AMSIB - International Business

After graduation

After graduating from the International Business programme you will have the title Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) . Your professional career can begin or will you decide to pursue another study?

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(opens in new window) 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 offers following programmes:

  • MSc Global Sustainable Business Management
    ( joint master's programme offered by the AUAS and Northumbria University)
  • 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(opens in new window)

Working in the Netherlands

Interested in working in the Netherlands after completing your degree? International students have the option to extend their visas in the Netherlands after graduation for a so-called ‘orientation year’. Read about the options available to you, depending on where you're from.