Bachelor – 3 years
The Bachelor’s degree of the International Management School Geneva is prepared in three years after High/Secondary School or equivalent graduation. The objective of this program is to equip our students with fundamental business knowledge and professional experience. Four programs are proposed:
Bachelor Of Business Administration (BBA)
Prepare yourself to be part of the dynamic world of business with the Bachelor of Business Administration degree program. You’ll gain knowledge in accounting, marketing, leadership, entrepreneurship and more while developing critical-thinking and decision-making skills throughout your degree program. These working skills and the ability to apply business theory to the working world can help you make an impact on your chosen field.
Bachelor Of Science In Finance & Trading
International Trade has become one of the most prominent industries in today’s globalized world and its size and importance is continuing to grow. Virtually any company aiming at expanding abroad now needs to take part in international trade. Take a Bachelor of Science in Trading & Finance and become equipped to work in this exciting field.
Bachelor Of Science In Marketing
The Bachelor of Science in Marketing from International Management School Geneva prepares students for careers in communications, marketing research, product management and sales leadership. Our students learn the fundamental principles involved in selling a service, promoting a product or building a brand.
Bachelor Of Science In International Affairs
This course provides students with an in-depth understanding of the exciting discipline of international relations. Students will learn about the workings of political institutions in countries around the world and explore the complex field of relations between nations. Taking place in Geneva, world capital of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), you’ll be immersed in an international culture and working environment.
For more information, please view the IMS Geneva Bachelor’s Programme Brochure 2016-2017