Degree in Business Administration Ibiza

240 credits - Faculty of Economics and Business

Entry Profile

The Degree in Business Administration (ADE) is tailored for those interested in developing a professional career in the world of business and public administration. Students on the programme should be interested in cultivating personal initiative and an entrepreneurial spirit, as well as the ability to analyse, criticise, and synthesise. It should also be stated that developing a positive attitude towards interpersonal relationships, dialogue, communication, and teamwork is important.

Entry information

Number of places per academic year 2018-19: 30

Entry Requirements Preferences
Batxiller title or equivalent (PAU) * according to entry mark  
Title of Technician (FP - vocational training) ** according to entry mark  
Being over 25 years old and passing an entrance exam Social Sciences and Law  
University Degree  
Being over 40, having accredited work experience, and passing an interview  
Being over 45 years old and passing an entrance exam and an interview  
University Transfer  
University Transfer or Course Transfer  
Overseas Qualifications  

Calculation of the entry mark
For courses with limited places, the admission mark is calculated according to the following criteria:
* Access with the Batxillerat high school diploma or equivalent (PAU) : the entry mark is calculated (out of 14 points) taking the entry mark and based on the weighting parameters of the two best marks (weighted average) for the subjects passed in the specific test (voluntary).
* Access with a technician diploma (vocational training) : the entry mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the average mark from the vocational training course and based on the weighting parameters of the two best marks (weighted average) for the subjects passed in the specific test (voluntary).

Weighting Parameters

List of coefficients by course
Batxiller Course Parameter
Business Economics 0,2
Mathematics for the Social Sciences II 0,2
Mathematics II 0,2

Cut-off mark

Remark : The cut-off mark is calculated after the process of awarding places, and it depends on the relationship between the number of places offered for the degree programme and the demand that exists. If the demand is greater than what is offered, then the last student admitted determines the cut-off mark.

Other useful information

Validations

Credit Recognition and Transfer Committee for GADE

Member 3
Buades Mir, Pedrona
Member 4
Roig Tome, Andres

Accreditation grid for first and second cycle curricula and new curricula (degree)

Table of equivalences by curriculum Degree in Business Administration

Business Administration and Management
Business Administration and Management Degree in Business Administration
2200: Introduction to Accountancy I
21200: Finance Accounting I
2439: Quality Management in an Enterprise
21238: Quality Management
2447: Commercial Distribution Marketing
21245: Commercial Distribution Marketing
2448: Organization and Management of Human Resources
21218: Management of Human Resources
2451: Economic History of Enterprises
21203: Economic History of Enterprises
2600: Business Economics I
20607: Introduction to Business
2602: Economic Statistics
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
2603: Introduction to Economics
20600: Economic Environment
2604: Mathematics of Financial Operations I
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
  • 2605: Mathematical Methods for Economics I
  • 2606: Mathematical Methods for Economics II
20601: Mathematics
2607: Introduction to Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
2609: Introduction to Accountancy II
21201: Finance Accounting II
2610: Business Economics II
21207: Corporate Investment and Financing Decisions
2611: Spanish and World Economics II
21210: Spanish and World Economics
  • 2613: Macroeconomics I
  • 2614: Macroeconomics II
21214: Macroeconomics
2615: Microeconomics I
20605: Microeconomics
2618: Cost Accounting
21206: Cost Accountancy
2619: Commercial Law
21211: Comporate Law
2621: Commercial Management I
21216: Commercial Management I
2622: Commercial Management II
21219: Commercial Management II
2623: Financial Management I
21202: Financial Economics
2624: Financial Management II
21212: Financial Risk Management
2625: Econometrics
21205: Econometrics
2626: Econometric Applications in Enterprise
20632: Survey Analysis and Multivariate Techniques
2628: Labour Law
21236: Labour Law
2629: Accounting Analysis
21224: Account Consolidation
  • 2629: Accounting Analysis
  • 2636: Auditing I
21220: Account Analysis and Auditing
2630: Strategic Management and Enterprise Policy
21213: Business Strategy
2631: Applied Computer Science
21250: Information Technology Management
2633: Operative Research
21204: Production and Operation Management
2634: Industrial Economics
21209: Industrial Economics
2637: Auditing II
21225: Account Auditing
2639: Society Accounting
21215: Financial and Corporate Accounting
2640: Tax System
20604: Tax System
2641: Tax System II
20646: Personal Income Tax
2642: Tax System III
20647: Corporation Tax
2646: Economics and Marketing of Tourist Enterprises
21244: Tourist and Services Marketing
2647: Administrative Law
20639: Administrative Law
2924: Tourist Contracting Law
20514: Tourism Industry Contracts

Business Studies (2002)
Business Studies (2002) Degree in Business Administration
2185: Analysis of Financial Operations I
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
  • 2186: Mathematics I
  • 2187: Mathematics II
20601: Mathematics
2188: Computer Science Applied to Business Management
21250: Information Technology Management
2191: Management of Banking Entities
21227: Bank Management
  • 2194: Electronic Information Systems
  • 2197: Electronic Trade and Marketing on the Internet
21246: E-Marketing
  • 2194: Electronic Information Systems
  • 2953: Electronic Commerce and the Internet
21246: E-Marketing
2199: Business Bargaining Strategies
21237: Business Negotiation Strategies
2400: Financial Accounting I
21200: Finance Accounting I
2401: Financial Accounting II
21201: Finance Accounting II
  • 2402: Business Finance I
  • 2410: Business Finance II
21207: Corporate Investment and Financing Decisions
2403: Spanish and World Economy
21210: Spanish and World Economics
2404: Political Economy
20600: Economic Environment
2405: Introduction to Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
2406: Economic History
21203: Economic History of Enterprises
2407: Economic Statistics
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
2409: Marketing I
21216: Commercial Management I
2411: Labour Law
21236: Labour Law
2412: Financial Accounting and Societies
21215: Financial and Corporate Accounting
2414: Microeconomics
20605: Microeconomics
2415: Marketing II
21219: Commercial Management II
2416: Organization and Administration of Enterprises
21213: Business Strategy
2418: Macroeconomics
21214: Macroeconomics
2421: Introduction to Business Economics
20607: Introduction to Business
2439: Quality Management in an Enterprise
21238: Quality Management
2448: Organization and Management of Human Resources
21218: Management of Human Resources
2451: Economic History of Enterprises
21203: Economic History of Enterprises
2618: Cost Accounting
21206: Cost Accountancy
2619: Commercial Law
21211: Comporate Law
2629: Accounting Analysis
21224: Account Consolidation
2640: Tax System
20604: Tax System
2641: Tax System II
20646: Personal Income Tax
2642: Tax System III
20647: Corporation Tax
2646: Economics and Marketing of Tourist Enterprises
21244: Tourist and Services Marketing
3074: Family business
21240: Family Business
4699: Creation and Managment of Technologically Based Enterprises
21235: Entrepreneurship

Law (1997)
Law (1997) Degree in Business Administration
2901: Political Economy and the Public Treasury
20600: Economic Environment
2910: Administrative Law I
20639: Administrative Law
2915: Introduction to Commercial Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
2922: Commercial Law I
21211: Comporate Law
2930: Banking Law and the Stock Exchange
21231: Banking Law and Insurance
870: Labour Law and Social Security Law
21236: Labour Law

Economics
Economics Degree in Business Administration
2200: Introduction to Accountancy I
21200: Finance Accounting I
2205: Higher Microeconomics I
21209: Industrial Economics
2211: Applied Information Science
21250: Information Technology Management
2442: Labour Economics
20642: Education and Labour Market
2600: Business Economics I
20607: Introduction to Business
2602: Economic Statistics
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
2603: Introduction to Economics
20600: Economic Environment
2604: Mathematics of Financial Operations I
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
  • 2605: Mathematical Methods for Economics I
  • 2606: Mathematical Methods for Economics II
20601: Mathematics
2607: Introduction to Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
2609: Introduction to Accountancy II
21201: Finance Accounting II
2610: Business Economics II
21207: Corporate Investment and Financing Decisions
2611: Spanish and World Economics II
21210: Spanish and World Economics
  • 2613: Macroeconomics I
  • 2614: Macroeconomics II
21214: Macroeconomics
2615: Microeconomics I
20605: Microeconomics
2619: Commercial Law
21211: Comporate Law
2623: Financial Management I
21202: Financial Economics
2624: Financial Management II
21212: Financial Risk Management
2625: Econometrics
21205: Econometrics
2640: Tax System
20604: Tax System
2641: Tax System II
20646: Personal Income Tax
2642: Tax System III
20647: Corporation Tax
2647: Administrative Law
20639: Administrative Law

Degree in Economics
Degree in Economics Degree in Business Administration
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20600: Economic Environment
20600: Economic Environment
20601: Mathematics
20601: Mathematics
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
20604: Tax System
20604: Tax System
20605: Microeconomics
20605: Microeconomics
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
20607: Introduction to Business
20607: Introduction to Business
20611: Economic Structure and Situation
21210: Spanish and World Economics
20612: Introduction to Econometrics
21205: Econometrics
  • 20613: Macroeconomics I
  • 20618: Macroeconomics II
21214: Macroeconomics
20614: Industrial Organisation
21209: Industrial Economics
20615: Financial Economics
21202: Financial Economics
20621: Analysis of Accounting Information
21200: Finance Accounting I
20625: Economic Evaluation of Projects
20625: Economic Evaluation of Projects
20631: Economic and Political Regulation of Competition
20631: Economic and Political Regulation of Competition
20632: Survey Analysis and Multivariate Techniques
20632: Survey Analysis and Multivariate Techniques
20637: Evaluation of Public Policies
20637: Evaluation of Public Policies
20638: Public Management
20638: Public Management
20639: Administrative Law
20639: Administrative Law
20641: Management of Public Contracting
20641: Management of Public Contracting
20642: Education and Labour Market
20642: Education and Labour Market
20646: Personal Income Tax
20646: Personal Income Tax
20647: Corporation Tax
20647: Corporation Tax
20648: Consumption Tax
20648: Consumption Tax
20649: International Taxation
20649: International Taxation
20650: Accountancy
21201: Finance Accounting II
21145: Business English
21145: Business English
21211: Comporate Law
21211: Comporate Law

Degree in Tourism
Degree in Tourism Degree in Business Administration
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20509: Tourism Marketing I
21216: Commercial Management I
20510: Quantitative Analysis of Tourist Activity
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
20511: Financial Accounting I
21200: Finance Accounting I
20512: Financial Accounting II
21201: Finance Accounting II
20513: Microeconomic Analysis of Tourism
20605: Microeconomics
20514: Tourism Industry Contracts
20514: Tourism Industry Contracts
20515: Tourism Operations Management
21204: Production and Operation Management
  • 20517: Tourism Intermediaries
  • 20519: Tourism Marketing II
21219: Commercial Management II
20518: English III
21145: Business English
20520: Macroeconomic Analysis of Tourism
21214: Macroeconomics
20522: Strategic Management
21213: Business Strategy
20525: Quality Management and Customer Service
21238: Quality Management
20526: Taxation System
20604: Tax System
  • 20529: Internship I
  • 20530: Internship II
21223: Practical Placements
20600: Economic Environment
20600: Economic Environment
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
20607: Introduction to Business
20607: Introduction to Business
21241: Management Skills
21241: Management Skills
21243: Social Responsibility and Business Ethics
21243: Social Responsibility and Business Ethics
21247: Promotional Tourism Management
21247: Promotional Tourism Management

Tourism (1998)
Tourism (1998) Degree in Business Administration
2618: Cost Accounting
21206: Cost Accountancy
2800: Introduction to Economics
20600: Economic Environment
2802: Law and Legislation
20400: Basic Notions of Law
2804: Accounting
21200: Finance Accounting I
2807: Business Organization and Management I
20607: Introduction to Business
2808: Business Organization and Management II
21213: Business Strategy
2811: Tourist Marketing
21216: Commercial Management I
2818: Labour Relations in the Tourist Sector
21236: Labour Law
2823: Finance
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
2830: Tourist Promotion
21247: Promotional Tourism Management
2843: English II
21145: Business English

Automatic accreditation between higher technical programmes and university courses

Automatic accreditation of credits between courses on higher degree training cycles from the professional groups in the Balearic Islands and university degree courses in Degree in Business Administration

CFGS .
Subject Credits
20400 - Basic Notions of Law 6
21200 - Finance Accounting I 6
21218 - Management of Human Resources 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21250 - Information Technology Management 6
Total 30
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20400 - Basic Notions of Law 6
20602 - Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations 6
21200 - Finance Accounting I 6
21218 - Management of Human Resources 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
21236 - Labour Law 6
21250 - Information Technology Management 6
Total 48
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
21216 - Commercial Management I 6
21219 - Commercial Management II 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21246 - E-Marketing 3
21250 - Information Technology Management 6
Total 33
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
21216 - Commercial Management I 6
21219 - Commercial Management II 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21246 - E-Marketing 3
21250 - Information Technology Management 6
Total 33
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
21216 - Commercial Management I 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21242 - International Business 6
Electives 6
Total 30
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
21216 - Commercial Management I 6
21218 - Management of Human Resources 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
21238 - Quality Management 6
Total 36
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
21216 - Commercial Management I 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
21238 - Quality Management 6
Total 30
CFGS .
Subject Credits
21216 - Commercial Management I 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
21238 - Quality Management 6
21247 - Promotional Tourism Management 6
Total 30
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
21218 - Management of Human Resources 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
21238 - Quality Management 6
Total 30
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
21218 - Management of Human Resources 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
21238 - Quality Management 6
Total 30
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
Electives 6
Total 18

Accreditation of English Skills

In order to be awarded the degree, students must show that they have reached a level of English by the end of their course that equates to a B2 level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), in accordance with how this requirement is stipulated in the curriculum. The different ways to attain this are:

  1. passing the specific English language course on the curriculum.
  2. handing in a certificate or accreditation, recognised by the UIB, which shows the student has obtained a minimum level of English equivalent to B2 in the CEFR.
  3. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on the degree course.
  4. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on a mobility programme .

More information .

Academic Accreditation Committee