Degree in Business Administration

240 credits - Faculty of Economics and Business

  Students on the Degree in Business Administration have the opportunity obtain the Pathway in English in the European Diploma Supplement. For more information, please see the Faculty of Economics and Business website.


Duration 4 years / 240 credits
280 places for the academic year 2023-24
Mode In-Person Classes
Public price per credit, 1st registration: ¤13.4, ¤30.05, ¤65.06, ¤90.15 for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th enrolment respectively. (*)
Total cost of the first enrolment in the first year: ¤845.19 (*) (**)

(*) Prices for the academic year: 2023-24
(**) Total cost of the first enrolment in the first year, including taxes, for EU members under 28 years of age without any special condition:

The Degree in Business Administration aims to provide the necessary knowledge and skills for business administration and management. The programme intends to train professionals who, with solid economic knowledge, are able to carry out administration and management, analysis, and advisory tasks whether at SMEs or at TNCs. In turn, the programme is aimed at both general management and each of the functional areas in a business: production, human resources, finances, marketing, administration and accounts. The skills graduates will attain include: the ability to analyse a business in its environment and identify and anticipate market opportunities; assign and distribute available resources; gather, organise, interpret, and transmit relevant information; hire and motivate staff; make decisions; teamwork; and adapt to new technologies and new economic realities. In order to ensure success in an ever more globalised world, students will acquire the ability to understand, speak, and write in English.

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