Business Management

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The IB (International Baccalaureate) Business Management course is a comprehensive educational program designed for students aged 16 to 19. It is part of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, an internationally recognized qualification that prepares students for higher education and fosters global-mindedness and critical thinking.

The IB Business Management course is relevant for students who have an interest in business, management, entrepreneurship, or those considering pursuing careers in the corporate world, marketing, finance, or related fields. The course aims to provide students with a deep understanding of business principles, management practices, and the global business environment.

Syllabus Overview: The IB Business Management syllabus covers a wide range of topics that explore different aspects of business and management. The core topics typically include:

Business Organization and Environment: Understanding the nature of business, business aims and objectives, and the external influences affecting businesses, such as economic, political, and social factors.

Human Resources: Studying the role of human resources in organizations, recruitment, training, motivation, and the significance of effective employee management.

Finance and Accounts: Introducing financial statements, budgeting, cost and revenue analysis, and the importance of financial planning and decision-making.

Marketing: Exploring marketing concepts, market research, segmentation, branding, and the development of marketing strategies.

Operations Management: Understanding production processes, quality control, efficiency, and the role of operations management in achieving business objectives.

Strategic Management: Analyzing business strategies, competitive advantage, and strategic planning to ensure long-term success and growth.

Ethics and Sustainability: Discussing ethical considerations in business decision-making, corporate social responsibility, and the impact of business activities on the environment.

The assessment for IB Business Management includes both internal and external components. Internal assessments involve research projects and business-related coursework, while external assessments consist of written exams that test students' knowledge, critical thinking, and application of business concepts.

Comprehensive Study Material:

Our focus is ensuring mastery of concepts and not memorization. Our study materials bundle is simple to go over after class, yet concomitantly entails all essential knowledge needed for the subject.

Organised Study Schedule:

Students require individualised guidance, with constant motivation, clear expectations and deadlines to reach their maximum potential in a subject. Our instructors do so by directing them through personalised study roadmaps, and by fostering accountability and discipline in students through regular engagement and practice.

Practice with past papers and mock exams:

While students do fall behind in their grade due to gaps in knowledge of concepts

Regular review and student evaluation:

Helps make students ready for the Exam day. Regular review and evaluation reduces overall stress and boosts confidence. Students thus feel ready than ever to tackle the exam!

How can we help?

At UniHawk, our instructors will provide you with a wide array of resources alongside continual guidance. Here’s a sneak peak for you:

To develop these skills, students require guided practice. Here, a common way is working with past papers. It benefits them immensely when they receive expert insight and strategies while doing past papers.


SL & HL Content


HL Papers:

Paper 1

Paper 2

Paper 3

Format of Assessment:

SL Papers:

Paper 1

Paper 2

Format of Assessment:

This breakdown delineates the structure, topics, examination cycle, and assessment formats for both Higher Level (HL) and Standard Level (SL) papers in the business-related curriculum.