International Business (IB, previously known as IBMS) gives you the tools to excel as an entrepreneur and business expert at an acclaimed international company. In year one, you’ll develop a basic understanding of the fundamentals in business, such as marketing, management, logistics, finance and macroeconomics. In the first few years you’ll look at cases where businesses are struggling and solve the issues in multicultural teams. In year two you’ll take a minor. You’ll conclude the programme with a thesis and internship in year three, which will launch your career as a business professional.
Most International Business students enter the workforce with some form of specialism. This is what minors are all about - giving your IB degree an edge. We have a wide array of minors to offer on IB, three of which focus on doing business in promising economies like Africa, Asia or Latin America. Another minor deals with business-to-business products. Are you more internationally inclined? No problem, we have a list of 350 partner universities offering minors, such as University of Lyon, France, University of Dusseldorf, Germany and University of Seoul, South Korea.
Spełnienie wymagań w zakresie języka angielskiego można udokumentować w następujący sposób:
Although we offer courses in accounting, you will need to follow a Master in Accounting after your Bachelor’s to become a certified accountant. There are several options at other universities, both inside and outside the Netherlands.
What will you become:
There’s no need to stop your studies after graduation. The Hague Graduate School offers a few post graduate courses that complement the IB curriculum, such as its Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Financial Management and Control and Master in International Communication Management.