Bachelor of Business (International Business) with Honours

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Bachelor of International Business Management with Honours (Minor Entrepreneurship)


The Bachelor of International Business Management (Hons) programme was established from the root of business and management disciplines. From the foundation of business and management, BIBM expanded their disciplines to more comprehensive business skills and exposures that go beyond local managerial perspectives. The programme prepares graduates with a sound knowledge in international business to enable them to secure managerial positions in private and public organizations particularly the multinational corporations, non-governmental organizations (NGO’s), small and medium enterprises (SME) and other business entities and business service providers.



The saying goes that the world is getting smaller. Developments in communication, IT, marketing; flash before our eyes at an unprecedented pace. The United States, Europe, China or India is just a mouse click away, this is nowadays our reality. Employees with an internationally oriented mindset are eagerly sought after by employers: they have learned to be flexible, they can easily deal with changes, and they have cross cultural competences and some often possess excellent language skills.

It is very important to gain an appreciation of the various social, cultural, economic and legal complexities which face managers working within the highly competitive international environment, and develop an understanding of the strategies of multi-national corporations. We believe today’s business student must see the organisation as more than simply a collection of functional parts. The integration of markets urges organisations to work beyond their traditional regional boundaries and compete in diverse global environments. As such these organisations need leaders and managers who can work across multicultural barriers and develop effective international strategies.

Management and entrepreneurship form the cornerstones of our approach to develop students’ knowledge of international contexts with the aim that they may launch, run, and work in any organization that is global in scope and they are able to see national borders as bridges and not barriers. Management is concerned with competition and competitive advantage, while entrepreneurship is concerned with creating new opportunities where none previously existed. These areas are important to our students because more and more organisations conduct at least some of their business across borders. If you are a budding entrepreneur then international business increases your entrepreneurial playground.



This programme consists of the SIX (6) components

  • Community Development I, II, III, IV
    • Introduction to Social Science
    • Malaysian Nationhood Studies
    • English Proficiency I
    • English Proficiency II
    • English Proficiency III
    • Islamic and Asian Civizilation
    • Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
    Community Development

The intent of this course is to help students understand the concept and method of community services. Basic knowledge on managing programme is not only given as a theory but also, students are required to apply that as a practice through organizing an effective community services project. Students need to propose their community project through proposal paper in order to organize the project for coming semester.


  • Elementary Statistics
    • Principles of Economics
    • Computer Application in Management
    • Business Accounting
    • Principles of Management
    • Strategic Management
    • Research Methodology
    • Principles of Marketing
    • Financial Management
    • Business law
    • Management Ethics
    • International Business
    • International Logistics
    • Cross-Cultural Management
    • Multinational Corporation
    • Export Management
    • International Business Policy
    • International Business Management Seminar
    • Practicum



Students can choose one of the foreign languages below:

Spanish Language
• Spanish Level I
• Spanish Level II
• Spanish Level III

German Language
• German Level I
• German Level II
• German Level III


  • Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Skill
    • Creativity and Innovation
    • Business Plan
    • Entrepreneur Networking Management
    • Business Growth Management
    • Franchise Business Management
    • E-Commerce
    • Family Business
    • Sale Management


  • Cargo Insurance
    • Sea Transportation
    • International Mergers and Acquisitions
    • International Management
    • Human Resource Management
    • Staffing
    • Training and Development
    • Performance Appraisal
    • Negotiation
    • International Human Resource Management
    • Marketing Management
    • International Marketing
    • Supply Chain Management
    • Service Marketing
    • Brand Marketing
    • Advance Financial Management
    • Corporate Finance
    • Financial Market and Institutions
    • Financial Risk Management


Students can choose one modules offered by another programme at MCEM
Practicum – Industry Placement

The practicum module is one of the compulsory courses which students are required to complete before graduating and its duration is 6 months. Practicum is a module designed to place students in an organization that may offer students a period of work so that they may learn and build some expectations from their experience while working there. The aim of this module is to let students relate the knowledge they studied in the classroom with the real aspect of job environment. Additionally, it potentially gives rise to opportunities for the students to build some ideas about the expectation, the culture, norms and skills that they have to prepare before they embark their journey into the job market. Practicum will build quality graduates before venturing into the job market in future. Students should take this opportunity to explore new things during their practicum as compared to the theory learned from classes.
Student Mobility Programme

Our students will even have the possibility of having one semester in UUM during the second year, by paying only your air ticket and accommodation on campus.
Fly-in faculty

Each semester, a Lecturer from UUM will come to Mauritius to deliver some lectures and to ensure that we are in compliance with all quality standards of our programmes.


  • A-Levels
  • Cambridge Overseas School Certificate / GCE A-Level
  • Brevet/ BAC / SSCE/ WASSCE/ WAEC 


Pass in any 2 Advanced subjects with CGPA ? 2.0


Course fees will amount to Rs. 93, 000 (MUR) per year.



  • Examinations are conducted by the MES (Mauritius Examination Syndicate) as per the norms and recommendations of UUM.



  • The duration of this course is 4 years.



  • Each academic year structure will consist of 2 semesters which will be spread of 15 weeks each (including mid-semester break).

1st Semester: February – June

  • 2nd Semester: September – January


A student shall be evaluated for academic performance in a module through coursework and final examinations. The coursework include the following assessment methods namely mid semester test, lab test, quiz, individual and group assignment, class drill/exercises, peer evaluation, report & presentation and so on. The weightage of both the coursework and final examinations of the different modules will vary upon the requirement of the programme.



Graduates from this programme are expected to apply their knowledge and skills to rationalise financial issues through all dimensions and financial aspects either in the public or private institutions both at the national or international levels. They are expected to hold a position as a financial executive in the financial or non-financial institutions and to perform an efficient financial consultation.


All examinations shall be conducted by the MES (Mauritius Examination Syndicate) for candidates of Malaysia Consortium for Education Mauritius (MCEM) on behalf of the Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM).


Entry requirements

  • 2 STPM principal passes with a minimum Grade C (GP 2.00) in any 2 subjects and a pass in Mathematic and English at
    SPM level or any equivalent qualification;
  • 2 A-Level principal passes;
  • 5Bs in Senior Middle Three (SM3 or UEC);
  • Matriculation/ Foundation qualification with a minimum CGPA of 2.00 out of 4.00 or any equivalent qualification;
  • Any qualifications equivalent to Diploma or Advanced Diploma (Level 4 or 5 MQF) with a minimum CGPA of 2.00 out of
  • International Baccalaureate with a minimum score of 24 point;
    Australian Qualification
  • Pass minimum 2 subjects in subjects in Australian Capital Territory Year 12 with an average of 50%
  •  Pass minimum 2 subjects New South Wales: Higher School Certificate (HSC) with an average of 50%
  • Pass minimum 2 subjects Northern Territory Certificate of Education (NTCE) with an average of 50%
  • Pass minimum 2 subjects Queensland Senior Certificate with an average of 50%
  • Pass minimum 2 subjects South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) with an average of 50%
  • Pass minimum 2 subjects Tasmanian Certificate of Education (TCE) with an average of 50%
  • Pass minimum 2 subjects Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) with an average of 50%
  •  Pass minimum 2 subjects Western Australia Certificate of Education (WACE) with an average of 50%
  • Pass minimum 2 subjects South Australian Matriculation (SAM) with an average of 50%
  • Pass minimum 2 subjects Tertiary Entrance Education (TEE) with an average of 50%


Note: International students are required to achieve a minimum score of 5.5 for IELTS or its equivalent