Study Abroad

Students at Business Information Systems, BINUS International can choose to spend their final two semesters at the following universities in their pursuit of double degree or a master degree.

 

Studying at the CBS means that you are located in Cologne for your studies, a lively metropolis in the heart of Europe. As one of the largest university cities in Germany, Cologne has many appealing features which make it truly attractive to young people. Science, economics and culture pulsate day and night in the lively student scene in the centre of the Rhineland.

 

QUT is a major Australian university with a strong focus on applied research. Based in Brisbane, it has about 40,000 students, including 6,000 international students, with over 4,000 staff members, and an annual budget of more than A$750 million. QUT ranks within the top 10 Australian Universities and upper 3% world-wide.

 

 

Auckland University of Technology, located in Auckland-New Zealand, is a contemporary university, with a distinctive approach to teaching and learning, focused on providing student-centred, innovative and responsive learning experiences.

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With more than 30,000 students from over 130 countries, Northumbria University is one of the UK’s largest and most successful universities. Northumbria has a rich history going back through its constituent colleges to the late nineteenth century. Offering courses in most major subject areas such as Engineering, Computing, Sciences, Business, Law, Design, Built and Natural Environment, Arts, Social Sciences, Psychology, Sport, Health and many more.

 

Macquarie University, Sydney

Macquarie University, located in Sydney-Australia, is on track to becoming one of Australia’s leading research universities. Macquarie is home to some of the world’s most pre-eminent researchers many of whom are members of our 18 Concentrations of Research Excellence. These concentrations cover a diverse range of fields from Ancient History to Climate Change.