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Bachelor of Arts International Management - BWL

Overview & Profile

General Information

Degree Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Duration 6 Semesters
Type of program Full-time study
Program start Every fall semester
Language(s) of instruction

German and English

Two language concentrations are also available:

  • Danish (German-Danish double degree, Bachelor of Arts/BSc ief).
  • Spanish (Bachelor of Arts )
Tuition fees None, but a semester fee is due every semester

About this degree program:

Program profile

European integration, globalization, migration: National and boundaries are falling. Management activities in companies, administrations and organizations are becoming more dynamic, more complex and more demanding. Bachelor of Arts program in International Management at EUF trains students to become highly qualified management professionals in national and international small and large companies.

You can choose between two language concentrations:

  • Danish (German-Danish double degree, Bachelor of Arts / B.A. int.)
  • Spanish (Bachelor of Arts degree)

Within your chosen concentration, you combine language training with business-oriented cultural area studies. Cultural area studies focus on Spain/Latin America or Scandinavia, depending on your language focus. And even before you graduate, in the program you’ll experience interculturality with students from all over the world and in cooperation with the University of Southern Denmark.

Most students spend their fifth semester abroad at one of our numerous partner universities worldwide.

Information for students in the German-Danish double degree program:

Students who select the Danish-language concentration attend classes directly at Syddansk Universitet (SDU) in Sønderborg (DK) two days a week (Tuesdays and Thursdays). Classes take place at Europa-Universität in Flensburg the rest of the week.

Students in the Spanish-language concentration can enroll in individual courses at SDU in Sønderborg.

Please note: Classes at SDU are taught in English and take place in Sønderborg (Denmark).

Further information is available on our institute’s web pages about the double degree program.

Accreditation:

Program Sturcture & Content

Recommended semester plan

Examination and Study Regulations for the Bachlor of Arts program in International Management – BWL at Europa-Universität Flensburg (2017)

1. Semester Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Area Studies (Elective)
(5 CP)
Danish language training (5 CP)
2. Semester Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Area Studies (Elective)
(5 CP)
Danish language training (5 CP)
3. Semester Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
English language training (5 CP) Danish language training (5 CP)
4. Semester Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Area Studies (Elective)
(5 LP)
Danish language training (5 CP) English language training (5 CP)
5. Semester Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
International Business & Economics (Elective) (5 CP) International Business & Economics (Elective) (5 CP) International Business & Economics (Elective) (5 CP) International Business & Economics (Elective) (5 CP) Area Studies (Elective)
(5 LP)
6. Semester Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Bachelor’s thesis with colloquium (Required subject Business studies) (15 CP) International Business & Economics (Elective) (5 CP) English language training (5 CP)

Examination and Study Regulations for the Bachlor of Arts program in International Management – BWL at Europa-Universität Flensburg (2017)

1. Semester Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Spanish language training (5 CP)
2. Semester Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Spanish language training (5 CP)
3. Semester Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Area Studies (Elective)
(5 LP)
Spanish language training (5 CP)
4. Semester Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Area Studies (Elective)
(5 LP)
International Business & Economics (Elective) (5 CP) International Business & Economics (Elective) (5 CP) Spanish language training (5 CP)
5. Semester Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
International Business & Economics (Elective) (5 CP) International Business & Economics (Elective) (5 CP) International Business & Economics (Elective) (5 CP) Area Studies (Elective)
(5 LP)
Area Studies (Elective)
(5 LP)
6. Semester Business studies
(Required subject)
(5 CP)
Bachelor’s thesis with colloquium (Required subject Business studies) (15 CP) Area Studies (Elective)
(5 LP)
International Business & Economics (Elective) (5 CP)

Important documents related to your studies at EUF

Every degree program has formal rules and regulations that define the study conditions for that program. You can use these regulations, together with the module catalogues for your chosen degree program, to plan out a semester schedule. This way, you’ll know ahead of time what courses you’ll be taking on which semesters. To check the legal framework conditions for this, see the examination regulations. Click below to see the most important formal regulatory documents related to your studies at EUF. 

Documents related to studying at EUF

Career prospects

Starting your career directly after graduation

After completing your bachelor's degree, you have various options for starting your career in a national or international company or organization.

You can enter directly as a generalist in small and medium-sized companies, or start as a trainee with large company. There you will manage various projects, specialize in a functional area, or serve as an assistant to the management.

With its language focus on Danish or Spanish and its interdisciplinary approach, our cross-border bachelor's degree program prepares you perfectly for this career path.

Alternative: Pursuing a master's degree

The bachelor’s degree program also prepares you to enter a master's degree program in economics, especially one with an international focus.

If you choose to go this route, Europa-Universität Flensburg offers you two program options: a master’s degree in International Management Studies – BWL or European Studies.

Advice & Contact Information

Front office:

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Kathrin Thomsen

Sekretariat derzeit N.N.

Phone
+49 461 805 2536
E-mail
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Building
Gebäude Madrid
Room
MAD 121
Street
Munketoft 3b
Post code / City
24937 Flensburg

Academic advising:

The academic program advisor answers subject-specific questions about your degree program.

Phone
0461 805 2541 (nur während der Sprechzeiten)
E-mail
studienberatung.iim-PleaseRemoveIncludingDashes-@uni-flensburg.de
Building
Madrid
Room
MAD 119
Street
Munketoft 3b
Post code / City
24943 Flensburg

Program institute:

For more information about this degree program, visit the website of the International Institute for Management and Economic Education (IIM).

Program institute

For questions about examinations:

For questions about exams please contact the

Servicecenter für Prüfungsangelegenheiten (SPA)

For general questions about studying at EUF:

If you have general questions about your studies at EUF, or ones that cross over into other subjects or disciplines, please contact the

Student Guidance and Counseling Service

Application & Admission

Application & Admission

Thinking about applying? Click below to view the eligibility requirements for this program and find out more about application and admission:

Application & Admission