Clearing is available for the following locations:
- Scotland / EU
- England, Northern Ireland and Wales
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In Year 1 students on all International Business Management degrees follow a common course which provides a strong grounding in the principles of modern business management. Year 2 introduces the more functional areas of business and management, including Marketing, HRM, and Operations Management. Year 3 is spent studying abroad. In Year 4 students choose from a range of specialist courses in the key functional areas of Business Management, including Marketing, HRM, and Business Law, which allows them to tailor their degree to meet their career needs and aspirations.
Course contentDetailed course guide
- Management in a Global Context
- Introductory Economics
- Introduction to Accounting
- Enterprise and its Business Environment
- Business Skills - Professional Development Track
- The Economy
- Introduction to Finance
- Fundamentals of Marketing
- Human Resource Management
- Commercial Law
- Intercultural Issues in Business and Management
- Operations Management
- Management Theories and Practice - Professional Development Track
- Option or elective
Optional courses available include Business Entities, Marketing Perspectives, Enterprise Concepts & Issues.
Students spend third year studying at one of our exchange partners in the USA, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Belgium, Poland, Sweden, Italy, or France.
All partners offer management courses in English and students follow a course similar to that of Level 3 of the MA (Hons) Business Management.
Placements are allocated on a competitive basis.
- International Business
- Global Trends and Ethics - Professional Development Track
Across Both Semesters
Optional courses available in the fourth year include Business Ethics; The Contemporary Workforce; Logistics; International Business Law; Diversity Management; Management Science; Digital Marketing; and Company Law.
Work and study
This is what our MA (Hons) International Business Management with Year Abroad students are doing six months after graduating:
- 80% are working
- 0% are studying
- 0% are working and studying.
- 76% of those working are in a professional/managerial position six months after graduating.
- The average salary of students six months after graduating: £24000
- The average UK salary of students six months after graduating from a similar course: £20000
These are the most common jobs students go into six months after graduating:
- Business, research and administrative professionals
- Managers, directors and senior officials
- Administrative occupations
- Sales occupations
- Information technology and telecommunications professionals
- Elementary occupations
- Highers AAAB (over two sittings)
- A-Levels BBB
- Int. Baccalaureate 29 points
- HNC B in a graded unit
- Advanced Highers BB in relevant subjects, plus AAAB at Higher.
- A-Levels ABB in relevant subjects.
- Int. Baccalaureate 34 points
- HNC HNC Business. A in graded unit.
- HND HND Business. BB in graded units.
- HND HND Business. AA in graded units.
- Intermediate 2 / National 5 / GCSE English and Mathematics are required for all Business Management courses.
- BTEC Relevant BTEC qualifications are accepted; please contact Admissions Tutor for further details.
|Status*||Scotland / EU**||England / Northern Ireland / Wales***||International|
|Fee||Paid by SAAS||£9,250||£14,640|
* Your residency 'status' is usually defined as the country where you have been ordinarily resident for the three years before the start of your course. Find out more about tuition fees.
** European Union countries (not including England, Northern Ireland or Wales).
*** 'Rest of the UK' (RUK) students entering at Level 1 receive a fee waiver of one year's tuition fee. Normally this will be the final year, or a year during which students study abroad (either at a partnership institution, or at one of Heriot-Watt's overseas campuses).
Scholarships and bursaries
Bursaries for students from England, Northern Ireland or Wales starting undergraduate degree courses in 2018
In addition to government maintenance loans and grants towards the costs of fees and living costs, we are offering generous financial support to attract and support eligible students from England, Northern Ireland or Wales:
View our full range of undergraduate scholarships.