The Global Bachelor Program allows students to have a truly global experience and study on 3 different continents, ie. Europe, Asia and North America. Students are required to earn a minimum of 15 credits at any of our campuses in Europe, a minimum of 15 credits at our Satellite Campus in Tokyo, Japan, and can transfer a maximum of 67.5 credits from the New York Extension Program. The remaining credits can be earned at any of our campuses in Europe and Asia. Starting the Global Bachelor program is possibly only in Europe and Asia.
The Global Bachelor option can be applied to any Bachelor program for which the necessary courses are offered during the student's time at our campuses in Europe and Asia, and at our partner school in New York. Upon starting the program, students should consult with their local Academic Coordinator to develop a personalized course planning that allows them to meet the necessary program requirements. Refer to the Program Schedule for an overview of available programs and specializations.
Earn a global degree at UIBS by studying in Europe and Tokyo, and finishing with one of our academic partners in New York.
Earn a second degree at UIBS for an additional 60 credits, or continue with one of our academic partners around the world.
Spend one or more quarters at our satellite campus in Tokyo, Japan and experience all the city and country have to offer.
"The school had an incredible nurturing environment that I felt comfortable growing in. It was very challenging as well; I felt very open talking to my professors and fellow students about pushing myself forward academically and as a person." Scarlett, Bachelor Student
"I’ve been able to create long-lasting friendships with international people from all over the world. UIBS has given me all the professional skills and tools I needed to develop in my career." Elvitz, Master Student
"The school is so diverse; you have the possibility to travel the world and change campuses. During the global study trip, so many campuses came together, and even if you don’t know the students, you have something in common and everybody is just one big family." Philip, Bachelor Student