Prospective Career of the Graduate
A wide range of career opportunities in different industries is introduced in which students will be prepared throughout the four years of study. The integrated curriculum is designed and developed to support students in building on their knowledge and practical skills as well as engaging with industry. Options of career opportunities upon graduating from International Business are:
- International brand manager
- Assistant export manager or import management
- Management trainee in MNCs
- Assistant international marketing development
- Assistant HR in MNCs
- Assistant financial manager in MNCs
- Trade development officer
- International account executive
- Supply chain management officer
- International purchasing officer
- International business analyst
- Education abroad counselor
- Foreign sales representatives
- International program coordinator
The International Business program provides an internship program for each student wherein the student may face the real challenges in industrial contexts. The program develops the students’ ability to be involved in professional practices, and ethical and organizational responsibilities. Furthermore, the industrial internship program provides students with real experience in the workplace and teaches them how to cope with the work environment. In addition, a series of study/field trips to visiting professionals and industries will be conducted to give good grounds for having a broad overview of the industry. These experiences support individual career aspirations and may provide social and professional networks.
BINUS BUSINESS SCHOOL also provides career support for students by disseminating information on the latest job vacancies, internships, and workshops. This support service can be accessed from www.binuscareer.com.
- Sarjana Ekonomi from BINUS UNIVERSITY
- Dual Degree with Bachelor of Arts (BA) from Cologne Business School, Germany
- Dual degree with Bachelor of Arts (B.A.Hons.) from Bournemouth University, United Kingdom
- Dual Degree with Bachelor of Business Administration (B.BA) from International College of Ningbo University, China
- Dual degree with Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) from University of New South Wales, Australia
- Dual degree with Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) from Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand
- Master track degree; Sarjana Ekonomi from BINUS UNIVERSITY and Master of Science in Management from IESEG School of Management, France
Major and Streaming
Study Completion Requirements
To complete a major in International Business with either a single or dual degree (DD), students must complete a minimum of 146 SCUs. Available streaming courses are available in this program, namely: Business in China (DD with Ningbo University), Business in ASEAN (single degree), European Management and International Trade (DD with Cologne Business School), Business and Management (DD with Bournemouth University), Commerce, (DD with UNSW or VUW).
|Commerce||√||S.E. & B.Com.||The University of New South Wales, Australia|
|Business and Management||√||S.E. & B.A. (Hons.)||Bournemouth University, UK|
|International Business and Marketing Management||√||S.E. & B.Com.||Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand|
|International Trade or
|√||S.E. & B.A.||Cologne Business School|
|Business in China||√||S.E. & B.BA.||International College, Ningbo University|
|Business in ASEAN||√||S.E.||· Study abroad partner of International Business program
· Student exchange partner of BINUS UNIVERSITY
Overseas study is mandatory for international business students in order to complete the program. Students may choose any of the following options:
|3 + 1
|Students will study for six semesters in BINUS and one (1) semester off campus. Students are required to undergo either an overseas exchange program or study abroad program for one semester, AND a choice of two tracks, namely Enrichment Internship Track or Enrichment Entrepreneurship Track.
Students will graduate with one degree – Sarjana Ekonomi – from BINUS UNIVERSITY.
|· Semester 1 – 5: Study in BINUS
· Semester 6 – 7: Off Campus
· Semester 8: Thesis in BINUS
|Double degree||Students will study for maximum six semesters at BINUS and at least two semesters overseas at a partner university of BINUS International.
Students will graduate with a double degree – Sarjana Ekonomi – from BINUS UNIVERSITY and a Bachelor degree from partner universities.
|· Cologne Business School, Germany
· International College of Ningbo University, China
· Bournemouth University, UK
· University of New South Wales, Australia
· Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
(it’s not a part of streaming in IB program)
|Upon completing their study at BINUS, students have an opportunity to directly study for a Master program for two semesters overseas at a partner university of BINUS International.||· IESEG School of Management, France|
Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Strategy
The teaching and learning processes are conducted through lectures, tutorials, practical demonstrations and activities, completed with students’ independent study. It is the responsibility of the lecturer of a particular course to facilitate all students’ learning on the course, who can be assisted by a mentor, if necessary. By having qualified lecturers and guest lecturers from professional industries, the students will be able to gain knowledge from both sides, i.e. theoretical and practical frameworks, through in-depth analysis of case studies, and individual/groupwork projects. For doing their research activities, students can access magazines, books, academic journal in a good quality library – including accessing the online library to get updated academic papers. All course-work is assessed through a variety of assessment tasks such as reports, presentations, assignments, individual and group projects, and thesis/final project report as well as mid-semester and final semester examinations.
A series of extra-curricular activities are compulsory in the International Business program. These activities will allow students to develop their social awareness, competitive and soft skills needed to be prepared for the work environment.
In addition, the innovation habits will be developed through course assessments that emphasize innovation and entrepreneurial skills. Project Hatchery and Design Driven Entrepreneurship are courses that reflect such competence designed by the Center of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in BINUS BUSINESS SCHOOL International Undergraduate Program. Students are required to translate their selected innovative ideas into a visible design to comprehend the end-to-end innovation process. This innovation thinking approach is implemented in the teaching, learning, and assessment process of several courses throughout the program.
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