At Thomas More, you won’t spend all your time in the classroom. Instead, you’ll take part in exciting projects both at home and abroad. Use Thomas More’s database, along with your professional network, to find a study exchange or internship in another country, giving you an extra leg up if you want to work internationally later on. The degree speaks for itself. Choosing an English bachelor’s degree gives you the chance to learn from enthusiastic teachers with a mastery of the English language. Become an expert in your field while continuously improving your English, adding an essential skillset to your CV. But there’s more. Look around you. You have the unique opportunity to study and live together with fellow students from around the world. Encounter diverse cultural backgrounds, learn from each other, and turn common interests into innovative projects. Your Facebook and LinkedIn will be distinctly multicultural, and that’s true wealth. Hoping to land your dream job? You can bet on yes!
Broaden your horizons! Entrepreneurship is in your blood; you know an opportunity when you see one. You’re ready to dive into the fast-paced world of global business and trade. You will explore cultural differences and their impact on foreign trade. The theoretical knowledge and insights you acquire come together with pragmatic models and practical skills to make a real impact. A real-life international project will challenge you to push your limits. International experience and networks will add substance to your CV as well as your internship abroad. By combining language courses in Chinese, German, Spanish, French, or Dutch, your studies will pave the way for an inspiring international career. Your time is valuable, so we are flexible! You can start this 6-semester program either in February or September.
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- Full Time
Secondary education diploma.
There are no deadlines for EEA candidates.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning