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BMA - Business Management and Administration

Study Plan

Degree: Bachelor´s degree in Business Administration
Credits Durantion: 4 years of study = 240 ECTS credits
Number of places: 400 for the Bachelor´s Degree in Business Administration and combined degree programmes at the San Sebastian and Bilbao campuses
Type of programme: Taught sessions
Language of instruction: Spanish, Basque (optional) and English
Internship: 6 ECTS (compulsory), (30 ECTS) in the fourth year of study (electives)
International Programme: Electives: 24 ECTS in the fouth year of study
Undergraduate Final Year Project: Compulsory (6 ECTS). During the third year of study. 
Course venue: San Sebastian
Faculty: Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Dual Pathway, Specialist fields and Undergraduate Final Year Project

NEW! DUAL Pathway in Strategic Management

You may choose to do a dual pathway in a company in the second semester of your 3rd year and the whole of the 4th year and gain a broad view of business strategy. You will learn to manage people, resources and IT systems needed to improve competitiveness and create value in decision making. Places are limited and will be allocated through a selection process (only for undergraduate students on the Business Administration and Business Administration + Innovation and Entrepreneurship degrees).

Dual Pathway*Participants in the dual pathway cannot take part in the exchange semester abroad. The dual pathway is pending verification.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Design your own career path

The Bachelor’s in Business Administration offers you general and versatile training, which will enable you to perform a wide range of tasks and projects within a company. However, this broad professional basis is not at odds with a certain level of specialisation that you will achieve through our specialist fields.

In the second term of your final year, you will study five subjects that, taken together, form a specialist field in the following professional areas:

1. Marketing
You will learn to focus management of the firm on the satisfaction of customers and other groups of interest, identifying their needs, fostering the creation of value through high quality products and services and developing efficient exchange relationships.

Subjects:

  • Distribution Management
  • Strategic Communication Decisions
  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Market Research
  • Marketing Strategy Simulation

2. Finance and Accounting
You will learn to diagnose, plan and monitor evolution of the financial-economic situation of business projects and optimise investment and financing decisions.

Subjects:

  • Advanced Financial Accounting
  • Advanced Management Accounting
  • Financial Management II
  • Risk Management and Financial Markets
  • Corporate Tax Management

3. International Business
(Subjects taught in English)
You will learn to interpret the local and global economic situation with a view to taking advantage of opportunities and facing up to the challenges deriving from it and carry out business operations in an international context.

Subjects:

  • International Finance
  • International Economics
  • European Union
  • International Marketing
  • International Human Resource Management

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

Degree: Bachelor´s degree in Business Administration
Credits Durantion: 4 years of study = 240 ECTS credits
Number of places: 400 for the Bachelor´s Degree in Business Administration and combined degree programmes at the San Sebastian and Bilbao campuses
Type of programme: Taught sessions
Language of instruction: Spanish, Basque (optional) and English
Internship: 6 ECTS (compulsory), (30 ECTS) in the fourth year of study (electives)
International Programme: Electives: 24 ECTS in the fouth year of study
Undergraduate Final Year Project: Compulsory (6 ECTS). During the third year of study. 
Course venue: San Sebastian
Faculty: Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Dual Pathway, Specialist fields and Undergraduate Final Year Project

NEW! DUAL Pathway in Strategic Management

You may choose to do a dual pathway in a company in the second semester of your 3rd year and the whole of the 4th year and gain a broad view of business strategy. You will learn to manage people, resources and IT systems needed to improve competitiveness and create value in decision making. Places are limited and will be allocated through a selection process (only for undergraduate students on the Business Administration and Business Administration + Innovation and Entrepreneurship degrees).

Dual Pathway*Participants in the dual pathway cannot take part in the exchange semester abroad. The dual pathway is pending verification.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Design your own career path

The Bachelor’s in Business Administration offers you general and versatile training, which will enable you to perform a wide range of tasks and projects within a company. However, this broad professional basis is not at odds with a certain level of specialisation that you will achieve through our specialist fields.

In the second term of your final year, you will study five subjects that, taken together, form a specialist field in the following professional areas:

1. Marketing
You will learn to focus management of the firm on the satisfaction of customers and other groups of interest, identifying their needs, fostering the creation of value through high quality products and services and developing efficient exchange relationships.

Subjects:

  • Distribution Management
  • Strategic Communication Decisions
  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Market Research
  • Marketing Strategy Simulation

2. Finance and Accounting
You will learn to diagnose, plan and monitor evolution of the financial-economic situation of business projects and optimise investment and financing decisions.

Subjects:

  • Advanced Financial Accounting
  • Advanced Management Accounting
  • Financial Management II
  • Risk Management and Financial Markets
  • Corporate Tax Management

3. International Business
(Subjects taught in English)
You will learn to interpret the local and global economic situation with a view to taking advantage of opportunities and facing up to the challenges deriving from it and carry out business operations in an international context.

Subjects:

  • International Finance
  • International Economics
  • European Union
  • International Marketing
  • International Human Resource Management

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.