Compare programmes - bachelor

There are many issues to consider when choosing programme. Below you can make a comparison between different undergraduate programs, so you can identify which study is most relevant and interesting to you.

 
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BSc in International Business

The BSc in International Business gives you a broad understanding of business economics and strategy in a global context, and you learn how companies analyse and adjust to the complex opportunities and risks inherent when an organisation does business internationally.

BSc in International Business

Number of students per year180
Male / female65%/35%
Average age20,8
International students24%
Exchange option5th semester
Internship option5th semester
Special programme optionsGlobe and Global Supply Chain Management
Teaching languageEnglish
Master programmeCand.merc./MSc in Economics and Business Administration 14 linjer/14 concentrations

Admission

Grade point average for entry2019: 12,4
Grade point average for standbyNo standby
Number of places180
Quota 1 / quota 260%/40%
Motivational EssayYes - see Admission
MathematicsB
EnglishA
History or social studiesB
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BSc in International Business and Politics

The BSc in International Business and Politics teaches you how economic and political forces shape a globalising world — and how companies adjust their business strategies and working methods to meet political challenges.

BSc in International Business and Politics

Number of students per year140
Male / female52%/48%
Average age20,7
International students34%
Exchange option5th semester
Internship option5th semester
Teaching languageEnglish
Master programmeMSc in International Business and Politics

Admission

Grade point average for entry2019: 11,8
Grade point average for standbyNo standby
Number of places140
Quota 1 / quota 260%/40%
Motivational EssayYes - see Admission
MathematicsB
EnglishA
History or social studiesB
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BSc in Business, Language and Culture

The BSc in Business, Language and Culture will give you knowledge about international business conditions and the cultural, economic and social differences that companies need to understand to do business in foreign markets. You will also gain language skills in German, French or Spanish.

BSc in Business, Language and Culture

Number of students per year140
Male / female41%/59%
Average age20,9
International students33%
Exchange option5th semester
Internship optionNo
Teaching languageEnglish
Other teaching languagesSpanish, French or German
Master programmeMSc in Business, Language and Culture (2 concentrations)

Admission

Grade point average for entry2019: 8,4
Grade point average for standbyNo standby
Number of places140
Quota 1 / quota 270%/30%
Motivational EssayYes - see Admission
MathematicsB
EnglishA
History or social studiesB
2nd foreign language

If German: German at Intermediate Level B with minimum 6.0 or Beginner’s Level A with minimum 6.0.

If French: French at Intermediate Level B with minimum 6.0 or Beginner’s Level A with minimum 6.0.

If Spanish: Spanish at Beginner’s Level A with minimum 6.0.