Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Admission Requirements

Enrolling for this study plan is only possible based on your academic record.

Overview of the study plan

Incoming Bachelor students in Economics/Management

Electives for incoming BA students in Economics/Management

Incoming Bachelor students in Economics/Management can make a choice among the following courses.

Important notes:

• Some courses listed are taught in Dutch. For these courses a personal assignment or an examination in English can be organised. Please contact the professor concerned for further information.
• Non-listed courses in Dutch may only be chosen when you can prove your proficiency in Dutch and show that you meet the academic prerequisites. You also need to have the approval by the professor concerned.
• Make sure you select courses that are offered during your stay. Term 1 indicates the fall semester. Term 2 corresponds with the spring semester.
• Check the timetables on the faculty website to avoid overlap of your courses:


Make sure to regularly check these timetables as they might be liable to small changes to cope with unexpected circumstances.

3ECTS credits - Academic English I
6ECTS credits - Data, Privacy and Society
6ECTS credits - Decision Analytics
6ECTS credits - Digital Business Models
6ECTS credits - Digital Marketing Industries
3ECTS credits - Economics for Business
6ECTS credits - EU Competition Policy
6ECTS credits - European Public Sphere
6ECTS credits - Financial and Managerial Accounting
6ECTS credits - Gender, Diversity and Politics
6ECTS credits - Global Banking
3ECTS credits - Academic English 2
6ECTS credits - Human Resource Management
6ECTS credits - Information Systems Strategy and Management
6ECTS credits - International Business Law
6ECTS credits - International Corporate Finance
6ECTS credits - International Finance
6ECTS credits - International Relations Theory
3ECTS credits - Introduction to Accounting and Finance
3ECTS credits - Introduction to Informatics and Supply Chain Management
3ECTS credits - Introduction to Management and HRM
3ECTS credits - Academic English 5
6ECTS credits - Information Technology: Modeling and Economics
6ECTS credits - Managerial Economics of Non-Profit Organisations
6ECTS credits - Multinational Strategic Planning
6ECTS credits - Political Structures and Processes of the European Union
6ECTS credits - Psychology of Communication
6ECTS credits - Strategic Marketing
6ECTS credits - Supply Chain Management
6ECTS credits - The Political Economy of Journalism in the EU
6ECTS credits - Advanced Finance
6ECTS credits - Urban Geography
6ECTS credits - Advanced Technology
6ECTS credits - Challenges to Democracy
6ECTS credits - Corporate Finance and Investment Analysis
6ECTS credits - Critical Issues in Digital Economics

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