Earn necessary skills and competencies
for your future career

 

Department of Management gives you the tools for success!

Whether you aim to be an entrepreneur, head your own company; or to work for private businesses, non-profit organisations or government agencies, our modern course offerings prepare you for the future of work in the connected world.

 

What makes us unique?

Our program is unique in its effort to help students meet the demands made on them by the increasingly competitive job market. Through hands-on learning in classes, internship, interaction with business experts, leadership in students clubs, you earn necessary skills and competencies for future careers.

 

What makes us unique?

Our program is unique in its effort to help students meet the demands made on them by the increasingly competitive job market. Through hands-on learning in classes, internship, interaction with business experts, leadership in students clubs, you earn necessary skills and competencies for future careers.

 

At IBU we don't just educate, we build future Business Leaders

 

Modern and Supportive Environment

Among numerous similar programs what makes us unique are friendly and smiling faces, professors who genuinely care and staff who will go out of their way to help. Our students are number one priority, here and you will never be a nameless face... that's a promise.


Facilities & Special Features

Whatever your ambitions, we’re here to help you to achieve them.


 

Facilities & Special Features

Whatever your ambitions, we’re here to help you to achieve them.


High-Profile Academic Staff

Academic staff are experienced and talented professionals in the field

Dynamic internship programs

It will give you the exposure and experience to get your career off the ground.

Successful Mentoring Program

Individualized mentorship approach to each student.

Classrooms & Labs

Modern, well-equipped facilities combined with leading software in the industry.

Erasmus Student Exchange Program

Helps students study abroad for a more rounded global education experience.

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Just changing your mindset to think like an entrepreneur.

Nereida Hadžiahmetović, Head of Department of Management

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Just changing your mindset to think like an entrepreneur.

Nereida Hadžiahmetović, Head of Department of Management

We’d love to hear from you anytime

We Can Help You

Is there a scholarship exam and who can apply for it?
There is a scholarship exam and all domestic students can apply for it.
How can I apply for it?
Visit our link Scholarship exam
When does the exam take place?
The scholarship exam will be held on March 29, 2020.
Where will it be held?
The exam will be organized in four cities: Bihać, Tuzla, Zenica, Sarajevo

News and Announcements

February 14, 2020

Students Visited The Directorate for European Integration (DEI)

On Friday the 10th of January, 3rd-year students of the Management Department that are attending the course European Integration and Economy of B&H had an opportunity to visit […]
February 14, 2020

The Importance of the Teamwork in the Company

Ajla Badza held a lesson where she talked about teamwork. On Project Management course, we had a guest lecturer from the IT sector.  Ajla Badza, completed […]
February 14, 2020

Erasmus student – Carmen Epure

Erasmus student from Romania Carmen Epure shared her experience about Burch University and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Current Students

 
 
Internships

Internships add a significant workplace experience to a student's education. Students gain valuable "hands on" work experience which makes this a key stepping stone for the future professional and personal development. In addition, internships allow students to interact and network with professionals in the field of work in which they may one day have a career.

Students must complete 30 business-days (6 weeks) internship in companies working in the field of business, finance, management, marketing etc, on a part-time basis (4 hours per day). At the end of internship, students are supposed to have completed at least 120 working hours.

Once the accepting company has been selected, students have to get a consent from the internship coordinator. Events and experiences from internship must be documented and presented in the form of a clear and concise report (Internship Notebook), which in the end, student brings to the internship committee for evaluation. The accepting company must send two documents to the University's address via POST or a SEALED and STAMPED official envelope:


  • Company's Student Evaluation Form HERE

  • The Internship Acceptance Form HERE.

  • „Company's Student Evaluation Form“ directly impacts student's grade for this course, whereas „The Internship Acceptance Form“ serves as a proof and acknowledgement that the student has really done the internship at the selected firm.

    Students are expected to get abreast of real business and work environment and get involved in as many aspects of day to day operation activities. In addition, students are generally expected to:

  • Work effectively, as part of a team, develop interpersonal, organizational and problem-solving skills within a managed environment, exercise personal responsibility etc..
  • Apply technical, practical and critical thinking skills and get recognized for them
  • Actively participate in, reflect on, and take responsibility for personal learning and development;
  • Course code MAN 301 will be assigned to every student of the third year. We advise students to do the internship during the summer break. Students are encouraged to fully engage in seeking the appropriate internship opportunity for themselves. University is not obliged to provide a student with the company to do internship, but will always guide the student so that he/she finds one easier and faster. Please note that it is also possible to do the internship abroad.

    DOWNLOADS

    1. to download „Internship Acceptance Form“ click HERE

    2. to download „Company's Student Evaluation Form“ click HERE

    3. to download „Internship Notebook“ click HERE

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