Explore what it means to be a leader in international business Explore what it means to be a leader in international business

Academic Lead - Dr Arvind Yadav

Want to be a future leader in the global business environment? Students hoping to do this will need a sound international perspective on business and management and this module will show students how they can take advantage of various opportunities and tackle any challenges that they may face.

The module will guide students on the cultural knowledge and global vision needed to operate in an international context, teaching you about the international flow of goods and services, the rise of multinational corporations, opportunities for international entrepreneurs, and the implications and lessons for business success in the rapidly changing and exciting world of international business.

This module will also teach you to recap on the essentials of business, how to question conventional wisdom, to think creatively and to take practical action. Topics will include examining the roles of managers and the implications of an international business world.

By the end of this module students will have learnt:

  • To examine the essentials of business success.
  • To question conventional wisdom.
  • To think creatively and to take practical action.

Field Trips

Academic field trips are likely to include visiting a nationally-recognised company, hearing first-hand about their business strategy and touring their premises, and an intensive business challenge around London.

Prerequisites

This module will be ideal if you are currently studying a Business-related course and wish to advance your knowledge in an international context. However, no prior knowledge is needed to study this module.

School Profile

Studying with the Norwich Business School means joining some of the most satisfied students in the UK and benefitting from our exceptionally high employment rates for graduates. In the 2013 National Student Survey we ranked joint first in the areas of teaching, assessment and feedback in Business Studies out of all English mainstream universities. UEA is ranked in the UK top 2 for student experience (National Student Survey 2015) and is consistently rated amongst the very best UK universities for student satisfaction. For more information, please visit the Norwich Business School webpages. 

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