Bachelor of Science Degrees in International Management

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International Management

Earning your bachelor's degree is an excellent way to start your education after high school. It is the standard way to gain the experience and skills necessary to successfully build a career. Alternatively, many students will choose to continue their studies by working toward a master's degree.

What is a BSc in International Management? Corporations that are large enough to span multiple countries often run into problems with conflicting governments and economic standards or quirks, especially when they are primarily based in a single country. International management is a subset of the business major that prepares students to solve these problems when they arise. Multicultural understanding is essential and courses involving foreign language or studying abroad are often necessary.

Students studying international management benefit from a very fulfilling area of emphasis. Those that enjoy traveling and experiencing other country's cultures can make a profession out of their hobby. It also serves as a great opportunity to develop communication, multicultural sensitivity, and managerial skills.

Like most bachelor programs, the fees and tuition associated with earning a BSc in International Management vary quite a bit. Factors such as the school, program, and length of study will all influence what the expenses are. It is vital that sufficient research is done before making a decision.

There are many opportunities for international management professionals to find work of all kinds. Sometimes an international manager is put in charge of the supply chain leading to other countries or just the international relations. Other times, expanding companies are looking to hire someone to travel to another country and head up operations while reporting back progress. Food service, travel, and retail are three industries that have an especially high demand for international managers.

If you have a passion for traveling, consider entering the exciting and dynamic field of international management. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Bachelor of Management

Trine University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Angola

Trine's Management major in the Ketner School of Business develops and produces leaders – young professionals with the skills and knowledge to effectively lead groups of people and deliver projects and products on time and above expectations. [+]

BScs in International Management. Bachelor of Management Trine's Management major in the Ketner School of Business develops and produces leaders – young professionals with the skills and knowledge to effectively lead groups of people and deliver projects and products on time and above expectations. Our accredited program focuses on both the business fundamentals of management and the critical creative thinking required by today's top companies. The Experience In this program you'll get first hand experience of the challenges and opportunities that today's managers thrive on. Our expert faculty and our deep corporate connections mean you'll quickly be working with real company projects. All projects will require you to solve dynamic problems while communicating effectively to company stakeholders. The Results Our graduates work for large and small businesses, excelling in graduate school to managing non-profits. Trine management professionals manage projects and people from coast to coast. Develop your critical reasoning and problem-solving skills at Trine. Careers First line supervisor in an industrial setting Project Manager Senior management in small and large companies Family business Entrepreneurial startup company Not-for-profit management [-]

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - International Management

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
Campus Full time September 2017 Germany Frankfurt am Main

Are you interested in general management and thinking about an international career? [+]

B.Sc. in International Management

 

Are you interested in general management and thinking about an international career? Today’s business world is fast-moving and interconnected on a global scale. This major teaches you all aspects of management that you need to kickstart your career in business. Fully taught in English, it attracts highly motivated students from Germany and around the world.

The first three semesters cover all the basics of business administration and give you a rock-solid foundation of the concepts, methods and tools you need as an executive of a globally operating company. You will spend the fourth and the fifth semester at another university abroad before returning to Frankfurt for two more semesters of specialization. Through several internships you will gain additional practical experience.... [-]


B.Sc. (Hons) International Management

Cambridge International Business College
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2017 Germany Freiburg United Kingdom Cambridge + 2 more

Content of the course "International Management" is the business administration without specialization, with the emphasis on the international aspects of business administration and networking. [+]

BScs in International Management. Content of the course "International Management" is the business administration without specialization, with the emphasis on the international aspects of business administration and networking. For graduates / inside the final offers great employment and career opportunities, and this largely independent of the economic situation of individual industries and economies. Thorough preparation for leadership and project tasks within the company creates the conditions for professional activities in the classic business administration disciplines or in interface tasks (strategy and planning, marketing, purchasing, controlling, accounting, logistics, product and project management). The degree program for Bachelor of Science (Honours) "International Management" is performed at the Cambridge International Business College in cooperation with the Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge / England. Program elements The first 2 years of study will be held at the Cambridge International Business College in Freiburg. The British University Administration According to form Level 1 and Level 2 (Study Year 1 and 2) studies. According inclinations and talent, you can co-opt to the compulsory subjects of study program in addition to English, a second foreign language (Spanish or French or both), without having to pay for an additional fee. At the beginning of term you are placed in Spanish or in French depending on prior knowledge in the appropriate learning group, beginners lessons is possible. Upon completion of this 2-year study stage at Cambridge International Business College, you acquire the certificate "Higher International Diploma (International Management)", or with an additional foreign language, the "Higher International Diploma (International Management) with 2 economically oriented languages". The focus of Level 1 and 2 studies form the business-related subjects such as business administration, accounting or management. Also in the foreign language section of the economically-commercial aspect is in the foreground. Teaching languages ​​at Cambridge International Business College are German or English. During the first semester you will receive intensive General English classes and, based on lessons in business English. After the first two years of study of the move to England made to the Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge (Level 3). The previous intensive English instruction and subject teaching in English will allow you to follow the whole courses at Anglia Ruskin University in English. Employment and career opportunities Graduates / inside of the course "International Management" have extremely excellent chances on the international labor market, since the program has a sector independent. first you prefer to work in large companies or corporations as an assistant / in the management or the Board of Management and spine with increasing management experience in leadership positions. [-]

BSc Major in Management

Morgan State University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Baltimore

The Management major will help you develop the knowledge and skills needed to administer daily operations in business, industry, or government and to provide creative leadership for enterprises in the public and private sectors. The focus of this major is on management and human resources. [+]

The Management major will help you develop the knowledge and skills needed to administer daily operations in business, industry, or government and to provide creative leadership for enterprises in the public and private sectors. The focus of this major is on management and human resources. Upon completion of this major, you will answer such questions as: How do you decide when it is time to hire new people? Should you promote someone within your company or bring someone from outside? How much salary should you offer? What steps can you take to encourage members of your staff to work together instead of competitively? How can you head off employee burnout? What incentives should you offer to improve productivity? What if your employees are considering unionization? Fifteen credit hours of required courses must be taken in MGMT 329, MGMT 330, MGMT 420, MGMT 421 and MGMT 425. Students can choose 6 credits from among the following: BUAD 351, 452, BUAD 456, BUAD 486, MGMT 465 and one 300-400 level course in Marketing. Note: Students in the Honors Program must follow the Honors Curriculum. MANAGEMENT (MGMT) COURSES Required (15 credits) MGMT 329 - HR: Management (3 credits) MGMT 330 - Compensation/Benefits Management (3 credits) MGMT 420 - Labor-Management Relations (3 credits) MGMT 421 - Training and Development (3 credits) MGMT 425 - Staffing and Performance Management (3 credits) Electives (6 credits) BUAD 351 - Entrepreneurship (3 credits) BUAD 452 - Advanced Entrepreneurship (3 credits) BUAD 456 - Special Topics in Bus. Administration (3 credits) BUAD 486 - Internship and field Experience (3 credits) MGMT 425 - Staffing & Performance Evaluation (3 credits) MGMT 465 - Issues in HR (3 credits) MKTG 300-400 Level (3 credits) HONORS DESIGNATION The following courses make up the "Honors" designation in the department: BUAD 452 - Advanced Entrepreneurship (3 credits) BUAD 456 - Special Topics in Business Administration (3 credits) MGMT 421 - Training and Development (3 credits) MGMT 465 - Issues in HR (3 credits) MKTG 345 - Services Marketing (3 credits) MKTG 465 - Special Topics in Marketing (3 credits) HOMG 219 - Food Service Management and Operations (3 credits) HOMG 412 - Meeting and Convention Management (3 credits) Note: Junior standings in the School of Business and Management means successful completion of 60 credits in General Education and SBM Requirements including MATH 201, ECON 212, ACCT 202 (or ACCT 300), INSS 141. MANAGEMENT COURSE OFFERINGS ORIE 102 FRESHMAN ORIENTATION FOR BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT MAJORS Two hours; 1 credit. This course introduces students to the expectations and demands of higher education, to the legacy and tradition at Morgan State University, to college survival strategies, and to the broad array of career opportunities in business and management. Students enrolled in this course are required to attend all university convocations and other prescribed extra-curricular activities. They are also required to hold conferences with their faculty advisors in order to pass the course. Students transferring 24 or more credits to the university when admitted are exempted from this requirement. MGMT 324 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Three hours; 3 credits. This course addresses the functions of management and application of relevant social and behavioral science disciplines to the study, research, and practice of organizational behavior, performance, and effectiveness. Topics include OB theory and research methods, individual behavior, group dynamics, stress, motivation, leadership, politics, communication, conflict, and other behavioral areas. Prerequisite: Junior standing in the SBM. (Fall, Spring) MGMT 328 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Three hours; 3 credits. This course thoroughly examines the vital function of product manufacturing and service creation as an integrated production and operations management system of resource inputs, conversion processes, and value-added outputs. A managerial, system focus emphasizes effective and efficient production management concepts and techniques. Prerequisites: Successful completion of INSS 220 and Junior standing in the SBM. (Fall, Spring) MGMT 329 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Three hours; 3 credits. This course examines principles and practices involved in recruiting, interviewing, selecting, hiring and developing employees. Separations, transfers, promotions, EEO considerations, privacy and affirmative action are considered. Prerequisite: Successful completion of MGMT 324. (Fall, Spring) MGMT 330 COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS MANAGEMENT Three hours; 3 credits. This course is an advanced examination of compensation theory, practice, and benefit programs. Readings, cases, exercises, simulations, projects, and a paper are used to develop competence in compensation management and benefits such as health care, dental, legal rights child care, educational payments, profit sharing, sick leave, and other employee and managerial incentives. Prerequisite: Successful completion of MGMT 329. (Fall, Spring) MGMT 420 LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS Three hours; 3 credits. This course examines the concepts, policies, programs, and practices of labor organizations and management groups working together, along with community, agency, and neutrals, to resolve work-place conflicts, minimize labor market and employment adjustments, and enhance organizational performance, productivity, and survivability. Readings, projects, cases and a research-oriented paper are expected. Prerequisite: Successful completion of MGMT 329. (Fall) MGMT 421 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Three hours; 3 credits. This is a senior level course that applies the management fundamentals to improve supervision, managerial, and executive effectiveness. Texts, readings, and projects are designed to enhance managerial skills of planning, organizing, leading, and evaluating well beyond basic principles of management. Cases, simulations, and workshop-oriented management training exercises build on other management and business courses to improve managerial performance and prospects for upward mobility. Focus is on training to be a better manager and improve fast-track entry into middle and upper management in corporations, and entrepreneurial enterprises. Prerequisites: MGMT 329 and Senior standing in the SBM. (Spring) This is a course with "Honors" designation. MGMT 425 STAFFING AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT Three hours; 3 credits. This course is an advanced examination of the body of theory and practices involved in recruiting, selecting and placing employees as well as techniques and processes involved in measuring and managing the performance contribution of employees. Readings, cases, exercises, simulations, internal or external projects, or a term paper are used to develop an understanding of how systematic staffing and performance management practices serve as means to attract, develop and retain high performing employees to build a sustainable competitive advantage for the organization. Prerequisite: Successful completion of MGMT 329. MGMT 465 ISSUES IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Three hours; 3 credits. This course is an in-depth investigation of selected current trends and issues of importance in HR and industrial relations. It is an integrative, case-oriented approach to the study of problems and policy in HR and industrial relations. Simulation exercises and case analysis are used in addition to lecture and student presentations. Prerequisites: Senior standing in the SBM. (Spring) This is a course with "Honors" designation. [-]

BSBA Management

University of Denver
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Denver

The management major at DU focuses on people—the most important resource in business. Students may study such areas as human resource management, organizational behavior, labor relations, ethics, international management, planning and control, and problem identification and diagnosis. [+]

BScs in International Management. BSBA Management The management major at DU focuses on people—the most important resource in business. Students may study such areas as human resource management, organizational behavior, labor relations, ethics, international management, planning and control, and problem identification and diagnosis. Graduates of the program go on to earn graduate degrees at DU and other highly respected schools around the country. Career opportunities exist in labor relations, general supervision and management, personnel/human resource management, management of family businesses and entrepreneurial endeavors. [-]

Bachelor of Science in International Management

Jönköping University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Sweden Jönköping

If you want to work in international and global business settings, International Management is the programme for you. The International Management programme combines entrepreneurship, business renewal, and internationalization to offer you a broad perspective on business and provide a good foundation for your future career. [+]

If you want to work in international and global business settings, International Management is the programme for you. The International Management programme combines entrepreneurship, business renewal, and internationalization to offer you a broad perspective on business and provide a good foundation for your future career. The International Management programme prepares you for the dynamic nature of today’s business life. In a world with an increasing international competition there is a great need for managers who can develop existing businesses by seizing new business opportunities. The International Management programme comprises basic courses in economics and business studies and specializes on business management and business renewal in an international context. Study abroad The programme provides the students with the opportunity to spend the fifth semester abroad and choose courses that will help to individualize their degree. Students abroad are limited to choose courses at universities within the fields of business administration, economics, statistics, economic geography, commercial law and language. Students choose the courses at these partner universities in coordination with faculty at JIBS, and approval of courses is done through JIBS faculty. The students have the opportunity to study courses at JIBS during that time if there is a reason to not study abroad. Dual Degree option Students on the programme are eligible to apply for a dual degree exchange with KEDGE Business Schoolexternal link, opens in new window, France. The opportunity is reserved for a limited number of students that show excellent academic results and drive. Students taking part in the dual degree exchange programme study for an extra year, allowing them to receive a Bachelor of Science in Business and Economics with a major in Business Administration from JIBS and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from KEDGE. Host Companies During your studies you establish direct connections with the business life through our host company programme. Courses NB Preliminary list of courses Year 1 Autumn Business and Academic Communication 1 7.5 credits Entrepreneurship and Business Planning 7.5 credits Microeconomic Principles and Mathematics for Economics 7.5 credits Basic Financial Accounting 7.5 credits Year 1 Spring Macroeconomic Principles 7.5 credits Management Accounting 7.5 credits Marketing Management 7.5 credits Organization and Leadership 7.5 credits Year 2 Autumn Strategy and Technology 7.5 credits Business Statistics 1 7.5 credits Business Statistics 2 7.5 credits Research Methods: Design, Implementation and Analysis 7.5 credits Year 2 Spring Corporate Finance 1 7.5 credits International Trade Theory 7.5 credits International Macroeconomics and Finance 7.5 credits International Management 7.5 credits Year 3 Autumn Studying abroad/Elective courses 30 credits Year 3 Spring Business Ethics 7.5 credits Elective course 7.5 credits Bachelor Thesis in Business Administration 15 credits Facts Credits: 180,0 ECTS Level: Bachelor's Rate of study: Full-time Place of study: Campus-based Language: English Start date: Autumn 2016 Degree 3 years, 180 credits. Bachelor of Science in Business and Economics with a major in Business Administration. With a degree from the International Management programme at JIBS you have an excellent foundation for starting your own business or pursuing an international career as trainee, business developer, financial assistant, junior analyst, marketing coordinator, salesperson, product manager, brand manager, account manager/ key account manager/service manager, marketing assistant, export manager, or project leader. With your degree you can apply to both Swedish and international master programs. Please note that master programs may have different entry requirements. Career prospects With a degree from the International Management programme at JIBS you have an excellent foundation for starting your own business or pursuing an international career as trainee, business developer, financial assistant, junior analyst, marketing coordinator, salesperson, product manager, brand manager, account manager/ key account manager/service manager, marketing assistant, export manager, or project leader. The degree also prepares you for further studies in Business Administration. Requirements: General entry requirements include high school diploma; with specific demand on mathematics, civic/social studies, and English proficiency. The number of places is limited and a selection is made based on high-school diploma GPA, and letter of motivation. (Special Selection: We reserve a limited number of extra seats within this bachelor programme for applicants who are considered particularly suited to the education and JIBS’ profile.) [-]

BSc (Hons) in Management

University of Stirling
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 4 years September 2017 United Kingdom Stirling + 1 more

Management equips you with two things: a broad understanding of business today and the practical management skills with which to become an effective manager. [+]

BScs in International Management. Management equips you with two things: a broad understanding of business today and the practical management skills with which to become an effective manager. You’ll gain an understanding of the internal functions and structures of organisations, as well as the contexts within which business operates. You’ll develop the analytical skills needed both to solve a range of management problems and to competently use a number of management software packages. You will also develop your individual skills of critical thinking, teamwork and leadership; be competent in analysing data; and have the communication skills vital for translating good ideas into action. What makes us different? Management Undergraduate Dissertation Prize A research-based prize of £200 is open to all students undertaking the Management dissertation and is awarded to the student who submits the best undergraduate dissertation. The prize may be shared if more than one dissertation achieves the highest mark. 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 Three-year Honours degree SQA Adv. Higher: ABB GCE A-level: ABB IB Diploma: 35 points. 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 Advanced entry is possible with an HNC/D in Business. 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 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. 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 Semesters 1 and 2 are designed to provide students with a broad grounding in the subjects of Business and Management and include the history of management, management practice, organisational behaviour, decision making for business, change and business innovation. Analytical techniques that underpin business activity and management are also introduced. Modules will be taught alongside students from Business Studies, Human Resource Management, Marketing and Retail Marketing. Year 2 entry is available for suitably qualified candidates who can expect a seamless transition into Semester 3. In Semesters 3-7 compulsory core modules provide theory and applications of management. Core modules may include Fundamentals of Management, Operations Management, Leadership and Management, Responsible Business/Ethics, Project Management and Strategic Management. Students are encouraged to take electives in Accounting & Finance for Managers and Economics for Managers. You will have numerous opportunities to develop appropriate work-related skills at every stage of your studies, culminating in the Professional Development and Practice module in Semester 8 which helps you prepare for entering the workplace. This course is not available as a Combined Degree. Delivery and assessment Lectures, seminars, tutorials, computer-based workshops and case studies are supplemented by occasional industrial visits. A feature of the final Honours Semester 8 is that the project can be based on a ‘business’ firm or service, in which you are encouraged to investigate a particular management problem and write a dissertation about it for assessment. Study abroad opportunities You may spend Semester 6 studying abroad under the ERASMUS European exchange programme, and are also eligible for exchanges administered by the University’s Study Abroad Office to destinations in the USA, Canada, Australia and elsewhere. Career opportunities Management can provide entry into a large variety of careers. Our Management graduates have progressed to a variety of careers. Some have taken up general line management, planning or business analysis roles, while others have joined consultancies offering specialist skills. Management graduates are currently working in a wide range of countries around the world including: Ireland, India, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Vietnam, Russia, Oman, Norway, Hong Kong, South Africa and New Zealand. Our graduates are contributing to the performance of a range of private, public and third sector organisations including: Hewlett Packard PriceWaterhouseCoopers Visa Sun Microsystems NHS HM Revenue & Customs Barclays Capital Scottish Government BT Lloyds Banking Group First Direct Nestle Accenture Rolls Royce Royal Bank of Scotland Recent graduates from these degrees have secured positions as: Analyst, Black Rock Financial Management Marketing & Business Development Executive, Imorph Limited Assistant Manager, Crocojet Sarl Website Assistant – Despatch, Browns Fashion Graduates who left Stirling up to ten years ago have now forged careers in the following areas: Supply Chain Analyst, Field Group plc Performance Analyst, Skills Development Scotland Associate Consultant, PricewaterhouseCoopers Actuarial Assistant, HBOS Forecasting Planning Manager, BskyB Senior IT Auditor, Morrisons Bid Manager, Palmaris Services Ltd Business Analyst, Royal Bank of Scotland The grounding that a Management degree provides you with in demonstrated in the wide range of professions that some of our more established graduates are currently working in: Operations Support Manager, McDonalds Restaurants Ltd E-Learning Development Consultant, AEGON Head of Business Performance Management, BT Supply Manager – UK Region, Rolls Royce Director of Communications, Scottish Water Policy Advisor, Scottish Executive Business Systems Manager, Arcadia Group Ltd Strategy & Quality Development Advisor Head of Financial Reporting, Aviva plc General Manager, Nestle UK Ltd Stirling Management School’s Careers Mentoring Scheme The Careers Mentoring Scheme is open to all Year 3 and Year 4 students across Stirling Management School. Mentoring is widely recognised as an effective tool for enhancing your career prospects and of ensuring informed choice, and this scheme is designed to provide additional support as you progress through your studies, as well as preparing your for progression into your desired professions. Mentors are all former students of Stirling Management School who know what it is like to be unsure about your future career plans. They are keen to pass on tips relating to potential careers and applying for jobs. The benefits of the scheme include: Improving your employability skills Building your confidence and self-esteem when applying for jobs Searching and applying for suitable jobs, writing CVs, interview skills Providing an insight into the world of work and a particular industry 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 both 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 International Management (Japan)(Year Abroad)

SOAS University of London
Campus Full time 4 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom London

Our 4-year programme provides students with a strong grounding in international management, specialist knowledge of business and management in Japan and Korea and competence in Japanese or Korean language. Students take courses in accounting, finance, managerial economics, marketing, corporate governance, research methods and international business strategy, together with specialist courses that draw on SOAS’s knowledge of management and finance in Japan and Korea. In addition, students take three full-unit modules in Japanese or Korean. [+]

BSc International Management (Japan)(Year Abroad) Programme Code: NTC2 Duration: 4 years 2016 Entry Requirements A Levels: AAB-ABB GCSE Maths B IB: 35 (665 at HL) BTEC: DDM Access to HE: Minimum of 30 Level 3 Credits at Distinction Scottish Highers: AAABB Scottish Advanced Highers: AAB Irish LC: 340 points from 5 Higher level subjects at grade C1 or above Advanced Placement: 4 4 5 (Two semesters - UCAS Group A) plus US HSGD with GPA 3.0 Euro Bacc: 80% French Bacc: 14/20 German Abitur: 2.0 Italy DES: 80/100 Austria Mat: 2.0 Polish Mat: Overall 75% including 3 extended level subjects Our 4-year programme provides students with a strong grounding in international management, specialist knowledge of business and management in Japan and Korea and competence in Japanese or Korean language. Students take courses in accounting, finance, managerial economics, marketing, corporate governance, research methods and international business strategy, together with specialist courses that draw on SOAS’s knowledge of management and finance in Japan and Korea. In addition, students take three full-unit modules in Japanese or Korean. During their time at SOAS students have the opportunity to take approved courses from other SOAS departments, such as Law, Politics, Economics and Languages and Cultures of Japan and Korea, providing a rich inter-disciplinary learning environment. The programme aims to provide students with a conceptual understanding of core principles of international management and finance, the ability to apply this knowledge to real issues facing business and other organisations that operate in Japan or Korea or deal with these economies, and competence in Japanese or Korean language. Structure The BSc International Management (Japan and Korea) (Year Abroad) is a 4-year programme that combines International Management and Japanese or Korean language. Students spend 3 years studying on campus, taking modules to the value of 4 units in each year. The third year of study is spent abroad at a partner institution in Japan or Korea. In their final year students complete an Independent Study Project or Dissertation on an agreed topic in International Management (Japan and Korea). Please note: Students with existing proficiency in Japanese may take a more advanced sequence of Japanese language courses, subject to placement test. When selecting optional units, it should be noted that the number of half units taken in Term 1 will need to be equal to the number of half units taken in Term 2, for each year of study. Year One Management in Japan and Korea: Domestic and International Developments - 151030023 (1 Unit) - Full Year Introduction to accounting - 151030001 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1 Understanding company accounts and reports - 151030002 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2 Basic Japanese 1 - 155900874 (1 Unit) - Full Year Quantitative and analytical techniques for managers - 151030005 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2 EITHER Principles and management of marketing - 151030004 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1 OR Issues in Post-war Japanese Society 1 - 155901329 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1 OR an approved open option course to the value of 0.5 unit in term 1 Year Two Corporate finance and financial accounting - 151030006 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2 Managerial accounting - 151030007 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1 International business strategy - 151030008 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1 Managerial economics - 151030009 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2 Basic Japanese 2 - 155900875 (1 Unit) - Full Year Qualitative and case study research - 151030011 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2 EITHER International marketing 1: the environment - 151030010 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1 OR Issues in Post-war Japanese Society 2 - 155901330 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2 OR an approved open option course to the value of 0.5 unit in term 1 Year Three You will spend year three overseas in Japan at one of our partner institutions Year Four Independent study project in international management - 151030016 (1 Unit) - Full Year Advanced Japanese: Contemporary Topics - 155901255 (1 Unit) - Full Year Plus courses to the value of 2 units from the following list: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN THE JAPANESE AND KOREAN ECONOMIES - 151030020 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1 Financial strategy - 151030012 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1 FINANCE IN JAPAN AND KOREA - 151030021 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2 International human resource management - 151030018 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1 Corporate governance - 151030017 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2 International marketing 2: global markets - 151030015 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2 An approved open option course (may be a half unit, two half units, or one whole unit, but must not exceed 1 unit in total) Year abroad In year three students follow an approved programme of study at a partner institutions, normally, in Japan or Korea. Destinations Graduates will have a firm grasp of international management disciplines that should place them in a good position to pursue a career in business, banking, consulting, media and other industries, especially in companies or organisations that operate in, or do business with Japan or Korea. Students who attain a first or upper second will be well-placed to embark on postgraduate study. DeFiMS maintains close links with employers in the United Kingdom, its focus regions including Japan, Korea and elsewhere. We expect that many of our graduates will move into banking, consulting, media, and other industries. A Student's Perspective "The cultural diversity of the student body makes for a multi-dimensional learning experience" Tomoko Sugimoto [-]

International Business Management Studies in Applied Games Management

EuroPort Business School
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Rotterdam Amsterdam + 1 more

The serious gaming market is already a multi-billion dollar industry, EuroPort Business Schoool facilitates its graduates to make a meaningful contribution to the sector. [+]

BScs in International Management. The serious gaming market is already a multi-billion dollar industry, growing at a slow, but steady pace as games and simulations designed for education and training purposes gain acceptance. Industry estimates range from $2 – $10 billion in revenue for the serious games space, depending on how much of the market for games, simulations and virtual worlds is included in the calculation. The US and Europe are now known as the biggest potential markets for the serious gaming industry. A serious game or applied game is a game designed for a primary purpose other than pure entertainment. The "serious" adjective is generally prepended to refer to products used by industries like defence, education, scientific exploration, health care, emergency management, city planning, engineering, and politics. Managing companies operating in the Applied Games industry requires peculiar and specialized skills and knowledge that are usually not covered by traditional general management programs. Nowadays applied games require a new breed of managers, capable of managing both business, innovation and creative imperatives. The goal of the program is to ensure participants develop a global vision of the applied games sector, some solid marketing and managerial abilities and the capacity to engage with innovation and creativity. Do you have an international mind-set, a specific interest for entering the applied games sector and an interest for acquiring managerial, entrepreneurial or marketing expertise in the applied games industry? Are you a sales oriented student willing to develop an international career in applied games distribution and/or do you want to set up a company in the applied games industry? Then the Bachelor program International Business Management Studies in Applied Games Management is the right choice for you! First Year During the first year, you will be introduced to the international market from the perspective of an international marketeer, an international manager, or an international communications manager, always with a special focus on your target group. General management and communication skills (taught in English) are an integral part of the program. Throughout your education, various modules and trainings will contribute to the (real-life) projects in which you will participate. During these projects, you will learn a lot about how to function in an international business environment. Second Year During the second year you will be working on your operational skills and learn how to identify business-related issues from a tactical point of view. You will see the international market through the eyes of a Financial Manager, an Export Manager or a Sales Manager for Applied Games. You will also participate in a project concerning the creation of a genuine company. You will end this year with a ten-week orientation internship in the applied gaming branche. Third Year The third year we will look at the applied games industry from the perspective of a business development manager, a management consultant or a product manager. As part of the program we will also visit the US. Fourth Year This year you will be performing an international internship in an applied games company. From our experience we know that working as a trainee is a perfect stepping stone to a career in the international applied games industry. You conclude this last year with writing your thesis. The thesis is the concluding highlight of your study. You are advising an international organization in the applied games industry on a problem they experience or an opportunity they want to explore. You work within a theoretical framework and carry out research in this organization in order to provide them with a good advice. Using the knowledge, skills and experience you have achieved during your study, you are expected to do research, analyse data and doing specific recommendations to solve the business problem. [-]

Bachelor of Science in Management

Legacy Business School
Campus Full time 4 years May 2017 USA New York Murray Hill + 1 more

The Management Specialization provides a solid foundation in the core elements of successful business management. [+]

Bachelor of Science degree conferred in the UK - Management Legacy Business School's four-year program in business leads to a Bachelor of Science degree conferred in the UK preparing students for the challenging and dynamic world of multinational business. The curriculum provides a broad academic experience with a strong emphasis on the development of business skills, capabilities and knowledge necessary for the ever-changing global business environment. Furthermore, the programs prepare students to operate effectively in international environments by focusing on cultural awareness, language skills, and the general study of liberal arts. Application Fee: $75 Registration Fee: $100 Tuition: $82, 060 Duration of Program: 4 Years MANAGEMENT The Management Specialization provides a solid foundation in the core elements of successful business management. Beginning with human resource and operations, and extending to advanced business structures and marketing, students gain a 360° understanding of business management strategies. Within their studies, students discover not only how value is diversified, maintained, and defended, but also how it is increased. [-]

Bachelor of Science in International Finance

I-Shou University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Taiwan Kaohsiung

Department of International Finance (IF) aims to cultivate students with financial skills and professional knowledge to excel in today’s business world. The program is instructed in English and accredited by AACSB. Our team of dynamic educators and researchers is drawn from countries around the world, providing the students a multicultural exposure with diverse financial perspectives. [+]

BScs in International Management. Department of International Finance, International College, I-Shou University Department of International Finance (IF) aims to cultivate students with financial skills and professional knowledge to excel in today’s business world. The program is instructed in English and accredited by AACSB. Our team of dynamic educators and researchers is drawn from countries around the world, providing the students a multicultural exposure with diverse financial perspectives. Features - Training in big-data analysis, which is a core capability in the context of any analytics position in the industry, enables professionals to fulfill various financial models in asset price forecast and investment portfolio construction. - Opportunities to study-abroad are provided for students who seek full immersion in the student life and culture in foreign universities to foster personal independence. - Internship programs provide hands-on exposure and invaluable practical experience in security and financial holding companies. Interns will immerse in an open and inclusive culture, build connections and receive coaching and feedback from professional colleagues. - Credits required for graduation at the Department of IF is 129, consisting of IF core requirement (51 credits), International College core requirement (12 credits), general education core requirement & elective courses (27 credits) and IF elective courses (39 Credits). ... [-]

Bachelor of Science in Management

Fisher College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Boston

The Bachelor of Science in Management program of Fisher College is committed to providing educational excellence through a carefully constructed business management core curriculum and selective concentrations. This curriculum will provide a strong grounding in broad-based fundamental management knowledge and skills to prepare students for meaningful and productive careers as managers and professionals. [+]

BScs in International Management. Students who pursue a Bachelor of Science in Management degree at Fisher College are choosing a broad-based and versatile degree. The program incorporates a carefully constructed business core curriculum with a strong grounding in management knowledge and skills. These principles of management apply across all types of organizations in all sectors of the economy. Graduates of the Management program pursue careers in various industries as well as non-profit organizations, health care facilities, government, and educational institutions. PROGRAM MISSION We make use of and build on the liberal arts foundation to develop students who have strong analytical skills, and who are able to think, write, and communicate clearly and effectively. Graduates will be able to combine the theory and practice of management with an interpersonal/ cross-cultural understanding of the diverse global environment in which we live, and will be well prepared for ethical decision-making. Students hone their problem-solving and analytical skills through collaborative learning projects. They recognize the value of teamwork as they practice their leadership roles and abilities in various team-oriented activities. The Management program focuses on the active involvement of the student in the learning process and the effective application of management theory through a proactive program of experiential opportunities. Such tasks as simulations, library research, team presentations and computer projects in a variety of management settings allow the students at Fisher to combine theoretical “classroom” knowledge with practical real-world experience. Fisher College offers a Management degree with the option of nine different concentrations Students may choose to focus in an area of special interest through one of nine concentrations. A concentration allows students to take three to five classes in a specific area or disciple to give them greater knowledge and experience in that subject matter. All Bachelor of Science in Management program majors graduate with knowledge and skills in the management functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling, and will be able to demonstrate their marketable skills through an electronic portfolio. Faculty stay continually informed about current issues and trends to prepare students for today's business environment. The required general education curriculum ensures students have a strong foundation in analytical and communication skills. Fisher College is located in the beautiful Back Bay section of Boston, surrounded by major retail centers, government offices–including the State House–and is easily accessible to many business and non-profit organizations that serve the city of Boston. An internship and subsequent career can be explored in any field of interest from our extraordinary location. [-]

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - International Management

Gannon University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Erie

International management students will learn how business is conducted within domestic and international markets. Students will learn how to serve international customers and how to strategically capture international business opportunities. International management students are strongly encouraged to participate in Gannon’s learning abroad and global service opportunities. [+]

You Will Learn International management students will learn how business is conducted within domestic and international markets. Students will learn how to serve international customers and how to strategically capture international business opportunities. International management students are strongly encouraged to participate in Gannon’s learning abroad and global service opportunities. You Will Experience Students will experience an innovative education in the Center for Business Ingenuity, utilizing state-of-the-art technology and global software through the SAP® University Alliances program. Students will receive hands-on opportunities through internships and service-learning projects with local and national businesses, as well as through the unique collaboration between Gannon University’s Dahlkemper School of Business, Small Business Development Center and Erie Technology Incubator. You Will Achieve Career opportunities include, but are not limited to, the following positions in the field of international management: global logistics manager global sourcing manager international business consultant international human resources manager international market analyst international sales representative You will Study Students obtaining a degree in business administration are able to choose from 10 concentrations to prepare for a career in the field of their choice. Students also have the opportunity to complete the Master of Business Administration or Master of Public Administration degree with one additional year of study through the five-year MBA/MPA program. The Dahlkemper School of Business offers innovative courses to prepare students to become business leaders in the global economy. Three of the many course selections are: BCOR 240: Marketing in the Global Environment Students in this course will learn the process of creating and presenting a marketing plan by applying the strategic decisions of marketing, including capturing marketing insights, connecting with customers, shaping market offerings, delivering customer value and successfully growing the business enterprise. ENTR 310: Organizational Innovation An examination of where entrepreneurs get their ideas and discover different types of entrepreneurial opportunities will be studied. This course focuses on understanding the process of idea generation, idea evaluation and developing a comprehensive business plan. BCOR 485: Global Policy and Strategy As a project-based course, Global Policy and Strategy requires students to integrate analytical skills by analyzing business opportunities and challenges to make more effective business decisions. Liberal Studies Core The Liberal Studies Core Curriculum is one reflection of Gannon University's commitment to its Catholic identity. The Core's design offers students a defined, integrated, shared experience as the foundation for their undergraduate program. You Will Earn Salaries in business vary depending on the location and type of organization. accounting: $67,190 distribution manager: $86,630 finance manager: $117,990 financial analyst: $80,310 healthcare manager: $94,500 human resources manager: $104,440 insurance underwriter: $65,040 market research analyst: $62,150 marketing manager: $128,750 sales manager: $113,860 All salary information is compiled from data gathered from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (bls.gov) and/or PayScale (payscale.com). Admission Requirements General Requirements Completion of 16 academic units at the high school level, four of which must be English; three in mathematics, including algebra I and II; and two in science; the remaining seven units are to be comprised of social sciences and foreign language. Your academic course selection, grades, rank in class, guidance counselor recommendation and SAT/ACT scores will be carefully reviewed for admission consideration. Demonstrate motivation and curiosity through interests and extracurricular activities. Next-Step Requirements Transfer students with an associate’s degree in arts or science may be able to complete this major through Gannon’s Next–Step Program. Next–Step guarantees acceptance of up to 64 credits with grades of C or better and allows students to enter Gannon with junior level status. #GU Possibilities Gannon’s Dahlkemper School of Business has partnerships with universities located in Germany, Poland and China, providing several learning abroad opportunities for international management students. The demand for business professionals with specialized skills in international management is expected to increase as businesses establish operations abroad and seek to develop stronger relationships with global partners. [-]

B.Sc. in Management

University of Primorska
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Slovenia Koper

This study programme is oriented rather theoretically. Graduates are skilled to efficiently plan their personal development as well as plan and manage companies or institutions. [+]

BScs in International Management. B.Sc. in Management Type and level of qualification: first cycle: academic study programme Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) ECTS credits: 180 Structure: 28 courses: 19 core courses, 9 electives, practical training workshops, thesis Obtained professional title in Slovene language: diplomirani ekonomist (UN) / diplomirana ekonomistka, Abbreviation: dipl. ekon. (UN) Field of study: Business and Administration (ISCED 34) Short programme description: This study programme is oriented rather theoretically. Graduates are skilled to efficiently plan their personal development as well as plan and manage companies or institutions. Students focus on research and development work and are well prepared for postgraduate studies. Educational and professional goals: understanding theories and concepts in the fields of business planning, organizing, leading and controlling companies and other organizations, critical thinking and analytic solving of problems, independence and business development, innovativeness, understanding political, social and cultural environment in which companies and organization in Slovenia, and abroad, operate, leading teams and manage companies at a middle management position, developing lifelong learning skills and continuing study at master level. [-]