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International Business and Management Studies programme starts in February and September

Programmes 19 January 2012, 00:00

Looking for Bachelor programme starting in February? Do the regular 4-year International Business & Management Studies (BBA) program in THREE Years...

Do the regular 4-year International Business & Management Studies (BBA) program in THREE Years! You will have to do 80 credits per year, instead of 60 - that means a heavier work load!

Our new fast-track degree in International Business & Management Studies (IBMS) is ideal if you are planning a career in international business.  You need to be prepared to work in a dynamic and highly competitive environment.  You also need to be culturally aware.  And it helps if you have entrepreneurial spirit.

When you graduate, you will be awarded a bachelor's degree in International Business & Marketing Studies.  You will also receive the title 'Bachelor of Business Administration' (BBA).  This internationally recognised degree allows you to apply for master's programmes in the Netherlands and abroad.

What are the requirements?

An equivalent diploma to Dutch secondary education, such as Abitur of Fachabitur (Germany), Baccalauréat (France), General Certificate of Education (UK), High School Diploma with college preparatory program (US), or SMU Diploma (Indonesia) granting entrance to a university in the native country.

  •     IBMS fast-track questionnaire and motivation letter 
  •     One recent passport-size photo
  •     Two  copies of the identifying page of your passport
  •     Copy of your IELTS result* (minimum 6.0 for all four skills)
  •     A certified copy of your certificate(s) and grade list

* only for non-Dutch, non-EU citizens, or non-English native applicants.  Native speakers are considered to come from the following countries: Australia, Canada, Irish Republic, New Zealand, South Africa, UK, and USA.

When does this programme start?

The standard start date is September and February of any academic year.

What are the costs?

See the tuition fees for the academic year 2011/12. If you have a Dutch bank account, you can pay your tuition fees in ten instalments.

Other costs

The cost of books and readers is between approximately € 500 and € 1,250 in the first year. Many of these books will be referred to throughout the programme, so the cost will be lower in subsequent years.

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