Bachelor Degree in Business Administration in Savoie in France

Compare Bachelor Programs in Business Administration 2016/2017 in Savoie in France

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Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.

France is currently among the 20 best performing countries in terms of the economy due to their excellent results-oriented higher education learning. Most of the courses at universities are offered in the French language. France has 60 public and 100 private universities.

Alpes-Savoie or Savoie is a town located in the Rhone-Alpes region, France. Tourism is a key economic sector alongside agriculture. The city is home to the University of Savoy.

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Bachelor Management And Open Management Companies (ipac Bachelor Factory) (mge)

IPAC France
Campus Full time 3 years Open Enrollment France Ville-la-Grand

This training is provided as part of Ipac Bachelor Factory, a national network of business school +3, resulting from the knowledge and pedagogical concepts developed over 30 years by IPAC. [+]

Bachelors in Business Administration in Savoie in France. Training duration: 3 years after Bac (180 ECTS credits) Two years of common core and a third year of specialization in International (with a departure abroad) - Marketing & Communication - E-Marketing - Tourism -Immobilier - Banking & Insurance - Resources human. 3 validations: Academic Validation: Bachelor IPAC (180 ECTS credits) Professional Status: Title II level registered in the National Directory of Professional Certification European Validation: "Diploma Supplement" This training is provided as part of Ipac Bachelor Factory, a national network of business school +3, resulting from the knowledge and pedagogical concepts developed over 30 years by IPAC. Presentation of Management and Bachelor OPEN Business Management This training is available after a BAC or equivalent, allows the student to discover different professional sectors, different trades in years 1 and 2. The orientation after the bachelor represents a real difficulty. The progressive relationship of students with businesses, through missions, internships, employment promotes successful integration. Training is innovative compared to existing cycles since it allows: Receive a strong academic background in accordance with European standards of the LMD system. To obtain a European academic recognition through the systems of European credits (ECTS) and professional recognition through a qualification recognized by the state at a level II (Level II Title: Staff in jobs normally requiring training to a level comparable to the license or MBA1 (RNCP, official definition, Classifying 1969 Training levels). The third year allows for specialization and is accessible after a BAC + 2. admission requirement Management and Bachelor of Business Administration OPEN The training is open to students necessarily the baccalaureate or equivalent. Recruitment methods: folder, motivational interview. Organisation & Management Bachelor program OPEN and Business Management Years 1 & 2: core courses + OPEN Discovery Year 3, specialization: Marketing & Communication (Alternating) e-Marketing (Alternating) Human Resources (Alternating) Management Payroll and Social (Alternating) Bancassurance (Alternating) Real Estate (Alternating) Tourism (Alternating) Management of Logistics and Transport Units (Alternating) Social Solidarity Economy (in original) International : - International Bussiness Studies with Marketing (Year is deroulant in France with courses in English) - Year Abroad Academic training validation Bachelor Management and Business Administration OPEN validation of knowledge is carried out under control DC end of the semester. Students will need to be admitted to the title, having validated the necessary ECTS credits. The title allows obtaining the ECTS (European Credit Transfer System). This European system facilitates mobility of students in other universities of the community. This corresponds to 180 ECTS credits. [-]