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Business & Economics

Business & Management

BSc International Business Administration

3 years

€0 pa

Programme profile

This is a broad programme that covers the major areas of business administration and economics.

You acquire fundamental knowledge in business, economics, business informatics, mathematics, as well as statistics. You also gain more detailed insights in specific fields. Special focus is on the international aspects of economics. The modular structure of the programme offers various opportunities to specialise.

During the programme you learn at least one further foreign language intensively. An internship and a semester abroad provide you with important key qualifications. Both can easily be integrated into your study plan.

Note: this programme is taught through English in the first three semesters but in German in later semesters. You are required to learn German in the first thee semesters. With your study abroad semester in Semester 4, this in fact means you are only rrquired to study through German for 2 semesters.

Programme content

The modules in this section are completed, usually within the first three semesters.
- Business Informatics
- Business Taxation
- Finance & Investments
- Financial Accounting
- International Management
- Macroeconomics
- Management Accounting
- Marketing
- Mathematics
- Microeconomics
- Production & Logistics
- Statistics

Specialisation [Major]:
The second phase of the programme (4th - 6th semesters) is aimed at creating a profile, based on deepening your knowledge in three of the following majors:

- The Management Process
- Innovation & Marketing
- Information & Operations Management
- European Taxation
- Domestic Taxation
- Accounting
- Finance
- Quantitative Methods
- European Economics


The university offers a MBA, taught through English

Entry Requirements

Three A-Levels and Three GCSEs. Maths A-Level required.


Six subjects at Leaving Certificate (iinc Maths at H5). At least one subject to be relevant to programme you are applying for. . Subjects to inc two languages




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