BSc International Business at AUAS

Programme structure

​YEAR 1
The first year starts with essential modules such as Business English, Principles of Economics and Marketing. As part of the personal and professional development learning track, we offer modules like Team Development and Cross-Cultural Awareness. In the 2nd semester you will launch and run a real company in Co-Creative Entrepreneurship.

YEAR 2

Customise your second year by choosing four elective modules, including the opportunity to study a second business language, such as Spanish, Mandarin or Japanese. Strengthen your business aptitude ​​further by participating in a real-life hands-on team competition for the best business case in the second semester.

YEAR 3

Specialise in one of six tracks, such as Entrepreneurship or Language & Culture Immersion. You will study abroad at one of our 100+ partner universities or choose a minor such as Building partnerships in China or Latin American Business Studies.

YEAR 4

During your last year, you will follow four final modules (online or live) such as Academic Research and Writing and Advanced Leadership Development and start an internship at an international company or organisation. In the 2nd semester you will write your thesis while working as a consultant-in-making at a company or conduct an applied business research assignment at our Centre for Entrepreneurial Dynamics and International Strategy (CEDIS).

 

Electives

​ ​The IB programme offers multiple opportunities to specialise throughout the programme. In the second year you can choose several electives, ranging from Art, Business & Culture to Managing in a Globalised Economy or you choose one additional language instead. In the third year you choose your major, this can either be Entrepreneurship, Global Trade & Supply Chain Management, International Finance & Control, International Marketing, Organisational Leadership & Change, or Language, Communication and Culture and your minor.

As part of the Centre for Entrepreneurial Dynamics and International Strategy (CEDIS), the Research Lab facilitates the connection between Amsterdam School of International Business (AMSIB) professors’ research and students. It offers AMSIB students the opportunity to work on a more research-oriented thesis.
The Amsterdam School of International Business offers various honours programmes for ambitious students. In order to qualify, you cannot have any study delay

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