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Business & Economics

Business & Management

BSc International Business Administration

3 years

€1470 pa

Programme profile


This programme is offered by the Lucerne School of Business, one of five Schools of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts. Its activities include a wide range of research and consultancy projects in close cooperation with business as well as government and non-government organisations. These contacts shape the profile of our Bachelor and Master programmes, which have been designed with the needs and interests of both graduates and employers in mind. The programme will provide you not only with a solid foundation in general management and economics, but with a truly international perspective as well. It enables you to meet the essential requirements for a future career in an international business context, either at home or abroad.

The programme offers a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of contemporary management theory and practice, as well as an informed perception of the multifaceted economic, political and legal backdrop that determines national and international business activities and an insight into global relations, organisations and policies. Students at the Lucerne School of Business take an autonomous and methodical approach to studying. They are aware of the importance of team work for effective problem-solving and are prepared to cope with the complexity and uncertainties that are characteristic attributes of contemporary business life.

Fee is a conversion from Swiss Francs at the rate in force on 01.03.2016

Programme content


Year 1: Management Structures; Information Management; Financial Management. Mathematics; Communication; Academic Writing or German Language; Academic Methods; Marketing Management; Corporate Environment; Presentations or German Language

Year 2: Human Resources; Corporate Finance; Welfare & Sustainability; Corporate Communication; Texts for Companies or German Language; Academic Methods; Social & Political Backgrounds; World Economy; Stakeholder Communication; Quantitative Research Methods; Intercultural Management; Managerial Economics

Year 3: Entrepreneurship; Global Cultures; Communicating in Projects or German Language; Corporate Ethics; International Project Management; International Economics & Trade; International Development Policies; International Value Chain Management; International Financial Markets; Start-Up Business Plan; Bachelors Thesis

Progression


The university does not currently offer any related Masters programmes, taught through English

Entry Requirements


General Certificate of Education (with examination in 8 subjects where at least 3 are A-levels, alternatively 2 A-levels + 2 AS-levels. Subjects required usually include English, a Second language, Mathematics and a Humanities or Social Sciences subject (e.g. Geography, History or Economics)

Leaving Certificate showing at least 6 subjects of which at least 2 are Higher Level subjects (at least Grade C3) Subjects required usually include English, a Second language, Mathematics [at Higher level] and a Humanities or Social Sciences subject (e.g. Geography, History or Economics)

No

Yes

No

1. Proven knowledge in Financial Accounting
2. University might look for relevant work expereince

01 January

30 April