Bachelor of Business Administration BBA Program

BBA Program

In studying to earn a Business Studies degree you will develop the capacity for independent critical thought and problem-solving, as well as other skills required in responsible positions in a wide variety of organizations and professions.

Students are introduced to the latest business concepts, management techniques and subjects including Marketing, Strategic and International Management, Human Resource Management, Accounting and Business Data Analysis. Business Studies courses at the School of Innovation aim to enhance the student's understanding of business while developing analytical and evaluative skills.

The degrees entitled 'Business Studies' include a 12 month placement, so the degree lasts four years. The Business Administration degrees, by contrast do not include a sandwich placement and so lasts three years.

All pathways in Business Studies are made up from 18 units. Year 1 units are compulsory. Year 2 and Year 3 units vary according to the pathway chosen and your personal preference.

*Subject to Validation

 

Unit Title

Semester

Year

Unit Type

Organizational Behavior

B

1

Compulsory

Accounting

B

1

Compulsory

Law

A

1

Compulsory

Business Data Analysis

B

1

Compulsory

Business Economics

A

1

Compulsory

Information Technology

A

1

Compulsory

Operations, Strategic and International Management I

A

2

Compulsory

Organisation Studies

A

2

Compulsory

Research Methods and Reflective Practice

A

2

Compulsory

Purchasing & Supply

B

2

Optional

Small Business Management

A & B

2

Optional

Social Responsibilities of Business

A

2

Optional

Fundamentals of Marketing

B

2

Optional

Human Resource Management

B

2

Optional

Business Finance and Accounting

B

2

Optional

 

 

 

 

Computing in Business

B

2

Optional

Management of the Economy

B

2

Optional

Problems of Economic Development

B

3/4

Optional

Labour Law

B

2

Optional

Company Law

A

2

Optional

Statistics

B

2

Optional

Politics & Business

B

3/4

Optional

Design in Business

B

3/4

Optional

New Social Movements

B

3/4

Optional

Issues in Change Management

B

3/4

Optional

Global Environmental Management

B

2

Optional

Project

A & B

3/4

Compulsory

International Marketing

B

3/4

Optional

Marketing Decision Making

A

3/4

Optional

Corporate Financial Management

B

3/4

Optional

Management Accounting

A

3/4

Optional

International Business Environment

A

3/4

Optional

Strategic and International Management II

B

3/4

Compulsory

Project Planning and Reflective Practice

A & B

3/4

Compulsory

Comparative Business Management

A

3/4

Optional

International Information Technology

B

3/4

Optional

International Financial Institutions and Markets

B

3/4

Optional

Employment Relations

B

3/4

Optional

Buyer Behaviour and Analysis

B

3/4

Optional

Logistics Strategy and Organisation

A

3/4

Optional

Logistics Operations and Management

B

3/4

Optional

Organisation Research Interventions: Issues & Contexts

A

3/4

Optional

Critical Issues in Organisation and Management

A

3/4

Compulsory

European Business Environment

B

3/4

Optional

Taxation

A

3/4

Optional

Management and Information Systems

B

3/4

Optional

Business Information Systems

B

3/4

Optional

European Union Law

B

3/4

Optional

Special Note: Please understand that if you are applying for the 18 month special program, you will be admitted to an 18 units program to be completed within 18 month.

* The BBA Curriculum of study includes an essential language course that should be completed during the full period of the program. Students can choose an optional module of English or German.

Program Fee

The tuition fee for the BBA program at the Cambridge Corporate University is 28,000 CHF including all study materials, case studies, and software and text books. A registration fee of 250 CHF is applicable at the time of application. The program fee does not include housing or an accommodation fee. Payment plans are available in different models as well as scholarships for specific countries and regions. To know if you are illegible for a scholarship discount, please contact the registrar office at the University via email at: 
registrar@cambridgecu.ch or contact the program director in your region.

 

How to apply

Applications for admission to the course should be submitted to the School of Innovation at the Cambridge Corporate University using the online application form or the PDF format. In addition to this form, applicants will also need to arrange for the following documents to be sent to the Board of Graduate Studies:

  1. Two signed academic references, who should be asked to indicate how the applicant ranks in his or her year group or in relation to the best students that the references have taught. They should also include their email, fax and telephone numbers. If references are not fluent in English, their references should be written in a language in which they are fluent, but should be accompanied by notarized translations.

  2. Two copies of a full official transcript of the applicant's academic record and authenticated degree certificate where appropriate. If these are not in English, they should be accompanied by notarized translations; however, the original documents must also be included.

An essential part of the application process is a personal interview.  It is organized and conducted via online interview tool, phone interview or face to face in Switzerland or via CCU certified programs' directors worldwide.

For more information about the interviewing process and to arrange for an appointment please refer to the BBA admission office at: registrar@cambridgecu.ch, or contact the CCU program director in your area.

To fill and save the application form attached below on your computer, requires either Adobe Acrobat Professional or the free software at http://www.pdfescape.com

BBA Application Form.PDF

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