Bachelor

International Business Management

Taught in English, 180 ECTS, 3 academic years, Campus Kantienberg
Do you dream of an international career? Are you eager to broaden your horizon? Do your ambitions reach beyond the borders of your country? Then our bachelor’s degree in International Business Management is just what you are looking for. This full three-year bachelor programme is taught in English.

“If you have an eye for business and dream of an international career, this bachelor programme is right up your alley.”

Who are you?

- You have international career goals.
- You want to merge solid business expertise with 21st century digital skills.
- You want to attain a high level of business English proficiency.

Programme

Let’s unlock your inner entrepreneur.
Both Belgian and international lecturers guide you in developing the most crucial business management skills.

After graduation

95% of our students find work within one year of completing their studies. At the end of your three-year programme you are ready to shine in a cross-cultural context. You have developed a flexible mindset, excellent communication skills and digital knowledge. We bet you cannot name one single employer who is not looking for such an interesting profile.

Why this programme?

Practice orientation, personal coaching and an international focus are key pillars of the programme.

Start your application.

Discover the enrolment procedure, the tuition fee and and the admission requirements for International Business Management.

Campus and accessibility

Campus 'Stropkaai' and Campus 'Kantienberg' are situated in the heart of Ghent. Find out how we make you feel @Home @Campus, even during a pandemic.

FAQs

Requirements, fees, housing,...

Start in February

Were you unable to start in September? Or do you want to switch from another programme? You can still start your Bachelor International Business Management in February!

I definitely appreciated the consistent international focus of the various courses. You learn about doing business with people of different cultures in an international context and you really get the chance to experience it yourself. My advice to new students? Don’t be afraid to be ambitious. Open yourself to new challenges. But, most of all, enjoy it!

- Ibe Cornu, former student Bachelor International Business Management and current master student in Rotterdam

Questions about this programme?

Bachelor of International Business Management
IBM Student Administration Officer
Sylvie Declercq
T 09 234 71 20
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