Economics and Business Economics
Bachelor of Science (BSc.) in Economics and Business Economics
Build a strong foundation: get a global view of the key issues and a sound take on international economics. Solve real problems with the right tools and go on to a top-flight career or higher studies.
What effects is the financial crisis having on the world economy? What about the impact of China's rapid economic growth? Explore the answers to these and other key questions in this top-flight programme.
The Erasmus School of Economics at is top class with a strong international dimension. Rotterdam is a dynamic business hub and world port, and the student body is diverse and cosmopolitan. Take advantage of the full palette of teaching methods available, and learn and apply the whole gamut of analytical and practical skills you need for a successful academic or business career. Participate in exchange programmes, and go on to higher studies or to work as a stock-exchange analyst, entrepreneur, financial adviser, marketing manager, or policy analyst.
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Career opportunities for Economics and Business graduates remain buoyant. Economists from Rotterdam’s Erasmus University are well-respected and Rotterdam itself offers many interesting and varied employment opportunities. This applies to by far most of our successful graduates from all social, educational and ethnic backgrounds, who go on to pursue a wide array of careers.
The International Bachelor programme Economics and Business Economics offers you:
Curriculum International Bachelor Economics and Business Economics
The International Bachelor Economics and Business Economics (IBEB) is a three-year, English-language programme. The first two years have a fixed curriculum, after which you will have the opportunity to include elective courses and begin to focus on your chosen specialisation in the third year. International perspectives are encouraged and we emphasise on developing analytical and problem-solving skills.
The programme consists of core courses, including microeconomics, macroeconomics, international economics, accounting, marketing, organisation, economics of ageing and finance. During the course of study, students are able to further develop their writing, reading, speaking and presentation skills. Having attained their Bachelor of Science degree (BSc) most of our students move on to a master’s programme.
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Are you interested in international issues relating to economics and business economics? Do topics like the financial crisis and the expansion of the Chinese economy raise your interest? If you are ambitious, self-motivated and eager to study together with other international students, the International Bachelor Economics and Business Economics (IBEB) programme is for you.
Due to the small scale of the International Bachelors programme, only a limited number of places is available each year. We take great care in selecting our students from the large number of applications received. Competence in the English language is compulsory, for example, and must be proven before an admission request is made.
If you meet or will soon meet the admission requirements and you have decided to apply at Erasmus School of Economics, you must follow several steps in the application procedure.
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Most students do start on a Master degree immediately after completing their International Bachelor’s Economics and Business Economics. The Erasmus School of Economics offers several thrilling Master programmes in Economics and Business.