International Business and Development (IBD) combines English teaching with economics, management and development. This combination of English language and technical skills is very much appreciated by employers. IBD students often find good internship opportunities before graduating. And after graduation, surveys show a high level of student satisfaction and statistics on IBD graduates' employment are good.
IBD graduates can be employed in:
- Companies operating on international markets, import/export and fair trade;
- Multinational corporations;
- NGOs working in cooperation and development;
- European and supranational organisations and national and regional institutions operating internationally.
IBD graduates can also work as consultants on international business and development issues, as well as in international business for companies and non-governmental organisations.