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Carleton University Undergraduate Bachelor of International Business (BIB)
Carleton University Undergraduate

Bachelor of International Business (BIB)

Ottawa, Canada

4 Years

English

Full time

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Sep 2024

CAD 36,017 / per year

On-Campus

Introduction

The Sprott School of Business offers a Bachelor of International Business that equips students with the foundation and global perspective they need to make a difference in the world. Intensive language training and intercultural skills gained through first-hand international experience prepare students for careers around the world.

During your degree, you will take courses in all core areas of business and complete intensive language training. You will also either study abroad at a partner institution, participate in an international internship, or a combination of the two. The language you study during years one and two will determine where you are placed. You will then return to Carleton to complete your final studies.

Streams – Complement your program with electives that enhance your competitiveness. You may choose to pursue multiple streams: Business Analytics; Corporate Finance; Entrepreneurship; Investments; Supply Chain Management; Sustainability

The Sprott School of Business also offers a separate Bachelor of Commerce degree program.

The Sprott School of Business also offers the following graduate programs: Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Accounting, MSc/PhD in Management.

The Carleton Advantage

The Bachelor of International Business (BIB) focuses on intensive language training; a full academic year abroad; courses in business fundamentals; specialized courses; and first-hand international experience.

  • You will take courses in all core areas of business and complete intensive language training. You will also either study abroad at a partner institution, participate in an international internship, or a combination of the two
  • Sprott students gain resume-building skills through experiential learning opportunities, including the Sprott Student Consulting Group, Sprott Student Investment Fund, and the Innovation Hub
  • BIB graduates find careers with global and multinational firms in Canada and abroad, as well as with government, non-profit organizations, and international NGOs
  • Our location in the nation’s capital connects you to a network of global companies, federal government departments, international agencies, embassies, and high commissions.

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