Regent's University London

International Business (German) BA (Hons)

Regent's University London
In London

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location London
Duration 4 Years
Start September 2020
  • Bachelor's degree
  • London
  • Duration:
    4 Years
  • Start:
    September 2020

Internationalism, innovation, creativity, leadership, and employability are the key themes of this programme. You will develop a broad base of core business, management, intercultural and language skills which will equip you as a leader, strategist and decision-maker of the future. Language and intercultural intelligence are a very important features of the degree. You will study a foreign language and spend two terms at one of our many partner institutions around the world. In addition, significant periods of work experience during your studies will challenge you to test your learning in a variety of real-world business and cultural settings.   Register for an Open Day Why should I choose this programme? If you want a fully-fledged International Business degree, but want to stand out from the crowd, then this programme will give you an international and cross-cultural view of the business world, enabling you to work in multi-disciplinary, multicultural teams and lead people in a complex and changing environment. Additionally, strengthening your linguistic skills will allow you to conduct business in different parts of the world with ease. Businesses today require a workforce equipped to meet strategic and operational demands in an increasingly global environment. Our offering offers a blend of contemporary, industry-informed modules, business-informed languages tutoring, supported internship opportunities, and crucial study abroad opportunities. We produce graduates with the skills that employers need and demand.  Key skills, aims and objectives By the end of the BA (Hons) International Business you will have gained:
• An international perspective on business and management

• An in-depth understanding of the international integration of culture, politics and economics of different societies

• The commercial acumen, linguistic and...

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Inner Circle, Regent's Park, NW1 4NS


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· What are the objectives of this course?

Study methods A wide range of curriculum delivery methods are used on the programme including; lectures, seminars, role plays, case studies, external guest speakers, e-learning via VLE, field trips, leadership experiences at another specialist location, seen and unseen examinations, presentations, written assignments, portfolio building, group work, simulations, peer assessments and workshops. Considerable emphasis is placed on self-directed personal development through assessments and module curricula. As you progress through the levels of the programme, the emphasis shifts from learning to analysis and critical appraisal of the subject matter, reflecting your academic and personal development. We emphasise the practical application of academic learning. You will explore real-world case studies, visit different organisations and hear from regular guest lecturers, offering new perspectives from industry and academia.  ...

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What you'll learn on the course

Business German
Business and Management
International Business
International Business
Business German

Course programme


This is a four-year, full time programme, including 1 year study period abroad.

Additional information

The design of the programme enables you to develop a full knowledge and understanding of business and management, to acquire the relevant language and cultural skills, to choose subject areas of interest from a wide range of options, to take advantage of studying and working in more than one ‘foreign’ country and to experience the real world through work placements.

Language study

You will be able to choose one core target language from Mandarin Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Spanish. Languages are taught with a marked focus on professional communication skills, which prepares you to succeed in your SPA and beyond.

You can either study a language as complete beginner or choose a language that you already speak and be accepted up to an intermediate level of competence in the language. You must not have an A-level equivalent award issued by the country of the target language (e.g. a student cannot take French if they have a French Baccalauréat). The level will be ascertained in a diagnostic test on enrolment.

You can also choose to study a second foreign language as an elective.

Study Period Abroad (SPA)

You will study abroad in Term 5 and 6*, spending time in one (or two) countries to gain life-changing international experience. Your target language choice will determine which partner institution/s is/are available for you. You may replace one of your SPA terms in an English speaking country, e.g. USA or Australia, subject to the competency of target language and the approval of SPA Academic Advisor. At least one of your SPA terms must be in the target language of your degree.

We have partnerships with over a hundred around the world. This provides students with the opportunity to strengthen intercultural understanding, gain exposure to a more varied selection of academic modes, as well as significantly driving up their language skills. The University’s International Partnerships Office will support you before, during and after your SPA.

Fees for the Study Period Abroad Year is 50% of annual tuition fee. See the admissions tab for further details on fees and scholarships

Placement Learning Project (PLP)

This is an optional replacement for the second SPA in Term 6. The Placement Learning Project is a 4 to 5 month (16 week minimum) module which aims to formally and academically utilise the student’s theoretical business knowledge in a real-life industry environment. The module is formed of these three elements:

• a 16 week placement in an internship setting

• a formal and concurrent structure of academic submissions

• a supervisory tutor/student relationship

Work Placements/Internships

Work placements are an integral part of the programme and you are required to undertake two 8-week blocks of work placements before the final year of study, in order to gain valuable industry experience, and also to provide a source of reflection and investigation for your final-year capstone module – Applied Business Project.

The work placements provide practical enrichment of your learning, allowing you to test your knowledge in a variety of real-world business and cultural settings. Such experience is highly valued by potential employers and will significantly enhance your career prospects and employability after graduation.

The University’s Careers & Business Relations team will support you throughout your placement.

You may eligible to replace your second SPA in Term 6 with a Placement Learning Project (PLP). The PLP requires the student to undertake a 16-week Internship and conduct and academic analysis/investigation of certain aspects of the placement and our role. Various academic submissions are demanded, culminating in the submission of a major report.


All modules are subject to approval.

Year 1

Term 1 & 2 (year-long module)

  • Analytical Tools and Techniques for Business
  • Accounting and Finance
  • People and Organisation

Term 1

  • Language module
  • Academic Environment
  • Global Perspectives

Term 2

  • Language module
  • Business Economics
  • Regent’s module elective

The Regent’s module elective (RME) is a free choice for you to pick an area from anywhere on the campus subject to availability to broaden your perspective and enjoy your studies.

Year 2

Term 3 & 4

  • Sustainability
  • Marketing Principles
  • International Business

Term 3

  • Language module
  • Introduction to Business Law
  • Regent’s module elective

Term 4

  • Language module
  • Option module**
  • Regent’s module elective

Option modules are related to business and management subject areas. You can choose the option module based on your subject area of interest.

Year 3

Term 5

  • Study Period Abroad

Term 6

  • Study Period Abroad/Placement Learning Project1

Year 4

Term 7 & 8

  • Strategic Management in Theory and Practice
  • Applied Business Project
  • Option module

Term 7

  • Language module
  • Planning a New Venture
  • Leading with Intercultural Intelligence

Term 8

  • Language module
  • Option module

Module descriptions will be available shortly.