Hogeschool van Amsterdam

Amsterdam School of International Business


A bachelor's degree provides a good basis for further studies. If you are thinking of doing a master’s programme after your bachelor degree, AMSIB offers several opportunities. The options however depend on which master’s degree programme you would like to attend and at which university.

Our strategic partners 


Northumbria University

Northumbria University, Newcastle, is expanding its international presence by partnering with Pogled u Plavo (AUAS) in the launch of two new Master of Science programmes offered as of September 2018 at AUAS campus Fraijlemaborg.

The collaboration between the two universities includes offering Northumbria Masters programmes in Business and Project Management. The UK-accredited postgraduate courses will be delivered at AUAS by Faculty from both Northumbria as well as from Amsterdam School of International Business (AMSIB) at the AUAS.

For more information on the Northumbria Master programmes to be offered at AUAS, please visit www.northumbria.ac.uk/amsterdam


Berlin School of Economics and Law

Meanwhile, if you would like to pursue a Master’s degree, we recommend considering the intercultural programme Chinese-European Economics and Business Studies offered by our partner The Berlin Professional School at the Berlin School of Economics and Law.

 Blanquerna – Ramon Llull University

Programme: Strategic Management in Global Communication MA

You will study at the Blanquerna – Ramon Llull University in Barcelona, Spain. Its school of Communication and International Relations offers both bachelor and master’s programmes. The programme gives students the opportunity to study and understand management principles of communication inherent in companies and organizations operating within the international arena, with emphasis on successful application of the strategic tools of communication and public relations and public affairs. The course is taught exclusively in English, with a faculty of renowned teachers shared with U.S., UK and the rest of Europe.





Published by  Amsterdam School of International Business 16 April 2019