International Business is pleased to announce our new master-track program with Boston University. IB students with certain requirements are eligible to continue their study to Master of Science (MS) with the following specialization:

BINUS Degree: Sarjana Ekonomi (SE)

BU MET Master’s Degree

Master of Science in Financial Management (MSFM)

Master of Science in Global Marketing Management (MSGMM)

Master of Science in Applied Business Analytics

Master of Science in Project Management (MSPM)

Master of Science in Enterprise Risk Management (MSERM)

Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM)

About Boston University:

  International study at Boston University’s Metropolitan College (MET) is more than a chance to learn at a top-ranked U.S. university; it’s a unique opportunity to live in Boston, engaging and interacting with a diverse community of students, scholars, and professionals from around the U.S. and the world..

  MET is home to more than 70 competitive, challenging, and rewarding undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs in the fields of actuarial science, computer science, business administration, criminal justice, urban affairs and city planning, arts administration, and gastronomy. 

We ensure that undergraduate and graduate students have an unforgettable, immersive study abroad experience in Boston, benefiting from the extensive resources of Boston University (BU) and the superb faculty at MET.

 MET International students:

  • Enroll full-time to study for one or two semesters—fall or spring – and choose from an array of undergraduate or graduate evening classes at MET.
  • Fulfill home institution study abroad requirements and receive an official BU transcript upon completion.
  • Receive coordinated academic advising, including pre-arrival advice, and have access to student services and support staff.
  • May participate in credit-bearing internships if they complete one of our administrative sciences graduate certificate programs.

  Similar to our other programs, students interested in participating in the Bachelor’s-to-Master’s program should have the equivalent of a 3.0 out of a U.S. 4.0 GPA and a TOEFL iBT of 84 (Reading, 21; Listening, 18; Speaking, 23; Writing, 22) or an IELTS score of 6.5 (of the four sub-scores, none may be lower than 6.5). Students should apply for the program no earlier than their final undergraduate semester at BINUS and no later than 5 years after graduating from your institution. Additionally, before the end of the first semester of study at Boston University, students must be able to provide proof of graduation. Students are required to submit an updated official transcript listing their graduation date. Please, note that if the transcript is coming directly from the student it must be in a sealed envelope. Failure to do so, students may not be able to register for second semester courses and may not be able to continue to complete the remainder of their degree on time.