Bachelor of International Business

Opt for the trilingual Cross-Border Manager track within the Bachelor of International Business and immerse yourself in various cultures. 

In a Nutshell

  • Entry requirement

    High school or Bachelor (1st year)

  • Degree awarded


  • Language

    French , English and German

  • Format

    Full time

  • Duration

    3 years


Our Cross-Border Manager track provides future cross-border managers with an outstanding, trilingual, academic, and operational education. With a strong focus on developing your language skills in French, German, and English, this track allows you to acquire theoretical knowledge and practical know-how adapted to a cross-border context. The track includes a semester-long exchange in a European country as well as an internship in France or abroad.

Objectives of the Track

  • Develop in-depth management skills
  • Acquire the tools to understand the needs and functioning of a company evolving in a dynamic and borderless environment
  • Become trilingual through intensive courses in German, French, and English
  • Develop your personal and professional goals through personalized support


Skills Developed

Hard Skills

In-depth knowledge of management

Professional know-how

Cross-border expertise


Soft Skills

Intercultural skills

Awareness of cross-border issues





Key Figures

  • 0

    continue their studies in a master's program

  • 0

    find a job in a company

  • 0

    months of internship minimum over the entire program

Their experience

"Joining EM Strasbourg has allowed me to develop many skills thanks to the different projects that the School offers. I was able to manage a team of 30 people, which was a unique and very educational experience, particularly for my age. The many partnerships at EM Strasbourg also allow us to become ...

Claire Wahl

"I joined EM Strasbourg after graduating from high school by entering the Bachelor of International Business. I am now a graduate of the Master of E-Marketing and Digital Strategy, which was a dual degree. With a wealth of experience abroad, a gap year, work experience, and various group experiences...

Arthur Kornicki

"I chose the Bachelor of International Business because it allows you to gain professional (nine months of internship) and international (three to nine months abroad) experience. I particularly enjoyed my first year in Southampton in the UK, the values-based project, and the second-year internship. ...

Mathilde May

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