WBS International Mgmt vs. Straight Mgmt.Watch
It is great to see that you are interested in both our BSc International Management and BSc Management course at Warwick Business School. You may find some of our undergraduate student blogs useful when looking at the differences between both courses and you can access the blogs here: https://www.wbs.ac.uk/blogs/student/undergraduate/
Have you already downloaded our Undergraduate brochure? This is a great resource in terms of helping you find out more about the course structure and the modules available on each course you can download our Undergraduate brochure here: https://www.wbs.ac.uk/about/download...=undergradblog
From my perspective, the main difference between BSc International Management and BSc Management is that the BSc International Management course is a four-year course which includes a compulsory year abroad. So during your third year, you can either study at one of our partner institutions and/or chose an approved work placement. Our BSc Management course is a three-year course where your final two years on this course are highly flexible as you can choose modules to tailor your experience to meet your interests, development needs and career aspirations. This means you can follow a generalist route in business and management to keep your career options open or choose one of our recognised pathways in Finance, Marketing, Digital Innovation or Entrepreneurship to improve your employability in that area. However, you can also extend your BSc Management course by a year by carrying out a work placement in your third year should you wish to.
I hope that helps you differentiate between the two courses a little more, and if you do have any further questions please feel free to ask