The International Business concentration in the Jack C. Massey College of Business delivers what businesses, government and non-profits are looking for — sound international business principles, practical background in a functional area, language proficiency and study abroad experience. You’ll take courses in logistics and production management, commercial law, policy analysis, new enterprise development, and international business. The International Business Major prepares students for positions as managers and entrepreneurs in the global economy.
Your day-to-day work will be varied and exciting – everything from drafting a full-fledged business plan for expansion into a new international market, to planning and executing the logistics of getting a product across oceans. The overall aim is to obtain a holistic as well as nuanced global perspective related to international entrepreneurship.
In an effort to prepare students for the professional marketplace, the Business Administration Division has adopted a laptop computer and software requirement for incoming students. This minor fulfills half of the 24 elective credits in your BComm and complements your major field of study.
Marketing for Business equips you with an appreciation of marketing as one of the central functions of any business and at the heart of any organisation’s activities. MATH128 prepares students for MATH119, which is a required course for most School of Business Diploma programs.
Legal policies: domestic and international laws play a big role in determining how a company can operate overseas. Honours students have access to the Business School’s Undergraduate Resource Centre at 16 Buccleuch Place. The scholarship was open to non-EU/EEA students who applied to a Master’s degree programme at Lund University starting in autumn 2017.