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International Management BSc
UCAS code: N290
The International Management BSc degree course covers a range of modules including management disciplines and specialist fields including economics, sociology, accounting, finance, marketing, HRM and organisational behaviour. You will focus on emerging economies and how to operate within them. Your third year is spent in an international context, either studying abroad at a partner institution or undertaking a placement in an organisation in the UK or overseas. The international aspect is provided by King’s institutes and departments with a regional expertise through modules related to ‘emerging markets’, the political economy of East and South-East Asia, economic inequalities in emerging markets and others. Languages are studied with the King’s Language Centre and can include Arabic, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and more.
- Ranked 5th in the UK for Business & Management Studies (Complete University Guide 2022).
- Enjoy an exciting combination of business & global affairs, and explore international markets & economics.
- Choose between taking a placement year or studying abroad – gain valuable experience in your third year to enhance your career prospects when you graduate.
- The interdisciplinary course offers a broad and balanced approach to the study of management providing the opportunity to specialise in areas of particular interest.
- Located in the heart of London with excellent academic, social and cultural opportunities and wide-ranging access to library and archival resources nearby.
- The research-led curriculum encourages critical analysis and debate on a broad range of contemporary management issues.
- The Year Abroad allows you to develop international experience by studying at a partner institution overseas or working in a global context in an organisation in the UK or overseas.
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