BBA New Business & BA (Hons) in Business Management

Note: As of September 2017, application for the BBA in Business is no longer possible. The last group has started in September 2017, expecting to graduate in 2020/2021. Are you interested in following an academic Bachelor in Business program at Nyenrode Business Universiteit? Click here for more information.

Highlights

  • Real life business cases in India and China
  • Create your own Start-Up in our Incubator
  • Studying a semester at the University of Westminster in London
  • Main location in Amsterdam, with some intensive weeks at Nyenrode campus in Breukelen and one semester in London
  • Double degree: BBA and BA (Hons)
  • Internationally oriented - study a semester abroad
  • Practice your skills in our Incubator

In short

  • Amsterdam
  • 28 August 2017
  • 3 years
  • full-time
  • English
  • € 18,865 per annum

Contact

As of September 2017, application for the BBA in Business is no longer possible. The last group has started in September 2017, expecting to graduate in 2020/2021. Are you interested in following an academic Bachelor in Business program at Nyenrode Business Universiteit? Click here for more information.

Our BBA New Business & BA (Hons) in Business Management program takes three years and is multi-disciplinary. It consist of modules organized in tracks of academic theory, personal and professional development and applied theory.

Within the curriculum we offer compulsory core modules that cover the main areas of business organizations. Alongside the core modules we offer specializations in the fields of:

  • Creative Industries
  • Innovative Marketing
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Financial Management
Your investment for this program is € 18,865 per year.

Nyenrode New Business School is affiliated with the University of Westminster in London. Through this partnership you are part of a degree program that results in both a BBA New Business degree and a BA (Hons) Business Management degree, accredited in the Netherlands (NVAO) and the United Kingdom (QAA) respectively.