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The specialization Accounting, Finance & Banking is tailored to highly motivated students who are looking for a future career in international financial management, the financial or industry or as a certified public accountant.
Bachelor of Science in International Business Administration
Expertise in accounting and finance is among the most highly valued assets in today’s competitive job market. Graduates of this programme can expect to be offered challenging opportunities in all areas of international and national business. The programme focuses on preparing students for careers in financial management, in the financial industry, in auditing or in business consultancy. Companies operating in these areas are highly interested in people with an international mindset and often give young employees the opportunity to spend time abroad – an experience that, in combination with your BA in Accounting, Finance & Banking, provides the best condition for a great career.
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30 April 2017
18 September 2017
19 September to 23 December 2016
20 February to 29 May 2017
Immatriculation fee: CHF 515.-
Tuition (per semester): CHF 800.-
Bachelor students choosing Accounting, Finance & Banking will have the opportunity to study at one of our partner universities abroad for at least one semester. Participating in an exchange programme is an investment in your future and will be an asset in your CV. Going from the familiar to the unfamiliar will broaden your horizon and enhance your personal development. Information events are organised annually in November. Go to: International Office
Graduates of the Bachelor programme with specialization Accounting, Finance & Banking are directly admitted to all Master programmes at the Lucerne School of Business.
Virtually all lecturers at the School of Business not only teach on the Bachelor and Master programmes, but are regularly involved in one or several projects at the centres of competence. This means that students on the Bachelor course benefit from the skills and experience gained from research and development on the one hand, but also from first-hand business experience and contacts. Of special interest for Accounting, Finance & Banking students are the activities of the Institute of Financial Services Zug IFZ.
The School of Business prides itself on the fact that its undergraduate programmes have a solid scientific foundation while at the same time enabling students to test their newly gained knowledge and skills against the requirements of real life business. This is made possible by carefully designed policies and strategies both in terms of staff and content:
BSc International Business Administration
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