Metropolia Business School blog

This blog is by and for students on the international degree programmes in Metropolia Business School. We are part of Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, the largest university of its kind in Finland.

We are a leading international business school in Finland and unique in many ways. We are big enough to offer you a wide variety of courses and opportunities but small enough to know your name. We pride ourselves on our family atmosphere – you can approach any staff member or lecturer easily and you will get individual guidance throughout your studies. We are truly international because nearly half of our students are with foreign background and most of our lecturers are native speakers of English.

Our European Business Administration programme is a double degree run with partners in Europe. Studying EBA, in just 4 years you will receive a Bachelor’s diploma from Metropolia and the partner university – a clear advantage for your future. We have been pioneers in the double degree arena for more than 15 years.

Our International Business and Logistics programme is single degree with a possibility to study abroad for 6-12 months with options in over 90 countries, anywhere around the world. With IBL you can specialise in Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Finance, Marketing or Management.

Studying in Metropolia awards you with advanced skills in business, international exposure, cultural knowledge and readiness to work in challenging and changing international environments.

Want to study with us? Click the link: http://www.metropolia.fi/en/apply/

 

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