A Bachelors degree is an undergraduate academic degree awarded after completion of the required coursework and credit. It usually takes about 4 years to complete, but time frames vary depending on country of study and academic discipline. Academic disciplines may be in the fields of natural sciences, life sciences, social sciences, business, arts, law, and engineering, with plenty of specific areas of specialization. With a bachelors degree, students have significantly better career prospects in many different industries, or students can choose to continue to postgraduate education.
There are excellent universities located around the world that offer top-notch bachelors degree programs. Many universities also offer varying study options, such as full-time, part-time, online, and distance learning, allowing flexibility in scheduling to meet the needs of most students. As an international student earning a bachelors degree, students will experience not only excellence in academics, but also an exciting cultural experience.
You can learn more about your opportunities for a bachelors degree by browsing through our programs. You can also narrow your search using the search boxes. Take the next step toward your personal, academic, and professional goals with a bachelors degree!
Undergraduate study is a unique and rewarding challenge. This programme makes it a reality by closing any critical gaps in your knowledge or qualiﬁcations. [+]
International Bachelor of Business Administration - Gain a competitive edge in the world of international business. Top-Ranked Business School: Top 1% business school by the Financial Times (2013), #31 in the world by The Economist (2012) [+]
In a business environment characterized by intensified competition, family-owned companies face unique challenges. Participants learn how to leverage the strengths of family [+]
. Bachelor of Arts in Family Business Management
In a business environment characterized by intensified competition, family-owned companies face unique challenges. Participants learn how to leverage the strengths of family business management and successfully implement practices that drive high performance, shareholder loyalty and healthy family relationships.
Duration: Six semesters/three years (Summer Fast Track option available)
Start Dates: October, February, June, August
Locations: Barcelona, Munich, Geneva, Montreux
Teaching Language: English
Campus Exchange Programs: You can transfer to any of the four main campuses after any completed semester. We also have exchange programs with a long list of other universities around the world.... [-]
Changes in the labor market and the ongoing internationalization and mobility of jobs require professionals with a high level of qualification.Degree in Business Administration, with a degree from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), offers training [+]
Degree in Business Administration and Management
Changes in the labor market and the ongoing internationalization and mobility of jobs require professionals with a high level of qualification. Degree in Business Administration, with a degree from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), provides a solid academic background and professional practice guidance, closely linked to the business world that prepares you to exercise in the general area of the company or any specific areas such as finance, marketing, investment, management and accounting, production or human resources.Also, know the fundamentals of the economic system in which we move, approaching the various areas of running a business from three angles: ... [-]
UCM's degree program requires courses in sociological theory, research methods, social institutions or social inequality. Students are assigned to a sociology faculty member for advisement to ensure timely progress through the requirements for the major and to explore questions students may have about graduate study or employment after earning their degree... [+]
Students who successfully complete the core and option courses can transfer to other programmes within the School of Engineering at the end of the initial year. This must be agreed with your tutor and the relevant [+]
BEng Engineering Management
Students who successfully complete the core and option courses can transfer to other programmes within the School of Engineering at the end of the initial year. This must be agreed with your tutor and the relevant admissions tutor. The initial year provides solid training in engineering, computing principles, science and systems modeling, as well as the necessary background and skills needed to cope with the engineering degree programme that follows.
Who’s this course for?
The Extended Engineering Business Management is intended for those who do not meet the normal entry criteria for an engineering degree but who have the interest and commitment to study engineering. It is ideally suited for applicants without the appropriate subjects for first-year or for mature applicants with practical experience in engineering but without the formal academic qualifications. Students select their chosen discipline when they apply, but there is some scope to change to another Engineering discipline at the end of the foundation year. Progression from the foundation year is dependent on the students achieving the necessary grades.... [-]
The BA (Honours) Fashion (Top-up) programme is designed for students interested in developing a professional art and design practice in the contemporary visual arts. BA students are equipped with conceptual and technical skills relevant to developing a contemporary art and design practice. [+]
. BA in Fashion DesignThe BA (Honours) Fashion (Top-up) programme is designed for students interested in developing a professional art and design practice in the contemporary visual arts. BA students are equipped with conceptual and technical skills relevant to developing a contemporary art and design practice.The UWE-FMDS’s academic programme is based on the premise that inventive and committed art and design practice will emerge from self-directed and motivated learners, which enable students to negotiate multiple art-related disciplines and to transfer relevant skills to a specific practice. UWE- FMDS educates its students for a professional role in the broader fields of contemporary art and design through the teaching of technical and theoretical skills and the synthesis of knowledge into practice. The students here develop generic skills including the ability to apply unconventional problem- solving skills and to manage self-directed studio projects that is integral to success in a wide variety of careers.Aims of BA (Hons) FashionThe BA programme in Fashion aims to provide an opportunity for developing a creative practice within the field of fashion studies and its related fields: especially in offering an experience of higher education in fashion design that offer students choice and independence in determining their own abilities and ambitions within a subject discipline; equip students with the intellectual, practical, critical and creative skills necessary for them to locate themselves and their practice within professional, social, historical and cultural contexts; give a broad introduction to fashion textiles, and subsequently, through reflective choice, study in a named specialism within the subject; give students the confidence to develop informed independent judgments; deliver key/transferable and professional practice skills as an integrated part of the curriculum; respond to the demands of a specified industry (namely fashion and its related areas with a direction towards local cultural and fashion practice); equip students with the necessary understanding of research techniques and appropriate methodologies, and; sustain an environment in which individual students may realise their full potential are valued.Structure of the BA (Hons) FashionTo graduate with a BA (HONS) Fashion, you will need to follow a full-time programme delivered over four terms. This is a 180-credit UWE Bachelor’s Degree Programme comprising of four terms (12 weeks each term) covering a total of 720 contact hours. Each term equates to a number of credits that accumulate over the duration of your studies. You will need a total of 180 credits, over four terms, (i.e. 360 credits) to achieve an honours degree. Some modules have different number of credits. A credit relates to the amount of time that you will spend studying on the module. For example, a 20 credit module is defined as being equivalent to 200 hours of study time. The 12 months duration is divided into four terms of 12 weeks each. These four terms is equivalent to three semesters or 18 months durations in UWE Bristol, UK.Certification of Bachelor’s Degree (Hons) FashionThe BA study programme is for holders of diploma certification in the art and design or related study who wish to pursue a progression in higher learning in the design trade sector. As a candidate, student may continue to work in the area of their undergraduate study or undertake research in a different area. Student can nominate to study by either studio project and research paper, or by dissertation and minor studio project. Students are also expected to have developed a focus and direction in their work and be prepared for working in a tutorial environment with a tutor/supervisor. Student will be assigned a tutor/supervisor from FMDS academic staff members. Student will also participate in seminars and attend lectures as required. Student will then be examined at the end of the course.The Bachelor of Arts (Honours) focuses on establishing student’s individual research practice, further equipping them for entry into professional practice or entry into the higher studies programmes. This qualification also seeks to equip the practicing and interested designers with the essentials and advanced knowledge and skills in the visual research, the creative thinking and concept development, and the studio practices, including the ability to function independently as a matured designers at mid management level. Students will also be provided with an opportunity to be exposed to current designing industry trends, practices and opportunities in the local and regional markets.... [-]
If you are looking for a career in fashion, but not necessarily as a designer/maker, the Concepts & Communication strand might be your choice. You’ll explore the full fashion journey (from concept to production, merchandising and communication), considering commercial aspects of successful fashion enterprise. [+]
Bachelor in Fashion (BA - Hons)This course has two strands; you can choose either ‘Concepts& Communication’ or ‘Design & Realisation’.If you are looking for a career in fashion, but notnecessarily as a designer/maker, the Concepts &Communication strand might be your choice. You’ll explorethe full fashion journey (from concept to production,merchandising and communication), considering commercialaspects of successful fashion enterprise.The Design & Realisation strand will develop your ability totransform creative 2D ideas into exciting fashion garments.You will learn traditional and creative approaches to design,visual research, illustration, tailoring and pattern making.You’ll have opportunities to gain experience designing for avariety of fashion genres, from sportswear to high-street andavant-garde, and to undertake work placements.... [-]
This course has been developed to meet the growing demand for business professionals with qualifications in the areas of accounting and sustainable business. It is ideal for those wishing to combine a mainstream accounting course with a sustainability and environmental management focus. [+]
Australia is an island continent so our marine environment is part of our national identity as well as being crucial to our economy. [+]
Bachelor of Science in Marine Sciences
Help preserve the health of our marine ecosystems with a Marine Science degree
Australia is an island continent so our marine environment is part of our national identity as well as being crucial to our economy.
As a Marine Scientist, you will gain the kind of knowledge necessary to make a real difference to the management and conservation of that environment, as well as developing a full appreciation for its current state and the predicted impact of climate change.
Pursue a range of exciting career options across marine-based industries
Gain the knowledge you need to prepare you for a variety of roles across industries including marine environmental management, fisheries, offshore oil and gas, tourism and recreation, marine biotechnology, biodiversity conservation and marine ecology.... [-]
The IFT's BA Tourism Event Management is a programme designed with the modern hospitality professional in mind. [+]
Earning a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in International Business, Marketing or Management or a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Administration can be a good way to start a business career in most parts of the world. [+]
BA Business and Management
Many Webster students focus on business or management during their undergraduate studies. Earning a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in International Business, Marketing or Management or a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Administration can be a good way to start a business career in most parts of the world.
Studying business or management exposes you to all kinds of fascinating questions about how to communicate with individuals, how to make organizations work more effectively, how to develop strategic plans and how to reward creativity and innovation.
The BA Business and Management degree is offering the following 4 majors:... [-]
Contemporary, relevant and adventurous: our BA (Hons) Jazz pathway has a lot in common with the modern jazz artist. [+]
. BA Music - Jazz (Hons)WHY LEEDS?Contemporary, relevant and adventurous: our BA (Hons) Jazz pathway has a lot in common with the modern jazz artist. Structured around a mixture of one-to-one tuition, small-ensemble work and seminars, this highly collaborative course sees you become a fine specialist performer or composer while developing the commercial awareness and versatility you'll need to succeed as a working musician. Whether you choose to specialise in Jazz or combine it with any of our other pathways – Classical, Popular Music or Music Production – you'll leave Leeds College of Music equipped with the tools and experience required to sustain a portfolio career.THE COURSETo stand out in the jazz world, you need a strong combination of technique and identity – which is why our BA (Hons) Jazz pathway is built to help you find and refine your own musical voice. With access to the Conservatoire's ensembles and Classical, Popular and Production communities – as well as Leeds and Yorkshire's fertile jazz scene – your opportunities to experiment, perform and get your work heard are unlimited. While you develop your core skills – from rhythm and harmony to language, improvisation and aural awareness – you zoom in on your strengths and choose from options as varied as Electroacoustic Composition, Music and Ideology, Composition and Production for the Moving Image and Indian Composition. In your third year, you work towards a major final performance or significant portfolio of compositions. You get hands-on experience of the world of work through modules designed to introduce you to the creative industries, expand on your business and marketing skills and enhance essential personal skills such as project management – and your final year sees you undertake a substantial independent project in Community Music, Music Journalism or Events Management. Our students are often asked to take part in professional recordings, concerts and other projects, so you'll have plenty of opportunities to network and make valuable contacts.YOUR TUTORSReceiving 120 hours of specialist tuition across three years, our BA (Hons) students work closely with professionals who have first-hand experience of working in the music industry. Your tutors' credits include eight years with the BBC Big Band and playing with Joni Mitchell and Primal Scream (Iain Dixon), recording and touring with Jamiroquai (Jim Corry), and working with David Liebman and Adam Nussbaum (Jiannis Pavlidis). Guitarist Stuart McCallum is a member of progressive electronic outfit Cinematic Orchestra (signed to Ninja Tune), while saxophonist Rob Mitchell is published by jazzwise.com. Joining them throughout the year are numerous visiting professionals: recent workshops have hosted Jerry Bergonzi and Will Vinson, and composer James Hamilton has been mentoring the Contemporary Jazz Orchestra. There's a community feel to the Jazz department, with students and tutors gigging at nearby venue the Wardrobe and for Jazz Yorkshire – and Sela Bar even hosts a tutor-run season.YOUR FUTURELeeds College of Music prepares you for a dynamic and varied career that could see you performing, composing, or working in education or the creative industries – and our jazz students regularly make the headlines. Graduate ensemble Roller Trio, who were nominated for the 2012 Barclaycard Mercury Prize and at the 2012 MOBO Awards, are nominated in the 2013 Jazz FM Awards, and alumnus and Submotion Orchestra member Tommy Evans won the Contemporary Jazz Composition category at the 2011 British Composer Awards for his piece The Green Seagull (the second time in a row the award has been won by a Leeds College of Music alumnus). More than 90% of our 2011/12 graduates are in employment or further study, and the emphasis our BA (Hons) pathways place on cross-genre working stands you in good stead for a future that will require you to communicate and innovate across disciplines.... [-]
The Bachelor of Arts in Political Science has as its focus the theoretical and methodological aspects of the study of Politics [+]
BA in Political Science
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The Bachelor of Arts in Political Science has as its focus the theoretical and methodological aspects of the study of Politics and, more broadly, the Social Sciences. An understanding of the historical and behavioral aspects of political life is the foundation on which the curriculum for this degree is based. The degree will be valuable to students interested in deepening their comprehension of social phenomena and possibly preparing for graduate work in this area. It also prepares students for careers in related professional fields such as journalism, law, and management of international public organizations.... [-]
Understanding economics is key to understanding the external environment in which organisations operate. The world's recent turbulent economic times have demonstrated that a new, deeper understanding of this subject is needed. This course will train you to become an economist right from day one. [+]
. Our Joint Honours courses are ideal if you want a broad business base but also want to work in a specific function, such as Economics.
Why choose this course?
This is a flexible degree, that will give you a blend of core management skills and subject- specific knowledge.
The course will develop your knowledge on the ideas and methods used by economists to support successful business and management.
The approach to engaging with the business world will give you a distinctive perspective on decision making, a skill that is in demand by many employers. ... [-]