Bachelor of Business Administration in Oulu Finland

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A Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is an academic achievement showcasing a student's completion of various business courses. During the four years of study a student takes classes regarding business, including those pertaining to a specific concentration.

Higher level scholars in Finland easily access higher education courses at practically oriented polytechnics or universities. The Finnish culture is easy to learn since the government has set a ministry which is responsible for enhancing cultural, youth policies, sports and international cooperation.

As the most populous city in Northern Finland, Oulu has over 100,000 inhabitants. The city is home to the Oulu University of Applied Sciences, the University of Oulu, and a vocational college.

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Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business (BBA)

Oulu University of Applied Sciences (OAMK)
Campus Full time 42 months Finland Oulu

The degree programme in International Business, or DIB as we call it, has been designed to meet the requirements of internationally oriented small and medium-sized enterprises and is carried out entirely in English. The programme is intended for both Finnish and international students wishing to seek interesting career paths in innovative international business, sales and marketing, management or entrepreneurship. [+]

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The degree programme in International Business, or DIB as we call it, has been designed to meet the requirements of internationally oriented small and medium-sized enterprises and is carried out entirely in English. The programme is intended for both Finnish and international students wishing to seek interesting career paths in innovative international business, sales and marketing, management or entrepreneurship.

By emphasizing interaction within a multicultural learning environment, that encourages initiative, interaction and innovation, will grow graduates' ability to assess the differences between national, organisational and occupational cultures.... [-]