The BSc IB gives you a broad understanding of business economics and strategy in a global context, and you learn how companies analyse and adjust to the problems and challenges that arise when an organisation is doing business internationally.
The BSc IB gives you the competences you need to work in companies or organisations, which are doing business in international markets.
In the BSc IB you are taught how global markets and economies work, and how companies handle the problems that arise when they operate in a foreign market. These challenges could, for example, be differences in legislation and regulations in international markets, differences in what foreign customers expect from certain products, or how to manage financial resources when you operate in more than one country.
GLOBE (Global Learning Opportunities in Business Education) is a double exchange programme and offers a combination of academic studies and international skills. Students who are accepted into GLOBE will be studying in Copenhagen and at two other partner universities in Hong Kong and North Carolina together with 18 participants from each university. By studying at three different universities, students learn about business and academic life in Europe, Asia and North America. Students are exposed to different cultural settings allowing them to further develop a global mindset.
The programme takes place during the second and third year. It begins at the fifth and sixth quarter of the BSc IB in Copenhagen, moves on to Hong Kong in the seventh and eighth quarter (spring semester) and on to North Carolina in the ninth and tenth quarter (fall semester). Visit www.cbs.dk/globe for more information.
You can apply for GLOBE after you have started the BSc IB programme. Please note that the number of places is limited and not all interested students will be accepted.
BSc in International Business
Solbjerg Pl. 3, 2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark
Copenhagen , Denmark