International Business is a four-year Bachelor degree study programme, which focuses on a wide range of subjects that are related to doing business internationally such as marketing, management, finances, economics, law and foreign languages. Examples are International Business, Business in the European Union, Contemporary Issues in International Business, EU Economic and Funding Policies, International Management and International Business Law. Exchange opportunities with our European Business Schools are through the Erasmus programme.
Hymer and Dunning are considered founding fathers of international business as a specialist field of study. Topics include consumer demand; elasticity; supply and costs of production; the allocation of economic resources; international trade; and the role of government in promoting economic welfare.
The International Business Entrance Exam 2017 Essay and Multiple Choice Questions are based on the pre-reading material. All degree programmes of ESB Business School pass through this rigorous internal quality assurance system and in this way achieve accreditation.
Topics include simple and compound interest, the time-value of capital, annuities, amortization, sinking funds, bond and investment, business problem-solving and decision making. During this first week you will receive an introduction on doing business in international markets.
Study real business cases involving business ethics, cultural sensitivity, market diversity, project planning, decision making and strategic management. In this course, students analyze what it means to be a global leader in the 21st century and identify the skills necessary to be successful in an increasingly global business climate.