Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

International Business School changes name to AMSIB

30 Jun 2016 12:53 | Faculty of Business and Economics

As of 1st July 2016, the International Business School of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences changes its name to Amsterdam School of International Business (AMSIB). The name change is part of a wider strategy to reposition the international business school in the changing global higher education market.

AMSIB will be the brand to reach out to international prospective students, the corporate business world and partner universities across the world. AMSIB’s unique Global Mindset educational philosophy will ensure a tight fit between prospective students, the business school and its partners. Global Mindset will allow AMSIB’s graduates to move swiftly and flexibility through the every changing international labour market.

The curriculum at AMSIB continues to consist of the business skills oriented bachelor’s programme International Business and Management (IBMS) and the business communications and language oriented International Business and Language programme (IBL). A fast-track delivery mode and an evening hours mode are on offer for International Business and Management Studies, catering to students aiming for more of a challenge, and professional learners.

In the heart of the Amsterdam business district

AMSIB is part of the Faculty of Business and Economics of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. Its 150 lecturers and about 3000 students from all over the world are based at AUAS location Fraijlemaborg in the heart of the international business district of Amsterdam.

AMSIB strives to offer a challenging educational experience that gives those who wish to thrive in international business the knowledge, skills and the global mindset we believe they need to do so. We conduct the research and development needed to uphold the quality of that experience.