The mission of the program is to prepare our students to the demanding and continuously changing market conditions so that they can be important players in this environment. Since modern enterprises - governmental, non-profit, and business – operate in a global environment, success is difficult for those who are unaware of events and cultures outside their own. The program’s goal is to equip students with the ability to work comfortably in more than one corner of the global marketplace. The program requires the completion of 120 credits.
- Understand international business with an emphasis on cultural diversity, adaptation and maintenance integrity
- Acquire knowledge on the impact of international economic, social, and political relationships of corporations
- Develop critical and strategic thinking, improve analytic skills and techniques and enhance effective decision-making for future business leaders
- Be able to formulate international business strategies
- Understand the workforce in multinational companies
- Understand the area of international trade, commercial policies, and improve international competitiveness
- Obtain knowledge on the complex and interactive nature of participants, functions and business flows of international logistics and supply chain management
- Demonstrate ability in teamwork, collaboration and leadership
- Understand social and legal issues both within local and global environments
- Acquire proficiency in English and utilize effective communication skills, especially in Business English which is globally accepted
- Gain IT skills which are conducive for research using various resources and databases
- Put knowledge acquired into practical experience through on-site internship(s) before graduation
- Gain ethical consciousness and behaviour required by the international business management discipline
On successful completion of the International Business Management programme and gain competencies, a student will be awarded the Bachelor of Science in International Business Management (240 ECTS).
Faculty of Business and Economics appreciates modern concepts and new methods in education and teaching methods that support educational objectives in addition to traditional methods. Traditional class attendance is compulsory for all courses in the faculty of Business and Economics. A variety of other educational methods are also used depending on the course and instructor. All kinds of practical exercises including the IT based activities are used to support the understanding of theory and to improve practical skills. Using different educational methods is also aiming to increase the interest of students. Traditional class work is an essential way in order to give basic theory (knowledge) on each topic. Therefore at least 75% of class attendance is expected for all of the courses.
An undergraduate student is entitled to graduate if s/he satisfactorily completes all required courses, laboratory studies, reports and practical assignments, attains a sum of credit-hours amounting to at least the minimum required for graduation, has a CGPA of 2.00 or above and is financially of good standing.
Now that the world is a global village, the main need of the market is those people who have the vision, understanding and information of how to survive and excel in this so called “village”. As the International Business Management Department, this is our mission to prepare our students to the demanding and continuously changing market conditions so that they can be important players in this environment. Since modern enterprises - governmental, nonprofit, business - operate in a global environment, success is difficult for those who are unaware of events and cultures outside their own. The program`s goal is to equip students with the ability to work comfortably in more than one corner of the global marketplace.