Digital Discovery Days: International Business
The Digital Discovery Days provide you with all the info you need about your preferred study programme, from the comfort of your home! Join the online session about International Business: meet lecturers, talk to current students and ask all your questions. You can get ready by watching the videos below and consulting the FAQ.
The next Digital Discovery Day is on the 17th of January 2024Join us during the Digital Discovery Day!
Frequently asked questions about International Business
In our International Business degree programme, we give students the opportunity to get acquainted with conscious business in addition to the traditional business models, in an educational environment where there is contact with real companies from the first week of lectures onwards. Visit the International Business programme's page for more information.
A good command of the English language is important. This includes oral, writing, reading and listening skills. It is good to know that more is asked of the writing and oral skills in the International Business degree programme.
No, you will choose your final track after six months. During the first half year, the programme offers you orientation modules to prepare you well for making a choice. At the start of the second semester, you will then start with the subjects that belong to the track you have chosen.
Last year we had 35 different nationalities within our student population and the percentage of international students was 40% and the percentage of students from the Netherlands was 60%.
Last year 85% of the graduates found a job within 3 months after graduation.
Last year the drop-out rate was about 30-35% of the students who started in September.
The International Business degree programme will not offer work placement companies, because it is important for the student to find a company that best suits his or her interests. Until now, all students have always managed to find a suitable work placement company.
The International Business School currently has 80 partner schools. The International Business School currently has 55 partner universities in Europe and 25 outside Europe. Some of the countries where you could study are: Scotland, Chile, South Korea, France, the United States, New Zealand, Germany, Spain and Norway.
Yes, financial support is possible from the Erasmus fund, for example for an internship and/or study abroad. More information is available at https://www.studyinholland.nl/finances/scholarships/find-a-scholarship.
Yes, a non-Dutch student may stay a maximum of two semesters in a country where the language of instruction is equal to the mother tongue.
Not able to join the Digital Discovery Day Q&A live stream sessions? Watch the recorded Q&A session with Saxion students and lecturers from the Online Open Days in April 2020. Or visit one of the other Digital Discovery Days.
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