Bachelor's Degree in Administration in Netherlands

Search Bachelor Programs in Administration in Netherlands 2016/2017


A bachelor’s degree is a four-year undergraduate degree and is the standard for higher education throughout most of the world. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned at state universities, at private universities, at community colleges and via online universities.

A Bachelor’s degree in Administration, similar to the BBA programs, intends to provide a broad education in the functional areas of a company. Graduates of the Bachelor in Administration will possess managerial skills, business decision making capabilities and strong communication skills.

The Netherlands is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, consisting of twelve provinces in North-West Europe and three islands in the Caribbean. English speaking students will have no problems finding suitable courses. For international students applying to universities in the Netherlands, several scholarships are available.

Top Bachelor Programs in Administration in Netherlands 2016/2017

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BS Business Administration

Webster University Leiden
Campus Full time January 2017 Netherlands Leiden

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is for students with a very strong interest in business who want exceptionally strong preparation in that field [+]

Best Bachelors in Administration in Netherlands 2016/2017. The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is for students with a very strong interest in business who want exceptionally strong preparation in that field. The program is more structured than many business programs and ensures that the student is exposed to the business areas of accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing, international business, business law and information systems. The program also includes exposure to advanced topics that are important to business. The bachelor of science (BS) in business administration covers the breadth of business-related disciplines as defined in the business core curriculum. The major does not provide a specific specialization but rather exposes the student to various business functions. This major is ideally suited to the new or transfer upper-division business student or for the student interested in concurrently pursuing another area of study. Learning outcomes: - Students use information, analytical tools, and problem-solving skills to make well-reasoned business decisions, considering both quantitative factors and qualitative factors such as ethical considerations. - Students can develop strategies addressing the legal, ethical, economic and global environment in which the enterprise operates. - Student will have a working knowledge in a set of analytical business tools related to: math, statistics, accounting, economics, marketing, finance and behavioral science. - Students can apply business core concepts, principles and analytical skills across functional lines. - Students can access, develop, and use information to analyze business problems and propose feasible solutions. [-]

Bachelor in International Business Administration

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Netherlands Amsterdam

The IBA programme at VU Amsterdam will give you the necessary theoretical knowledge to succeed in the marketplace and will introduce you to the practical application of disciplines... [+]

International Business Administration: Develop an Integrated Perspective The IBA programme will give you the necessary theoretical knowledge to succeed in the marketplace and will introduce you to the practical application of disciplines that are at the very heart of International Business Administration: Strategy, Marketing, Finance, Accounting, Organization, Human Resource Management, Logistics and Technology. Our IBA programme will help you develop an integrated perspective to understand and influence international business issues. You will learn to think strategically and gain a balanced overview of diverse and interconnected organizational issues. You will also learn how to make decisions that can affect the various components of an organization. These studies will enable you to bring success to businesses anywhere – and hence also to your own career. Students from over 50 countries across all continents have already come to study in our faculty at VU Amsterdam, which is engaged in world-class research. Through the VU theme of Governance for Society you will connect with your fellow students, VU teachers and researchers to solve international business and societal challenges. The VU Amsterdam IBA curriculum is the result of a co-creation initiative involving four major stakeholders: academics, employers and recruiters, current students and alumni. This has resulted in a uniquely positioned curriculum with the three core elements of people, business and society, a programme that develops leading academics, professionals and citizens. Where will your ambition take you? Future Prospects Graduating from this programme you will earn you the title of Bachelor of Science (BSc) in International Business Administration. Our faculty offers you a broad range of options for continuing your studies after you have completed your Bachelor’s. You may also choose to go straight into the job market; you will have a wide choice. You are most likely to find work in any kind of organization that manages processes or works on performance improvements. You could work in the for-profit or non-profit sector, for a company providing services or products, for a small or large organization, either on the owner side or on the organization side of the business. You could find work in various disciplines you have been trained in, such as Strategy, Marketing, Finance, Accounting, Organization, Human Resource Management, Supply Chain Management and Technology. The IBA programme is also an excellent start for those who want to launch their own business, because you will have gained an understanding of organizations, business principles and their underlying structure. Study Programme The IBA is a full-time, English-taught programme that takes three years to complete. A year has six periods. During most periods you will work intensively on two courses simultaneously. Outside of class you will work on assignments in student teams. You will combine in-depth business subjects with academic skills, research methods and personal development, all with an international orientation. For all third-year IBA students who meet the exchange criteria there is a mandatory exchange semester in autumn. Admission Requirements VU Amsterdam’s aim is to make the IBA student population a balanced mix of international and Dutch students. IBA is therefore a 'numerus fixus' study programme. This means a maximum of 200 students per year will be allowed to start. To ensure an international study environment, international candidates are given priority in the selection. - A diploma equivalent to a Dutch VWO diploma; - Proof of sufficient proficiency in English; - International experience (not compulsory); - Motivation letter, CV and Reference letter. [-]

Bachelor's programme in International Business Administration

Radboud University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Netherlands Nijmegen

International Business Administration (IBA) is the English-taught Bachelor's track of the Bachelor's programme Business Administration. When studying IBA, you will examine all aspects of international business and the role of culture and communication, providing excellent preparation for an international career. [+]

Best Bachelors in Administration in Netherlands 2016/2017. Are you interested in management, culture and international trade? Do you want to know more about the business strategies of multinational corporations in various countries? If so, then International Business Administration might be the right track for you. You will look at the ins and outs of how a business operates and how businesses deal with internal and external changes. You will learn to analyse what can be improved in corporate management and what international business involves. You will learn, for example, how cultures and business cultures in different countries play an important role in having contact with people from abroad and they might influence the outcomes you aim to achieve when doing business. This programme is suited for people with a broad interest in conducting business and managing organisations. Does this describe you? Check to see if you meet the admission requirements for the IBA Bachelor's track. International Business Administration offers you a broad range of topics, with consideration not only for international management, but also for psychology, sociology, communication, economics, and law. For example, there is ample consideration given to the role of social and cultural aspects within organizations. After all, conducting good business is a job involving extensive human interaction. You will look at the interaction between all stakeholders involved, such as managers, employees, shareholders and clients; a framework that is even more complex and interesting within international interactions. From this perspective, companies need employees who can generate solutions. This is why you receive a thorough scientific education in Nijmegen. Analysing business cases and generating solutions to problems and executing these in your future career are fundamental. You will regularly receive examples of practical situations during lectures and be presented with the question: what could be improved? In the third year you will go abroad for six months, either to study or for an internship. Why study at Radboud University You will be taught a wider range of perspectives than 'just' economics or IT in organizations. More focus on acquiring research skills than in other business programmes in the Netherlands Six months of studying or internship abroad as a fixed part of the programme A green campus in the centre of Nijmegen, with excellent study and sports facilities Housing offered to admitted students who do not live in the Netherlands and applied before the deadline (see details); A personal approach to education and small-scale teaching Three-year Bachelor's studies with guaranteed direct admission to a Master's programme after completion Access to top-level careers, including support and advice regarding the job market Study abroad In order to gain international experience, you will spend six months abroad in the third year of your study. During this period, you can take courses of your interest at partner universities (for example to prepare for a Master's specialisation) or you can participate in an internship at a foreign organisation (for a maximum of 12 out of the 30 ECTS-credits awarded for this semester). Whichever you choose, this experience will provide you with the perfect opportunity to gain international experience and prepare you for a future international career. Career prospects Graduates of this track often find employment all over the world, in fields varying from financial institutions and the business world to non-profit organizations and governments. Graduates are well-qualified for filling managerial positions in the international business world, at consultancies, and in government. Many graduates combine consultancy and research tasks into one career. One graduate becomes an entrepreneur, whereas another may opt for a career as policy advisor, manager, or business consultant. Study association Synergy Synergy is the study association for Business Administration students. Synergy has approximately 2000 members and is consequently one of the largest student associations in Nijmegen. Synergy aims to provide the best possible service to its members by pursuing the following objectives: - to bridge the gap between theory and practice; - to establish contacts between students; - to promote the interests of Business Administration students Admission requirements You need to have received sufficient previous education in the Netherlands or abroad, proven by a diploma, and you need to be proficient in English, in some cases proven by a certificate: If you have completed, or will complete a study programme abroad, then your previous education will be assessed to determine whether it is of sufficient level. If the level is sufficient, then you could be directly admissible or additional conditions may apply (such as taking an English or Mathematics test). For accepted English tests, please see below. For Mathematics tets: we accept the Mathematics A or B tests from the CCVX and Boswell-Bèta. Should you obtain a German diploma, one from the UK or USA, an International Baccalaureate or European Baccalaureate, please download the diploma-specific admission requirements (pdf, 489 kB). Should you be admissible or conditionally admissible, then your application will be included in the selection procedure. Language requirements You should have sufficient proficiency in English. This requirement is fulfilled when you meet one of the following conditions: obtained a Dutch VWO diploma; obtained a German Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife, including Grundkurs or Leistungskurs Englisch in the Abitur; obtained an International Baccalaureate diploma; obtained a European Baccalaureate diploma, in which at least the course English Language 1 has been taken; obtained a diploma in which English has been part of the final examinations from European countries mentioned in the list of diplomas (pdf, 507 kB); obtained a diploma equivalent to or higher than the Dutch VWO level by completing education at an institution in one of the member states of the EU/EEA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, or the United States of America, where the language of instruction is English; you are a citizen of Australia, Canada (with exception of Quebec), Ireland, New Zealand, the UK, or the USA. Students who do not meet one of the above conditions must satisfy one of the following conditions: obtained an IELTS Academic certificate with a result of at least 6.0 on the overall band, as well as on all four sub-bands; obtained a TOEFL iBT certificate with a total score of at least 80, as well as scores of at least 20 on all four parts; obtained a Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English with a mark of at least C; obtained a Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English with a mark of at least C. Selection procedure There are only 60 places available in this track. Therefore, only the applications of students who are admissible or conditionally admissible are included in a selection procedure. Based on the documents submitted, you can be selected for direct admission, be placed on a reserve list, or be refused admission. You will be informed about the selection result within four weeks after the receipt of all required documents. Please find out how to apply and what documents to send at Application and enrolment. The selection is based on a review of the letter of motivation and CV, high school grades (in particular Mathematics and English) and level of proficiency in English. Letter of motivation In the letter of motivation, you should introduce yourself, explain why you would like to study IBA and why you think you are suited for it. The letter of motivation should not exceed two pages of A4-paper. [-]