You can study the programme B.A. International Business at the following locations:
Accreditations & awards
A degree is only valuable if it is generally recognised. We ensure this threefold. Firstly, through state accreditation: CBS International Business School is a private university state-recognised by the German Science Council and the Ministry of Science of North Rhine-Westphalia. Secondly, through the regular accreditation of all courses by FIBAA (Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation) for content, topicality and studyability. FIBAA examines the courses on behalf of the Accreditation Council of the Federal Republic. Thirdly, through—successful—participation in rankings, such as the renowned CHE ranking (known from the ZEIT Studienführer) or the university ranking of the Wirtschaftswoche.
You can further specialise in the following areas:
– Digital Management
– Financial Management
– Human Resources Management and Leadership
– International Trade
– Management Consulting
– Marketing Management
Semester abroad & internship
The bachelor's programme is completed by an internship of at least 8 weeks during the lecture-free period and a study abroad programme at one of over 120 partner universities in the fifth semester. In the second semester, you deal with a real or realistic case of a practice partner in the ‘Business Project’. The programme ends after six semesters with the bachelor's thesis.
Enrolment fees: €600 (one-time)
Semester fees: €350
Tuition fees: €43,740 EUR (€7,290.00/semester)
Your studies, your choice! Everybody should be able to persure their dream career and study their dream programme, regardless of their financial status.
There are many ways and possibilities to finance your studies. Those who claim that they cannot afford to pay for their studies are not familiar with the many financing options that students in Germany have. The CBS offers you its own scholarship programmes to finance your studies, various programmes offer students the chance to be granted with financial support in the form of a scholarship.