Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Course Curriculum Fall 2021 & Spring 2022

The Faculty of Business and Economics offers a wide range of English taught courses to exchange students from the following study programmes:

  • BKMER - Business Management and Economics
  • CE part time - Commercial Economics
  • HRM - Human Resource Management
  • IBMS – International Business and Management Studies
  • IBL – International Business and Languages

You can choose a 30 credit major or minor programme or you can create your own tailor made study programme from different major programme specialisations. All prospective exchange students who will study next semester at the Faculty of Business and Economics need to read the course enrollment checklist before the course enrollment procedure.

Want to choose a 30 ECTS major/minor programme?

A 30 credit major/minor programme consists of a number of fixed, pre-selected courses focusing on a specific field of study.

We offer complete 30 credit major/minor programmes from both the Amsterdam School of International Business (AMSIB) and other study programmes (CE and BKMER) from the faculty of Business & Economics.

Before you select a major/minor please check the admission requirements and the possible additional costs involved.

Students who intend to study in Fall 2021 can use the exchange course catalogue as a reference. These descriptions can be used as a reference for academic year 2021/2022.

Want to compose your own study plan?

If you want to create your own tailor made study plan, you can select modules from the following link. These descriptions can be used as a reference for academic year 2021/2022.

30 ECTS is the maximum permitted number of credits you can study per semester at the Faculty of Business and Economics.

Please note that all information in the exchange course catalogue website and the availability of any course may be subject to change. The course information can change for example in terms of learning goals, weightings of the course components, assignments, testing methods, and required study material. Check the most updated course details with the lecturer at the start of the semester.

Published by  Faculty of Business and Economics 30 March 2021