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AMSIB - International Business and Management Studies

International Business and Management Studies. Bachelor's, full-time

For you, business is an adventure, you strive for a strong and practical foundation in international business. Discover your own path and passion while studying in an inspirational, ambitious and international learning environment. Expect much field-based learning and lectures in the fields of marketing, economics, sales and technology.

Are you ambitious and up for the challenge? Welcome to the International Business and Management Studies programme.

Read more about the courses of the English-language programme. Become a member of the Amsterdam School of International Business (AMSIB).

The four-year programme prepares you for an international business career through its field-based learning and lectures, guest lectures and real-business world projects. Be prepared to work on your personal, professional and global skills, and expect to learn business essentials through Marketing, Economics and Information Technology. Curious about the courses?

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We expect you to earn a total of 240 study credits over the course of four years. The programme includes around 20 contact hours a week in your first year. One academic year involves 42 weeks of class lectures and work group sessions per year.

International Business and Management Studies graduates are valuable to employers in and outside the school its business network. You will be able to help a company in areas such as finance, human resource management or marketing. You might end up in a management position at a multinational or having your own company. We make sure that you are able to think, act and lead in an international business environment. Curious about what you future business card will state, or about following a Master?

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We require evidence that you have passed the standardised examinations for university entrance of your nation of origin. These include for example Dutch havo, vwo or mbo level 4, International Baccalaureate, Abitur, A’ Levels in two subjects plus GCSEs in 4 additional subjects grades A*-C or BTEC Level 3. We expect proficiency of spoken and written English. Additional requirements may be requested.

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Make sure to enrol by 1 May 2017 at the latest. To do so, follow the step-by-step enrolment procedure. The Study Check is a mandatory part of the enrolment procedure for students with a Dutch secondary school diploma.

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