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Business & Economics

Business & Management

BSc International Business

3 years

€2530 pa

Programme profile

This programme looks at the ins and outs of running international businesses, from tiny detail to global perspective. The programme also develops the personal qualities you"ll need to succeed in the international business world: adaptability, creativity, self-assurance and more. The University uses Problem-Based Learning (PBL), an innovative, student-centred instructional method widely used at Maastricht University. Students work in tutorial groups, collaboratively seeking practical solutions to open-ended, real-world problems. Instructors act as facilitators, informally giving help when and where it is needed. This allows you to build independence and develop research skills.

The Maastricht University School of Business is one be of the very few business schools, internationally, to be accredited by all three of the American AASCB, the British AMBA and the European-wide EQUIS, which evaluate the curricula, organisation, staff qualifications, students and management of candidate schools.

Programme content

Year 1: Management of Organisations and Marketing; Quantitative Methods; Economics and Business; Accounting; Strategy; Finance; Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management; Management Game

Year 2: Finance and Accounting; Management of Organisations; International Marketing Management; Global Business; Management Information Systems; Corporate Governance;Mangement of Operations + Product Development; Human Resource Management

Specialisations : Accounting, Business, Economics, Finance, Information Management, Marketing, Organisation, Strategy , Supply Chain Management

As part of this programme, you can choose to follow a specialisation in Emerging Markets. This specialisation focuses on Growth Economies in Africa, Asia or South-America.


The university offers related Masters programmes, taught through English, in the following areas:

- International Business
- Infonomics
- Global Supply Chain Management

Entry Requirements

Three A-Levels (CCC) and three GCSEs (C or above) in six different subjectsi (nc Maths at AS or A2)

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including three at H5, or above. Higher Maths required. Minimum 350 points.



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