Participants are required to demonstrate their above-average skills before commencing their studies at the School of Business in Lucerne. Preparatory courses ensure they are capable to successfully complete a high-quality in-class experience.
Applicants to the Bachelor in International Business Administration must
German-speaking persons who do not meet these entrance qualifications for financial accounting have the opportunity to attend one of the Lucerne School of Business's preparation courses in financial accounting (tuition in German).
Persons not familiar with the Swiss educational system may consult the entrance qualifications for mathematics.
The following self-assessment test will help you in determining whether you have the skills and knowledge in the field of mathematics which we expect students to have acquired prior to studying in the IBA programme. See entry-level test for a self-assessment.
German-speaking persons who do not meet these entrance qualifications for mathematics have the opportunity to attend one of the Lucerne School of Business's preparation courses in mathematics (tuition in German).