IST College - Bachelor in International Business

Bachelor in International Business

Admission Requirements

  • Recognised high school diploma or end of secondary school certificate (Apolytirion, Baccalaureate, A levels)
  • Students, whose first language is other than English will need to provide evidence (a TOEFL or TOEIC exam result) of fluency to at least a B2 level, 560 on the TOEFL

Career Prospects

As graduates of the International Business Programme, you will have the opportunity to continue your studies in Master programmes or start your international career. Due to the bi-cultural aspect of the programme and curriculum, you will be qualified to work either in Greece or abroad in many fields of expertise, such as export, finance, logistics, marketing. So, as graduates of this programme, employment prospects are excellent, since you have a plethora of options and may choose a career path in any of the above mentioned fields in all sectors of the economy.

Aims of the Programme

    The programme aims to:
  • Produce graduates with the necessary skills and knowledge so that they can make an effective contribution to an organisation in the capacity of junior manager
  • Develop students’ critical appreciation of the role of managers in a global context
  • Prepare students to design and follow their own continuing professional development
  • Prepare students in their future professional development
  • Equip students with the analytical and evaluative skills with degree level in higher education, i.e. to develop students’ intellectual powers, their understanding, their judgment, problem solving skills with an ability to communicate to a broad public
  • Enhance their appreciation of cultural differences at every level


Structure of the Programme


1st Year

    A’ Semester
  • Introduction to Finance
  • Introduction to Marketing
  • Integrated Marketing Communications
  • Cross Cultural Management
  • Language
  • Language (Conversation)
  • Employability and Personal Development
    B’ Semester
  • International Economics
  • Financial Analysis
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Strategic Planning in Advertising
  • Negotiation
  • Language
  • Language (Conversation)
  • Entrepreneurship, Technology and Innovation

2nd Year

    Α' Semester
  • Financial Investments
  • Strategic Brand Management
  • Business French
  • Human Resources Management
  • Operational Management
  • Language
    Β' Semester
  • Corporate Finance
  • Banking and Finance
  • Services Marketing
  • International Business Strategy
  • Human Resources Management
  • Language
  • Students may select 2 business cultural classes of their choice

3rd Year

    A’ Semester
  • International Finance
  • B2B Marketing
  • Portfolio Analysis
  • International Marketing
  • Cross-cultural Management
  • European Union
  • Supply Chain Management
    B’ Semester
  • Internship