Find out about how we'll be delivering our courses in 2020.
Develop your language skills and gain the expertise to succeed in a fast-moving global economy, with our BSc Business and Management with a Modern Language degree.
This flexible course, taught by experts from Henley Business School, provides you with a thorough understanding of the theory and practice of business management in an international context.As you develop your business acumen, you will explore a foreign language of your choice. You can start as a beginner in whatever language you choose – the appropriate level of learning and support will be provided. If you’re at an intermediate level, your learning will be tailored to your level of understanding.
Explore international business
You’ll study a variety of topics related to international business, including:
- firms in the global economy
- international corporate strategy
- comparative international management
- cross-cultural marketing
- international human resource management.
You will also study the core disciplines that underpin business – including economics, psychology and sociology – and examine concepts such as:
- organisational behaviour
- data analytics
Your language options
In each year of study, you will take one 20-credit module in your chosen language and one 20-credit culture module. In your second and final years, you can tailor your studies to suit your interests and deepen your understanding of your chosen language.
The second year of study offers a short, guided project focusing on social responsibility in action. This will involve working in a foreign language-rich environment in the UK, or at one of our partner institutions across the world.
In your third year, you will have the option to undertake a placement or study abroad. Placements are also available in a language-rich environment in the UK, which is a setting where your chosen language is largely spoken. This option offers flexibility if you do not wish to go abroad but still wish to practice your chosen language(s) in a work environment. Wherever you choose to undertake this project, it will enhance your learning and open you up to new experiences.
Your learning environment
You’ll learn through a combination of lectures, seminars, practical workshops, and self-guided study. This will provide the opportunity to discuss subject materials in an in-depth way with your lecturers and fellow students.
Throughout your studies, you will:
- explore the interdisciplinary nature of business
- apply the skills and knowledge you learn to current business problems
- study the emerging challenges facing global markets.
Choose BSc Business and Management with a Modern Language at Henley Business School
- Ranked 6th for graduate prospects in Business, Management & Marketing in the Guardian University Guide, 2020.
- Triple-accredited status from the UK, European and US accrediting bodies (AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB).
Flexible study options
After the first year of your BSc Business and Management with a Modern Language degree, you will have the option to transfer to any of our other specialist pathways:
- BSc Business and Management (Accounting)
- BSc Business and Management (Entrepreneurship)
- BSc Business and Management (Data Analytics and Digital Business)
- BSc Business and Management (Marketing)
- BSc International Business and Management
Alternatively, you could transfer onto the more general BSc Business and Management where you’ll be offered a wide range of options in your second and final years – allowing you to tailor your learning to your individual interests.
All of our degrees are available as four-year options, with either a Placement Year or Study Year Abroad in the third year.
A focus on employability with BSc International Business and Management with a Modern Language
We are passionate about developing your personal skills alongside your business acumen.
Our focus on self-development aims to prepare you for the external market – from internships and placements to full-time employment. The skills required to secure, and succeed, in future roles are embedded into the curriculum.