You will study how to make money in foreign exchange markets; arbitrage and speculation. You will study how to use Options, SWAP, Futures, and other derivatives in the currency markets. You will also learn the techniques of “International Capital Budgeting” in detail. Since the course is Asian Pacific oriented, you will study a few Japanese cases by Professor Misawa.

  • A short walk from campus is The Hive Enterprise Centre – a dedicated business hub that hosts networking events and provides finance and marketing support to start ups and growing businesses.
  • You will consolidate your previous studies, while having the chance to develop the higher-level skills needed for international business.
  • Although the writing of your dissertation will take place between June and August, you’ll begin your dissertation module with a sequence of dissertation training lectures and workshops in spring.
  • Equality is promoted by treating everyone with equal dignity and worth, and raising aspirations and supporting achievement for those students with diverse requirements and backgrounds.
  • You will know specifically what areas to focus on with your academic adviser to develop you for your future career.

The module also aims to develop a number of transferable skills of students, e.g. communication skills, numeracy, research, analytical and problem-solving skills. This Economics, Finance and International Business course is designed to give you a broad but in-depth understanding of business theory and know-how, so you can go on to build an exciting career in a range of business or finance roles. If you do not meet the entry requirements for this degree, or if you would like more preparation before you start, you can take aninternational foundation course. Once you enrol, you will have a guaranteed pathway to this degree if you pass your foundation course with the required grades.

Study modules

The online application service allows you to complete your application information, attach electronic copies of your academic transcripts, certificates and other supporting information. It also provides a facility for an email request to be sent to your referees. This enables the referees to send your supporting references directly to us.


Graduation skills in Critical Thinking , Quantitative Reasoning , Speaking , and Writing are embedded throughout the offered courses and are met by completing the international business major. Contact the International Business Coordinator for details on language equivalents or other configurations, including transfer equivalencies. In this course you’ll learn how to measure and manage various risks such as transaction, operating, and accounting exposures.