BSc International Management (China)
Programme Code: N290 Duration: 3 years
2015 Entry Requirements
- A Levels: AAB
- GCSE Maths B
- IB: 35 (6/6/5)
- BTEC: DDM
- Access to HE: Minimum of 30 Level 3 Credits at Distinction
- Scottish Highers: AAABB
- Scottish Advanced Highers: AAB
- Irish LC: 340 points from 5 Higher level subjects at grade C1 or above
- Advanced Placement: 4 4 5 (Two semesters - UCAS Group A) plus US HSGD with GPA 3.0
- Euro Bacc: 80%
- French Bacc: 14/20
- German Abitur: 2.0
- Italy DES: 80/100
- Austria Mat: 2.0
- Polish Mat: Overall 75% including 3 extended level subjects
Subjects Preferred: Applicants without A-level Maths (or equivalent) must have a minimum of Grade B in GCSE Maths
Start of programme: September
Mode of Attendance: Full Time
The BSc International Management (China) provides students with a strong grounding in international management and specialist knowledge of business and management in China. Students take courses in accounting, finance, managerial economics, marketing, corporate governance, research methods and international business strategy, together with specialist courses that draw on SOAS’s knowledge of management and finance in China and its economic, historical and cultural context.
The programme aims to provide students with a conceptual understanding of core principles of international management and finance, together with the ability to apply this knowledge to real issues facing business and other organisations that operate in China or that deal with the Chinese economy. Students have the opportunity to take approved courses from other SOAS departments, such as Law, Politics, Economics, History and Chinese, providing a rich inter-disciplinary learning environment.
Graduates will have a firm grasp of international management disciplines that should place them in a good position to pursue a career in business, banking, consulting, media and other industries, especially in companies or organisations that operate in, or do business with China. Students who attain a first or upper second will be well-placed to embark on postgraduate study.
Phone: 020 7898 4487
Degree programmes at SOAS - including this one - can include language courses in more than forty African and Asian languages. It is SOAS students’ command of an African or Asian language which sets SOAS apart from other universities.
This is a 3 year programme. You will spend 3 years studying on campus, taking modules to the value of 4 units in each year. In your final year you will complete an Independent Study Project or Dissertation on an agreed topic in International Management.
When selecting optional units, it should be noted that the number of half units taken in Term 1 will need to be equal to the number of half units taken in Term 2, for each year of study.
- Management in China: domestic and international developments - 151030003 (1 Unit) - Full Year
- Introduction to accounting - 151030001 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1
- Understanding company accounts and reports - 151030002 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2
- Principles and management of marketing - 151030004 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1
- Quantitative and analytical techniques for managers - 151030005 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2
- Chinese 103: History and Culture of China - 155901001 (1 Unit) - Full Year
- Corporate finance and financial accounting - 151030006 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2
- Managerial accounting - 151030007 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1
- International business strategy - 151030008 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2
- Managerial economics - 151030009 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1
- International marketing 1: the environment - 151030010 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1
- Qualitative and case study research - 151030011 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2
Choose one of the following four options
an approved course in the Law Department (1 unit) OR an approved open option course to the value of 1 unit OR
- Government and politics of China - 153400071 (1 Unit) - Full Year
- Taiwan's political and economic development - 153400072 (1 Unit) - Full Year
- Financial strategy - 151030012 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1
- Finance in China - 151030013 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2
- Contemporary issues in the Chinese economy - 151030014 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1
- International marketing 2: global markets - 151030015 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2
- Independent study project in international management - 151030016 (1 Unit) - Full Year
Choose one of the following three options
- International human resource management - 151030018 (0.5 Unit) - Term 1
- Corporate governance - 151030017 (0.5 Unit) - Term 2
An approved Law Course (1 Unit)
An approved floater course(s) to the value of 1 unit.
Teaching & Learning
DeFiMS maintains close links with employers in the United Kingdom, its focus regions including China, and elsewhere. We expect that many of our graduates will move into banking, consulting, media, and other industries.
How to apply
How to apply
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Application Deadline: 2014-04-24 00:00
A Student's Perspective
Bauhinia Chi Har Lam
SOAS is the best place to study the rising economy of China. The Library has an extensive range of books and journals to keep you informed about China’s past, present and future business environment.