BSc International Management

Increase your international experience with a year overseas, embrace different perspectives and challenge traditional ways of thinking

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Our four year course is designed to equip you with a broad knowledge of business and management and the knowledge and employability skills for a successful career in global business. Your third year will be spent abroad, in either a partner institution and/or working on an approved work placement. This boosts your academic, personal and professional development, and enables you to build your global network.

We have partnered with over 50 institutions in over 20 countries around the world. Current partnerships are offered in Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Japan, North America, Russia, Singapore, South Korea and various countries across Europe. In your fourth year you will return to WBS to complete your studies, confident and empowered by your overseas experience.

For students enrolling in September 2022, we have decided to merge our BSc International Business (with Languages) course with BSc International Management. The development of our course pathways for BSc International Management will enable you to specialise in different business disciplines, and further enhance your experience throughout the course.

Course pathways

Developed by our world-class academics, our course pathways enable you to focus your studies around a particular subject. Each pathway has been developed to build your knowledge within that subject area and upon graduation, the pathway you have achieved will be added to your transcript adding real value to your CV when starting your career.

We offer pathways covering the following subjects:

  • Digital Business
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Marketing

Find out more about our course pathways.


If you study specific accountancy or finance modules as part of your degree, you may be eligible for exemptions from a number of professional accounting exams. The regulations change, but many accountancy bodies have previously recognised our course.

See the full list of exemptions.

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