The aim of the Degree in Business Administration and Management is to produce professionals who can perform management, consultancy and evaluation tasks in organisations involved in production. These tasks may be carried out within the overall scope of the organisation or in any of its functional areas: production, human resources, financing, marketing, administration or accounting. Graduates should understand how the functions of these areas relate to the general aims of the production unit and how these aims fit into the overall economic context, and be able to contribute to corporate operations... READ MORE
  • Degree Bachelors
  • Study Type Full-time
  • Study Length 48 months
  • Start Date Sep, Jan
  • Tuition Fees 4,224 EUR
Modules (57)
  • Financial Accounting I
  • Financial Accounting II
  • Financial Accounting III
  • Management Accounting
  • Analysing Accounting Statements
  • Financial Auditing
  • Accountancy for Business Groups
  • International Accountancy
  • Foundations of Business Economics
  • Operations Management
  • Organisational Design
  • Strategic Corporate Management I
  • Strategic Corporate Management II
  • International Corporate Strategy and Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Quality and Environmental Management
  • Creating Business
  • Mathematics for Fianancial Transactions
  • Financial Instruments and Products
  • Finances
  • Corporate Finances
  • Financial Management
  • International Finances
  • Introduction to Marketing
  • Market Research
  • Marketing Management
  • Strategic Marketing
  • International Marketing
  • Marketing Communications
  • Commercial Distribution
  • Sales Management
  • Business Law
  • International and Spanish Economic History
  • World Economy
  • The Spanish Economy
  • Financial Institutions and Markets
  • Tax System I
  • Tax System II
  • Economic Policy
  • Foreign Trade Policies and Techniques
  • Prediction and Trends
  • Introduction to Microeconomics
  • Intermediate Microeconomics
  • Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • Mathematics I
  • Mathematics II
  • Game Theory for Business
  • Introduction to Statistics
  • Statistics and Introduction to Econometrics
  • Sampling and Data Analysis
  • Work Experience
  • Final Project
  • Strategic Management Units:International Corporate Stra...
  • Human Resources Management
  • Quality and Environmental Management
  • Creating Businesses
Entry requirements
  • Other : Through the S.I.C.U.E. program, promoted by the Conference of Rectors of Spanish universities (C.R.U.E.), the students of the University of Alicante can be a part of their studies in Spanish Universities, with guarantees of academic recognition of achievement and adaptation to their curricular profile.
    The SICUE mobility is directed to students of architecture, engineering, Bachelor's degree, or degree.

    Language Requirement:

    LLP/ERASMUS
    The mobility programme LLP / Erasmus is a program for continuation of studies in another institution of European higher education, and not a language learning programme. Participate in the Erasmus programme therefore implies the knowledge of the language of teaching of the host institution.

    Normally, the universities of destination have a linguistic requirement for acceptance of the Exchange estudinates. In this sense, the students selected in the Erasmus programme shall be submitted to that institution documentary evidence of linguistic knowledge (information about the specific document required by each host university you can find on their website, in the section on international exchanges).

    It is the responsibility of the student having sufficient knowledge of the language to integrate into the host University and provide supporting documentation when it requests it. The University of Alicante is not responsible for the linguistic shortcomings by part of the student and the consequences that may derive, e.g. non-acceptance of the student from the institution's destiny.

    Requirement linguistic of the University of Alicante. Minimum required level
    The University of Alicante has set a minimum level of languages that students must have to be able to request participation in the Erasmus programme. The established minimum level corresponds to the B1 (according to the Common European framework of reference for languages - see section 3.2. The common reference levels, of the index-).

    A higher level may be required when being aware that thus has the destination University.

    Supporting documentation
    The students must justify the linguistic requirement of the University of Alicante through the presentation of an official document attesting to the minimum level of required language. The documents that will be assessed are exclusively those accepted by the Service of Languages and Culture.

    Certifications
    The Mobility Office can inform the partner institutions about of language knowledge showed by the student at the UA.
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