Last Updated on April 14, 2021
The bachelor of entrepreneurship and International Business Administration is based on a broad, basic academic education and, as a rule, consists of six semesters.
Students taking part in this bachelor of entrepreneurship and international business administration receive training in the functional areas of business, allowing them to develop important managerial and entrepreneurial skills. These skills are necessary for success in a rapidly changing business environment. Special emphasis is placed on management and entrepreneurial orientation from an international perspective.
The knowledge of entrepreneurship in theory and practice, business processes and management functions is complemented by further broader specific areas like accounting, finance, marketing, law, psychology, organisational behaviour, IT, and qualitative and quantitative research methods.
Furthermore, through a historical view of management as well as a study of corporate and business ethics issues, the students of this study programme develop a historically embedded and society oriented perspective. This holistic approach in the tradition of the ideal of “management as a liberal art” (Peter Drucker) should sensitise students not only to take responsibility in their field of business, but also for society and the environment as well.
Students of the bachelor of science in entrepreneurship are allowed to combine their major in International Business Administration and Entrepreneurship with various minor study programmes such as economics, sustainability, political science or business psychology – to name only a few; thus, students can choose their own specialisation pursuing careers in many fields. In combination with the Leuphana Semester and the Complementary Studies Programme, students of this bachelor of science in entrepreneurship get the freedom they need to follow own interests and passions.
Admission Requirement For The Bachelor of Entrepreneurship and International Business Administration
High School certificate for EU Citizens
GCE A’Levels or One Year University Studies for NON EU Applicants
The required documents:
- Printed and signed online application form
- Copies of school learning certificates with grades from the 10th school year upwards. These must be translated into German or English and attested by the German embassy/ consulate in the home country.
- Language certificates
- CV with photo
- Copy of passport or national ID card
- If necessary, proof of previous studies and results
There are no tuition fees for this degree program.
About The Bachelor of Entrepreneurship and International Business Administration
After completion of the English-speaking undergraduate programme in International Business Administration & Entrepreneurship, students have a broad fundamental and methodological knowledge and responsible competences in the areas of management, entrepreneurship, and further related subjects.
Graduates of the major International Business Administration & Entrepreneurship will be able to give answers to basic questions about business activities and economic processes. They know what creates business success, what the differences are between successful and less successful companies and organisations, how management and key business processes must be designed to succeed nationally and internationally.
The bachelor of science in entrepreneurship degree helps students to develop a broad understanding of business, to build up an entrepreneurial skills set and to pick up the leadership competencies they need to respond to the challenges and problems humanity in general and businesses in particular face in the 21st century.
he Bachelor’s degree at Leuphana University of Lüneburg consists of four basic elements: the major International Business Administration and Entrepreneurship (90 ECTS), the minor (30 ECTS), the Leuphana Semester (30 ECTS) and the Complementary Studies Programme (30 ECTS).
The Bachelor’s degree International Business Administration and Entrepreneurship begins with the Leuphana Semester, during which students learn the methodological and disciplinary foundations of their academic specialisation. Starting in the second semester, the coursework will be divided between the major International Business Administration and Entrepreneurship (primary field) and the minor (secondary field), as well as the Complementary Studies Programme. In the Complementary Studies Programme, students can try out new ways of working and thinking from other disciplines, allowing them to expand their interdisciplinary skills.