Suppose you enjoyed the Marketing Management program and would like to continue your business studies. In that case, the 1½-years Top-Up Bachelor in International Sales and Marketing is a fantastic opportunity for you!
The study program will prepare you for practical and complex sales and marketing work from an international perspective.
To give you the opportunity to apply theory and method to real-life situations, the study program includes a three-month internship. The internship aims to give you a first-hand impression of the international sales and marketing industry's work environment. The internship will give you the exact skills needed to land an exciting job after you graduate.
As a UCL University College student, it is possible to create an international profile during your studies. Depending on your chosen program, you can go on short international modules, study a semester, do your internship abroad, and participate in international projects.
The internship aims to give you a chance to apply the theory and method learned in the first two semesters in practice.
The internship can be compared to a full-time job with the same demands towards work, performance, commitment, and flexibility that you, as a BA graduate, would be expected to meet in your first job. The internship must be relevant to the scope of the program.
As a BA in International Sales and Marketing, you will have good chances of finding work – in the long run as a product manager, marketing manager, sales manager, project manager, etc. in industries such as:
Advertising, Marketing, and the Media
Trade, Shipping, etc.
IT and Telecommunications
Finance, Banking, Insurance, Mortgaging
Hotel, Restaurant, Tourism, Travel
To enter the program you must have this Academy Profession (AP) degree:
Logistics Management (No State Educational Grant in July and August)
Commerce Management (No State Educational Grant in July and August)
Financial Management (No State Educational Grant in July and August)
Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management (No State Educational Grant in July and August)
If your AP degree has been taught entirely in English, there is no further proof of English language skills.
However, if your degree has not been taught entirely in English, you must show proof of your English language skills.