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I am starting my course soon, but i was wondering what you can do after the degree. Is it worth it or not?
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In my opinion, international business is best utilised if you either know or are planning to learn at least a second language for a country you would like to specialise with. There are many jobs that can come from having an IB degree such as working as a regional manager for a corporation, international banking, cross-country communications etc etc. Also your options are not limited to internationally based jobs or multi-country corporations - but if you don't plan on going into this field then going for base Business or Management would be better suited in my opinion.
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In my opinion, international business is best utilised if you either know or are planning to learn at least a second language for a country you would like to specialise with. There are many jobs that can come from having an IB degree such as working as a regional manager for a corporation, international banking, cross-country communications etc etc. Also your options are not limited to internationally based jobs or multi-country corporations - but if you don't plan on going into this field then going for base Business or Management would be better suited in my opinion.
Does it have a perfect mix of economics and political aspects in the course? I do love politics as well but business seems so reasonable to me and easy to do in university.
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Check the description of the degree on your school website and it should state. I have currently gone onto international development and a language which is fairly similar and I looked into IB beforehand. From the universities I have looked at, international business has a small portion of political and economics based additions but is mostly focused on the business aspect of things - which is why I chose international development which has a much more healthy mix of the two but is primarily focused on more developing countries. Another option to consider is international management which some universities offer as those have a more economics/business based focus over politics but still has some relevent details for it.
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I am starting my course soon, but i was wondering what you can do after the degree. Is it worth it or not?
Hi Chxchii

The good thing with Business degrees is you can go into so many different jobs afterwards! You could work at big, international companies or at small start-ups. You could even start your own company! Yo can go into marketing, product management, hr, finance... I think it's worth it, and you will also get valuable life skills and experience. Remember to make the most out of uni life

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