BSc (Hons) International Business Management

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Introduction

Master the complexities of international business, and get the knowledge and skills you need to step into a management role.

Going Dutch: studying business in the Netherlands

"I wanted to challenge myself at university and learn new things. And, as an International Business Management student, it made sense to get some experience overseas – so that's what I did."

Giorgia
BSc (Hons) International Business Management

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You know that today’s business world is connected, fast-paced and innovative; that industry needs creative thinkers and new ideas. And you want to graduate with knowledge that’s fresh and relevant. Our International Business Management degree will ensure you do just that.

By choosing ARU you’ll be able to study in Cambridge – a truly international city – spend a semester abroad, and take a placement year in a company of your choice. It’s your chance to design your future.

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Facilities and accreditation

Brilliant facilities and teaching

At ARU you’ll be part of our School of Management:

  • study in one of the largest business schools in the East of England
  • benefit from award-winning facilities
  • apply for our Intern Programme
  • learn from qualified, expert staff
  • choose to study abroad for a semester (3- and 4-year courses only).

Career support that's second to none

Study at a university that’s known for its entrepreneurial spirit and:

  • attend business events, seminars and talks
  • make connections with local employers
  • take an optional placement year in industry
  • benefit from ongoing careers and employability support
  • get business support and mentoring through our start-up hub
  • pitch for start-up funding in our annual business competition.

Careers

An international business management degree can prepare you for careers in a range of industries around the world.

At ARU, we’ll help you on your way. In lectures and through team-based learning, you’ll gain the knowledge, skills and abilities to kick-start your business career. But we also work closely with employers in Cambridge to offer valuable work placements and business-related experience. It’s a great chance to build your networks and set yourself apart from the competition. 

You can choose to study International Business Management as a four-year degree, with a placement year. During your placement year you’ll really get to immerse yourself in the day-to-day operations of a business. Many students who’ve chosen this route have been offered graduate roles by their placement companies.

You might decide to stay at ARU and study for a Masters. There are plenty of options, including our MBA, MSc Marketing or MSc International Business and you can take advantage of our special Alumni Scholarship. Take advantage of our Alumni Scholarship and get 20% off your fees.

Kirran

“My time at ARU has improved my communication – making me the person I am today. Whatever I do, wherever I go, I have the dedicated, supportive, and brilliant staff in the Business School to thank.”

Kirran

BSc (Hons) International Business Management and ARU Intern

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Placement year available

You have the option to take a placement year as part of this course. It’s a great chance to get hands-on experience in the industry you want to work in.

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