The objective of the TAMK BBA in International Business is to prepare undergraduates for tasks demanding business expertise and for entry-level managerial positions worldwide. With a degree related to international business and the multitude of different career options open to you, you can expect a competitive salary ranging from $55,000 (entry-level position) to easily over $90,000 per year. Your day-to-day work will be varied and exciting – everything from drafting a full-fledged business plan for expansion into a new international market, to planning and executing the logistics of getting a product across oceans.
Survival of American companies is dependent on the ability to expand into new markets, and to do this they must be open to change and to learning the needs and wants of their international customers. I am dealing with administrative tasks very much related to my degree modules like accounting, HR and management and I keep on expanding my work portfolio.
Our program combines a balanced approach to teaching business featuring case studies, problem solving, modelling and incorporating a strong focus on marketing, finance and operations. Salford Business School has one of the most flexible suites of post-graduate taught programmes in the UK.
If you are an international student and your school qualifications are not accepted for direct entry to the University you may be eligible for admission to this degree programme through our International Foundation Programme. Emma chose the degree programme of International Business and thinks it gave her the best possibilities for an international career.
In the years you spend studying BSc International Business at Birmingham Business School, you will follow the core modules offered on the three-year BSc Business Management degree. The IB degree programme has a long tradition in joint projects with our partner universities in Germany (Hochschule Ludwigshafen) and the US (College of Charleston). Along with this module, you’ll also study four other classes from other departments within the Business School.