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The Bachelor of Arts International Management - BWL is an internationally oriented degree programme in economics that also includes the learning or deepening of a foreign language (Danish or Spanish). Business and economic contents are linked with regional knowledge and brought into international contexts, depending on the choice of specialisation. The courses are held in German, English and the respective foreign language chosen.
Economics, area studies and language skills combined
European integration, globalization, migration: National and cultural boundaries are falling. Management activities in companies, administrations and organizations are becoming more dynamic, more complex and more demanding. In our bachelor's degree program International Management - Business Administration, we train highly qualified management trainees for national and international small and large companies.
A basic education in economics (marketing, strategic management, human resource management, micro- and macroeconomics, controlling, etc.) is complemented by lectures and seminars in the field of qualitative and social science methods, cultural area studies (Scandinavia or Latin America/Southern Europe, depending on the chosen focus) and foreign language skills (Danish or Spanish).
Living internationality: Already during your studies you will experience interculturality with exchange students from all over the world and in cooperation with Syddansk Universitet. The majority of students spend their 5th semester abroad at one of the numerous
Crossing borders - one study, two degrees
Students of the Danish language branch attend classes at Syddansk Universitet (SDU) in Sønderborg (DK) every week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. For the specially arranged bus shuttle that takes you from Flensburg city center to the Danish campus, we charge a fee of about 80 € per semester (subject to change). On the other days of the week, the courses take place on the campus of the European University in Flensburg.
For more information about the possibility of a double degree, please click here.
Students in the Spanish language branch may also have the opportunity to take individual courses at SDU in Sønderborg.
The curriculum of the program is divided into four areas:
- Compulsory subject Economics
- Elective 1: International Business & Economics
- Elective 2: Area Studies
- Language training
Below is a list of regularly offered courses, divided between fall and spring semesters.
Please note that the lists below are for orientation! The courses offered may vary from semester to semester. The courses currently offered can always be found in the current course catalog.
For more detailed information on the individual courses, please consult the module catalog or the websites of the responsible departments.
Application & Admission
All information about the application, the application and admission procedure as well as the admission requirements and additional qualifications can be found on the pages of the Student Services:
Qualifications & Occupations
After completing the bachelor's degree, you have various options for starting your career in (inter)national companies and organizations.
You can join small and medium-sized companies directly as a generalist or go to a large company as a trainee. There you will deal with the management of various projects, specialize in a functional area or join as an assistant to the management.
The cross-border bachelor's degree program prepares you perfectly for this with its language focus on Danish or Spanish and its interdisciplinary approach.
See a selection of graduates talking about their experiences.
The program also prepares you for a master's degree in economics, especially if it has an international focus. Many of our graduates find their way to renowned universities in Germany or abroad. At the Europa-Universität Flensburg, you also have the option of completing the master's program in International Management Studies - BWL (M.A.) or the master program European Studies.
What does globalization or European integration have to do with my future working life? National and cultural boundaries are falling. Management actions in companies, administrations and organizations are becoming more dynamic, complex and demanding. Intercultural contexts represent an important part of professional life in national as well as international small and large companies.
You want to get a real impression?
Then why not give it a try!
You have the opportunity to experience a day as a test student, attend lectures and seminars, get to know the campus and students of the respective study program and thus get a better impression of what to expect in your studies with us.
You can find more information here:
If you have any questions about the content of the program or the course of study, please feel free to contact our academic advisor.
The application and admission procedure is organized centrally by the Admissions Office of the European University Flensburg. If you have any questions about the application process or other administrative questions regarding admission and/or application, you are at the right place:
Are you a student of the B.A. IM and do you have questions about the (foreign) recognition of academic achievements or about course registration? Then the Central Institute Office (ZIS) is the right place for you:
For all questions regarding the double degree in cooperation with SDU, the Danish secretariat, also known as "SDU Studieservice", will advise you:
If you have any questions regarding examination matters, the registration of internships or the preparation of certificates, please first consult the pages of the Service Center for Examination Matters. If you do not find a satisfactory answer there, you will be helped here: