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Bachelor in International Business Administration (BIBA)

Gain a top-level business education in an international setting

WHU’s Bachelor in International Business Administration Program (BSc) addresses qualified committed students from around the world interested in a rigorous business education. Offering a unique blend of a broad-based curriculum, practical experience, and international exposure, the program equips students with the professional skills and comprehensive mindset needed to thrive in today’s rapidly changing global business environment.

Why study International Business Administration at WHU?

  • Extensive international exposure on-and off-campus
  • Excellent study conditions in a personal atmosphere
  • Small study groups and interactive discussions
  • Outstanding international reputation through rankings and accreditations
  • Exceptional career service and active alumni network

Program Overview

  • Broad-based curriculum in the areas of economics and business administration
  • Balance of academic expertise and practical relevance
  • Application of knowledge to real-world situations through internships in Germany and abroad
  • Integrated study abroad program
  • Holistic approach, building personal competencies and team spirit

Your contact

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Julia Stark

Program Assistant

+49-(0)261-6509-515
+49-(0)261-6509-519

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The Bachelor Team is now available via WhatsApp! All questions about the application process can be asked under    

+49 (0) 1575 8798870.

We will answer as soon as possible, normally within the following working day.

Bachelor Brochure

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Top Rankings

WHU is ranked

# 4 overall

# 1 among private universities

in the ranking "The best Universities and Universities of Applied Sciences for Business Administration" by the German newspaper Wirtschaftswoche!