International Business Administration

Courses Per Semester

1st Semester

Module Course ECTS   h/week
Introduction to Business Administration Principles of Management and Business Administration 2 2
Introduction to Business Administration Financial Accounting I 2 2
Introduction to Business Administration Finance and Investment I 2  2
Introduction to Business Administration Marketing I 2  2
Behavioral and Humane Aspects of Economics and Business Cultural Psychology 3 2
Economics Introduction to Microeconomics 3 2
Information Technology Introduction to Information Systems 3 2
Languages Business English I 3 2
Languages Chinese/Hebrew/Business Russian/Spanish I/German I* 4 4/3*
Law and Organizations Private Law 2 2
Research Introduction to Research in Economics and Business 2 1
Research Presentations and Communication Techniques 2 2
TOTAL 30 25*

2nd Semester

Module Course ECTS   h/week
Introduction to Business Administration Financial Accounting II 2 2
Introduction to Business Administration Management of Production and Sourcing 2 2
Introduction to Business Administration Finance and Investment II 2 2
Introduction to Business Administration Marketing II 2  2
Behavioral and Humane Aspects of Economics and Business Human Resource Management 2 2
Behavioral and Humane Aspects of Economics and Business Team and Conflict Management 2 2
Business Skills Corporate Communication 2 2
Economics Introduction to Macroeconomics 3 2
Information Technology Business Information Systems I 2 2
Languages Business English II 2 2
Languages Chinese/German/Hebrew/Business Russian/Spanish II 3 3
Law and Organizations Public Law 2 2
Research Statistics for Economics and Business I 2 2
Research Mathematics for Economics and Business I 2 2
TOTAL 30 29

3rd Semester

Module Course ECTS   h/week
Introduction to Business Administration Consumer Insight 3 2
Behavioral and Humane Aspects of Economics and Business Business Ethics and Philosophy of Science 3 2
Behavioral and Humane Aspects of Economics and Business Work Engagement and Work Satisfaction 3 2
Behavioral and Humane Aspects of Economics and Business Corporate Governance 2 1
Business Skills Managerial Accounting 2 2
Business Skills Project Management I 2 2
Economics Applied Economics 3 2
Languages Business English III 2 2
Languages Chinese/German/Hebrew/Business Russian/Spanish III 4 3
Law and Organizations Organizations and Institutions 2 2
Research Methods of Research 2 2
Research Marketing Research 2 2
TOTAL 30 25

4th Semester

Module Course ECTS  h/week
Behavioral and Humane Aspects of Economics and Business Behavioral Economics 2 2
Business Skills Project Management II 2 2
Information Technology Introduction to Data-Driven and Growth Marketing 2 2
Languages Business English IV 2 2
Languages Chinese/German/Hebrew/Business Russian/Spanish IV 4 3
PPT and Collateral Revision Course PPT-Workshop
Research Bachelor Thesis I 3
Research Bachelor Thesis Seminar 2 1
Research Statistics for Economics and Business II (Focus: Marketing/Finance) 2 2
Research Mathematics for Economics and Business II (Focus: Marketing/Finance) 2 2
Specialized Business Administration – International Finance International Accounting Standards (IFRS) and Taxation 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – International Finance Risk Management and International Finance 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – International Finance Corporate Finance and Valuation 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – Marketing for SME’s Sales Management, Channel Management and Logistics 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – Marketing for SME’s Product and Brand Management 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – Marketing for SME’s Consumer Behavior 3 2
TOTAL 30 22

5th Semester

Module Course ECTS  h/week
Behavioral and Humane Aspects of Economics and Business Capstone: Applied Organizational Behavior Workshop 3 2
Economics Specialized Economics – Marketing/Finance 3 2
Languages Business English V 2 2
Languages Chinese/German/Hebrew/Business Russian/Spanish V/German V* 3 2*
Law and Organizations Business Law for Marketing/Finance 3 2
Research Bachelor Thesis II 7  
Research Bachelor Thesis Workshop   1
Specialized Business Administration – International Finance Project Finance 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – International Finance Capstone: Finance Simulation / Project 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – International Finance Corporate Controlling 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – Marketing for SME’s Marketing/Sales Controlling 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – Marketing for SME’s Integrated Marketing Communication 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – Marketing for SME’s Capstone: Marketing Simulation / Project 3 2
  TOTAL 30 17*

6th Semester

Module Course ECTS   h/week
PPT and Collateral Revision Course Professional Practical Training 24
PPT and Collateral Revision Course Collateral Revision Course 6


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We recently interviewed our alumnus Orbay Ünsoy, an LBS graduate of the International Management and Leadership class of 2016, who decided to continue his education on a PhD level in Business and Management at Alliance Manchester Business School. In a recent interview, he shared his story, his memories of the times at LBS as well as his latest achievements.

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We are pleased to announce that the application process for the upcoming academic year 2019/2020 has started! All applicants who are interested in applying either for the Bachelor Program “International Business Administration”, or one of our two Master Programs “International Management and Leadership” or “Strategic Finance and Business Analytics” are kindly requested to register online and start their application though our online admission tool.

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