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1 Study Guide Bachelor s programme in International Business & Management Studies Version 1.3 Hogeschool Utrecht, HU Diensten Utrecht, September 2013

2 Contents 1 Foreword 5 2 Organization of the study programme Professional profile Profession Details of professional profile Competencies of a new professional practitioner Graduate skills Field of work and employment functions Profile of study programme General Study programme objective The HBO ( Higher Vocational Education ) level of the study programme Teaching: principles Organization of the study programme Programme tracks Abridged and accelerated study programme routes Certificates Degrees and titles Structure of the study programme Preliminary year Programme Advice concerning study progress Switching to another programme Main stage Admission to main stage Programmes Internships and value of internships Optional subjects component Excellence Graduating Follow-up options Board of Examiners Establishment and appointments Composition Powers and responsibilities Petitions Introduction and supervision days, excursions, working weeks, and training courses Facilities Supervision IT facilities General Student mail SharePoint OSIRIS Student Password Information security and privacy Recording your study progress Student Desk Study association Programme committees Contact details Courses Course participation /216

3 3.2 Enrolling for courses Obligation to attend Entry requirements Course descriptions Exams Introduction Exemptions Organization of exams Duration and form of exams Exam timetable Enrolling for and taking exams (including retakes) Voorzieningen in geval Facilities for those with functional limitations Proof of identity required for exams Procedures during exams Assessment Assigning the marks; viewing the exam Irregularities / fraud Keeping and returning exams Validity of results Certification Procedure for awarding certificates Cum laude or met genoegen (with merit) Timetables Annual timetable Holidays and free days Days and times of lessons Opening hours of buildings Timetable information and alterations Complaints, objections, appeals Introduction Objections Appeals Lodging an appeal Further appeals Complaints Submitting a complaint Requesting a review of how a complaint has been dealt with Undesirable behaviour Complaints, objections and appeals diagram Student Affairs Student support and guidance Talent Grant Student counsellor Confidential counsellor Students doctor Student Psychologist Office Mediation Studying with a functional limitation Improving your language skills Media centre International Office Study abroad Internship abroad Student participation Consultation bodies Support for students who are involved with administrative duties Studium Generale /216

4 8.14 Student association General Administrative grant Top-level sport Trajectum Sports Safe, healthy, and environmentally-friendly study Insurance cover: liability, accident, and travel Having a job while studying Accommodation About the HU General information Education profile of the HU Bachelor s and Master s system HU and faculty regulations Rules governing order Quality assurance HU organizational chart HU locations General information on the faculty economics & management General Organizational chart of the faculty Contact information Map Practical provisions and instructions Facilities Enrolment for and unenrolling from the study programme Admission test Study costs, supplementary fees, and rebates Tuition fees Costs of books and learning materials Other costs Financial assistance Course descriptions Appendices Teaching and Examination Regulations Other regulations The definitive version of this Study Guide was accepted on 21 June 2013 by the Board of Directors after receiving advice from the Programme Council and approved by the faculty director on 24 June /216

5 1 Foreword Dear Student, Welcome to the Study Guide for the International Business & Management Studies programme. We hope that you will have a pleasant and successful study time on our study programme. In this study guide, you will find important rules and information which can help you to do so. Hogeschool Utrecht offers demand-driven and competency-based education. Competency-based means that you will be well prepared when you begin your professional life (see ). Demand-driven: we aim to structure teaching and the related support activities in a way that enables you to develop during your time as a student in the way that you prefer and which best suits your needs. Below you will find information about the most important aspects of your course and the choices available to you. Influence of the students Many of the choices we offer have been devised or improved as a result of initiatives by your fellow students. The HU (University of Applied Sciences Utrecht) regards you as a partner you are part of our knowledge community, so we greatly value your ideas and opinions. Your first opportunity to air your views is in the evaluations of every module, in which you can give your assessment and tips for improvements. We also organize dialogue sessions for each programme and in each faculty, in which we discuss your study programme and all the aspects related to it. The HU supports the active participation of students on Programme Committees and participatory bodies (8.12). Every year, we ask you to fill in the NSE (National Student Survey). And if there is a lecturer who has particularly impressed you, you can nominate him or her as the lecturer of the year! Excellence The HU values and encourages different types of excellence. If you get excellent results in your exams, your diploma may bear the words cum laude or met genoegen ( with merit ) (5.2). However, you can also shine in other areas, like innovation and leadership, something the HU is keen to promote, and the honours programme (SIRIUS) has been developed for that purpose. You can collect stars and if you are really outstanding, will be awarded the official designation of Excellent Student (2.5.5). In breadth, in depth Many study programmes have specializations, in which you can work on a particular part of your field in depth. In addition, most programmes have an optional subjects component (worth 30 EC; six months) that you can use to specialize in your own field or to learn about an entirely different field. This could be in your own faculty or at a different faculty; often, it is even possible to do a course at another educational establishment entirely (0). You can also put together your own exam programme your study progress advisor (2.8.1) can help you with this. Permission for this is required from the Board of Examiners of your study programme (2.6). There is also the Studium Generale (the scientific discussion platform), which runs inspiring programmes. What else? You can also use your time as a student to broaden your mind, and to gain experience outside your regular studies. Examples that come to mind are studying abroad (8.11), or perhaps taking an active part in running your student association, social organization or students sports club? (8.14, 8.17) We have already mentioned participatory bodies and Programme Committees. If you are a leading practitioner of your sport, you could combine your sporting activities with a study programme (8.15). As you see, there is a huge range of options that the HU actively supports. Falling behind in your studies You may find that your studies are not progressing as you had hoped, for all kinds of reasons. If this happens because of exception circumstances, such as illness or family circumstances, there are various 1 De nummers verwijzen naar een paragraaf in de studiegids 5/216

6 schemes that you can use to get help. If you miss an exam because of your personal situation, you can request an extra retake (4.3.3). If you have not obtained enough EC and are facing the possibility of being given a negative (binding) recommendation on continuing your studies, then you will be given help with a revised study schedule (0). And if you had a student grant in the past, and are still studying as a result of these circumstances beyond the period of your grant entitlement, then there is the possibility of receiving financial support (8) In all these cases, you should report your situation as soon as possible to your study progress advisor (2.8.1) or your student counsellor (8.3)! Of course it is not desirable that you should take an excessively long time to complete your studies. To prevent this, study programmes sometimes provide extra catch-up courses. These are announced via SharePoint. And if you have a functional limitation, it may be that you need a longer time to complete your programme, but that is by no means always the case. The HU has a wide range of facilities that can be useful to you in your studies (8.8). Problems and complaints Do you have any problems that are having a negative impact on your studies? Or questions because you don t know where exactly to get assistance? See your study progress advisor (2.8.1) or a student counsellor (8.3): they can give you advice or refer you to the appropriate person or department. If you have any complaints about your treatment by another student or employee, you can also speak to a confidential counsellor (8.4). If the situation is escalating, our student mediators can often help prevent matters escalating further and restore harmony to the group (8.7). In the event that something at the HU is not right or you disagree with a decision, every faculty and study programme has its own complaints desk where you can lodge objections or submit complaints (7.1). What does the HU expect of you? We aim to provide you with a study programme and a study climate that enable you to develop as much as possible. The HU expects all students to abide by the rules (9.1.4). Unacceptable behaviour (such as harassment, sending hate mail, verbal abuse or physical violence) will not be tolerated. To receive a diploma, it has to be genuinely earned. Fraud (4.4.2) is not tolerated. In particular, if it means that innocent students are affected because exam results are declared invalid, the penalties are severe. Both unacceptable behaviour and fraud may lead to the perpetrators being expelled from the study programme. As you see, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy life as a student at the HU, most of which you will find in this Study Guide. Read it carefully, before you start your study programme. The table of contents can be used to locate any given item, but if you are still not clear or cannot find what you are looking for, look at SharePoint or ask your study progress advisor or at the Student Desk (2.8.3). We hope you enjoy your time as a student and wish you the best of luck in the coming academic year. On behalf of all my colleagues who contribute towards your study programme, Karin Grafhorst Director of Institute for Business Administration 6/216

7 2 Organization of the study programme 2.1 Professional profile Profession The professional field of the IBMS graduate is both broad and international. In practice, this means that the activities of the student will constantly involve international contacts, demanding special knowledge and skills in various fields, such as intercultural relations and international trade. Flexibility and adaptability are core elements of your activities. Every assignment will be different, and you will have to use your reliability, empathy and powers of persuasion to co-operate with experts from various disciplines. The wide knowledge of organization, management, commerce, finance and accounting, makes you a professional negotiator at management level, both internally and externally. Doing international business has become more complex as a result of new economic realities. In order to maintain a strategic fit with this changing business environment, both emerging markets and sustainable business solutions require additional knowledge and skills of students. At the same time, however, these also encourage the development of new, innovative business models. This requires a more ambitious, entrepreneurial attitude of the students. In this world of increased international competition, the focus in the field increasingly goes out to emerging markets. Where the initial interest was mainly focused on outsourcing (parts of) production because of low labor costs, these countries are now also becoming increasingly interesting as a market for goods and services, thanks to prolonged periods of strong economic growth and a continuously increasing purchasing power of a growing group of consumers. Simultaneously, companies from emerging markets increasingly manifest themselves internationally, and even prove able to take over prominent Western companies. See art. 15 OER-HU Details of professional profile The IBMS graduate has an excellent command of English and is able to build up and maintain an extensive international network. As an IBMS graduate you are aware of the most recent social and political developments of the principal trade partners of your country. You make use of all the relevant national and international media. Moreover, the basic toolkit of the IBMS graduate will contain the key features of international legislation and regulation and of management and organization. In addition, you have a good insight into international relations. You are able to make balanced decisions in the fields of finance, marketing and business administration on the basis of knowledge, skills, discussions and a certain amount of diplomacy. You have ample knowledge and experience of cultural differences among countries in general and intercultural management in particular, enabling you to be a good negotiator at an international level. Your knowledge and experience are reflected in your customer oriented thinking and actions. Your management skills are based on being a team player with leadership capacities, that motivate and stimulate people to achieve company goals. IBMS graduates are characterized by reliability, empathy, adaptive skills and correct manners. They are also stress-resistant, have analytic and problem-solving skills and know when to call in an outside expert. See art. 15 OER-HU Competencies of a new professional practitioner 7/216

8 IBMS will concentrate on 9 professional competencies and 7 generic competencies (see 2.1.4). The professional competencies are listed in 3 groups: international business, general management and function key-areas. The 9 competencies are: International business competencies: 1 International business awareness 2 Intercultural competency General management competencies: 3 International strategic vision development 4 Business processes & change management 5 Entrepreneurial management Functional key-areas competencies: 6 International marketing and sales management 7 International supply chain management 8 International finance & accounting 9 International human resource management (HRM) See art. 15 OER-HU Graduate skills The 7 generic competences are more directly related to skills and are listed in 3 groups: interpersonal skills, task-oriented skills and intra-personal skills. The 7 competencies are: Interpersonal competencies: 1 Leadership 2 Cooperation 3 Business Communication Task-oriented competencies: 4 Business research methods 5 Planning and organizing Intra-personal competencies: 6 Learning and self-development 7 Ethical and corporate responsibility See art. 15 OER-HU Field of work and employment functions Basically, IBMS graduates are generalists with a truly international orientation. Consequently, they usually end up in one of many different positions ranging from account manager, PR manager, general manager or sales and marketing manager to international treasury manager or human resource manager. Some graduates prefer to start their own businesses or become consultants. See art. 15 OER-HU 2.2 Profile of study programme General In its vision of international business, IBMS Utrecht focuses on sustainability, emerging markets, and entrepreneurship and innovation. To guarantee continuity, especially in the field of small and medium-sized 8/216

9 businesses, companies must continually look for an expansion of their powers of innovation with regard to international business. The curriculum of IBMS Utrecht has traditionally also included a relatively strong focus on sustainable business solutions. In addition, IBMS pioneered with a programme that addressed specific competences which are necessary to become successful in markets outside the western hemisphere, the so called emerging markets. IBMS Utrecht has incorporated subjects linked to these three focus points in its course programme Study programme objective IBMS aims to prepare its students for a changing organizational environment which places demands on the acquisition of the knowledge and skills required of starting, international, broadly-oriented managers. The course provides a broad curriculum which covers all the fields of business and management. Within an international context, students work on their knowledge and skills in the fields of marketing, finance, management, human resource management and communication. See art. 15 OER-HU The HBO ( Higher Vocational Education ) level of the study programme IBMS prepares students for a management position in an international environment in the fields of marketing, finance and operational management. To realize this, the course provides students with a study programme which is up-to-date and professionally-oriented, and offers them the possibility to develop the competencies laid down nationally with regard to international business and management. The educational objectives and the programme of IBMS are related to the tertiary, professional education (HBO) qualifications of the Commissie Accreditatie Hoger Onderwijs (Tertiary Education Accreditation Commission) as well as to the Dublin prescriptions. The development of competencies has specific levels corresponding to the stages of the course. The levels vary as to the degree of independence and complexity of the task and / or context. Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 The ability to execute a simple task. The student has the basic knowledge and skills to apply the competence with guidance in a limited context. The student can apply the competence independently in a relatively clearly arranged situation. The student can apply the competence independently in a complex situation with complete control of the required skills. Achieved by the end of year 1 Achieved by the end of year 2 (including the internship) Bachelor level See art. 15 OER-HU Teaching: principles The educational concept used in IBMS is competency-based learning. The definition of a competency is the ability to combine knowledge, skills and attitude to show expected behaviour when performing a professional task in an intercultural business context. To develop competencies, students follow theoretical lectures and classes, undergo self-study for exams and write individual assignments. Students enhance professional skills through cases and projects in small teams, gain work experience on internships, and acquire international experience by studying abroad. 9/216

10 In competency-based learning, an important concept is reflection of individual professional development. Therefore, each student has a study career coach. Together with the student, this coach monitors study progress and the development of competencies. Study career counselling is important during the first year as well as during the main stage of the course, and information about it can be found in the course guides. The study career coaches support students in their study progress and development of competencies, and advise when there are personal problems. If there are personal circumstances leading to a delay in their studies, students can also contact (English speaking) student counsellors and a psychologist. The programmes are all taught in English by an international staff of teachers, with a literature list completely based on English-language publications and an international on-campus and external curriculum. The students are part of an international class room: the students in classes and project teams are a mix of Dutch and international students (degree seeking and incoming exchange). This approach is important for the attitude of the student in the international professional environment. From the initial months of their study onwards, students are instructed in a way that makes it possible to understand each other, even if the command of the language or cultural differences make that hard. The group work, the presentations and the year abroad all reflect the sense of community which IBMS aims to create. The course provides a study environment in which the student, both individually and in a team, can work on the competencies leading to the final qualifications required by the course. To achieve this, the course and its study programmes are arranged according to specific lines of learning: the integrated line, in which application of knowledge takes place in projects; the skills line (including communication and language); the conceptual line, which focuses on knowledge and insight; the reflection line, which focuses on study skills and attitude; and the practice line, which focuses on working in the professional field. There are close links to the variety of didactic forms offered: lectures and training sessions, internships, project work and individual study career coaching. Wherever possible, learning takes place in a realistic environment, mostly in the form of project work as part of the course. Use is made of simulations, international video conferences, and playing the Intopia management game in competition with other courses in Europe. 2.3 Organization of the study programme Programme tracks The FEM offers programme variants, which means that you can participate in a study programme full-time, part-time or in a sandwich course. However, the English-taught programmes only have full-time variants. IBMS is a full-time, undergraduate degree programme in English. Full-time programme A full-time programme means being available to attend lessons at the HU for forty hours a week. Full-time programmes are intended for students who have come directly from HAVO (Senior General Secondary Education), VWO (pre-university education), or MBO (Senior Secondary Vocational Education), level 4. See art. 17 en 20 OER-HU Abridged and accelerated study programme routes Abridged versions are possible for those who have obtained exemptions for part of the curriculum. For more information about exemptions, see Section 4.2 Accelerated study programme (fast track) 10/216

11 A three-year fast track IBMS or IBEM programme is offered to select Dutch VWO and foreign A-level students. Admission to this programme involves a specific assessment procedure. The fast-track IBMS or IBEM programme gives students the opportunity to complete their Bachelor s in three years and gain early admission to a Master s degree. The programme consists of the full curriculum of 240 credits, which means an average of 80 credits a year. Students must be very competent and motivated to complete this fast-track programme successfully! The admission requirements are one of the below: Dutch VWO International Baccalaureate International A-level Bulgarian secondary school diploma International diploma with Nuffic valuation at Dutch VWO level and The student has passed the an intake assessment, which consists of a letter of motivation with resume and a list of marks of highest level diploma, a digital assessment (including a language and arithmetic test) and a written assessment concluded with an in-depth assessment interview. Deadline for students to apply for the fast track programme is Friday 6 September 2013 at hrs. Students who are admitted to the fast track programme must pass at the end of their first year of study all propedeuse courses in year 1 to be admitted to the fast track programme of year 2. IBEM Specialization The International Business for Emerging Markets specialization focuses on economic and social business solutions for developing areas and emerging markets. This specialization programme is 90 credits in total and consists of three specific IBEM courses in the first year: a specific IBEM internship in main stage 1; the minor International Business in Emerging Markets, or a study abroad programme in main stage 2 at one of our Kofi Annan Business School (KABS) partners (Kenia, Zambia, Tanzania; Indonesia; Nicaragua) or at a partner in an emerging market (for this third alternative you need special approval of the IBMS management); and an internship/graduation assignment with a specific IBEM research subject in main stage 3. See also the table in Section Certificates As proof that you have completed the programme (or part of it) the preliminary year, Associate Degree (AD), or Bachelor s the Board of Examiners issues you with a diploma, the Dutch legal term for which is getuigschrift. The following types of diploma are awarded within the Bachelor s programme: The preliminary year diploma, for those who have successfully sat the preliminary year exam; The Bachelor s degree diploma, for those who have successfully completed the final exam. The diploma is signed by the chairman and a member of the Board of Examiners. A European-model International Diploma Supplement (IDS) is added to the Bachelor s diploma and the AD. The process involves no costs. The IDS provides information on the nature and the substance of the study programme and lists the results obtained by the graduate. This makes it easier for outsiders, including those from abroad, to appreciate what the study programme and diploma entail. For each study programme, you receive just one preliminary year and one Bachelor s diploma. In principle, diplomas are in Dutch. However, an English-language version can be issued instead of a Dutch diploma on request. The International Diploma Supplement is always in English. See paragraph 5.1 for the procedure for issuing the diploma. If you have successfully completed more than one exam but you have not attained a degree because you have not completed the entire examination programme, you can ask the Board of Examiners to issue a 11/216

12 declaration listing the exams that you have passed. Like a diploma, the declaration is signed by the chairman and a member of the relevant Board of Examiners Degrees and titles If you successfully complete a study programme (Associate Degree or Bachelor s programme) at the HU, you will earn a degree. The degree is granted by the Board of Examiners on behalf of the Executive Board. A Bachelor s degree confers the right to bear a Bachelor s title, an Associate Degree confers the right to bear an Associate title. In order to attain your degree, you must first pass the final exam. The subject or field in which the degree has been obtained is added to the degree title. The awarding of a Bachelor s degree confers the right to list it after your name, abbreviated to B (plus additional information). A Bachelor s degree also entitles you to use a title. In that case, you may, instead of using the letters after your name (i.e. not as well as), use the following title: The title baccalaureus, abbreviated to bc., preceding your name, if it concerns any other Bachelor s programme. For all students who started their FEM study programme 1 September 2012: you will receive the international recognizable degree Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) after graduation Structure of the study programme Study stages The programme consists of two study stages, which are dealt with in detail in this chapter: the preliminary year stage, and the main stage. The programme starts with the preliminary year stage, which you finish by obtaining a preliminary year diploma. This is followed by the main stage, which lasts for three years, and is concluded with the awarding of a Bachelor s degree. In the case of an Ad study programme, the preliminary stage is followed by a main stage which lasts for one year and is concluded with an Associate degree. See Sections 2.4 and 2.5. Legal duration of study, study load, and EC The study load of the programme and its related courses is expressed in EC in accordance with the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), which is designed to make it easier to compare study programmes internationally. One EC corresponds with 28 hours of study (including contact hours). Your study load in the preliminary year (propedeuse) involves more contact time with lecturers than during the main stage. This is because the preliminary year involves a special focus on exploring your studies and chosen profession. By contrast, students in the main phase have committed to a given study programme and are considered to be more capable of working independently on developing their competencies. Based on course evaluations, periodic checks are made to determine whether the programmed study load (as described above) corresponds to the study load perceived by students. Regular Bachelor s study programmes last four years. The composition of the programmes is based on a study load of sixty EC for each year of study, or 1680 hours. The total study load of the programmes (lessons, private study, and internships) therefore amounts to 240 EC. The credits are distributed across the academic years as follows: First year: 60 ECs Main stage: 180 ECs (major of 150 ECs + optional course profile of 30 ECs). Breakdown of course load over whole programme: First year (60 EC) Main stage (180 ec) 12/216

13 Major (150 EC) Optional course profile (30 EC) The course description of each course includes the course load, expressed in whole credits. See OSIRIS (www.osiris.hu.nl). Credits are only awarded after the course in question is completed with the corresponding exams (and all sub-exams (if applicable)). The course load is forty hours a week. Programme structure The table below shows the programme structure of IBMS. The specialization IBEM (International Business in Emerging Markets) starts in the first (propaedeutic) year and consists of three specialized courses in year 1, specialized internships in main stage 1 and 3, and a minor programme IBEM in main stage 2 (optional subjects component). Preliminary year Semester 1 Semester 2 Main stage Main stage 1 Main stage 2 Main stage 3 Terms A, B Courses Including 1 IBEM course Terms C, D Courses Projects Including 2 IBEM courses Terms A, B, C Term D Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 1 Semester 2 Courses Internship Optional Courses Courses Internship/ subjects Graduation component = Project study abroad or courses or optional subjects component = study abroad IBEM Internship Optional subjects component = minor IBEM Courses Courses IBEM Internship/ Graduation Project For the internships you are referred to section The study abroad in the first semester of main stage 2 is the obligatory option of the optional course profile for all non international students. You can choose study programmes out of a wide range of international partners. Your study career coach will support your preparation and the selection procedure. The study abroad coordinator will communicate to you about procedures and final selection. Note that the registration period for studying abroad opens and closes early: the deadline is on 1 February before the academic year in which you are going to study abroad. See Sections and See art. 16, 20 and 28 OER HU 2.4 Preliminary year Study programmes are split into a preliminary year and a main stage for a good reason. The first year has three important functions, as designated by the government. Orientation It is very important for the sake of your studies that you take a programme that is suited to you. This means that the substance of the programme, the professional field for which you will be taught, and the way in which the programme is organized must appeal to you. One of the purposes of the preliminary year is to see whether or not this is the case. Selection 13/216

14 At the end of your first year, it is time to review your situation. Are you doing the right programme? Is the work too difficult for you? Have you made enough progress? The answers to these questions are good pointers as to whether you will ultimately gain your diploma in the allotted time. At HU, we determine the progress students have made by giving individual advice based on assessments by those supervising the students. This involves looking at the number of EC obtained by the student. It is very important that you are aware of the criteria for the study norm, as well as the rules relating to it. You should therefore carefully read Section 0 on Advice concerning Study Progress, so that you do not face any unpleasant surprises. Anyone who does not fulfil the study norm and who receives binding recommendations to the effect that they should not continue with the programme will not be allowed to do so. Referrals If you find that the programme is not for you, there is no need to panic. What is important is that you air your doubts in good time. It may be that your instincts are incorrect and that you do not yet have a full picture of the programme. There are amenities available that can help you if you are in doubt. You can go to the Study Choice Centre, for example, and take a study choice test. But it is important to remember that you should always contact your study progress advisor in case of doubt. See art. 18 OER-HU Programme For a summary of the first-year academic programme, see the detailed course list with course descriptions available in Osiris (www.osiris.hu.nl) and in the First year s English Bachelor s programme study guide Advice concerning study progress Study advice will be given halfway the first study year (February) and at the eind of the first study year (July). As for that, please refer to First year s English Bachelor s programme study guide for information about the standards of the advice Switching to another programme If you decide to switch to a different study programme at the HU during the academic year, you will have to re-enrol completely, and gain permission from the new programme. If you switch during your first academic year, keep a close eye on the rules for the study recommendation. If necessary, ask for advice from the student counsellor. See paragraph on the study recommendation. Due to the restricted entry requirement ( numerus fixus ) to most FEM study programmes it is not possible to switch from IBMS to IMM or to a Dutch study programme during the academic year. To change to these programmes you must register for them before 15 May 2013 and participate in the national system of drawing lots. You will have to re-enroll for the next academic year. However, it might be possible to switch to IBMS before 1 November or before 1 February since this is not a study programme with a restricted entry, but you do need to meet certain conditions since the entry requirements are not equal. The enrolment procedure must have been completed prior to the dates mentione 2.5 Main stage The main stage is the period of study after the preliminary year, and lasts until the conferral of your degree. The main stage involves three years of study (nominally) and consists of the following: A major (main programme) of 150 EC 14/216

15 An optional subjects component of at least 30 EC. Students who have spent more than half their lives in the Netherlands are obliged to do their minor at a partner university outside the Netherlands. Students who have spent at least half their lives abroad may do their minor in the IBMS, elsewhere in the Netherlands or abroad. During the main stage, IBMS students do two internships: during the last term of year 2 and the last two terms of year 4. One must be done abroad. The second internship includes the graduation assignment. During the main stage, IBMS students must choose a foreign language. 1. Foreign languages within the IBMS programme: IBMS foreign languages (a) Students of cohort 2011 or earlier You have a programme of 18 EC in total in main phase 1, 2 and 3. In this programme German, Spanish and Dutch are regularly offered within the IBMS programme. (b) Students of cohort 2012 You have a programme of 10 EC in total in the curriculum of main phase 1. In this curriculum Business French, Business German, Business Spanish and Dutch are regularly offered within the IBMS programme. Native speakers of Dutch, French, German or Spanish must opt for another language than their native language. 2. Foreign languages outside the IBMS programme: an alternative route Students may request the exam board to approve an alternative route for an IBMS foreign language or an alternative foreign language. The following conditions apply: The approval of the exam board must be requested and obtained before the student starts this alternative route. The student submits a certificate of the IBMS or alternative language on the required level to the exam board (levels: see below). The exam board accepts only certificates of accredited institutes: a. A university, a hogeschool (university of applied sciences) or b. An accredited language school, only for these 5 languages with these accreditations: Chinese: Must be accredited by the Confucius Institute, the exam has to be an HSK exam. French: Must be accredited by the French Ministry of Education, with a DEFF or DALF exam. German: Must be Goethe Institut accredited. Russian: Must be authorised to give the TORFL (Test of Russian as a Foreign Language), accredited by the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation Spanish: Must be Instituto Cervantes accredited Note: if you study the IBMS or alternative foreign language at a university during your minor study abroad, then this foreign language can count either for your minor or for your alternative route, but not for both at the same time. 4. Native speakers cannot opt for their native language, and semi native speakers must pass their IBMS or alternative language on a higher level than the levels mentioned below: higher than B1 (cohort 2011 or earlier) or higher level than A2 (cohort 2012). 15/216

16 Note: only the IBMS foreign languages passed within the IBMS programme result in a mark in Osiris, IBMS or alternative languages certified outside IBMS result in an exemption in Osiris. Foreign languages in this alternative route are: (a) Students in cohort 2011 or earlier B1 level for: the IBMS foreign languages Dutch, German, Spanish, or the alternative languages French, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese or Russian. A2 level for: Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Finnish, Portuguese or Turkish. (b) Students in cohort 2012: A2 level for: all languages Other foreign languages than the abovementioned can be discussed and will be permitted only after approval of the management of IBMS and the Board of Examiners. When all main stage courses have been sufficiently completed, students can apply to the Board of Examiners for their Bachelor diploma. See art. 19 OER-HU Admission to main stage Once you have successfully completed your preliminary year and received your diploma for that year, you will be admitted to the main stage of the study programme. If you have received a preliminary year diploma for a study programme from another institute and wish to be admitted to the main stage of a study programme at the HU on the basis of that diploma, you must submit a request to that effect to the programme. The programme will then assess whether your diploma is acceptable. If you are admitted, you will not be able to obtain a preliminary diploma from the HU. See Section 0 (exemptions). If you have not yet completed your preliminary year, then it may be nonetheless possible to take modules in the main stage and sit exams unless the Board of Examiners decides otherwise. If you decide to take modules in the main stage of the programme before receiving a recommendation as meant in Section 2.4.2, you should be aware that the norm for receiving a positive recommendation on the continuation of your studies relates only to modules that have successfully been completed in the preliminary year part of the programme. So if you decide to take modules in the main stage but do not have a sufficient number of EC from your preliminary year at the time that the recommendation is issued, you may find yourself being given a negative recommendation. This means you will have to leave the programme, regardless of how many EC you may have gained in the main stage. Exempt students and exemptions If you have received a preliminary year diploma for a study programme from another institute and wish to be admitted to the main phase of a study programme at the FEM on the basis of that diploma, you must submit a request to that effect to the programme. You still have to be admitted to the study programme via the drawing lots. The programme will then assess whether your diploma is acceptable. If you are admitted, you will not be able to obtain a preliminary diploma from the HU. See Section 0 (exemptions). Who already has earned (a part of) the preliminary year at another university (of applies sciences) may also enrol. Then you are an exempt student and you may qualify for exemptions in the preliminary year. Your Intake coordinator may give you an indiciation ot the number of exemptions when you enrol. After your enrolment, the Board of Examiners will discuss your petition to see if you actually qualify for exemptions. If the Board approves, you will receive an official notification and the exemption will be registered in Osiris. For more information about abridged routes see section /216

17 See art. 17 en 24 OER-HU Programmes In each academic year, the programme department sets the curriculum of the main stage. This is valid only in the year for which it is set. The main stage courses are shown below, for each year of the programme, and include the number of EC that they are worth, and the OSIRIS code. You can find complete descriptions of the courses at the back of this Study Guide and in OSIRIS. Table: courses IBMS four year track main stage 1 (cohort 2012) Stage Term Courses EC Osiris code H1 A Finance and Managerial Accounting 2 5 MBIB-FIMANAC2-13 H1 A Business Process Management 5 MBIB-BPM-13 H1 B Marketing 2 5 MBIB-MKG2-13 H1 B Business Ethics 5 MBIB-BUSET-13 H1 C Economics 2 5 MBIB-EC2-13 H1 C Project Management 5 MBIB-PROMAN-13 H1 C Lean StartUp 5 MBIB-LESTART-13 H1 D Internship 1 15 MBIB-INTERSH1-08 Language electives (*) H1 A Business French 1 5 MBIB-BFRENCH1-13 H1 A Business German 1 5 MBIB-BGERMAN1-13 H1 A Business Spanish 1 5 MBIB-BSPAN1-13 H1 A+B or C+D Dutch Beginners A1 5 MBIB-DUTBEGA1-12 H1 B Business French 2 5 MBIB-BFRENCH2-13 H1 B Business German 2 5 MBIB-BGERMAN2-13 H1 B Business Spanish 2 5 MBIB-BSPAN2-13 H1 A+B or C+D Dutch Beginners A2 5 MBIB-DUTBEGA2-12 (*) Students opt for one out of these four languages. Native speakers of Dutch, French, Spanish or German must select a language other than their native language. Table: courses IBMS four year track main stage 2 and 3 (cohort 2011 and older) Stage Term Courses EC Osiris code H2 A+B or C+D Optional subjects component 30 H2 A or C Organizational Behaviour and HRM 3 MBIB-OBHRM-11 H2 A or C Business Ethics 3 MBIB-BUSETHI-09 H2 A or C International Sales Management 6 MBIB-INTSAMAN-09 H2 B or D International Economics 3 MBIB-INTECO-00 H2 B or D Corporate Finance 6 MBIB-CORPFIN-09 H2 B or D Business English 3 Argumentation 3 MBIB-BUSENGAR-10 Language elective (*) H2 A+B or C+D Dutch Beginners 3 6 MBIB-DUTBEG3-10 H2 A+B or C+D German Beginners 3 6 MBIB-GERBEG3-00 H2 A+B or C+D Spanish Beginners 3 6 MBIB-SPABEG3-01 Stage Term Courses EC Osiris code H3 A Strategic Marketing Management 1 3 MBIB-SMM1-10 H3 A Strategic Marketing Management 2 3 MBIB-SMM /216

18 H3 A International Finance 1 3 MBIB-INTFIN1-09 H3 A Global Supply Chain Management 1 3 MBIB-GLSCM1-10 H3 B International Finance 2 3 MBIB-INTFIN2-09 H3 B Global Supply Chain Management 2 3 MBIB-GLSCM2-10 H3 B Intopia 6 MBIB-INTOPIA-01 H3 A+B or C+D Graduation Project Research Skills 3 MBIB-GRPRRESK-09 H3 Year Internship/Graduation Project 30 MBIB-INTGRAD-11 Language elective (*) H3 A+B Dutch Beginners 4 3 MBIB-DUTBEG4-05 H3 A+B German Beginners 4 3 MBIB-GB4-10 H3 A+B Spanish Beginners 4 3 MBIB-SPABEG4-01 (*) Students opt for one out of these three languages. Native speakers of Dutch, Spanish or German must select a language other than their native language. Table: courses IBMS three year (fast) track year 2 and 3 (cohort 2012) Stage Term Courses EC Osiris code FT year 2 A Business Process Management 5 MBIB-BPM-13 FT year 2 A International Finance 1 3 MBIB-INTFIN1-09 FT year 2 A Strategy & Marketing 1 Strategy 3 MBIB-STRMAR1-08 FT year 2 B Marketing 2 5 MBIB-MKG2-13 FT year 2 B Organizational Behaviour and HRM 3 MBIB-OBHRM-11 FT year 2 B International Finance 2 3 MBIB-INTFIN2-09 FT year 2 B Business & IT 2 AIS 3 MBIB-BUSIT2-11 FT year 2 C Business Ethics 5 MBIB-BUSET-13 FT year 2 C Corporate Finance 6 MBIB-CORPFIN-09 FT year 2 C Strategic Marketing Management 1 3 MBIB-SMM1-10 FT year 2 C Strategic Marketing Management 2 3 MBIB-SMM2-10 FT year 2 A+B Global Management Project AB 12 MBIB-GLOMAPRO-13 FT year 2 C Global Management Project C 12 MBIB-GLOMAPR2-13 FT year 2 D Internship 15 MBIB-INTERSH1-08 Credit points FT year 2 in total 81 FT year 3 A+B Optional subjects component 30 FT year 3 C+D Internship/Graduation Project 30 MBIB-INTGRAD-11 FT year 2 and/or 3 Language elective 18 Credit points FT year 3 in total 78 FT year 2 and/or 3 Language elective (*) FT year 2 and/or 3 Dutch 1 (**) 3 MBIB-DUTCH1-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 Dutch 2 (**) 3 MBIB-DUTCH2-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 Dutch 3 (**) 3 MBIB-DUTCH3-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 Dutch Beginners 3 6 MBIB-DUTBEG3-10 FT year 2 and/or 3 Dutch Beginners 4 3 MBIB-DUTBEG4-05 FT year 2 and/or 3 German 1 (**) 3 MBIB-GERMAN1-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 German 2 (**) 3 MBIB-GERMAN2-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 German 3 (**) 3 MBIB-GERMAN3-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 German Beginners 3 6 MBIB-GERBEG3-00 FT year 2 and/or 3 German Beginners 4 3 MBIB-GB /216

19 FT year 2 and/or 3 Spanish 1 (**) 3 MBIB-SPANISH1-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 Spanish 2 (**) 3 MBIB-SPANISH2-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 Spanish 3 (**) 3 MBIB-SPANISH3-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 Spanish Beginners 3 6 MBIB-SPABEG3-01 FT year 2 and/or 3 Spanish Beginners 4 3 MBIB-SPABEG4-01 (*) Students opt for one out of these three languages. Native speakers of Dutch, Spanish or German must select a language other than their native language. (**) These 3 EC courses are taken out of the new 5 EC IBMS programme in main stage 1 from onwards; see for weavers and conversion below. Table: courses IBMS three year (fast) track year 3 (cohort 2011) Stage Term Courses EC Osiris code FT year 3 A+B Optional subjects component 30 FT year 3 C+D Internship/Graduation Project 30 MBIB-INTGRAD-11 FT year 2 and/or 3 Language elective 18 Credit points FT year 3 in total 78 FT year 2 and/or 3 Language elective (*) FT year 2 and/or 3 Dutch 1 (**) 3 MBIB-DUTCH1-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 Dutch 2 (**) 3 MBIB-DUTCH2-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 Dutch 3 (**) 3 MBIB-DUTCH3-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 Dutch Beginners 3 6 MBIB-DUTBEG3-10 FT year 2 and/or 3 Dutch Beginners 4 3 MBIB-DUTBEG4-05 FT year 2 and/or 3 German 1 (**) 3 MBIB-GERMAN1-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 German 2 (**) 3 MBIB-GERMAN2-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 German 3 (**) 3 MBIB-GERMAN3-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 German Beginners 3 6 MBIB-GERBEG3-00 FT year 2 and/or 3 German Beginners 4 3 MBIB-GB4-10 FT year 2 and/or 3 Spanish 1 (**) 3 MBIB-SPANISH1-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 Spanish 2 (**) 3 MBIB-SPANISH2-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 Spanish 3 (**) 3 MBIB-SPANISH3-08 FT year 2 and/or 3 Spanish Beginners 3 6 MBIB-SPABEG3-01 FT year 2 and/or 3 Spanish Beginners 4 3 MBIB-SPABEG4-01 (*) Students opt for one out of these three languages. Native speakers of Dutch, Spanish or German must select a language other than their native language. (**) These 3 EC courses are taken out of the new 5 EC IBMS programme in main stage 1 from onwards; see for weavers and conversion below. In IBMS offers a new curriculum in main stage 1: all 3 or 6 EC courses are taken out of the programme and a new 5 EC curriculum is offered. If you did not pass these old courses yet, you will have the opportunity in via a weaver regulation; this regulation is published on the IBMS course intranet. From onwards this weaver regulation does not apply anymore and the 3 EC or 6 EC courses will be converted to 5 EC courses. See art. 18, 24 and art 28 OER-HU. 19/216

20 2.5.3 Internships and value of internships IBMS contains two internships. Internship 1 is worth 15 European credits (EC) and takes place in term D of year 2. Students may not do Internship 1 until they have successfully completed year 1. The second internship involves a graduation project and is worth 30 European credits (EC). Year 4 students do Internship 2 in terms C and D. Before doing Internship 2, students must have successfully completed year 1 and Internship 1, and have at least 108 European credits (EC) in the main stage. IBMS students must do at least one internship abroad. Forms, rules and regulations, and procedures for the internships can be found on the information site Internship Office FEM on the intranet. See art. 26 OER-HU Optional subjects component In addition to the main part of the study programme (major), there is also an optional subjects component worth 30 EC. This allows you to help design your programme, with a focus on broadening and deepening your knowledge. IBMS students who have spent more than half their lives in the Netherlands must go to a partner university for their minor. There is a lot of choice but a coach will be appointed to check the courses you choose. They must be at third year level and must not overlap with obligatory IBMS courses. Moreover, you will be advised to consider your future career when making your choice. As a temporary provision IBMS students may choose for a minor or a premaster programme at home. In this case the student must complete a 30 credits programme equivalent to IBMS major courses abroad. For this temporary provision a student must consult the study abroad coordinator and must have permission of the Board of Examiners. Fast track students may complete their optional profile courses at a partner university abroad, or they may choose for a premaster programme at home. See art. 19 en 21 OER-HU Excellence The HU excellence programme offers you as a student the opportunity to have activities you have undertaken to be recognized as an excellent achievement. The basis of excellence is formed by the Star System. Five aspects of excellence have been defined (leadership, reflective professional and expertise; vision, motivation and passion; internationalization; innovation and dissemination) and operationalized in assessment criteria, based on the profile of the excellent new professional practitioner. You can demonstrate excellence in each of these aspects by means of results achieved, which will earn you a star. If you have been able to demonstrate excellence on each aspect, you can obtain the Excellent designation. This is an official HU document which you will receive in addition to your diploma when you graduate. In principle, an additional six months time investment is required for achieving the Excellent designation. Within the HU, there are different kinds of excellence tracks. Activities that are eligible for recognition as excellent can either be developed by the HU ( supply-based excellence tracks ) or put forward by yourself ( demand-based excellence tracks ). Achievements are assessed using a fixed procedure. The Excellent designation is awarded by an Excellence Committee set up by the faculty, institute or study programme. The Board of Examiners has the task of procedurally safeguarding the assessment policies. Information on excellence in your faculty can be found on the SharePoint site at Procedures Achieving a Star 1) You can either take part in a supply-based excellence track or come up with a suggestion for activities or projects of your own that could be considered for stars (demand-based excellence 20/216

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