The subject specific competences are the competences that are unique to your programme. They are the ones that separate your professionalism from other programmes’ professionalism, If you’d like a career in research or teaching in your field, then it is among other the subject specific competences you’ll be drawing on.
What are my subject specific competences?
The subject specific competences are the competences that are unique to your programme. They are what separates your professional profile from other programmes’ profiles.
If you would like a career doing research or teaching in your field, you will be using the subject specific competences, among others.
In your curriculum it’s described that the goal of your programme is that you, as a Bachelor in International Business Administration and Foreign Languages, have attained a selection of competences within the social sciences and the humanities. These qualify you to work in internationally oriented businesses and organisations or institutions in both the private and public sector.
After completing your programme you will be able to do comparative analysis and assessments of linguistic and business economic challenges linked to international activities, and in continuation hereof develop and implement action plans and manage internal and external communication.
In addition to your insight in business economics, you will have knowledge about cultural and socio-economic matters and their influence on linguistic and business economic challenges, as well as knowledge about psychological and communicative aspects and their influence on dissemination of a message to different target audiences.
Finally, you are able to express yourself both written and verbally in your two foreign languages Danish/German and English.
Do you need help determining your competences?
➤ Contact Career Guidance.