Become Bachelor in Business Management and get 3 degrees and 3 languages in 3½ years
For the first year you will be attending your Home Institute (VIVES or HELMo).
For the second year you will change university to either VIVES (in Dutch) or HELMo (in French) - depending on where you did the first year.
In the third year you will attend Business Academy Aarhus in Denmark, where you will specialize in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, International Sales and Marketing Management or Digital Concept Development. After finishing the third year you will do an internship anywhere in the world, then submit and present your final thesis at Business Academy Aarhus in January.
Read more about:
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- International Sales and Marketing Management
- Digital Concept Development
Passport to employment
Studying Business Management and specializing in either Innovation and Entrepreneurship or International Sales and Marketing Management is broadly considered to be a passport to employment. Even more so if you decide to do it at VIVES Kortrijk (Flanders), HELMo Liège (Wallonia) and Business Academy Aarhus (Denmark).
These Institutes give you the exclusive opportunity to simultaneously graduate from 3 University Colleges, in 3 languages (Dutch, English and French) in only 3½ years. At the end of your curriculum, you will therefore obtain 3 officially recognized degrees, which undoubtedly will make a huge difference when applying for a job.
What you academic career will look like
Take up the challenge and this is what your academic career will look like:
1st year: You attend the 1st-year programme at your home institution (VIVES or HELMo) in your own language.
2nd year: You change universities and study your own programme at HELMo in French or VIVES in Dutch.
3rd year: You specialize in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, International Sales and Marketing Management or Digital Concept Development at Business Academy Aarhus in English.
+1 semester: You do an internship anywhere in the world. Final thesis submitted and presented at Business Academy Aarhus in January. The 7th semester is mandatory.