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BMA + Management in Digital Environments

The Degree

What the degree covers

The first and second courses focus on the basics of business management and administration; you will become familiar with the language of business and learn about decision-making tools. You will also be taught about the general competitive environment of the business world and the most significant economic variables.

From the second year on, once you have mastered the basics, you will discover how organisations function and the peculiarities of the various departments (finance, marketing, human resources, accounting, etc) from an integral perspective.

In the third year, your overall view of business management will allow you to design strategy and analyse and question various business models. During this course and with the help of your tutor you will develop your final project, which will be firmly embedded in the real economy and the market environment.

In your last, fourth, year you can start to implement all the knowledge acquired during the previous courses by completing a work experience. If you want to expand your horizons you will have the chance to study abroad. Moreover, you can select your own itinerary by choosing one of the four paths that will allow you to specialise in various areas of the company.

Student profile

  • If you have talent, good academic records and you are hard-working
  • If you are good at organising and planning
  • If you consider yourself a ‘self-starter’, dynamic and committed
  • If you are interested in how the economy in general works and curious to know how companies function and want to learn how to manage them


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
To gain admittance for any of the abovementioned degrees you must have completed the second year of Bachillerato LOGSE studies (or equivalent) in any module except for Art.In addition, candidates must:

  • Provide a certification of an average of ‘notable’ (‘B’), or higher, for the first year of Bachillerato LOGSE (or equivalent) studies; or failing that an average mark of ‘notable’ (‘B’), or highe, for the combination of the fourth year of ESO (junior high school) and the 1st year of Bachillerato LOGSE (or equivalent).
  • Provide certification of a Level B2 (Cambridge First Certificate Level) in English according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages established by the Council of Europe.

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Candidate profile

Students wishing to study the Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Deusto Business School must have a proactive attitude towards learning and developing the professional competences required to lead and run businesses in today´s global world. The candidate profile for future Business administration students should include interest in how the global economy works and an inquisitive attitude towards the operation and management of firms. A good background in languages, teamwork skills and the desire to become an excellent, responsible professional who is committed to society are musts.

Graduate´s profile

The Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration offers myriad professional opportunities. The degree programme equips students with the personal and professional competences required to fulfil the tasks required of management executives in industrial and services companies (auditing, consultancy, banking, financial services, consumer goods, etc.). They are prepared to work in different departments in Spanish or international companies: finance, human resources, marketing, information systems, general management, etc. The programme also trains students in the skills needed to undertake new projects and businesses.

Languages

The subjects in the curriculum of the BMA + Management Development Programme degree are mainly taught in Spanish. You may choose to study some subjects in Basque and/or English. The option to study subjects in Basque and/or English is taken annually.

ENGLISH

Bilingual Bachelor’s: Students who choose subjects taught in English and a stay abroad may earn up to 50% of their total credits in English.

  • For access to the first year: B2 level is required to access to the first year.
    All students will have to pass an English test on the day of their admissions test.
  • Before graduating students must demonstrate a C1 level with a pass in the Cambridge University Certificate of Advanced English, or a similar qualification, if they are to avoid the department’s internal test. 

BASQUE

Students can obtain 72 ECTS in the Basque language.

A practical and participative methodology

One of the main cornerstones of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) is that students should learn by doing: getting real experience of the business world. In our faculty we employ a very practical and participatory methodology:

  • Teachers’ presentations
  • Reflection and joint discussion
  • Analysis of documentation
  • Production of class papers
  • Analysis and discussion of case studies
  • Practical exercises in diverse business situations
  • Oral presentation of class papers
  • Role-playing
  • Debates
  • Written reports
  • Company visits
  • Training in management skills
  • Business games

General Skills

Specific Skills

The Degree

What the degree covers

The first and second courses focus on the basics of business management and administration; you will become familiar with the language of business and learn about decision-making tools. You will also be taught about the general competitive environment of the business world and the most significant economic variables.

From the second year on, once you have mastered the basics, you will discover how organisations function and the peculiarities of the various departments (finance, marketing, human resources, accounting, etc) from an integral perspective.

In the third year, your overall view of business management will allow you to design strategy and analyse and question various business models. During this course and with the help of your tutor you will develop your final project, which will be firmly embedded in the real economy and the market environment.

In your last, fourth, year you can start to implement all the knowledge acquired during the previous courses by completing a work experience. If you want to expand your horizons you will have the chance to study abroad. Moreover, you can select your own itinerary by choosing one of the four paths that will allow you to specialise in various areas of the company.

Student profile

  • If you have talent, good academic records and you are hard-working
  • If you are good at organising and planning
  • If you consider yourself a ‘self-starter’, dynamic and committed
  • If you are interested in how the economy in general works and curious to know how companies function and want to learn how to manage them


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
To gain admittance for any of the abovementioned degrees you must have completed the second year of Bachillerato LOGSE studies (or equivalent) in any module except for Art.In addition, candidates must:

  • Provide a certification of an average of ‘notable’ (‘B’), or higher, for the first year of Bachillerato LOGSE (or equivalent) studies; or failing that an average mark of ‘notable’ (‘B’), or highe, for the combination of the fourth year of ESO (junior high school) and the 1st year of Bachillerato LOGSE (or equivalent).
  • Provide certification of a Level B2 (Cambridge First Certificate Level) in English according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages established by the Council of Europe.

Get more information
Hide information
+-

Candidate profile

Students wishing to study the Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Deusto Business School must have a proactive attitude towards learning and developing the professional competences required to lead and run businesses in today´s global world. The candidate profile for future Business administration students should include interest in how the global economy works and an inquisitive attitude towards the operation and management of firms. A good background in languages, teamwork skills and the desire to become an excellent, responsible professional who is committed to society are musts.

Graduate´s profile

The Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration offers myriad professional opportunities. The degree programme equips students with the personal and professional competences required to fulfil the tasks required of management executives in industrial and services companies (auditing, consultancy, banking, financial services, consumer goods, etc.). They are prepared to work in different departments in Spanish or international companies: finance, human resources, marketing, information systems, general management, etc. The programme also trains students in the skills needed to undertake new projects and businesses.

Languages

The subjects in the curriculum of the BMA + Management Development Programme degree are mainly taught in Spanish. You may choose to study some subjects in Basque and/or English. The option to study subjects in Basque and/or English is taken annually.

ENGLISH

Bilingual Bachelor’s: Students who choose subjects taught in English and a stay abroad may earn up to 50% of their total credits in English.

  • For access to the first year: B2 level is required to access to the first year.
    All students will have to pass an English test on the day of their admissions test.
  • Before graduating students must demonstrate a C1 level with a pass in the Cambridge University Certificate of Advanced English, or a similar qualification, if they are to avoid the department’s internal test. 

BASQUE

Students can obtain 72 ECTS in the Basque language.

A practical and participative methodology

One of the main cornerstones of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) is that students should learn by doing: getting real experience of the business world. In our faculty we employ a very practical and participatory methodology:

  • Teachers’ presentations
  • Reflection and joint discussion
  • Analysis of documentation
  • Production of class papers
  • Analysis and discussion of case studies
  • Practical exercises in diverse business situations
  • Oral presentation of class papers
  • Role-playing
  • Debates
  • Written reports
  • Company visits
  • Training in management skills
  • Business games

General Skills

Specific Skills