IB Business Management
- SUBJECT DESCRIPTION
Business Concepts: Our IB Business Management program begins by introducing students to key business concepts, including business objectives, strategies, and external influences. They will develop a strong foundation in business theory and practice.
Operational Activities: Students will explore the day-to-day operational activities of businesses, focusing on areas such as marketing, finance, human resources, and production. This enables a holistic understanding of how businesses function.
Case Studies: IB Business Management places a strong emphasis on analysing real-world business cases. Students will critically evaluate the successes and challenges faced by businesses, honing their analytical and problem-solving skills.
Ethical and Social Responsibility: The program encourages discussions about ethical and social responsibility in business, making students aware of the broader impact of business decisions on society.
Internal and External Assessments: Students will engage in both internal and external assessments, including the Internal Assessment (IA) and the IB exams. Our program provides targeted support to excel in these assessments.