It also enhances your awareness of international business and trade issues in the Spanish-speaking world, and how it fits into the global economy today. Students will learn about new cultures in both the developed and emerging world and how to adapt marketing strategies accordingly for business success.
We do not accept General Studies as one of these three subjects.A levels or the International Baccalaureate Diploma We accept these qualifications whether you have studied them in the UK or abroad. In tutorials the emphasis is placed on the acquisition of vocabulary and a firm grasp of Spanish grammatical structures. Learn a third language for greater opportunities. If you are not taking it as part of your entry qualification, we can accept a relevant B2 level language qualification, such as DELE. The course also allows you to study financial and management concepts, as well as people and resource management. You might demonstrate that you have an active interest in understanding people, work and organisations in a global setting, as well as developing your chosen language. Software Design Software Design offers the opportunity to gain an understanding of the importance of software architecture design, different styles of architecture and the meaning of quality attributes for software design such as maintainability, performance and scalability. The generation of elegant, scalable and extensible software is expected from the course. To find out the classification equivalent of points, please visit the common reporting scale webpage. Global Supply Chain Management 30 credits - Optional This module introduces students to the theories and techniques relevant to the management of global demand and global supply within the parameters of corporate and business unit strategies. Foundations in Global Studies This module introduces principle themes and concepts in Global Studies and the various disciplinary perspectives useful for examining global processes, relationships and experiences. We offer Spanish for both advanced students and beginners.
An exciting range of opportunities beyond your formal studies to engage with local schools and communities in promoting language learning and develop your own skills and profile. This module requires a level of self-discipline to recognise and build programs that not only function to a high degree but incorporate non-functional properties.
International Baccalaureate Diploma Typical offer 36 points 36 points overall and 6, 6, 5 in three Higher Level subjects including 6 in Spanish.
Furthermore, the module develops a critical appreciation of the theory and practice of organisation design to achieve effectiveness. Business Spanish Spoken 30 credits - Compulsory The module aims to enable students with little or no previous knowledge of the subject to acquire basic Spanish language skills writing system, pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary and usage of Spanish concerned with developing the two skills of speaking and listening within a business context.
It examines different forms of innovative and entrepreneurial practice including commercial and social enterprise.We also accept International Foundation Years offered by other UK colleges and universities on a case-by-case basis. It aims to provide you with a basic theoretical framework that allows them to understand the relationship between language and power as reflected in current language policies at regional, national, and supranational levels. To further increase your career options you can take a final year module that develops translation and interpreting skills. Professional Contexts for Modern Languages This module seeks to support you to apply your linguistic and cultural understanding in a specific professional context. The module aims to enhance your proficiency in understanding spoken Spanish, as well as in the writing of Spanish notes, reports, summaries, essays, projects, etc. Each strand will be introduced with a lecture and followed by seminars on the set films. Each week, we aim for one of your language classes to be conducted by a Spanish native speaker. Our entry requirements are listed under the 'United States of America' section. Consider coursework in English grammar or linguistics. It prompts us to cross borders more frequently and communicate with people from diverse cultures and social groups, either in person or electronically. The module addresses issues directly associated with the process of communication in inter-cultural, inter-group, and interpersonal contexts. We may contact you to assess this.
Our business degrees give students a broad range of skills which are valued by a range of employers in the private and public sectors. These include: introduction to the Year Abroad and choice of activities; British Council English Language Assistantships and how to apply; introduction to partner universities and how they function; working in companies abroad; finance during the Year Abroad; research skills and questionnaire design; teaching abroad; curriculum writing and employability skills; welfare and wellbeing; Year Abroad Preparation Week in the Summer Term.
A vibrant programme of extra-curricular activities to support your language learning and immersion into Spanish culture and collaboration with the Spanish Education Office.
You have the opportunity to spend your third year studying at a partner university in Spain or Chile, or working in a Spanish-speaking country.