Broad international exposure forms the foundation of INTI’s Bachelor of Business (Hons) program. Highlights include international case discussions with academics and students of other institutions and case studies from Harvard Business School and MIT Sloan.
“We want to provide a truly international experience for our students and believe that this can only be done with exposure to global content. Such exposure will not only allow our students to strengthen their knowledge in business, but also grow more confident in expressing their opinions and views,” said INTI International University Faculty of Business, Communications and Law dean Prof Dr Wilson Tay.
The exceptional learning experience will be affiliated with the University of Hertfordshire (UH), the UK’s leading business-facing institution which was selected by Times Higher Education as one of the world’s top 100 universities aged less than 50 years. Out of worldwide universities founded after 1962, the university is ranked at No.62 and above many renowned institutions.
Working in partnership with UH, INTI is extending the Bachelor of Business (Hons) program with specialization in Marketing, Human Resource Management, International Business, Business Administration, and Finance and Accounting. Dual awards are conferred on graduates by UH and INTI International University.
“INTI offers a blended learning approach, incorporating online support, industry projects, interactive business simulations and mentorship by distinguished academics — all based on the learner’s personal development program for personal effectiveness.
“As part of the Laureate International Universities network, INTI has access to global resources, best practices, teaching methods, an international faculty and management tools that are truly world- class,” added Prof Tay. Students of the Bachelor of Business
(Hons) program have had the opportunity to interact with counterparts in other countries through video conferencing, the most recent being a case study on the global leadership of Carlos Ghosn at Nissan with students of Universidad del Valle de Mexico.
Through Laureate’s support, INTI is also able to provide front-row seats to cutting-edge global events such as the World Business Forum and Clinton Global Initiative. Students also have access to overseas guest lecturers and study tours to INTI’s partner universities in other countries.
Students are also trained to develop soft skills in strategic thinking, financial analysis, market analysis, operations and teamwork that leads to strong leadership ability, confidence and the ability to analyze and strategize, be decisive and resourceful.
“At INTI our primary goal is to ensure our students who graduate are not only skilled and knowledgeable individuals, but are inspired thinkers who are resilient to challenges. They must be equipped with a winning spirit in order to find opportunities in every challenge. Many initiatives are in place to help our business students build competencies and confidence to succeed in business locally and internationally,” said Prof Tay.
INTI students benefit not only from its over 25 years of experience and strong track- record, but also from the global synergy and resources that Laureate International Universities provide.
For details on INTI’s Bachelor of Business program, call 06-798 2000 or visit www.newinti.edu.my