International Business School, The Hague Netherlands

The International Business School The Hague (IBSH) is a brand new innovative school of business and management established in The Netherlands and is based in the city of The Hague. The IBSH is unlike many other business schools in that it has specifically designed its Bachelor programs to challenge its students to become better business leaders.

Master's Programmes



IBSH is a legally established institution of higher learning and will be offering Bachelor’s degree programs in Business Management, Banking and Financial , Accounting and Finance.

Post-graduate courses will be introduced after careful assessment in coming years. Management is also planning to introduce tailored and customized courses for corporate trainings in selected areas. In subsequent years, part-time undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs could be introduced to cater for a busy working corporate class of people residing in and around The Hague city.


IBSH’s vision “Creating Dynamic Leaders” is about educating students about the various complexities that the world’s businesses will face in the near and distant future. IBSH believes that by maintaining a firm grasp on future trends and innovative initiatives, it will be able to deliver highly pertinent and meaningful content to students in a fashion that best prepares them for leadership roles in their respective domains. A dynamic leader is a person that can understand the holistic picture and can make sound decisions in times of great complexity.


Housing services

Living in the Netherlands can be quite expensive compared to other countries. We want to inform you in advance of the costs of living in The Hague, so you may know what to expect. On average studying in Holland, including your tuition fee, insurance and study books costs between € 900 and € 1200 a month. However, if you include going out and having an active social life, you may need more.

Medical services

Students who are older than 30 and will study in the Netherlands for more than 3 years, as well as students who have a part-time job, are obliged to cover themselves through the Dutch health care system.

All health insurance companies in the Netherlands offer the basic healthcare insurance policy, and you are free to choose whichever insurance company you prefer.