- Degree is awarded by SOAS University of London
- Programme Type: Single Honours
- 3 Intakes: January, May, September
- Full time (Classes Monday – Friday)
- Duration: 36 months
Students who receive credit exemptions can complete the degree in a shorter period of time.
In this programme, students will gain specialist knowledge of business and management in Japan and Korea including modules in accounting, finance, managerial economics, marketing, corporate governance, research methods and international business strategy, as well as a deep understanding of the regions history, culture and language.
- Introduction to Accounting (15 credits)
- Management in Japan and Korea: Domestic and International Developments (30 credits)
- Organisational Behaviour (15 credits)
- Quantitative and Analytical Techniques for Managers (15 credits)
- Principles and Management of Marketing (15 credits)
- Principles of Management (30 credits)
- International Business Strategy (15 credits)
- Managerial Economics (15 credits)
- Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility (30 credits)
- Qualitative and Case Study Research (15 credits)
- International marketing 1: the Environment (15 credits)
- International Relations of East Asia (30 credits)
- Independent Study Project in International Management (30 credits)
- Finance in Japan and Korea (15 credits)
- Contemporary issues in the Japanese and Korean economies (15 credits)
- Financial Strategy (15 credits)
- Corporate Governance (15 credits)
- International Human Resource Management (15 credits)
- International Marketing 2: Global Markets (15 credits)
Award & Graduation:
Students who successfully complete all academic requirements of the programme will be awarded the Bachelor of Science International Management (Japan & Korea) by SOAS University of London.
Graduating students have a choice to attend the SOAS Graduation ceremonies in Singapore or in London.
General Entrance Requirements for admission into Year 1:
- 17 years or older at time of registration with the University; AND
- Satisfy course requirements in English; AND
- Three approved *GCE ‘A’/H2 level subjects that are at least grades B, C, C; OR
- International Baccalaureate Diploma of 28 points overall; OR
- Polytechnic diplomas with a Grade Point Average of ≥ 2.6.
Exemptions will be assessed upon application.
Applicants who do not meet the above requirements will be assessed on a case by case basis.
English Language Requirements
GCE O Level – C5 or better in English, or an IELTS overall score of at least 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each band/skill or equivalent score in another recognised test if they obtained their qualification from countries where English is not the standard medium of instruction and/or their first language.
|Total Programme Fee||S$43,920||S$43,920|
|Student Development Workshop||S$300||S$300|
|Student Pass Processing Fee||–||S$30 nett|
|Student Pass Issuance Fee||–||S$60 nett|
|Multiple Journey VISA||–||S$30 nett|
The above fees are subject to prevailing GST, unless otherwise stated.
Learning support and online student resources: SOAS Online Student Services allows students to enrol online, retrieve their exam results and various other SOAS Services.
Students can sign in using their SOAS Student ID and password. This is the same password that students will use for SOAS Student Email access, Course Sign-up and most other SOAS Services.
Teaching staff: Students will be taught by staff from the School of Finance and Management at SOAS. Full details of the lecturing staff can be found here.
Assessment: On undergraduate programmes, work is assessed through a combination of examination and coursework. The coursework may take the form of an essay, project or a presentation. The ratio of exam: coursework varies from course to course and students are advised to consult the course handbook for further details.
Access to Results: Students can access their results through the SOAS Online Student Services using their SOAS Student ID and password.
Academic Appeal Policy and Process: The University publishes degree regulations each academic session for the next academic session. These are the regulations, policies and procedures that govern SOAS’s degrees. Cohorts would be governed by the regulations that come into force for their year of enrolment. These regulations include the University’s procedure for appealing degree outcomes. The regulations can be found at: https://www.soas.ac.uk/registry/degreeregulations/file132991.pdf