授课地点：The Hague, Main Campus
国际商务（IB）为你提供了在一家备受赞誉的国际公司中成为企业家和商业专家的基本品质。 在第一年，您将对营销，管理，物流，金融和宏观经济学等基础知识有一个基本的了解。 在头几年你会看到企业如何去解决多文化团队中的问题。 在第三年你会进行辅修课程。 你将在第四年完成论文和实习结束该计划，这也标志着你将启作为一名专业的商业人士。
The first year is the foundation (propaedeutic) year
Year one is all about equipping you with the skills to steer an organisation in the right direction. For starters, you’ll learn how to register financial data to create annual reports for large companies. But what about setting up a marketing plan, or analysing a business’s liquidity and solvability? Year one will feature a lot more than business introductory courses and statistics. We also offer English courses to polish your debating skills, business administration and writing skills. All theory and no practice? Of course not. We have two main projects in year one. One of which is the Business Game, a computer based game that will train you to run a fictitious business. What revenue models could you use to turn a conservative industry upside down? How do you manage a so-called lean start-up with minimum expense and maximum revenue? You’ll also create an international marketing plan. You could be writing a business strategy to introduce a Chinese beer in the Netherlands, for example.
Human Resource Management
Business Statistics A
Academic and Intercultural Skills
Business English Communication A
International Business Law A
International Financial Accounting
Integrated Project: Business Plan
MS Office Skills
Intermediated Financial Accounting
International Business and Management
Development and Learning-Academic and Intercultural Skills
Introduction to Market Research
Business English Communication B
In year two, you get to build on the knowledge and skills you acquired during your first year courses, but that’s not all. You can also attend courses like E-business, Sustainability and Business Ethics and Management Information Systems. Additionally, you’ll have the opportunity to learn a foreign language. You can choose from French, Dutch, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Chinese, Korean and Russian. International Business (IB) students know the importance of working alongside other cultures in our international classroom and language electives. This intercultural approach adds value to everything we do.
In year three, you’ll also specialise as a business professional in a range of minors. A few examples include brand management, human resource management, sustainable business and business in Africa/Asia/Latin America. In the second semester of year three, you’ll get to study abroad at one of IB’s 100-plus partner universities. You could end up in Latin America, Japan, Korea, USA, UK, Turkey, Indonesia, South Africa or Australia.
Internship and graduation
Often an undergraduate thesis is a challenging but obligatory task. After completing it most students never look at it again. What if we were to tell you that here at International Business (IB, the former IBMS) the subject of your thesis in year four could possibly save an international company thousands of Euros and generate real cash flow? And what if, as we have seen with so many students, your thesis can land you a job after graduation? At IB, students write their thesis in combination with the second internship of year four. One IB student, for example, analysed the Dutch consumer market to determine whether it was ready for Tom’s of Maine’s natural toothpaste. Another student found out whether RealeGroup, a company that offers insurances against cybercrime, has profitable market potential in Turin, Italy. These reports are the reasons why our graduates have high-end jobs at companies like Karl Lagerfeld, Nike, BlueLynx, BMW and Boston Consulting Group.