International Business


Type of DegreeBSc

CostEUR 2,168

Cost non-EUEUR 9,500

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Is this programme for you?

What is the difference between doing business in India and in Germany? How does a firm handle the opportunities and challenges of globalisation? Setting up a factory abroad or expanding your market to other countries is no easy task. What do you need to know in order to do so successfully? If you find business cases like these appealing, then International Business might be the right choice for you.

International Business is challenging and fast-paced. You need to be hard-working and be able to understand mathematical expressions, quantitative research methods and economics. Most importantly, you need to be deeply interested in the broad range of issues that make doing business different from country to country. Learning from lecturers and fellow students from diverse nationalities is therefore essential.

Why study International Business with the University of Groningen?

The Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Groningen ranks in the top 1% of business schools worldwide.

The programme has an international and multidisciplinary focus, combining courses in Business Management, Sociology, Economics and Law.

In your third year, you will spend a semester abroad at one of our international partner universities.

How to apply

The minimum entry requirements for this programme are three A Levels.

This programme has a numerus fixus with a maximum of 450 students a year. Candidates must apply by 15 January.

Career opportunities

The FEB Careers Company will support you throughout your studies with activities to prepare you for your future career. Many FEB alumni start their career as an export manager, international marketer, international sales manager, international product manager, human resources manager, consultant or researcher.

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About A Star Future

A Star Future provides information and guidance to British students looking to pursue their undergraduate studies abroad.

Through our presentations in schools and our websites we aim to ensure that British-educated students are well informed about their choices.