Australian National University
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The Bachelor of International Business will take your strengths and vision, and help you build the knowledge and capabilities to fulfil your aspirations. You'll learn how leaders negotiate, resolve conflict, and manage across cultures in a global business world. You'll get to understand in detail the business environment, and how management and marketing work, in Asia, Europe, the Middle East or Latin America. Finally, you'll complement this knowledge with world-class language training. When you enrol, you must select an Asian, European or Middle Eastern language/studies specialisation.
Asian languages (Chinese, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Sanskrit, Thai, Vietnamese), European languages (French, German, Italian, Spanish), Middle Eastern languages (Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Urdu), a Latin American language (Spanish), cultural studies and institutions, international business and management.
Business adviser, analyst and roles in international trade and development, public service (including international policy analysis and development), management, business consultancies.
Available as an additional year, subject to progress requirements.
The Australian Government pays part of the tuition fee for this course. The remaining balance is paid by the student. Information about ANU student contributions.
Co-curricular or service experience (Year 12 or IB applicants only): Applicants must demonstrate at least two of the following seven skills: community engagement, inclusion and awareness of diversity, communication, leadership, personal responsibility, teamwork, creative and critical thinking. Check if you meet the ANU co-curricular or service requirement.
Minimum selection rank: 80.00. Due to the competitive nature of our admissions process, we cannot guarantee entry to applicants who meet the minimum selection rank for their preferred program.
Assumed knowledge: ACT: Mathematical Methods (major). NSW: Mathematics Advanced.
Refer to the ANU general admission criteria.
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