To be eligible for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, you must have access to higher education in your home country. You also have to provide evidence of your proficiency in mathematics as well as English.
You need to have a good command of English. Unless you are of Anglo-Saxon origin, you will be required to submit a TOEFL or IELTS certificate. If you have already completed an English-language academic programme at an Anglo-Saxon university, your degree will be considered sufficient proof of your English proficiency.
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Today, companies have to find their way in an increasingly complex economy. Globalisation has extended markets far beyond national borders and technology keeps global commerce moving 24 hours a day. Some products and services become increasingly complex, while others are becoming obsolete. Consumers demand prompt and customised service at the best price. Businesses require complex networks of distribution. These are just some examples of the issues you will address as a student in the BSc in Business Administration (BBA).
The BBA programme is taught in English and has a strong international focus. It is both handson and academic. It follows a practice-as-orientation and science-as-foundation approach. It teaches you the academic skills you need to complete assignments and research and write your bachelors (in the BBA) and masters (in the MBA) thesis. You will develop both your analytical skills and your academic and professional communication skills. You will learn to think critically and to present your findings in a concrete and concise manner.
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The BBA programme is structured along five domains:
You are taught by researchers as well as business managers. In each of the three stages (years) you work on a management project to develop the management and communication skills that are important to business professionals.
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Business administrators are managers who can make informed strategic decisions in response to economic challenges and opportunities. Although many BBA graduates go on to graduate-level studies, your BBA degree certainly has value in its own right in todays job market. We are well-equipped to support you in this respect. Students and alumni can consult relevant job vacancies and internships with the help of an online application. You will also have the opportunity to meet potential employers at job fairs organised throughout the year and during campus recruitment activities.
As a BBA graduate, you marshal knowledge that can be successfully applied in a wide range of vacancies and sectors. Depending on your personal interests and career goals, your degree will give you access to positions in purchasing, sales, marketing, production control, planning and budgeting, financial management and ICT. BBA graduates also find employment in banks and insurance companies, join the civil service or one of the European institutions, or start their own company.