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Course Details

Bachelor of Business (Honours) in International Business

Course code: BN411 Entry Route into programme:
  • Appropriate Bachelor of Business in International Business
Duration: 1 year
NFQ level: 8
Method of application: CAO
Schedule: Full time
Award title: Bachelor of Business (Honours)
Credits for Full Award: 60 @ NFQ Level 8
Awarding Body: ITB  

Minimum Entry Requirements

Holders of an appropriate Ordinary Bachelor Degree in Business in International Business should apply to CAO in the year for which admission is sought.

Entry is subject to normal entry requirements.

A1 = 20 points A2 = 15 points
B1 = 10 points B2 = 5 points

Course Content

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Year 4
Semester 7
  • International Selling & Sales
  • Cross Cultural Management
  • Group Elective 1:
    French for Business 4a or German for Business 4a or Spanish for Business 4a
  • Group Elective 2: French Language, Culture & Society 4a or German Language, Culture & Society 4a or Spanish Language, Culture & Society 4a
  • Group Elective 3: Project Management or Strategic Human Resource Management or Business Research Methods or Digital & Contemporary Marketing Practice or Business Ethics or Financial Information Analysis

Students who have chosen a language elective (French, German, Spanish) must take one module from Group Elective 1 and one module from Group Elective 2. Students on the English language speaking stream must choose two modules from Group Elective 3.

Semester 8
  • Global Marketing
  • Business Strategy
  • Group Elective 1 : French for Business 4b or German for Business 4b or Spanish for Business 4b
  • Group Elective 2: French Language, Culture & Society 4b or German Language, Culture & Society 4b or Spanish Language, Culture & Society 4b
  • Group Elective 3: Business Intelligence or Business Project or Strategic Management of Information Systems or Supply Chain Management or Service Marketing Management or Corporate Social Responsibility

Students who have chosen a language elective (French, German, Spanish) must take one module from Group Elective 1 and two modules from Group Elective 2. Students on the English language speaking stream must choose three modules from Group Elective 2.

 

Note : The choice of electives are dependent upon learner demand and resource availability and may vary from year to year.

 

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What our students say...

" I chose this course because I could continue with the second language I started studying in secondary school. Languages are a big component of the International Business course, for example, I am studying French so I got the chance to leatn the culture, traditions and even understand the worldwide business context. You get the chance to travel during the programme. I went to Canada for one semester, which was the most fantastic experience I have ever had. I got the opportunity to meet many people from around the world, experience different cultures and visit different cities in Canada."                      
Victoria Nestor                  
International Business

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