Why study Business Administration?
You will be taught a wider range of perspectives than 'just' economics or IT in organisations.
More focus on acquiring research skills than in other business programmes in the Netherlands
A personal approach to education and small-scale teaching
Six months of studying or internship abroad as optional or fixed part of the programme
What will you learn?
Business Administration offers you a broad range of topics, with consideration not only for international management, but also for psychology, sociology, communication, economics, and law. For example, there is ample consideration given to the role of social and cultural aspects within organisations. After all, conducting good business is a job involving extensive human interaction. You will look at the interaction between all stakeholders involved, such as managers, employees, shareholders and clients; a framework that is even more complex and interesting within international interactions.
Future career prospects
After a Master's specialisation you have a wide range of job opportunities. You can think of:
- Consultant or advisor at Capgemini
- Human resource director at Ahold
- Marketing or communication advisor at Unilever
- Productmanager at Kirkman Company
- Business analyst at a retail company