• Internationalization

    What you search and how we assist
    International Business prepares students for a wide range of internationally-oriented jobs, including positions such as: management consultant, marketing manager, account manager, sales manager, export manager, PR manager, supply chain manager, business analyst, company accountant, finance manager, budget consultant and business economic staff member. You can never hope to get such positions without international work experience. This experience can be gained all over the world. International Business makes great efforts to reinforce and extend its network of internship providers all over the world.

    Opportunities worldwide
    Can you choose where you want to gain your international work experience? The simple answer is yes, as long as the job description fits the International Business requirements and competency profile. Countries where we have placed students in Europe: ALL. Countries where we have placed students outside of Europe: Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Canada, Chile, China, India, Indonesia, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands Antilles, New Zealand, Peru, the Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Surinam, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, the USA and Zambia. You will be offered opportunities that have materialised through the IB network, but you can also choose to find your own internship.

    Internships are one-semester, full-time work experience periods. You either go during the first semester (September-January) or the second semester (January-July).


    Erasmus +
    Erasmus+ grants are available for students and lecturers who take part in exchange programmes at one of the partner schools of Zuyd University. General information about these grants and application forms are available at the Zuyd International Office of Zuyd University of Applied Sciences.

    VSB grants
    Students of IB who intend to continue their studies abroad after graduation at our business school (e.g. at a Master’s programme) can apply for a VSB grant. You will have to show evidence of your eligibility to be enrolled in a study programme and you will be subjected to a selection procedure. The selection committee will assess whether your plan meets the requirements of the VSB organisation. The number of grants is limited. Detailed information is available at the central international office of Zuyd University. Also check out their website.

    The Nuffic website offers full information about all the funding programmes that are available in The Netherlands.