A bachelor’s degree is often the standard for entry into a number of different employment situations. It is also the first step toward participation in graduate programs. In most cases, this degree requires about four years of work and a total of 120 semester credits. Many of the courses within a bachelor’s program fall under the umbrella of general education, while the remaining courses take a closer look at the subjects required for the chosen career path.
What is a Bachelor in European Business? The European business program offers a well-rounded study of business within a European context. Students typically delve into subjects such as fundamental business management, business law, international business, European institutions, global sources, international logistics, and in some cases a second language. These courses are designed to prepare students with interactive and innovative business skills relevant to European business practices.
Some bachelor’s programs in this area can offer a division of time spent in various countries. Internships and other work placement opportunities are offered by a number of different schools. Once the general classes have been completed, students in this program have some flexibility so that they can begin to hone their skills in a particular branch of business. At graduation, these students have also been exposed to important business contacts through instructors and other professionals.
The costs of attending one of these programs can vary from one school to another. This is particularly true when schools across country borders are compared. For accurate tuition and fee information, prospective students should contact the schools of choice directly.
Graduates have often studied, and perhaps worked, in a couple of different countries and have had exposure to a number of languages. This puts the graduates in position to seek competitive job opportunities. With professional qualifications that are recognized in multiple countries, graduates can find jobs with global corporations and companies across the world. Many graduates specifically seek positions that allow them to be internationally mobile. Job titles might include personnel manager, project manager, junior consultant and assistant auditor.
If you are interested in this course of study, take a look at the options in the program listing. Schools are listed with lead forms for your convenience. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Bachelor in International Business and Languages - Do you have a gift for languages and want to combine it with your interest in marketing, sales and export? Do you want to learn more about different cultures and trade customs? If so, you have the right profile for an international career in business. Then the International Business and Languages (IBL) Bachelor Degree programme at the Amsterdam School of International Business might be the right choice for you. [+]
This Bachelor's program offered by The Department of Management and Human Resources under the College of Business Management and Accounting is tailored specifically for students that are interested to pursue their careers in the new global setting of international businesses. This program is also designed to provide the students with the business and management skills, language competence and cultural awareness required for success in such an international business environment. Also, the degree offers an exciting mix of business and management subjects, plus the study of a language, compulsory for the first year and optional thereafter. With an extra language with the mixture of management skills, graduates will be able to secure good prospects in the labor market also will have the option to pursue a higher degree. [+]
The <strong>International Business Bachelor program</strong> from the <strong>School of Domestic and International Business, Banking and Finance</strong> is a three-year program that prepares you for negotiating, contracting and carrying out international business. [+]
Do international issues relating to economics and business have your attention? Do topics like the development of the Chinese economy appeal to you? Are you highly motivated and eager to study with international students? Then the International Bachelor Economics and Business Economics is your programme of choice. [+]
The Programme European Business Studies at RISEBA, the pioneer in the Baltics, was designed in response to extensive globalisation trends and Latvia integration in Europe. Boosting the gateway to international careers for young managers RISEBA takes a special pride in EBS graduates’ unrivalled network continuously advancing in their ambitious careers and reaching corporate top positions in an... [+]
The graduate of the Bachelor programme “Business Economics and Management” is able to make use of the acquired knowledge in economics, quantitative methods, law, management and marketing. Their knowledge is extended in business planning, production management, international trade, financial analysis and entrepreneurship in small and medium sized enterprises. [+]
The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in European Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. [+]
The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in European Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. Program structure There are two study tracks available, the American study track and the European study track. Depending on the chosen track, the program intensiveness will vary, allowing students to study at their own preferred pace. American Study Track: 15 Course credits per quarter 15 contact hours per week 30 study hours per week European study track: 20 Course credits per quarter 20 Contact hours per week 40 Study hours per week Program starting dates Because of the modular design and flexibility of the program, students can start their studies in October, January, April, July, and August. The Bachelor program is offered at all campuses. Course requirements (with optional minor) Specialization Courses (minor) 20 credits / 4 courses Electives 160 credits / 32 courses Minors are considered as secondary specializations during undergraduate studies and form fundamental component of the complete study program, offering a wide range of specialization courses. Several minors are available. SPECIALIZATION COURSES IN EUROPEAN MANAGEMENT Level 200 UGSCEM201 - International Business (5) UGSCEM202 - European Business Law (5) UGSCEM203 - International Economics (5) UGSCEM204 - European Institutions (5) UGSCEM205 - Innovation (5) UGSCEM206 - The European Business Environment (5) UGSCEM207 - Global Sourcing and Logistics (5) UGSCEM208 - European Integration (5) Contemporary Cases in European Management (5) Research Project in European Management (5) Level 400 Capstone Project in European Management (5) Admission requirements - proficiency in the English language (refer to the admission section for further details) - high school diploma that allows access to higher education in the country of origin Students who are 17 or older who have completed less than 12 years of formal education and who do not hold a high school diploma that allows access to higher education in the country of origin should earn up to an additional 60 credits in the Undergraduate Foundation program. Refer to the undergraduate program requirements for further details. e.g. Students who wish to earn a Bachelor degree and who are required to complete the Undergraduate Foundation program will need to earn 60 + 180 credits. [-]
Programme structure consists of strong core and major subjects and an interesting range of electives. It will deepen the knowledge of the most specific areas of international relations, such as Transportation and International Logistics, International Public Law, International Human Resources Management, etc. [+]