and November each year. It is very important for Year 3 students hoping to get a CA training contract to prepare application forms and CVs before returning to fourth year, as the deadlines set by firms can be as early as mid-October. Many organisations offer internships and placements and it can also be useful to contact local firms to see if relevant experience can be gained. All of which will help when applying for a Training Contract position. There are CA positions with the three Chartered Accountancy Institutes in the UK: Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) Chartered Accountants Ireland (oversees both Ireland and Northern Ireland) Other bodies offering accounting qualifications include: the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA). These vacancies come up throughout the year and students should check the relevant websites: cimaglobal.com/cimatraining uk.accaglobal.com www.icas.com Internship – what they are and why you should consider doing one? An internship is an opportunity offered by an employer to students (or interns) over a fixed period of time, which enables the student to gain practical experience. The Career Development Centre has details of internships available around the world with large private sector organisations, as well as opportunities with smaller local businesses which are promoted through the Third Sector Internship Scheme, the Saltire Foundation, and our very own Stirling Internship Programme. As a student, you will automatically be registered onto the University’s Vacancy & Events System which means that you will receive regular updates regarding new opportunities as they become available. Six reasons why you should consider an internship: Boost your CV and stand out from the crowd in order to have an edge in the graduate job market. Make professional connections which may lead to the offer of a job upon graduation Test your career choices – internships can ease your transition into future careers or alternatively, help you decide that you don’t want to work in that area after all ‘Real world’ business experience, enabling you to put theory into practice Develop transferable skills such as communication, team working, problem-solving, decision-making, initiative and creativity Help fund your studies by earning a full-time salary during the vacation periods [-]

BSc (Hons) International Business

Kent Business School, University of Kent
Campus Part time 3 - 6 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

This programme provides a thorough grounding in business, and specialist knowledge and skills in international business. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Business Studies in Europe. Location: Canterbury This programme provides a thorough grounding in business, and specialist knowledge and skills in international business. The modern business environment is increasingly international. Consequently, this programme focuses on core topics that are key for all businesses' success, combined with the study of contemporary issues within the international business environment. You have the option of studying a modern European language, and the opportunity to spend a year in Europe or Asia at one of our partner universities. The programme equips you with the key skills and knowledge essential for managing a business, both domestically and within an international context. It will strongly appeal to students who are considering a future career in international management. Degree Options The International Business programme is a 3 or 4 year honours degree with an optional 3rd year spent at a partner University in Europe or Asia, or in a professional work placement, to enhance your experience and employability. The year abroad will take place between year 2 and 3. It will equip you with an integrated knowledge of the economic, social and cultural environment acquired through language and business study. You will need to choose modules in a European language in order to access the Year in Europe or Asia which will give you a sound understanding of the language and cultures of other regions. Single Honours: BSc (Hons) International Business (N126) BSc (Hons) International Business with a Year Abroad (N127) BSc (Hons) International Business with a Year in Industry (N128) Developing Your Employability We are ranked 20th in the UK for graduating students’ employment prospects according to The Times Good University Guide 2016. The BSc (Hons) International Business degree gives you the academic foundation you need for a career in international business or management. A Kent degree offers students excellent career prospects and graduates consistently have an excellent reputation among employers. Our International Business graduates find work in public and private sector management and consultancy both overseas and in the UK. Graduates from Kent have gone on to take up positions at a wide range of companies and sectors, including Deloittes, KPMG, PriceWaterhouse Coopers, Lloyds, Sainsburys PLC, Tesco, Transport for London, Yahoo! UK, Thames Valley Police, Heineken, a wide range of media agencies and management consultancy companies. Other graduates have also gone on to start their own successful business ventures or start-ups. Kent Business School presents a wealth of opportunities for you to gain much more than your valuable business degree. We have strong connections with many global organisations, and provide chances for you to network with them and acquire useful connections to enable you to enhance your student experience and increase your employability. We hold events or activities with such organisations and associations that will also benefit your learning experience and enhance your future career prospects. We provide ideal facilities in an international learning environment for you to forge associations with friends and colleagues whilst at the School and after graduation, as part of the Kent Business School alumni, which will remain with you long after you graduate and may provide assistance in your future career. Organisations who provide placements for your year in industry or year abroad view this scheme as an effective way to find potential new employees, so both schemes give you a definite advantage when it comes to job prospects and really enhance your career prospects. At Kent Business School you will gain many of the key transferable skills employers are looking for. You are taught to analyse critically, think creatively, express your views cogently, manage your time effectively, and work well independently and in groups. Students wishing to study abroad for a year need a minimum average of 60% for Stage 1 and Stage 2, with good attendance and academic standing. Students must complete the Overseas Travel Health Questionnaire, and attend a pre-departure briefing by the Go Abroad team. See the options available by programme. Study abroad places are always subject to availability. [-]