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Request Information Undergraduate Studies in Global Business in England in United Kingdom 2018
As businesses increasingly find themselves competing in a global marketplace, successful graduates can benefit from being agile and analytical -this course aims to teach students the knowledge and skills needed for global business. [+]
This programme runs at Coventry University London in October 2017 (3-year course) and January 2018 (accelerated 2.5-year course)
As businesses increasingly find themselves competing in a global marketplace, successful graduates can benefit from being agile and analytical -this course aims to teach students the knowledge and skills needed for global business.WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
This course, based at Coventry University London, is designed to provide you with the core knowledge and skills to operate in the contemporary global business environment.
If you choose this programme you may benefit from:Extensive business contacts with a wide range of organizations within the private, public and voluntary sectors both in London and beyond; the opportunity to study abroad and apply for placement and workplace projects; exposure to international business practice through an employer-informed curriculum and guest speakers, who in the past have come from companies such as the London Stock Exchange and Standard and Poor’s; access to staff with a truly international focus in their work, combined with continuing involvement in global business through consultancy and research which they bring into their teaching. WHAT WILL I LEARN? ... [-]