African Business Studies
Trade advisor to international businesses expanding to Africa
Import & export manager / officer
Business development manager
Public relations manager
On top of the general admission requirements for an English bachelor programme, there is a specific diploma requirements for this Postgraduate Programme: only students who have obtained a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree can apply.
Your application should also include:
Additional costs like study material and field trips abroad.
Below you can find an overview of the courses ( under reservation of changes), with the number of credits per phase. Credits express how many hours you need on average to process the subject matter (incl. lessons). Count about 25 to 30 hours for 1 study credit.
Check out the programme guide for the detailed content of each subject.
|African Business Societies||6|
|African-International Business Systems||6|
|Export and Import Management||3|
|Intercultural business practices i||3|
|Marketing, Sales and Consumer Behaviours||3|
|Management Skills i||3|
|Introduction to Swahili||3|
|Business Sustainability Management||3|
|Entrepreneurship & Innovation||12|
|Business in Practice||6|
|Internship and final project||12|
You will gain in-depth knowledge of international business, with a focus on Africa. Specialists in the field are invited to give guest lectures on a variety of topics, for example on the business climate in Rwanda and its development.
Become and expert in intercultural business practices and learn to understand the cultures in North, South, Centre, East and West Africa. Develop proficiency in Swahili, Lingala and English.
Your academic experience will be accompanied by lasting friendships and new access to a global network of driven professionals who, like you, care about making a difference in the world.
Design skills to create products, services and communication systems that have impact.
Learn what it takes to apply your teaching skills in an international context.