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International Business School @ Hogeschool van Amsterdam, University of Applied Sciences dag algemeen int ronde_def

  2. 2. Today’s topics<br />The International Business School and our programmes<br />Our staff<br />Your profile<br />Why Hogeschool van Amsterdam?<br />Amsterdam<br />Structure of the programmes<br />Some courses <br />Practical information<br />Your questions<br />
  3. 3. International Business SchoolHogeschool van Amsterdam - University of Applied Sciences<br />School of Design and Communication<br />Dutch Programmes<br />International Business and Languages<br />School of Economics and Management<br />International Business School<br />International Business and Management<br />School of Education<br />International Financial Management<br />School of Health Professions<br />HvA<br />International Management<br />School of Social Work and Law<br />Trade Management Asia<br />School of Sports and Nutrition<br />School of Technology<br />
  4. 4. International Business School<br /><ul><li>All programmes entirely taught in English
  5. 5. In total 2,800 students
  6. 6. 15% full degree international students from 77 different nationalities
  7. 7. Large diversity in cultural background and nationality of our lectures
  8. 8. Other languages to learn: French, German, Spanish, Dutch. TMA students can choose from Mandarin, Hindi and Japanese
  9. 9. Practice based learning
  10. 10. Compulsory exchange abroad
  11. 11. Compulsory internship with international focus
  12. 12. You will study in Amsterdam in an international business environment</li></ul>Fraijlemaborg<br />(near Amsterdam ArenA)<br />
  13. 13. Our staff <br />Each programme has dedicated people for you<br />Programme Manager: lecturers, programmes, students<br />Mentor or Coach: projects and students<br />Student Advisor: trouble shooter for students<br />Student Counsellor<br />
  14. 14. Your profile <br />A dynamic positive attitude<br />A long term drive<br />A nerve to take risks<br />Flexibility<br />Focus on action<br />Interest in other cultures<br />Not afraid of reading books<br />
  15. 15. Why choose the International Business School?<br />We are the oldest and largest university of applied sciences in the Netherlands<br />We offer modern teaching facilities<br />We offer small scale and highly interactive classes<br />We offer an international environment<br />Babylonix; our own very active student organisation<br />Intensive cooperation with the University of Amsterdam<br />....and of course we are located in Amsterdam!<br />
  16. 16. Why Amsterdam?<br />Multicultural, Amsterdam houses 177 nationalities<br />Student-friendly city with more than 110,000 students<br />Gateway to Europe, Brussels, Paris and London can be reached within one hour by plane <br />Many large companies have their headquarters in Amsterdam, including ABN AMRO, Heineken, Hitachi and Sony<br />Amsterdam is ranked 6th as best place in Europe to locate a business according to the 2010 European Cities Monitor<br />
  17. 17. Structure of the programmes<br />semester 2<br />semester 1<br />major<br />- 27 ECTS for general foundation courses<br />- 3 ECTS for major<br />1st year<br />major<br />major<br />2nd year<br />minor<br />exchange at a partner institute (abroad)<br />3rd year<br />Final subjects in major and thesis<br />Internship (abroad)<br />4th year<br />= moment to switch<br />The period for the exchange, minor and internship may differ per programme.<br />
  18. 18. Some examples of courses<br />Cross Cultural Analysis (all)<br />Marketing Management (all)<br />Market Research (IBMS, IBL, TMA, IM)<br />Financial & Management Accounting (all and extra for IFM))<br />Second language <br />Third language (IBL) <br />Macro Economics (all)<br />European Union / European Contemporary History (IM)<br />Excel basics (all)<br />Management Information Systems (IFM)<br />Asian Trade/ Asian Culture (TMA)<br />Communication Skills in English (all)<br />Management Communication (IBMS)<br />SAP (IM, TMA and IBMS)<br />Young Enterprise Project (all, but with own focus)<br />Sports (all)<br />
  19. 19. Companies where our students do their internships<br />Paramount Pictures<br />ING<br />LG Electronics<br />PriceWaterhouseCoopers<br />Bank of China<br />Sony <br />Aqua Vitens<br />General Electrics<br />Sony<br />RBS<br />Accenture<br />....and many more<br />
  20. 20. Your future career, some examples<br />IBL: International product manager, manager corporate communications<br />IBMS: international marketing manager, business development manager<br />IFM: accountant, controller or financial manager <br />IM: import export manager, corporate account manager <br />TMA: area manager, import export manager<br />
  21. 21. Practical information<br />Admission requirements:<br />Abitur, Lycée or another equivalent<br />English language test (for non-native speakers); IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550 paper-based, 213 computer-based and 80 internet-based<br />All programmes start twice a year: February and September<br />Tuition fee 2011 -2012 € 1,713 for EU-students and € 7,200 for non-EU students<br />Our International Office offers help with practical matters e.g. residence permit or housing<br />The application procedure can be found on our website<br />
  22. 22. Thank you very much for your interest in our International Business School!<br />visit the information sessions of our programmes<br />visit the information fair on the first floor<br />visit<br />