International Management (B.A.)

Key facts

Key facts

  • Degree: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), B.A. int.
  • Study Contents:
    • Management- and Business Sciences
    • Business Administration
    • Advanced Economics
    • Work- and Organisational Psychology
    • Information Technology
    • Statistics, Social-scientific Methods and Law Basics
  • There are two language areas offered:
    • Danish (German-Danish Double Degree Bachelor of Arts / B.A. int.)
    • Spanish (Degree Bachelor of Arts)
  • Study Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Susanne Royer
  • Regular Study Time: 6 Semesters, 180 CP
  • Languages of Instruction: German / English / Danish or Spanish
  • Start of Studies: every winter term
  • Admission Restriction:
    • Information is available here or on the application pages of the programme.
    • The NC is re-termined at each application date.
  • Tuition Fees: no, but a semester fee.

Further Information: Study Programm Brochure (as a Download - German language)



The Bachelor of Arts International Management combines a classic economics basic training with international and social science emphasis. There are two languange areas offer

  • Danish (Germna-Danish Double Degree Bachelor of Arts / B.A. int.)
  • Spanish (Degree Bachelor of Arts)

The Linguistic Education is associated with economically oriented cultural studies that ahre taught in the chosen language. The cultural studies deal - depending on the langauge focus - with Spain/Latin America and Scandinavia. Teaching languages are German, English and Spanish or Danish. 

Note for the coming winter term WiSe 2014/15:

Who selects the Danish focus will attend courses (Tuesdays and Thursdays) at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) in Sønderborg/DK.

Those who study the Spanish Focus has the possibility to attend single courses at the SDU in Sønderborg/DK.

Further information are available here.

The study programme has been accredited through the Foundation for Int. Business Administration Accreditation (FIBAA).






Study Structure International Management



Below are the current module catalog and the current study and examination regulations.

Older versions are available here.

module catalog 2012

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examination regulation

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Professional Perspectives

Professional Perspectives

Graduates are suitable for direct entry as a generalist in smaller or medium-sized enterprises as well as for a trainee programme of a large company.

Also working as an assistant or assistant to the executive in national and international companies may be possible due to the international orientation .

From the perspective of professional practice, the objectives of the program meet the requirements in a competitive environment that is increasingly influenced by internationality.


The course is also preparing for an economics- oriented master's programme, especially if this has an international orientation .

At Europa-Universität Flensburg, you have the opportunity to join the Master 's programme in International Management Studies (M.A.) or Master 's degree in European Studies.

Information and Counseling

Information and Counseling


  • CampusCareer
  • Programme Advisor: Anna Thomsen

Going Abroad

  • If you want to go abroad, you will find all necessary information at the International Center.

Further Links

  • AStA  (students' union executive committee)


You want to apply?

All information about the online application process can be found here!

Information on studying without university-entrance diploma can be found here!