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Business & Economics

Business & Management

BSc International Business Administration

3 years

€2168 pa

Programme profile

In this programme, students learn leadership skills in a global, culturally-diverse environment: the hallmark of business today. The programme is offered to a select number of students, chosen according to their international background and education. The programme aims to educate students in the effective management of international companies. Students acquire an in-depth knowledge on how organisations are operated, as well as analytical and critical decision-making abilities. Learning cultivates creative, innovative thinking about business processes.

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University offers a complete portfolio of programmes from undergraduate to master degrees. It is highly ranked (13th) in the Financial Times European Business School Ranking.

Programme content

Year 1: Introduction to Business; Operations Management; Foundations of Finance & Accounting; Mathematics; Statistics; International Business; Methodology of Management Science; Strategic Business Plan; Organisational Behaviour; Microeconomics & Markets; Macroeconomics & Institutional Context; IT Skills; Effective Business Communication; Academic Writing

Year 2: Quantitative Decision Making; Applied Business Methods; International Marketing Research; Philosophy of Science; Strategic Management & Entrepeneurship; Marketing Management; Organisational Theory & Dynamics; Management Accounting; Leadership, Sustainability & Governance; Cross-Cultural Management; Corporate Finance; Technology for Managers

Year 3: Human Resource Management; Financial Accounting; Business Information Management; Supply Chain Management; Foundations of Business Law; Innovation Management; Semester Abroad or Internship ; Bachelor's Thesis


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

- Business Administration
[ with twelve differnt specialisations on offer]

Entry Requirements

3 A-levels (Grades AAB), inc Maths  PLUS 3 GCSEs 
IB: 33 points Mathematics: Analysis & Approaches SL minimum grade 5 /Analysis & Approaches HL minimum grade 4 / Applications & Interpretation HL minimum grade 5 . 
Scotland: 2 Advanced Highers at AB, including Mathematics AND 4 Highers (A A B B)

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate, including 2 at H4. (Maths at H4 required). Average grade of H4 preferred.




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