BA in Economics and Business Administration

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  • Course description
    BA in Economics and Business Administration.

    Course Type
    : Undergraduate
    Career Path: Business
    Course Category: BA


    Develop your skills in business and ensure that you can adapt to the ever-changing international marketplace.
    This course will help you to succeed in business, covering the latest professional methods and tools as well as building your confidence.
    In particular, this course focuses on preparing you for a global career. You will learn to deal with the challenges of a worldwide economy and adapt to new environments and audiences – so whether you start up your own company or work for a large multinational business, you’ll be able to make progress fast.
    Programme taught in English and free beginner's German classes for all students.       

    Apply before 31th January 2019 and receive up to €1,500 off your tuition fees.
    Course Requirements:

    • Minimum age: 18
    • English language requirements: IELTS 6.0 (no less than 5.5 in any component), PTE 50 + score, or equivalent
    • Qualifications: GCSE mathematics with a minimum of grade B and English language with a minimum of grade C are required.
    We also accept:

    BTEC/National Diploma
    International Baccalaureate
    Advanced Vocational Certificate of Education
    Applicants with professional qualifications and/or four or more years of full-time work experience will be considered on an individual basis.

    Course Duration  : 3 Years

    Online: No

    Campus Based  : Yes

    Locations: Berlin

    Intake: February 2019 & October 2019

    What we do for you.

    In order to achieve better effectiveness and support our students, we have improved our learning resources by increasing our subscription levels (including access to academic journals) and by adding many more physical books in our libraries.

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