Business and economic business communication
The University of Antwerp Faculty of Business and Economics has a long-standing reputation for producing multilingual graduates. In our strong export-oriented business world, multilingualism is more than decisive as a selection criterion for recruitment and promotion. The stronger your language skills are as an economist, the greater your advantage in the labour market will be.
The following information applies to the Faculty of Business and Economics study programmes in Business Economics, Economic Policy, Business Engineering, Business Engineering (Management Information Systems) (for the study programmes, click here).
In concrete terms, you determine your language study choice yourself. You can choose from four languages, all of which are important for business; English, French, German and Spanish, each with a different entry level depending on your secondary education. The courses are business-communication oriented.