Arnhem Business School
This internationally renowned business school offers a variety of courses in the fields of business, economics, communications, finance, logistics, human resources and law. Internationalisation is a key factor in shaping young professionals and this is reflected in the faculty’s global network of partner organisations, universities, research centres and joint projects.
Arnhem Business School (ABS) provides high-quality, challenging and engaging education that follows the latest trends in the business world. With more than 1,000 students from 30 different countries, our main objective is to enhance employability and internationalisation.
ABS has its own Facebook page where students can keep up to date on latest developments.
New: Arnhem Business School Community
We would like to invite you all to visit the new Arnhem Business School website.
It is a place where everything comes together: our courses, alumni, partner universities/companies, staff, campus; all represented in a modern digital environment.
But the thing we want to show most, is the actual life of an ABS Student. We captured this by creating 4 professional films of your fellow students Timur, Shehana, Angel and Rens. We hope their stories will inspire you and anyone that's interested in becoming a part of our community.
Check out now: www.arnhembusinessschool.com
- Finance and Control
- International Business and Management Studies
- Logistics Management (Economics)
The 1st year of a Bachelors course at ABS is a foundation year in which a broad range of business-related subjects are taught. The 1st year is similar for all the Bachelors degree courses and students can choose to switch between ABS Bachelors courses.
Students at Arnhem Business School benefit from our large pool of teaching staff with international professional backgrounds and our strong relationships with many well-known foreign companies and institutions of higher education. ABS has agreements with around 100 partner institutions all over the world. Cooperation agreements include student and staff exchange programmes, joint research and the development of common projects and degree courses.