B.A. International Management

IU International University of Applied Sciences
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Bachelor degree

Germany

English

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Overview

The IU B.A. in International Management is the ideal way to start your international career. You’ll learn the fundamentals of business and gain expertise to tackle the challenges of management in the digital age. As processes and infrastructures change as a result of digitalisation and globalisation, you’ll possess agile and flexible management techniques to successfully lead teams, coordinate projects, and communicate with clients. With this degree, you can also specialise in areas like marketing, sales and public relations, accounting, financing or human resources. With IU, you can study 100% online, on campus, or switch between both with their new flexible studies option.

Two Degrees, Double the Advantage

IU International University of Applied Sciences (IU) has partnered with London South Bank University to give you the chance to have your degree validated by two institutions. When you choose this option, you’ll graduate from IU with both a German degree and a British degree, giving you a major career boost! This opportunity comes with no extra study courses or travelling.

Program Structure

1st semester

  • Academic Integrity and Writing for Business
  • Business 101
  • Managerial Economics
  • Introduction to Academic Work
  • Principles of Management
  • Global Corporations and Globalisation

2nd semester

  • Business Mathematics
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Management Accounting
  • Supply Chain Management I
  • International Marketing
  • Statistics - Probability and Descriptive Statistics

3rd semester

  • Change Management
  • International Contract Management
  • Intercultural and Ethical Decision-Making
  • Intercultural Psychology
  • International Brand Management
  • Leadership 4.0

4th semester

  • Global Sourcing
  • International HR Management
  • Intercultural Management
  • Corporate Finance and Investment
  • Corporate Communication
  • Customer Relationship Management

5th semester

  • Digital Business Models
  • Agile Project Management
  • Conflict Management and Mediation
  • Seminar: Current Issues in International Management
  • Electives A

Choose one module from Electives A:

  • Applied Sales
  • Business Intelligence
  • Financial Services Management
  • Managing People and Fundamentals of Business Psychology
  • Online and Social Media Marketing

6th semester

  • Electives B
  • Electives C
  • Bachelor Thesis & Colloquium

Choose one module from Electives B:

  • Fundamentals of Operations Research
  • Introduction to Data Science and Programming with Python
  • IT Service Management
  • Smart Factory

Choose one module from Electives C:

  • Applied Sales
  • Business Intelligence
  • Financial Services Management
  • Fundamentals of Operations
  • Research
  • Introduction to Data Science and Programming with Python
  • IT Service Management
  • Managing People and Fundamentals of Business Psychology
  • Online and Social Media Marketing
  • Smart Factory

Academic Requirements:

  • Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate such as A-Levels, IB Diploma including your Transcript of Records.
  • Proof of eligibility to study a bachelor's degree at university in Germany.

Depending on your chosen programme, academic level, and background, you might need to also take one of the following to make sure you are ready to study with us:

  • Bachelor Entrance Examination
  • Pathway Programme
  • English Level:
    - Proof of English skills.
    - Speexx B2.2 Certificate (complimentary when signing up with IU - free of charge)
    - If English is your native language or you graduated from an English-speaking school/university, you do not have to prove your English skills.