BachelorInternational Business Management
The Bachelor of Science degree in International Business Management provided at the Haute école de gestion de Genève, is strongly centered on the practical aspects of management in an international context, and taught entirely in English.
This professional program includes the study of fundamental business management topics (Management, Leadership, Political economy, Marketing, Human resources management, Communication, Law, International accounting or Finance), while exploring the international dimensions of these subjects. A particular emphasis is put on the challenges of dealing with the various business stakeholders in a multinational and multicultural context, while keeping a global perspective of the business. Leadership courses forge the skills which are essential to enable graduates to grow and evolve in a world in constant evolution.
The main teaching objectives of the program are to allow the students to acquire sound management and business administration skills, along with a good foundation in the areas of economics and law, from an international perspective. Graduates will be capable of fostering innovation, managing risks, and implementing projects with an international dimension. They will incorporate this international dimension in their daily management activities.
Major and minor elective courses in international subjects are offered in the final year; the emphasis is on such fields as international commodity trading, emerging markets, business analysis, corporate finance and risk management, international organizations, or integrated marketing communication.
Course organisation and fees
A contribution to course fees may be charged. This varies depending on the school. Please enquire with the relevant admissions department.
The main opportunities for graduates of the International Business Management program are small or large companies involved in international activities. Potential employers include international and multinational corporations, Swiss companies involved in international activities, and international and non-governmental organizations.
Employment sectors include international finance, trading, audit, marketing, communication and sales, human resources and intercultural management, public administration and services, or international and non-profit organizations.
For further information on admission requirements and registration please contact the School