International Business AdministrationBachelors degree program
6 Semesters, 180 ECTS
Practical Training Semester (min. 16 weeks)
Bachelor of Arts
The International Business Administration bachelor program at Lauder Business School emphasizes an international, competitive education in business administration with a strong focus on practical application. This program is designed to provide you with a well-rounded, state-of-the-art education and prepare you for employment in organizations and enterprises with an international focus. You will work on real-life management-related problems and equip yourself with the skills and competencies you will need for creative and effective decision-making in the dynamic business world. At LBS, students get the chance to study both the global economy and international business by merging the best that the American business educational system has to offer with the finest European business tradition.
A degree in Business Administration opens a vast array of career opportunities and develops broad foundational skills, such as analytic skills, critical thinking, communications, negotiations, coordination and decision-making. These are valuable in a variety of careers and across business fields. Moreover, if you opt for an International Business Administration degree at LBS, you will learn to work in diverse teams with people of different backgrounds and cultures. And when we say international – we mean it. At LBS we host students of 47 different nationalities from all around the world. On our campus you will meet your future business partners, colleagues, successful alumni, and potential employers. You will be able to enhance your professional network and leverage it also long after your graduation.
Our experienced and committed faculty of real-world practitioners and academic researchers will give you a comprehensive introduction to the theory and offer practical examples from their professional life. At LBS, emphasis is put on the practical side of education. In simulation exercises, real-life project work and industry-related research, you will be prepared to creatively and efficiently tackle business challenges.
- Specialize in Marketing for SME’s or international Finance (starting from the 4th semester)
- 4-month internship as part of the program (during the 6th semester)
- Fixed duration of studies (3 years)
- Finance/Marketing Business Simulation
- Connect with the Bloomberg Professional Services
- Introduction to Data-Driven and Growth Marketing
- Introduction to The Economics of Sustainability
- Learn one additional foreign language
- Real-world practitioners as lecturers
- Interactive & international study environment
- Group work & project-based learning
- Any student who graduated after December 12th, 2018, the date of LBS’ entering the ACBSP candidacy, is grandfathered into graduating from an ACBSP accredited study program.
- In accordance with § 2 (2) University of Applied Sciences Act (Fachhochschulgesetz) as amended, the tuition fee for EU nationals (including those of Switzerland and EEA countries) is €363.36/semester, and €726.72 /semester for non-EU nationals.
Product Manager, Finance Analyst, Business Development Manager, Project Manager, Management Consultant, Marketing Manager, Sales Manager, Process Manager, Branch Manager, Entrepreneur, HR generalist, etc.
Please note: Students need to complete both core and flexible modules of the program. The difference is that flexible modules of the curricula are evaluated and adapted according to job market requirements whereas core modules constitute the academic foundation of the program. In order to enhance our graduate employability, we regularly adapt our courses based on the latest developments and demands of the labor market.
4 (4) Fachhochschulstudiengesetz (Austrian law for universities of applied sciences) states: „(4) Fachliche Zugangsvoraussetzung zu einem Fachhochschul-Bachelorstudiengang ist die allgemeine Universitätsreife […]“, i.e. you may only start your studies with a university entrance qualification.
The general matriculation standard (cf. section 4, sub-section 4 FHStG, as amended) is to be documented by one of the following certificates:
- Austrian school-leaving certificate (Maturazeugnis, Reifeprüfungszeugnis);
- Another type of Austrian certificate documenting the candidate’s right to attend the relevant UAS degree program. This includes a university entrance certificate and a certificate documenting a completed vocational education;
- A foreign certificate equivalent to one of these Austrian certificates, based on an agreement under international law; a recognized decision made by the head of the domestic UAS degree program on a case-by-case basis;
- Pre-requisites Mathematics
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What Our Graduates Say
"My experience at LBS was great and unique! During my studies of “Intercultural Management and Leadership” I received a profound knowledge in the area of my interest and met long-life friends. LBS had a significant impact on my personal development. There I experienced studying and working in a highly international environment, which ultimately defined my career path."
Global LT, Recruiter EMEA
"Keep it real 🙂 Study hard and make great friends. Don’t shy away from any challenges and try to dream big. Nothing is impossible when you try just a little harder. LBS was a great stepping stone for me and enabled me to achieve great heights in my career later on. I’m humbled to say that it all started in LBS!"
R2G Digital, Founder & CEO
"Lauder Business School is where I learned my business ABC’s and where I laid the first cornerstones of building my professional network. One of the best memories from studying there would have to be the classes with Prof. Christian Mehlich and the mentorship conversations with him outside the classroom."
Microsoft, Marketing Manager
"Lauder Business School Vienna provided me with the practical learning approach, developed using-real life case studies. Those allowed me to look at real business challenges from a CFO / CEO perspective, while being a pragmatic authoritative leader. Also, I had the precious opportunity of being taught by Prof. Joel Stern, which was an absolutely breath-taking experience. One thing I wanted to take away from this program, in addition to the leadership component, was a better understanding of initiating change in today’s uncertain financial markets."
David Kralik, M.A.
GE Power Austria, Project Control Analyst