The Bachelor’s degree programme in International Business prepares you for a management position in an international environment. Therefore governments and organizations can trust others whose religious bases are strong, which means that they are ethical and are appropriate partners for business relations. The deadline for international students to apply to Leeds University Business School courses is 30 June.
Organisations to have hired our graduates include AlphaGraphics, Deloitte, Mail News and Media, the Prince’s Trust, Npower, Smith & Nephew, ASDA, Santander Bank, Deutsche Bank, Humberside Police, local authorities and the Civil Service. Your second year allows you build your degree depending on your interests and career aspirations.
Our academics are experts in their field and work closely with industry to ensure that our courses reflect the needs of business and provide our students with that extra edge when it comes to securing a job. After graduation you will be well equipped for junior management positions at large international companies, government institutions or other organizations. This means that all modules focus on themes that are closely linked to real-life business practices.
During the 3 years of study you will participate in various projects and improve your skills by formulating business strategies and solving economic problems. You’ll be challenged to think outside of your comfort zone to help you develop the skills to make the best business decisions. Applying to TAMK’s English Bachelor’s degree programmes is possible only once in a year.
This means that the institutional setting of a single firm and its business functions as well as the context and environment of the supply chain as a whole needs to be taken into account. Working in the business world presents objective challenges – for example we have ourselves reflected back in the response of others.