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BMA + International Management Skills

Study Plan

Undergraduate Final Year Project

The Undergraduate Final Year Project, which is compulsory, is carried out in the second semester of the third year. Some of the competences you will develop in the undergraduate final year project include: oral and written communication, achievement and quality orientation, systemic thinking, adaptation to the environment, entrepreneurial spirit and project management skills.

In order to enrol, students must have completed, or at least enrolled for, all of the core and compulsory subjects in the programme syllabus.

Stages of the project:

  1. Plan the project (the topic will be defined in the preliminary written report)
  2. Develop the project. Tutors will assist students during this stage of the project.
  3. Submit the final paper.
  4. Oral defence

The main aim is to prompt students to complete projects on topics from the following fields under the supervision of an academic tutor within a given time:

  • Project on new firm start-ups: development of a business plan on a business idea proposed by the students themselves or, failing that, by a group of external entrepreneurs.
  • Case study project – country: In-depth analysis of the business opportunities that a specific country can provide to companies in our community.
  • Specific project: Development of in-depth studies on specific topics related to the main areas of competence of the Bachelor’s in Business Management and Administration that are highly topical and of a proven practical applicability.

Study Plan

Undergraduate Final Year Project

The Undergraduate Final Year Project, which is compulsory, is carried out in the second semester of the third year. Some of the competences you will develop in the undergraduate final year project include: oral and written communication, achievement and quality orientation, systemic thinking, adaptation to the environment, entrepreneurial spirit and project management skills.

In order to enrol, students must have completed, or at least enrolled for, all of the core and compulsory subjects in the programme syllabus.

Stages of the project:

  1. Plan the project (the topic will be defined in the preliminary written report)
  2. Develop the project. Tutors will assist students during this stage of the project.
  3. Submit the final paper.
  4. Oral defence

The main aim is to prompt students to complete projects on topics from the following fields under the supervision of an academic tutor within a given time:

  • Project on new firm start-ups: development of a business plan on a business idea proposed by the students themselves or, failing that, by a group of external entrepreneurs.
  • Case study project – country: In-depth analysis of the business opportunities that a specific country can provide to companies in our community.
  • Specific project: Development of in-depth studies on specific topics related to the main areas of competence of the Bachelor’s in Business Management and Administration that are highly topical and of a proven practical applicability.