BA(Hons) International Business: University of East London

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Degree 
BA(Hons)
Address
BA(Hons) International Business: University of East London, UEL Royal Docks Business School, University of East London, Docklands Campus, 4-6 University Way, London E16 2RD, London, United Kingdom
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Subject
Business and Ebusiness
Course Language(s) 
English
Course Beginning 
September
Duration 
3 years full time or 4-5 years part time
Telephone 
+44 (0)208 223 3333
E-mail 

stu...@uel.ac.uk

Website 
http://www.uel.ac.uk/business



About the programme

This programme focuses on the way in which businesses operate across borders. It explores the complex and dynamic interplay between organisations and business systems and considers issues such as producing, promoting and distributing goods and services and the impact of culture/ethnicity on strategy. It provides a solid foundation for anyone considering a career in business or further studies within the business area.

Career opportunities

These could include setting up or running a business and/or working with multi-national companies in banking, finance or retail and government or civil service. You may also opt to move on to an MBA or Masters degree. Some of our students go on to take professional qualifications in their chosen field.

Admission requirments

  • 200 UCAS tariff points or equivalent
  • Pass in a recognised Access Course or International Foundation Programme
  • In addition to the above, they require GCSE Maths grade C and English grade C or equivalents, unless competency is part of the qualification gained.
  • They also welcome mature student applicants and those with relevant professional and vocational qualifications, and these will be dealt with on an individual basis and may require an interview.
  • In the case of applicants whose first language is not English, then IELTS 5.5 (or equivalent) is required.

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