International Business

Culture, language, political systems, geography, finance and socioe-conomic factors all shape and influence business and must be understood by organisations wishing to conduct business in a global marketplace. An international business degree equips students with the skills to manage people, diversity in culture, and ways of conducting business in a diverse marketplace. Course Structure Students who choose the International Business option at Year 3 study specialist subjects in more detail including: International Marketing; International Business Culture; Business Research Methods; and International Business. Additional specialist subjects can be chosen from the elective list, depending on the student’s area of interest.