Develop your knowledge of contemporary issues in international business, including globalisation, intercultural awareness, sustainability and ethics.
In an increasingly interconnected world, studying business from an international perspective makes sense.
If you’re seeking a management career, whether that’s with a start-up microenterprise or a global multinational company, our BSc (Hons) International Business Management degree is for you. In today’s market, businesses need employees who understand globalisation, sustainability and intercultural communication. As a student at ARU London, you’ll learn more about these complex issues and their management through theory, real-world case studies, and market researched pedagogy.
Our taught modules cover all the major functional areas of business, from finance and marketing to human resources and information systems.
Building on this essential core knowledge, you’ll examine and develop an understanding of the cultural, ethical and interpersonal challenges in today’s multicultural global business environment. We’ll touch on SMEs and how they compete on a global level; ethics and social responsibility; and technology and how organisations use information to support global operations and deliver competitive advantage.
In your final year, the Undergraduate Major Project is an opportunity to use the skills and knowledge you’ve learnt to produce a piece of individual research work. In doing do, you’ll develop your professional expertise and career prospects.
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