BA (Hons) International Management Studies with European Languages and Society

Open up a world of opportunities with a unique course that combines languages, international management and marketing. Where will your Stirling degree lead you?

International Management Studies with European Languages and Society

Key facts

  • Award BA (Hons)
  • Start date September 2022
  • Duration 48 months (full-time). Please note that undertaking a British Council Language Assistantship adds a year to this degree.
  • Mode of study Part-time, Full-time, Campus based
  • UCAS Code N2R9
  • Study abroad opportunities

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Multilingual graduates with a firm grasp of business and marketing are highly sought-after in the global job market. Bringing together these valuable skills, our course in International Management Studies with European Languages and Society is perfect preparation for a range of exciting career opportunities.

The course combines key aspects of Business, Management and/or Marketing with the opportunity to study Spanish and/or French. Alongside your language studies, you’ll learn about the economic, political, social and cultural environment in which international business is conducted. You’ll also have the freedom to learn an additional language, or take modules in Law, Politics, Accountancy or Economics – tailoring the specifics of your course to match your own personal ambitions.

As a student, you’ll benefit from the University of Stirling’s combined excellence in teaching both modern languages and Business, Management and Marketing. Everything you learn will be put into practice thanks to extensive opportunities to study and work in Latin America, Spain, France or another French-speaking country. This time abroad gives you a chance to experience just how valuable your new language and business skills truly are, even before you graduate.

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