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Global Business

BA (Hons)
Global Business

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3 YRS (FT)
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Why choose this course?

As millions of people connect and network the business world becomes more accessible, both at home and on a global stage.

Nowhere are the worlds of commerce and academia more at home than at North Wales Business School, and this degree brings the cutting edge elements of international industry and commerce together for anyone wanting to make their mark.

Global Business is designed to develop students’ knowledge and skills, tackling challenges and pursuing their ambitions via interactive and blended learning methods.

You will acquire business knowledge in areas of globalisation, economics, communications, analytics, finance, international law, international human resource management and customer service excellence.

Our students benefit from the University’s links to many arenas, having over 1,500 industrial partners worldwide. The lecturers who teach on this degree programme have previous experience of working with and for companies such as Unilever, Royal Bank of Scotland, Kraft, National Grid, Honeywell and the BBC, and their perspective on business is brought into the classroom.

We are passionate about excellence for all of our students and that is reflected in their grades. In the first semester of the 2015/16 academic year, more than 85% of North Wales Business School students achieved a 2:1 or above, which is higher than the national average and proves that our focus is not only on delivering cutting-edge and relevant degrees, but also supporting our students to gain the best possible results.


You can also choose to study this course as a foundation year BA (Hons) Global Business (4 years including foundation year) 


Come to the North Wales Business School subject day on June 2, 10am - 1pm, to gain an insight into our courses, meet our staff and learn about our industry links, employability and support.