The Business Administration program from the Faculty of Economic Sciences is designed to meet needs related to personal and professional training and development; it is also aimed at the acquisition of basic and specialist knowledge in business administration, which are applied both in practice and research, for the purpose of achieving performance and success in professional careers.
This three-year program equips graduates with the skill set required in administration and business management, organization and staff management, negotiation, marketing.
All first-year students study economics, mathematics in economics, accounting, management, marketing, business statistics and business communication. The second year explores enterprise economy, finances, econometrics, comparative management, and financial accounting. There are also further elective courses in the management of the relationships with customers or suppliers, sales management, and purchase management. The third year focuses on core subjects, in fields such as entrepreneurship, business and strategic management.
Business Administration graduates thrive in multinational environments and are able to communicate professionally in English with international audiences. After having successfully completed this program, graduates will be well equipped to pursue global careers, such as:
The Admission Procedure requires (1) a letter of intent assessed by the Admission Staff and (2) a Proof of English Skills: