Study International Business at the School of Business and Economics
Important to know
International Business is a “numerus fixus” programme. This means that you will need to take part in a selection procedure because there is a limited number of places available: You have to fill out an (a.o.) international classroom essay and upload a cv*, certified statement of grades, supporting documents, and disclaimer in standard templates.
The deadline to apply via Studielink and complete your application file is 15 January 2023, 23:59 CET.
Study BSc International Business at a Triple Crown Accredited School of Business and Economics
Do you want to study in one of the best International Business bachelor programmes in the Netherlands? Don't wait to long to apply, start your application on time! Last year about 1300+ applied and while we only have 875 available places. If you wait until the deadline to apply, you might be short in time to correct and/or complete your application. Our experience learns that it may take a few weeks to complete an application.
Live Q&A Sessions on Instagram
Do you have any questions about the study programme and student life in Maastricht? Then join our Live Q&A's with the programme leaders and student ambassadors on Instagram on December 15 and January 12.
All live sessions take place between 16:00 and 17:00.
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Specialisation: Emerging Market
Most of the world’s economic growth is taking place in rising economic powers such as the BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India, China) and other countries in Asia, Latin America, Africa and Eastern Europe. In this specialisation, you’ll use a multi-disciplinary approach to study these emerging economies and the new business opportunities associated with their growth.
This specilisation is unique to this programme. You will learn what drives the high growth in these markets, how they are evolving, where the next business opportunities will be, and how to make responsible management and policy decisions in these rapidly changing and sometimes fragile economies!
A day in the life of an International Business student
"Learning how to conduct business in an intenational environment"
- Fabienne Fritzsching