International Business and Languages (IBL)

Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences
Rotterdam, South Holland, Netherlands
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
4 years
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Tuition fee (local)
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Tuition fee (foreign)
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Entry Requirements

EU students (and students from Suriname, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway )

To be admitted to this study programme you need to have a secondary school diploma equivilent to a Dutch HAVO, VWO or MBO diploma. You also need to meet the language requirements for the study programme: Ielts 6.0/Toefl iBT 80
When you send your completed application form to our Global Recruitment  & Student Support team (GR&SS) they will check that your diploma and your level of English meet the requirements for the bachelor programme and will contact you for an intake interview.
*If you do not yet meet the language requirements the GR&SS office may advise you to take a preparation course.


Non EU students

To be admitted to this study programme you need to have a secondary school diploma equivilent to a Dutch HAVO, VWO or MBO diploma. You also need to meet the language requirements for the study programme: Ielts 6.0/Toefl iBT 80

Note:Chinese students also need to submit a Nuffic certificate: www.nuffic.nl

When you send your completed application form to our Global Recruitment  & Student Support team (GR&SS) they will check that your diploma and your level of English meet the requirements for the bachelor programme and will contact you for an intake interview.
*If you do not yet meet the language requirements the GR&SS office may advise you to take a preparation course.
 
Non EU students who already live in the Netherlands also have to send a copy of a valid residence permit which proves they are entitled to stay in the Netherlands, a copy of address registration in the Netherlands (GBA form or copy of your housing contract) and a statement concerning all previous education since arrival in the Netherlands. Please enclose your transcript and send a proof of enrolment of the school you are studying at this moment.

Curriculum

Basic Subjects

The following subjects from the basis of the study programme English, Marketing, Economics, Research methods, Communication and Projects.

 

Profession specific subjects

The programme also includes subjects such as international Marketing and Management, Sales, Market Research, Modern foreign languages, Cross Cultural Management, Economics and Law.

 

Elective Modules

It is possible to fill in part of your study programme with elective modules. Being able to make your own choices gives you space to add to your personal development in this way students can achieve independence, and gradually progress from guided to supervised, and subsequently to indeperndent and self-reliant learning.

Minors

In the first half of the fourth year you follow a minnor of your choice. A minor is a programme that allows you to specialise in a certain area. Through your minor you can deepen your knowledge in an aspect of your chosen field, or broaden your knowledge in a complementary area. This will help prepare you for your proffesional career and broaden your options in the labour market. 

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