Established in 1984, the International Business Centre (IBC) at Aalborg University is a specialist in global business studies and an integral part of the Department of Business and Management. Read more about the International Business Centre.
International Business Centre
Nr 1 in diversity
Our students and the academic staff come from about 30 different countries creating a very special environment where cultures interact and where people learn from each other.
Read current and past students' testimonials about their experience while attending one of the programmes IBC contributes to.
Read the testimonials
The 6th Aalborg International business conference
Visit our conference website to sign up for our bi-annual conference on international business. Here, you can also find information on our doctoral course on Making Sense of Trends and Effects of Globalization: Theory and Practice Perspectives.
2016 conference: "Embracing the opportunities and challenges of Globalization - from the west, the East and the South" DATES: 1 – 3 June 2016
Gateway to your international career
Education opens new doors to global career opportunities. Learn more about each of the four international programmes IBC contributes to.
Watch one of our PROGRAMME videos and get inspired:
The company Better Word Fashion made by Associate Professor Reimer Ivang has been nominated to one of the most circular companies in the northern part of Jutland.
The company Better Word Fashion made by Associate Professor Reimer Ivang has been nominated to the most circular company in the northern part of Jutland within recycling and sustainability.
New book by Professor Marin A. Marinov
The book is entitled “Research Handbook of Marketing in Emerging Economies” and has just been released on the market. (On April 28th, 2017)
Is Big Data the “Holy Grail” in marketing?
Young Graduate News, April 2017
New professor at IBC
Mrs Svetla T. Marinova has been appointed professor in International Business and Marketing at the Department of Business & Management. Congratulation!
Book a lecture with Associate Professor Romeo V. Turcan
Book a lecture with Associate Professor Romeo V. Turcan, and expand your horizons on the topics: “The creation and legitimation of new industries” and “Internationalisation of universities is unethical”.
New publication by Mohammad B. Rana from International Business Centre
New publication by Mohammad B. Rana and Maria Elo: "Transnational Diaspora and Civil Society Actors Driving MNE Internationalisation: The Case of Grameenphone in Bangladesh" The publication is published in the Journal of International Management