Students who have taken theStudentereksamenunder the old grading system would be considered on a case by case basis with an average between9.0and11.0normally required. Meeting specific eligibility criteria guarantees that if you are made an offer, it will be reduced by up to two grades. To learn more about the qualifications we typically accept, please select your country from the drop-down menu below.

I personally looking forward to mentoring you during your time at Exeter, to help you compete in today’s global marketplace. Strathclyde selects our students based on merit, potential and the ability to benefit from the education we offer. We consider the circumstances of your education and will make lower offers to certain applicants as a result. This module introduces learners to the field and practice of international business and management. In the first year, you’ll take a range of business subjects, including international business, to provide you with a foundation in business. This experience will really boost your career prospects; not only will you have an understanding of international business from another country’s perspective but it will give you the chance to become fluent in the language.

Applicants are usually selected solely on the basis of their UCAS application, but in exceptional cases, an interview may be required. If applicants are made an offer of a place, they will be invited to visit the department giving them the opportunity to meet staff and students, see facilities and get an insight into what it is like to be a student at Loughborough. The University’s admissions process uses contextual information to provide insights into the context in which your academic qualifications have been achieved. This course explores managing international business and global competition with an understanding of international financial instruments, markets and institutions.

The module looks at how digital marketing applications can be used by modern organisations. The module considers the fundamental technologies that support digital marketing along with the regulatory and societal challenges that must be taken into account, for example, privacy and data protection. The methods available to attract customers through digital marketing are covered making a distinction between paid methods, such as sponsored search, and non-paid methods, such as an organisation’s own social media assets. Issues around loyalty are considered especially in the context of falling search costs which enable customers to switch providers. This module introduces students to core concepts and theories about consumer behaviour, including individual and organisational perspectives. It is based around understanding the critical application of sociological, economic, socio-psychological and psychological concepts to and theories to consumption.

All our undergraduates have the opportunity to apply to take part in the unique Capgemini Community Challenge in your first or second year. This takes place over one week at Capgemini’s world-renowned client-solutions facilities, with students carrying out tangible solutions-based consultancy projects for actual third-sector clients. Participation will enhance your CV, professional development and work experience. It’s also an amazing opportunity to make a real difference to the charitable organisation you’re assigned to help. Applicants who hold the South African National Senior Certificate (or pre-2008 the Senior Certificate with matriculation) will be considered for entry onto our undergraduate degree programmes.

Professional training facilities, including our virtual trading floor, integrating real activity in financial markets into our students’ courses. I) To develop knowledge and understanding of the theoretical practical approaches to quantitative methods in finance. Covering the intellectually and commercially fertile ground at the accountancy/finance interface. Does corporate governance and ethics really matter – do share prices react to it? These are some of the questions we will address alongside using DataStream and the ThomsonReuters Eikon system. The aim of this course is to provide knowledge and understanding of the UK tax system and its administration.

This module includes two thematic parts which run in parallel across the semester. One part, Introduction to Tourism Studies, introduces tourism management as both, and as a global cultural phenomenon. Drawing on classical and recent debates in theory and practice including, but not limited to commercial concerns, learners will be equipped with an understanding of the foundational principles and developments of the subject. Our International Business degree will give you the opportunity to understand the international business environment. As a Management School student you’ll have access to the HigherEd Global Talent Portal where you’ll find internships, trainee positions, apprenticeships and graduate positions from companies around the world. It helps international students looking for placements back at home and local students that want to explore an international experience.

Students educated in the Philippine system require at least two years post-high school education at a recognised institution before entering a Bachelors degree programme at Birmingham. Holders of the Federal Maturity Certificate/ Maturitatszeugnis can be considered for entry to year 1 of our undergraduate degrees. STPM is considered equivalent to A-levels and is acceptable for admissions to the first year of an undergraduate programme. Grades equivalent to the A-level requirement should be achieved in three out of the five subjects studied. Where a programme requires a specific A’level subject grade please refer to the guidance below for Indian Standard XII equivalent. If you have taken exams which are from another country’s national education system (e.g. the Arbitur from Germany or SAT and AP exams from the USA) you should consult that specific country page on our website for entry requirements.