Bachelor of International Agribusiness and Trade (BBA) Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences
In the world of International Agribusiness and Trade, the Dutch agro-food system is famous. The Netherlands is entrepreneurial, innovative, and leading in sustainability. It is the second-largest exporter of food and flower products in the world. International knowledge and experience are key concepts of this study program. If you can picture yourself working in the bustling economic area of agribusiness, full of intense exchanges, loud negotiations, and on-the-spot decision-making, then this study program is the right choice for you!
The program blends courses in business, management, finance, and marketing with specific knowledge of the agribusiness sector. You learn how to manage a business, projects, and acquire the essential knowledge of food and flower products, in an international classroom and in the professional field, both nationally and internationally. You will be leading innovations, such as sustainability in this field of the international economy.
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The program blends courses in business, management, finance, and marketing with specific knowledge of the Food and Flower sector. You learn how to manage a business, projects, and acquire the essential knowledge of food and flower products, inside as well as outside of the international classroom, both nationally and internationally. You will be leading innovations, such as sustainability in this field of the international economy.
- Consultancy, Sustainability & Purchase
- International Trade & Research
- Food, Innovation & Entrepreneurship
- Cross Border Enterprise
Two international internships are incorporated into each of our programs to obtain well-valued international work experience even before you graduate. You will also have the opportunity to study a semester abroad as we are part of the Erasmus exchange program.
International Food and Flowers professionals are known as traders with the knowledge of the world of doing business in the food and flowers economic area and are, therefore, in high demand on the job market. Graduates work in international environments as traders, commercial and marketing managers, import and export managers, or account and sales managers.
You might become an account manager at a food-processing company in Spain, or conduct market research for a soft drinks company in Eastern Europe. Investment analysis in New York or developing an import unit in Tokyo is within reach. Later in your career, you are likely to become a senior manager or use your knowledge and experience to set up your own company.