Charter and GEP
International relations are managed by our international office. If you have any questions regarding our programs, the possibilities to come and study with us or if you would like to partner with us, please feel free to contact us at any time.
We are happy to help you with your questions and look into possibilities. Upon your request we can send you a course manual with detailed information.
Netherlands Business Academy
4823 ZD Breda
+31 (0)76 820 05 05
Netherlands Business Academy is coordinator for the Erasmus+ projects:
• European Citizenship, Heritage & Culture; ECHC
• Training and society transformation; ‘Mediats’
• International Students Adaptation and Integration; ‘Interadis’
• Synergy of educational, scientific, management and industrial components for climate management and climate change prevention; ‘Climan’
Simultaneous translation services
At institutional level Netherlands Business Academy arranges simultaneous translation services. This means that for outbound students who do not speak or read the local language (i.e. in current partnering program with institutions in Russia), two translators will accompany the students to the partner institute.
One translator will be responsible for language translations. The second translator will be able to converse with the local staff in the specific language regarding content and provide translations on a content-based level. This should ensure correct dissemination of the necessary knowledge.
Necessary language skills
The necessary language skills and measures taken to ensure correct dissemination of knowledge are always negotiated and discussed with partner institutes before mobility. No mobility can take place without such an agreement, both for incoming as well as outgoing mobility.
Erasmus Charter for Higher Education
Netherlands Business Academy was officially awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) under the Erasmus + programme. The Erasmus+ programme aims to support actions in the fields of Education, Training, youth and Sport for the periode 2021-2027.
Please find below our Erasmus Charter, the related Erasmus Policy Statement and our Gender Equality Plan.
ECTS methodology and recognition
The academic credit system complies with the European Credit Transfer System. ECTS credits are allocated on the basis of student workload which can be divided into self-study and attending lectures. 1 ECTS represents 28 hours of study.
NVAO academic regulations
At NLBA students can acquire up to 60 ECTS for a fulltime academic year and 30 ECTS when studying part-time. This is in line with NVAO academic regulations and a prerequisite for offering accredited education. The academic year at NLBA is divided into two semesters, per semester 30 ECTS can be achieved in a full-time program and 15 ECTS when studying part-time.
NLBA provides a 4-year BBA program. Minimum number of credits to be obtained are 240 ECTS, students can either choose to follow this program in full-time or part-time. The master programs all comprise of programs where a minimum 60 ECTS can be obtained.
All information regarding specific ECTS achievement per course are included in the teaching rules and regulations which are available upon request. Please contact our international office if you need help or more information (email@example.com).
Details about our BBA Progam and ECTS can be found here.