The Bachelor of Business Administration program trains future managers to take on strategic roles in organizations that are constantly evolving.

This program provides general management training and specialized training, with honors, in one of the following concentrations or pathways:

  • entrepreneurship;
  • Business Finance;
  • Human Resource Management;
  • Business technology management;
  • marketing;
  • Financial services;
  • General path;
  • International specialized path.

Internships are integrated into the training of all concentrations and provide hands-on experience in the labor market.

objectives

The Bachelor of Business Administration program aims to enable students to develop their potential and acquire knowledge and skills related to the business sciences in order to use their expertise for the benefit of small and medium-sized organizations, both private and public. establish their business or continue their training at the graduate level.

Beyond the achievements of the fields of management, the program aims to train leaders whose personal qualities and values will influence the organizations and society of tomorrow.

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Concentrations and pathways

  • Entrepreneurship Concentration
  • Corporate Finance Concentration
  • Concentration Human Resources Management
  • Concentration Business Technology Management (GTA)
  • Marketing Concentration
  • Concentration Financial Services
  • General Path
  • International Specialized Pathway

A personalized education

Classes in undergraduate programs include an average of 40 students in Lévis and 30 in Rimouski. At the graduate level, they gather an average of 25 students in Lévis and 15 in Rimouski.

The limited number of course groups, combined with the availability and the remarkable supervision by the professors favor the success of the studies, but also make sure that the students of the UQAR are distinguished advantageously from the provincial and national averages in the exams. professional certifications.

Practice-based training

Management Science courses offer privileged contacts with the business community and with accounting firms through conferences, industrial visits or collaborations with various companies.

A state-of-the-art trading room

The National Bank Trading Room is a replica of an environment that allows for transactions and negotiations, just as it is found in financial institutions. It includes specialized financial applications and provides access to real data from multiple exchanges, interest rates and various financial instruments. Students learn in an environment they will find when they enter the job market.

This educational laboratory is aimed at students in administration, accounting and all those who have an interest in the financial markets. It provides access to a wealth of information, including historical data on the balance sheets of companies and the various sectors of economic activity in many countries to conduct financial analysis.

Located at the Lévis campus, the trading room is also connected to a laboratory at the Rimouski campus.

A student investment fund to train the next generation in financial management

The UQAR Student Investment Fund provides students with UQAR on experience in investment portfolio management. It makes it possible to apply the concepts learned in the classroom to reality and to facilitate the entry of graduates into the labor market.

The UQAR Student Placement Fund is an initiative of students in management sciences, supported by professors and lecturers in finance.

Many opportunities for stays abroad

UQAR offers many opportunities to stay abroad for students motivated to expand their knowledge while living a rewarding cultural experience. These stays can take the form of an exchange program, a practical internship or a research stay. Several sources of funding are also available.

Application for admission

Canadian students

Step 1: Admission Requirements

  • Choose the admission quarter.
  • Choose the place of instruction.
  • Check the conditions of admission and quota.
  • Check the requirements for fluency in French.
  • Respect the deadlines for submission of admission applications.

Step 2: Filing the application

  • Complete the application for admission.
  • Provide the necessary documents to process the application for admission.
  • Pay the admission fee.

Step 3: Demand Tracking

  • Receive the decision on the application for admission.
  • Register for classes.

Foreign students

Step 1: Choose your training

  • Choice of study program and campus.
  • Equivalence of diplomas and admission requirements.
  • Requirements for fluency in French.
  • Research Directorate, if necessary (research-type graduate programs).

Step 2: Check your financial capacity

Foreign students must ensure, before leaving their country of origin, to have the necessary financial resources to cover all the expenses of study and stay.

Step 3: Submit your application

  • Application for admission online.
    It is important to send all the required documents for the analysis of the application for admission as soon as possible. The Office of the Registrar of UQAR will not be able to process the application for admission without them.

Step 4: Obtain legal permissions to study in Canada

Foreign students admitted to a study program or exchange program for a period of more than 6 months must obtain the residence permit below.

Students admitted to a program lasting less than six months (a one-term program) are exempt from the CAQ and study permit. However, depending on the nationality of the candidate, a visa or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) may be required to stay in Canada.

Applications for authorization are the responsibility of the candidate. UQAR can not intervene in this process, which is the exclusive responsibility of the ministries concerned.

Students must ensure that they have a valid passport when applying for a residence permit.

If student residence permits are not obtained in time for back to school, contact a foreign student advisor to evaluate options.

Step 5: Prepare to arrive in Canada

  • Health insurance and hospitalization.
  • Foreign Student Matching Program.
  • Reservation of accommodation.
  • Plan your itinerary to Rimouski or Lévis.
  • Head to UQAR .
Program taught in:
  • French

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Last updated October 10, 2019
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Jan 6, 2020
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