Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

After graduation

International Business Part-time

After graduating from the International Business programme you will have the title Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA).

Title and diploma

This degree is an internationally recognised Bachelor’s degree and will allow you to take a next step towards your business career or you may choose to pursue a Master's degree.

Career opportunities

Besides gaining academic knowledge, studying at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences will give you practical training during your studies.

The additional competences you will acquire through on-the-job learning are often sought by businesses and organisations, boosting your appeal as an international job market candidate.

80% of AMSIB alumni find a job within three months after graduation. AMSIB maintains strong links with industry to support students when entering the job market. They are spread across the globe, advancing their careers in positions of management and leadership.

Take for example AMSIB alumni Jan van der Burgt (Head of Product and Co-Founder) and Wiebe Helder (CEO and Co-Founder) at Cargobase , both 30 years old now. The two entrepreneurs started the online platform Cargobase at General Motors to cut costs on premium freight shipments.

Some examples of positions you may hold in the future

The part-time programme International Business prepares graduates for a broad spectrum of entry-level jobs in international business all over the world. The majority of alumni start off in marketing, business development, project manager, human resources, accounting and finance, and more.

YOUR FUTURE BUSINESS CARD COULD SAY:

  • Business Development Manager at Shell, Belgium
  • International Product Manager at Cinemotion, Bulgaria
  • Import and Export Assistant at Philips, France
  • International Marketing Assistant at Deutsche Bank, USA
  • Export Manager at Bosch, Denmark
  • International Marketing Manager at Mercedes, Dubai
  • International Marketing Researcher at Deloitte, Netherlands
  • International Publicity Agent at United Nations, USA and Rwanda

Master's

A Bachelor’s degree provides a good basis for further studies. The options depend on which Master’s degree programme you would like to attend and at which university.

Our strategic partners are: Berlin School of Economics and Law

Meanwhile, if you would like to pursue a Master’s degree, we recommend considering the intercultural programme Chinese-European Economics and Business Studies offered by our partner The Berlin Professional School at the Berlin School of Economics and Law.

Northumbria University

Northumbria University, Newcastle, is expanding its international presence by partnering with Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) in the delivery of masters programmes at the Amsterdam Campus situated in AUAS’s buildings. Northumbria University is starting its third academic year in September 2020 with the following programmes:

  • MSc Business with International Management
  • MSc Business with Business Analytics
  • MSc Business with Financial Management
  • MSc Project Management
  • MA Luxury Brand Management
  • MA International Relations, Conflict & Security

These UK-accredited postgraduate courses will be delivered by Faculty from both Northumbria and AUAS. There are no specific prior education requirements for these programs, except for a HBO or WO bachelor's and English language skills (minimum IELTS score 6.5).

For more information and the opportunity to attend information sessions, please visit www.northumbria.ac.uk/amsterdam .

Published by  Faculty of Business and Economics 2 September 2020