Bachelor's Degree in Business Studies in Lithuania

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Bachelor degrees from accredited colleges and universities can be important stepping-stones toward a successful career.The most common type of undergraduate program is a bachelor's degree, usually awarded after four years of successful study

Business, Economics and Administration degrees will be related to the behaviour of resources in diverse types of environments. Students can expect to learn about the workings of markets in different levels, such as local economies or international trade; or can learn to be organizational leaders seeking to improve a corporation’s revenue, profit or image.

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International Business

Šiauliai State College
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 Lithuania Šiauliai

Objective(s) of a study programme:to train qualified international business specialists, capable to analyze business environment and processes, to create and manage a business, to implement international business projects. [+]

Best Bachelors in Business Studies in Lithuania 2017. About the programme Name of Study Programme: International Business Area of study: Social sciences Field of study: Business and Administration Level of study: programme 6 Type of study: College studies Qualification awarded: Professional Bachelor of International Business Certificate awarded: Professional Bachelor diploma Minimal education for admission: Secondary General Description: Objective(s) of a study programme: To train qualified international business specialists, capable to analyze business environment and processes, to create and manage a business, to implement international business projects, to communicate and negotiate in foreign languages by focusing on the changing international business environment, consumer needs and company’s goals by applying the latest scientific knowledge and socially responsible business principles in national and international markets. Learning outcomes: After successful completion the study programme, a student: Knowledge and its application will know and understand international business, management, marketing, economic, legal, psychology sociology, philosophy and ethics theories, principles and methods and will be able to apply them for business creation, management and development in national and international market; will apply mathematics, statistics and informatics knowledge for solving issues in business Research skills will carry out applied researches, which enable to get to know processes and events occurring in business and its environment and to apply the results for development of business and for solving concrete problems of international business. Special skills will be able to establish a company, will plan, organize, manage, control and analyze business processes, allowing to react quickly to the changing global business environment; will plan, analyze, evaluate and control international business financial, human and material resources; will organize and manage resourcing of goods and raw materials and sales processes; will predict international business trends, choose innovative marketing tools and prepare business projects; will collect, accumulate and systemize information from various sources as well as manage business data flows using modern information technologies Social skills will communicate and cooperate with partners and colleagues, discuss and negotiate in multi-cultural space in Lithuanian and foreign languages; will work in a team while taking responsibility for his/her own and subordinate employees activity results and quality, will follow principles of social justice, professional ethics and citizenship in professional activities as well as foster ethnocultural and intercultural relations Personal skills independently, innovatively and creatively will develop knowledge and skills needed for continuous professional development as well as understand moral and social responsibility for impact of his/her activities results on society, economic and cultural development as well as for well-being and the environment Activities of teaching and learning: Active teaching and learning methods are used as well as virtualization of the study process and internationalization. It is intended in the study programme for individual subjects topics to be taught by visiting teachers as well as mobility of students and teachers under Erasmus exchange programme which ensures the programme internationalization. In order to ensure innovative business specialist training, individual subjects topics will be taught by social partners from innovative businesses. The entirety of teaching and learning methods is intended to form general and special skills of professional activity required for independent and creative work of a trained specialist in the fields of international business. The programme aims for students to be actively involved in the study process: lectures seek to create a discussion environment, methods that promote student's initiative and practical activity are used. Abilities and skills are formed while studying theory basics, practicing, doing individual tasks: demonstration, information search, problem solving, situation modeling, problematic teaching, project work, group practicing, mind map, etc. Methods of assessment of learning achievements: The continuous assessment takes place over a period of time including the whole semester as well as exam session and the level of attainment reached by each individual student is evident from the composite score IKI = Tkn + Ekn), which is determined by the teacher and depends on the intended learning outcomes, subject content and the nature of assignments. All continuous and/or interim assessments of the subject, exams or any other form of learning outcomes assessment as well as practical tasks and defense of the practice activity (analysis) report are compulsory for students. All subjects final evaluation has intended exam method, provided test and pracical tasks, there might be a project preparation and defense. Practice evaluation is ended by submitting and defending a practice report. Stages in the course of studies are assessed by giving the following assignments: practice report, course paper and graduation paper. Learning outcomes of related subjects and the requirements to demonstrate a set of skills and abilities may be included in the practice report and internship assignments. [-]

Bachelor in Transport Business Management

Vilnius Business College
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Lithuania Vilnius

Programme objective: to train transport business professionals who know no less than 2 foreign languages and are able to successfully apply theoretical knowledge and practical skills in a global transport and logistics services market. [+]

Bachelor in Transport Business Management Programme: Transport Business Management Degree awarded: Professional Bachelor's degree in Transport and Logistics Field of study: Social Sciences Duration: Full-time: 3 years Credits (ECTS) 180 Course language: Russian Programme objective: to train transport business professionals who know no less than 2 foreign languages and are able to successfully apply theoretical knowledge and practical skills in a global transport and logistics services market. Prospects for the internship/placement: transport business is one of the most successfully functioning industry branches, creating a huge impact on Lithuania‘s economic growth, therefore transport professionals who know a couple of foreign languages really well easily find both internship and work placements in this sector. Transport and logistics service market is global; therefore job prospects exist both in Lithuanian and foreign counties. Transport sector is a world with huge opportunities and now it is the perfect time to become a professional in this field. What you will be taught: business organization, sales management, information technologies in transportation, logistics, transportation law, passenger and cargo transportation technologies, customs and forwarding services, warehousing and stevedoring logistics, strengthened English and (Russian/German/Spanish et al.) languages teaching. What you will become: as a graduate of Transport Business study programme, You will: integrate into already existing Lithuanian and international organization collectives that provide logistics services; establish your own transport company; work in cargo and passenger transportation organizing companies; work in different governmental institutions and business organizations in which professional logistics specialists are required. Application deadline: August 15, 2016 Start date: October 3, 2016 [-]

The Joint Degree of Professional Bachelor in International Marketing

SMK University of Applied Social Sciences
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Lithuania Vilnius

Joint Degree in International Marketing and Branding is implemented together with the partner in Poland University of Economy in Bydgoszcz (WSG). The programme requires the student to spend all second year of study in Poland and at the end receive joint degree of Professional Bachelor in International Marketing. [+]

Best Bachelors in Business Studies in Lithuania 2017. Joint Degree in International Marketing and Branding is implemented together with the partner in Poland University of Economy in Bydgoszcz (WSG). The programme requires the student to spend all second year of study in Poland and at the end receive joint degree of Professional Bachelor in International Marketing. Studies purpose To train skilled specialists of International Marketing and Branding, who can independently perform marketing research, develop marketing strategy, plan and implement solutions for marketing of enterprises in international market, also to create for enterprise or product branding, positioning it in international markets. Learning outcomes After graduating from the studies, a person will be able: to apply knowledge of practice, applied theory and methods in marketing and branding in multicultural business environment; to achieve an understanding of advertising, brand semiotics, awareness and media selection concepts and application; to understand and reflect upon central theories and models of business–to-customers and business-to-business marketing; to perform marketing and market research to determine consumer behaviour differences in foreign markets also to process and evaluate research results; to assess the competitive position of a business or product as a basis for the preparation of the company's marketing mix with a focus on international market; to analyse, assess and apply legal methods and tools to support the sales performance in an international markets; to develop, assess and implement international marketing and branding strategies for different size and type enterprises with various amount of resources and strategic goals; to indentify product development opportunities and to prepare the plan for entering international markets; to develop, implement and maintain enterprise, product or service branding, according to the factors of the company's brand identification in international markets; to assess the company's international marketing and branding actions effectiveness; to make effective decisions on the marketing mix changes in order to solve real problems implementing the company's strategic plans; to cooperate and collaborate with people having diverse educational, language and cultural backgrounds; to attain competencies for further education; to develop independence, the ability to cooperate and the ability to create something new. Studies content General course units of studies: Information Technologies; Business English; Creative Thinking/ Creative Industries/ Guerilla Marketing. Course units of the study field: Economics; Fundamentals of Management; Principles of Marketing; Business Communication; Multicultural Communication; Consumer Behaviour and Psychology; Visual Semiotics; International Trade; Brand Management; Business Law; International Marketing (B2B, B2C); Marketing Research; Sales Management; Corporate Finance; International Marketing Strategies; Positioning and Branding Strategies; Product Adoption and Development, Practice, Higher education Final Pape and other. Optional course units for deepening knowledge of the study field: Students may choose from study field knowledge deepening course units: : Marketing Campaign Planning; Event Marketing Planning; ICT in Marketing; International Logistics in Marketing. Elective course units (EUC): are appointed to interdisciplinary studies or educating general competencies from the list of college elective course units. The study evaluation: cumulative assessment and a ten-scale assessment system are applied. Programmes of course units foresee certain structural elements of assessment, their weight in the final assessment, the content of certain assessment tasks, criteria and requirements. When applying a cumulative assessment the learning outcomes are assessed by interim assignments. Studies of each course unit end with an examination. Student knowledge and abilities are assessed during the exam session only if during a semester a student implements the requirements and tasks of interim assessment foreseen in the programme of a course unit. Achieved learning outcomes of the study programme students demonstrate while doing a final thesis by the Joint Qualificative Committee. Career International Marketing and Branding specialists will be able to work as marketing either branding consultants in small, medium and large enterprises, working in service, production or sales companies. Also as specialists, marketing either branding managers in marketing departments of international enterprises either companies, preparing to enter international markets; to work in advertising or marketing agencies, which are working with international projects or supplying branding services for their customers companies either products. [-]

Professional Bachelor of Tourism and Leisure

SMK University of Applied Social Sciences
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Lithuania Klaipeda

Develop tourism and recreation professionals, who are able, independently, create and manage a tourism business, organise the hotel activities, responsibly act in national and international tourism markets. [+]

Studies purpose Develop tourism and recreation professionals, who are able, independently, create and manage a tourism business, organise the hotel activities, responsibly act in national and international tourism markets. Studies results After graduating from the studies, a person: Will understand tourism theories, typology, will be able to apply the acquired knowledge of the social sciences organizing the tourism business. Will be able to describe forms of tourism and recreation, also to apply then following assessment of users' expectations and needs. Will understand the core of tourism set, will know the elements of it, the development and marketing principles and techniques. Will be able to perform the tourism market and hotel business research, analyze the results and use them for a successful tourism business organization. Will know how to set up a tourism enterprise and will be able to control it using the principles of ethics and innovation Will be able to develop the tourism business plans, will base them on financial calculations and resource needs. Will be able to recruit and manage a team of staff using motivation theories, modern management techniques and leadership principles. Will apply the internal, external and cross-cultural communication patterns in communication with business partners and customers. Will be able independently and in a team to develop tourism and recreation project for each client according to their needs and preferences. Will apply the quality of service and hospitality standards in the development and selling tourism services. Will assess changes in the market and will be able to make the right decisions in the tourism business and hotels development activities. Studies content General course units of studies: Business Communication; Information and Communication Technologies; Basics of Law; Communication Psychology; Basics of Sociology and other. Course units of the study field: Management, Theory of Economics, Tourism Recourses and Geography; Tourism Typology; Business Ethics; Professional Foreign Language, Intercultural Communication, Hospitality Services, Tourism Marketing, Tourism Business Organisation, Services Quality Management; Tourism Service Pricing, Food Service Organisation, Sales Management, Tourism Service Pricing, Company Economics and Finance, Accommodation Services, Tourism Informational Systems, Tourism Project Management and etc. Students perform training and final professional internships, the total volume of which is 30 credits. Optional modules for deepening knowledge of the study field: Tourism offers in the differentiated needs market or Hotel business diversification Elective course units (EUC): Elective course units are appointed to interdisciplinary studies or educating general competencies from the list of college elective course units. The study evaluation: Cumulative assessment and a ten-scale assessment system are applied. In subject and module programmes, concrete evaluation structural elements are foreseen, their weight in final evaluation, the content of concrete evaluation tasks, criteria and requirements. When applying cumulative assessment the learning outcomes are evaluated by interim assignments. Studies of each subject end with an examination. Student knowledge and skills are evaluated during the exam session only then, if during semester a student satisfies the requirements and tasks of interim evaluation foreseen in the programme of a course unit. Achieved results of Tourism and Hotels study programme students demonstrate while defending thesis. Career Graduates will be able to handle different types of tourism enterprises, providing accommodation and catering, travel, tourism, information, entertainment, and other services required to meet the needs of tourists, to lead the company's marketing, sales, customer service, travel, lodging and other units as well as to establish tourism businesses and hotels. [-]

Professional Bachelor in International Business

SMK University of Applied Social Sciences
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Lithuania Klaipeda

The aim of International Business (Joint Degree) Study Programme is to prepare proactive and socially responsible entrepreneurs, demonstrating proficiency in business management and intercultural communication and able to create, manage and develop international business in Lithuanian and international markets. [+]

Best Bachelors in Business Studies in Lithuania 2017. In recent decades business is increasingly taking an international character and pace, and international commerce now captivates a large and constantly growing proportion of overall commercial activities. An increasing number of companies, small, medium-sized and large, are now affected by international events and competition, therefore this active business development demands innovative knowledge and professional expertise in the field of international business. Studies purpose The aim of International Business (Joint Degree) Study Programme is to prepare proactive and socially responsible entrepreneurs, demonstrating proficiency in business management and intercultural communication and able to create, manage and develop international business in Lithuanian and international markets. Studies results Learning outcomes To be able to develop business in an international business environment applying fundamental knowledge of social sciences (economics, business management and quality management theories and methodology) using systematic approach to business. To know international trade, tax and legal systems, related European Union directives, Lithuanian basic regulations governing the legal forms of business and corporate activities and be able to apply them in practice. To be able to assess the international companies' business environment, business development trends, information and data related to business management by applying social research methods. To be able to establish and develop international business companies, be able to organize activities and conduct business operations to ensure proper functioning of international organizations of international company in multicultural environment. To be able to plan activities of international business company, to prepare and implement business projects and innovations related to the strategic development. To be able to organize and to manage human resources of the company, to coordinate teamwork, to select effective motivation methods and to carry out the assessment of a professional activity of employees. To be able to use advanced marketing and sales techniques to ensure business performance. To be able to control material and financial resources of international business company, to know how to apply advanced analytical tools for management solutions. To know how to apply scientific and technical innovations for developing company’s activities and creating new products (services). To be able to prepare international business development strategy, to make strategic business solutions and to manage change effectively, integrating principles of sustainable development. To be able to evaluate global business environment and to assess main risks of international business development using information communication technologies, to take effective and responsible solutions. To acquire skills necessary for assessment of own professional activity, knowledge and experience, to determine self-expression and self-development directions and to develop professionalism in the changing international business environment. Studies content General course units of studies (18 ECTS): Business English, Advanced Information Technologies, Personality and Communication Psychology, Sociology, Entrepreneurship and Leadership, Personal Management and Career. Course units of the study field (138 ECTS): Globalization and Global Market, Economics, Management, International Business, Intercultural Communication, Economics for Business Enterprise, Business Law, Marketing, Quantitative Methods for Business, Business Finance and Accounting, Operations Management and Logistics, Research Methodology in Social Sciences, Human Resource management, Sustainable Business Development, Business Information Systems, International Finance, Organizational Behaviour, Quality Management, Strategic Management, Business Projects Management and other. Course Units of Deepening Knowledge in Study Field (15 ECTS): International Trade, Import & Export Management, Business Innovations, E-Business, International Marketing, Digital Marketing. Two professional activity internships are performed (training and final internships), volume – 33 ECTS. Final Thesis – 9 ECTS. Career Career opportunities Middle or high level manager, Head of marketing, Head of human resources, Head of project implementation department, Head of international company, Owner of the enterprise. [-]

Bachelor of Business Management

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Lithuania Vilnius

The program integrates management, controlling and accounting, managing information as strategic resource and other relevant subjects. [+]

WHAT ARE THE OUTCOMES OF THIS STUDY PROGRAMME? The program integrates management, controlling and accounting, managing information as strategic resource and other relevant subjects. The aim of the programme is to provide students with knowledge about modern organization and management standards of enterprise activities, accounting and analysis, which allows to perform adequate assessment of enterprise's state and development possibilities, models, enabling to take into account globalization, EU comprehensive integration and other factors, which entertain democratic values and thereby determine economical and social efficiency of the projected activities and enabling to minimize the risk losses. WHAT WILL YOU LEARN? To form the ability to mould strategies committed to develop the activity of various business entities, based on the orientation to innovations and technological progress, intents to develop international relations, herewith - promoting the dissemination of high-technologies and creation of technology-oriented products and services and their competitiveness in the international markets. The fundamental principles of humanitarian, social (including philosophy, sociology) and other sciences, necessary forming a wide world-view, also seeking to know and evaluate comprehensively and with systematic approach social economical, scientific and technological progress phenomena as essential in order to understand the environment of business organization and to carry out management functions properly. To use contemporary social economical processes and market situation analysis and forecasts methods, oriented towards usage of internet technologies, implement complex research of national and international market situation also research for understanding of customer behavior and different social classes and groups, prepare management decisions for marketing activities organisation, justification and implementation of marketing strategies, which ensure business competitiveness and effectiveness. Exchange period abroad Faculty of Business Management offers excellent opportunities for all students wishing to study at a foreign partner universities. Currently, the faculty have more than 120 contracts with Universities in 23 European countries, bilateral agreements with American, Asian universities, which include more than 150 seats for exchange students every year. What are my career opportunities after graduation? Bachelor is prepared to carry out various management functions in enterprises: to establish and develop business, to organize work of people and their groups, to prepare and implement projects, to analyze and forecast economic situation in different markets, to initiate and implement innovations, to make independently effective business decisions. [-]

Bachelor in World Politics and Economy

Vytautas Magnus University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Lithuania Kaunas

Study Programme: <strong>World Politics and Economy</strong> incorporates two main disciplines: political science and economy. Graduates of the programme achieve double diploma –Political Science and Economic Science. [+]

Best Bachelors in Business Studies in Lithuania 2017. Unique Features Study Programme: World Politics and Economy incorporates two main disciplines: political science and economy. Graduates of the programme achieve double diploma –Political Science and Economic Science. Competencies Acquired Graduates will be able to: - To explain the political and economic processes in various countries, regions and globally; - To assess the links between political actors and economic structures in the political systems of various countries; - To conduct a comparative analysis of political and economic processes, conduct phenomena analysis and predict the future trend of these processes; - To do a research of political and economic entities‘ singularities and the relationship between them; - To identify and assess the main political and economic trends in the world; - To select and identify the optimal direction of economic and political practice; - To assess newly acquired skills, constantly collect information and critically assess it, and be guided by continual learning provisions Career Opportunities Graduates of the World Politics and Economy Studies program will be able to pursue their studies in more specialized Master’s programmes in political science, economics and other social sciences and humanities at VMU and other Lithuanian or foreign universities , or to engage in practical activities : work as political advisors, reviewers, managers and economists in Lithuanian and foreign public institutions, national embassies, consular offices, non-governmental organizations, the EU and other international organizations, institutions and offices, the private sector, the media and other public information media. Specialists will be able to compare various countries political and economic processes and to initiate , develop and implement a variety of political, social, economic information’ development projects. Graduates will have the knowledge, abilities and skills to develop and implement international projects, actively participate in the EU Neighbourhood region (the Eastern Partnership and the Black Sea Synergy, the Mediterranean Partnership) NGO forums to deal with Eastern Europe and the rest of the world political and economic problems, anticipate potential actions scenarios for the future and at the same time represent Lithuania and other countries. Access Requirements Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent degree and proven capability to fluently speak, read and write in English. Application Procedure Required Documents: - Application form; - Original High School degree diploma and translation into English, and: a) Approved by “Appostille” - for citizens of countries acceding to the 1961 Hague Convention; b) Legalized by the Centre of Quality Assessment in Higher Education (www.skvc.lt) in Lithuania - for other countries citizens; - Proof of English proficiency (TOEFL, IELTC, etc.); - Copy of passport or other document of identification; - 1 recent passport size photos (3 x 4 cm); - Copy of document showing paid application fee 50 EUR; - Letter of motivation (300 – 500 words); - Curriculum vitae; - Accommodation form. [-]

Bachelor in Theology

LCC International University
Campus Full time September 2017 Lithuania Klaipeda

The <strong>Theology department</strong> of LCC invites you to explore many questions, which we are either too afraid to ask or too busy to answer. In theology, we pause to think, interact, and attempt to understand the larger picture before we move into careers so that we might make a holistic, life-affirming, and God-honoring difference in this world. [+]

Why does human suffering occur? Is God relevant in today’s world? How shall I read Scripture and understand it? How ought I understand and live out the concept of divine mission? These are among many important questions, which are at the heart of our worldview and, thus, have an impact on our individual lives and the communities in which we live. The Theology department of LCC invites you to explore many questions, which we are either too afraid to ask or too busy to answer. In theology, we pause to think, interact, and attempt to understand the larger picture before we move into careers so that we might make a holistic, life-affirming, and God-honoring difference in this world. Mission The Theology department provides instruction in the Bible as the authoritative Word of God, and in Christian history, thought, and practice with the purpose of commending Christ as Lord and Savior and so contributing to the formation of Christian character, worldview, and service. Providing a Career Path We exist to equip all LCC graduates with cognitive and practical tools to have an impact on their careers, volunteer efforts, and family development. As a holistic discipline, theology moves students with passion and energizes them for best practices in each area of life because God is rightfully the Lord of all. If your career goals involve advanced theological study and a career in Christian ministry or mission, then the major in Evangelical Theology at LCC is an excellent choice. Also, students are excited by the new opportunity of a Theology double major with English or International Business Administration, because they realize theology influences career paths positively and challenges them to think creatively as future Christian leaders in the workplace. The double major expands a graduate’s opportunities even further to work in a variety of Christian businesses, mission agencies, social agencies, schools, and the not-for-profit sector. Curriculum The program in Evangelical Theology, and double degree with English or International Business, provides graduates with a broad conceptual framework for Christian thought and practice. Both degrees represent serious academic study of the various theological disciplines from the standpoint of the historic Christian faith. The curriculum focuses on three broad areas, which provide a synthesis of critical understanding and practice. The first is textual, in that it is directed toward the development of skills in the interpretation of primary biblical texts. The second area is devoted to contextual study. By means of the study of philosophy, history and culture, as well as systematic theology, students learn to see the texts in relation to the larger world. The third area is the practical application of insights gained through the study of text and context. The Theology program consists of 165 ECTS credits (135 required and 30 elective credits). [-]

Bachelor- Business, IT and Management

Hanze University of Applied Sciences - Groningen, the Netherlands
Campus Full time

In the Businesss IT & Management programme, you study the connection between business and ICT. You will learn how to analyse business needs and how to translate these into ICT solutions. [+]

Best Bachelors in Business Studies in Lithuania 2017. Business IT & Management: www.hanzegroningen.eu/bim​​​​ Secure and organised information, as well as data, are essential in today’s information society. IT systems are the foundation of business processes and a crucial part of an organisation and its business success. For the major Business IT & Management you are trained as a consultant who assists and advices companies and governments in optimising their information and communication facilities. As a consultant you are the bridge between programmers and other departments in an organisation. You understand the technology involved so you can discuss solving difficult IT-problems, but you also speak the language of the managers. You are business minded and understand how organisations work. Programme overview In the Business IT & Management programme, we study the connection between business and ICT. You will learn how to analyse business needs and how to translate these into ICT solutions. In the first year, you will explore the general field of ICT and Business Management together with Software Engineering students and Network Security Engineering students. In the second year, you will focus on four topics that link Business Management and ICT: Compliance, Enterprise Application Integration, Enterprise Resource Planning and Application Development. First year In the first year of Business IT & Management you are taught the foundations of IT. You will come across software engineering, network & security engineering and business IT & management. You will discover subjects such as webshop making, security, business process modelling and data visualisation. You will learn how to analyse business processes and structure information. You will be part of interesting projects which involve visualising data for a company and designing an information system for an organisation. Career prospects After you graduate you can work as a business information consultant, business analyst, information manager, process manager, project leader or service manager. [-]

Bachelor in Contemporary Communication

LCC International University
Campus Full time Part time 3.5 - 4 years September 2017 Lithuania Klaipeda + 1 more

Through training in oral, written, and visual communication, media and technology systems, interpersonal communication and negotiation, persuasion, and leadership, the Contemporary Communication program develops competent and ethical communicators who lead transformation in public, private, and social enterprise, utilizing the inter-related media of today’s global environment. [+]

Mission Statement Through training in oral, written, and visual communication, media and technology systems, interpersonal communication and negotiation, persuasion, and leadership, the Contemporary Communication program develops competent and ethical communicators who lead transformation in public, private, and social enterprise, utilizing the inter-related media of today’s global environment. Program Aims and Student Learning Outcomes Program Aim 1: Interpersonal Communication: Students cultivate the communication skills needed for careers in the public, private, and non-governmental sectors, including interpersonal, cross-cultural, and negotiation skills as well as leadership and team building capacities. 1.1 Students display interpersonal skills that reflect respect and empathy. They are able to assess and determine shared goals, negotiate in order to build support, and communicate for influence toward positive change. 1.2: Through application of communication knowledge in the extensive use of group projects, students develop the communication skills necessary to work effectively with stakeholders from various organizational roles in order to establish the patterns of alignment needed for strategic initiatives. 1.3: Students demonstrate understanding of their own culture and the cultures of others. They indicate appreciation for functional and cultural diversity and the role these play in communication that produces innovative solutions to tangible problems. 1.4: Students understand the historical development and current theory of communication and use that knowledge to identify current and future trends in communication. Program Aim 2: Communication for Leadership: Students gain an extensive understanding of the relevance and role of communication systems, including a framework of Christian ethics, for transformational leadership in response to societal needs. 2.1: Students indicate readiness for immersion in diverse environments characterized by functional and cultural differences. They demonstrate the communication and collaborative skills needed for leadership toward positive and holistic change. 2.2: Students develop cultural sensitivity and personal leadership empathy and learn how to communicate these values skillfully in order to be prepared for effective management and workplace influence and conflict resolution. 2.3: Students develop an understanding of contemporary communication challenges and opportunities through the lens of social change. They demonstrate the importance of principled innovation and the role that communication plays in transformation initiatives. 2.4: Students demonstrate the ability to select and synthesize communication solutions based on analysis of current societal needs and application of professional ethics and Christian worldview. 2.5: Students learn how to influence institutions in all sectors through best-practice communication demonstrating knowledge and understanding of the role of government and legal frameworks. Program Aim 3: Identifying the Change Opportunities: Students develop their ability to engage relevant and appropriate communication as they identify change opportunities. They utilize communication approaches based on their ability to perform analysis and data collection, including market research, and select media development strategies. 3.1: Students successfully identify the needs and characteristics of their audience. They possess a strong understanding of project feasibility and strategic communication approaches through market research and stakeholder analysis. 3.2: Students develop critical thinking through learning frameworks behind communication systems and practical application in pursuit of lifelong learning. 3.3: Students apply communication software development methodologies to analyze problems, define accurate project requirements, and identify transformation opportunities. 3.4: Students demonstrate knowledge of copyright and proper attribution and usage in the application of communication alternatives. They indicate that they understand the critical role of research and utilize action research as a means to bring about social change. Program Aim 4: Building Communication Solutions: Students develop strong oral, written, and visual communication competencies, emphasizing branding, integrated marketing, corporate presentations, and media releases. 4.1: Students develop their ability to effectively and directly communicate diverse concepts to a target audience in a user-centered manner. As a foundation for all communication, they possess strong writing and speaking skills. 4.2: Students demonstrate their ability to enhance communication through skilled use of technology. Students build presentation skills for corporate settings and social scenarios. 4.3: Students gain the ability to organize and construct papers, reports, proposals and other deliverables. 4.4: Students gain an understanding of visual design and the ability to realize usable designs and interfaces. 4.5: Students learn to adapt a central message to a broad range of media. 4.6 Students learn to synthesize solutions to unique, multi-cultural problems across multiple disciplines through use of agile and traditional waterfall methods. Career Opportunities A graduate in Contemporary Communication is prepared for further studies in communication and information sciences as well as other programs in social sciences and humanities. A graduate may seek employment as communications or public relations specialists, system and network designers and analysts, information and project managers in private or public sector, various agencies, foundations and associations, non-governmental organizations, public relations companies, and information service providers. A graduate in PR is prepared for career in publishing, information services, advertisement, sales, and media as account director, manager, development officer, media coordinator, marketing communications director, technical writer, social media specialist. A graduate in ICT is prepared for career as analyst, project/systems/operations/information manager, communications specialist, solutions architect, technical writer. A graduate will be able to engage in strategic planning of organizations, develop communication strategies and manage organizational image and reputation. A graduate will also be able to apply negotiation and problem solving skills in sales and marketing roles. A graduate is also prepared for any career which requires a broad-based liberal arts education. Major The major in Contemporary Communication consists of 165 credits (135 required (including 15 practicum credits) and 30 module within major credits). [-]

Bachelor in International Business Administration

LCC International University
Campus Full time Part time 3.5 - 4 years September 2017 Lithuania Klaipeda + 1 more

The International Business Administration program provides a rigorous education in the concepts and skills of business within a Christian liberal arts environment. [+]

Best Bachelors in Business Studies in Lithuania 2017. Mission Statement The International Business Administration program provides a rigorous education in the concepts and skills of business within a Christian liberal arts environment. Our graduates will be well versed in the various disciplines of business and the moral/ethical issues of the day, thus preparing them to bring their values and skills to bear on practices in Lithuania or their relevant community. Why Study Business at LCC? Do you want to be prepared to work in today’s fast-paced business environment? The breadth and format of LCC’s International business administration program will make this goal a reality for you. Gain an understanding of foundational and advanced business theory. Learn to analyze the changing business environment. Develop skills working in intercultural teams. Then take your theoretical knowledge and apply it in practical ways on and off campus, gaining valuable experience before you graduate. Equipping for Challenges North American and Lithuanian faculty work together to give you an education that will bridge the gap between the two different traditions of enterprise–those of the East and of the West. The expansion of the European Union is coming quickly. As the Eastern European community seeks integration, relationships with foreign partners become increasingly important. LCC will equip you with the skills needed to not only survive but also to be a step ahead in this transition. You will gain a broad understanding of Western business practices and learn to adapt these to the local business environment. Our international community of professors and students provides you with the perfect laboratory to prepare for the global economy. More Than Just a Business Because LCC is a Christian institution we seek to educate you not only as a successful business person, but also as a responsible citizen. Our diverse curriculum will help you place business in the context of broader societal issues. We will challenge you to consider how you relate to people, both professionally and personally. We want to provide you with an ethical framework in which to make decisions. You will develop the ability to think about the world more broadly, a skill which is becoming increasingly important in the business environment. But you will also be challenged to think about how you live your life and how to use your abilities to make a difference in today’s society. Making it Real for You LCC provides you with great opportunities to experience the realities of the business world. The Student Business Organization (SBO) and the Career Development Center (CDC) work together to enable you to function successfully even before you get your Bachelor’s degree. The SBO offers you first hand experience working on actual business projects, meeting with representatives of Lithuanian and international companies and organizing professional events and conferences. You will learn to lead diverse teams, as well as become a skilled discussion facilitator and negotiator. With the help of the CDC, you will learn to become everything employers are looking for from writing a job-winning resume to discovering your real talents and strengths. Bonnie Straight, former Business Department chair, shares her vision for business students: “Our purpose is not to train specialists, but to develop skilled business professionals who know how to learn, who work well in teams, who work with integrity and imagination, and who have had practice in analyzing the current business environment and identifying areas of opportunity and threat.” Career Opportunities A graduate in International Business Administration is prepared to pursue graduate studies in a wide range of areas including management, leadership, marketing, economics, entrepreneurship, and international business. A graduate may pursue a career in various types of management and leadership, accounting and finance, marketing and sales, and human resources. A graduate is also equipped to establish a new enterprise. A graduate is prepared for any career which requires a broad-based liberal arts education. Major The major in International Business Administration consists of 165 ECTS credits (129 required and 36 elective credits). [-]

Bachelor - International Business Management In German

Hanze University of Applied Sciences - Groningen, the Netherlands
Campus Full time 4 years

You are ambitious and adventurous, accurate and communicative. Related Products other cultures and the relationship between companies in the German-speaking countries and the Netherlands [+]

You are ambitious and adventurous, accurate and communicative. Related Products other cultures and the relationship between companies in the German-speaking countries and the Netherlands captivate you. You're looking for an education that you well prepared in every way for an international career in finance, marketing or management area; offers you a sophisticated theoretical base in which it You can also collect sufficient practical experience. The versatile, the biggest part of German-language study International Business at Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen is such an education. You will be part of a truly international environment, with students from over 50 different nationalities and faculty with international business knowledge. Your studies at IBS will be the start of large experience, just now also because of Groningen's vibrant city center, consisting of approximately 193,000 inhabitants of which are close to 50,000 students. During the third and fourth year, the study will involve work experience in two companies where you can apply all the theory you have learned so far. More information about the admission and application, please visit: www.hanze.de/bw [-]

Bachelor - International Facility Management

Hanze University of Applied Sciences - Groningen, the Netherlands
Campus Full time 4 years

​​​​​​​Are you adventurous, curious, do you have a good command of English and do you love to organise? Then International Facility Management is the programme for you! [+]

Best Bachelors in Business Studies in Lithuania 2017. International Facility Management: www.hanzegroningen.eu/ifm ​​​​​​​Are you adventurous, curious, do you have a good command of English and do you love to organise? Then International Facility Management is the programme for you! Every person needs a pleasant, safe and well equipped environment to live, work and to relax in. At home you can create your own living environment, perfectly catered to your own needs. Most people however spend a great deal of their time in public places or buildings where there are other people about: at work, at school, or at the local sports club. It's a Facility Managers' job to organise good facilities in such places. Providing services is all about people. It is a proven fact that people function better in a pleasant environment, whether at work or in their spare time. Facility Managers are responsible for creating this pleasant atmosphere in a building (such as a school or office building) or an event (such as a concert). Creating a pleasant working environment can be realised on various levels, which include: The Facility Manager as a member of the board who, by virtue of his/her profession, takes part in deciding on the purchase, renovation and use of buildings The Facility Manager as an advisor who makes recommendations about the design of office spaces (e.g. sustainable new initiatives in housing) The Facility Manager as an organiser who designs, implements and monitors facility processes​ The Facility Manager as a purchaser of necessary products and services at good prices and oversees the desired quality. Facility Managers are requested almost anywhere people work in an organisational environment such as in office buildings, business parks or locations where guests reside such as hospitals, schools and banks. Facility Managers are always active at conference centres, hotels, recreation parks and large events. IFM is​​​ international IFM prepares students for careers both in the Netherlands and abroad. In our student population many nationalities are represented. Students come from all over the world including European Union countries, Eastern Europe, Middle America and the Far East. Students are expected to master written and spoken English. Throughout the programme students give presentations and write reports in English. Teaching is supported by guest lectures and seminars are given by experts specialised in the field of Facility Management. Job​ Prospects First you have an international (bachelor of Business Administration) degree. Secondly Facility Managers can fulfil various executive positions: Head of Facility Organisation, Hospitality Manager, New Development Project Manager, Relocation Coordinator, Catering Manager, Regional manager of Cleaning Services, Events Project Manager, Head of Safety and Security, Purchase Manager etc. So there are plenty of job opportunities for Facility Management graduates all over the world. An extra possibility is that IFM students have the possibility to do a master's degree in one year.​ Programme overview Educating students thoroughly in the area of International Facility Management means hard work for students as well as lecturers. The first two years focus on providing a thorough grounding in the area of International Facility Management. After that, there are various options for determining your personal course of study. The following flow chart represents the course outline. The arrows indicate the points within the programme where you can choose how you wish to continue your studies, allowing you to decide on the type of Facility Manager you want to become. A study coach will help you within this process. [-]

Bachelor - International Business and Management Studies - 3 years

Hanze University of Applied Sciences - Groningen, the Netherlands
Campus Full time 3 years

From the moment you walk down our hallway you immediately experience the international atmosphere. You meet students from all over the world and are taught by lecturers with strong international [+]

International Business and Management Studies (3 year): www.hanzegroningen.eu/ibms3 ​​​​​Prepar​ing professionals with an international mind-set, who are ready to add value to business and society From the moment you walk down our hallway you immediately experience the international atmosphere. You meet students from all over the world and are taught by lecturers with strong international backgrounds. Cultural diversity is valued by all in this open-minded setting, where we speak and teach in English. IBS is truly international, with approximately 1,500 students representing more than 70 nationalities. This number increases considerably when you incorporate our faculty, alumni, university partners and international business networks. ​​​​​During the International Business and Management (IBMS) three-year bachelor's programme, students will gain knowledge in complex business issues and achieve a global understanding and awareness. The programme is taught in the English language: a valuable asset for those seeking international career paths. Add to this the adventure of a year abroad that includes a semester at a partner university and an international work placement. The​ IBMS three-year programme gives young, ambitious students the experience and skills to successfully enter a rapidly changing international business world. International Business and Management Studies graduates obtain an internationally recognised degree: Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA).​​ Programme structure The IBMS three-year year programme is worth 180 ECTS. Each year consists of two study semesters and each semester is divided into two ten-week periods. The programme is designed for students with a higher secondary school education, such as a Dutch VWO level, International Baccalaureate or an international equivalent. The first year of the IBMS three-year programme is tailored-made, bringing together students with similar academic backgrounds and abilities. It prepares students for the full second year abroad: study semester and international placement. The second and third years of the IBMS three-year programme are the same as the third and fourth years of the IBMS four-year programme. International placement The other semester in the third year is spent working in a company outside your home country, where you can apply all of the theory that you have earned during the first two years of your study. Students acquire the placement themselves, making use of the information available at IBS, such as regular placement offers, previous student reports and shared experiences of fellow students. Recent placements have included Hugo Boss, New York; Shell, Kuala Lumpur; AC Nielsen, Jakarta; Philips, Hong Kong; L’Oréal, Auckland; Saatchi & Saatchi, Moscow; Club Med, Brussels and Sara Lee/Douwe Egberts, Shanghai. Career opportunities Many graduates are offered jobs with their placement company or the company for which they did their final graduation project. We are even contacted directly by international companies that are specifically looking for our graduates. [-]

Bachelor - International Business and Management Studies

Hanze University of Applied Sciences - Groningen, the Netherlands
Campus Full time 4 years

From the moment you walk down our hallway you immediately experience the international atmosphere. You meet students from all over the world and are taught by lecturers with strong [+]

Best Bachelors in Business Studies in Lithuania 2017. International Business and Management Studies (4 year): www.hanzegroningen.eu/ibms4 ​​​​​​​​Prepar​ing professionals with an international mind-set, who are ready to add value to business and society From the moment you walk down our hallway you immediately experience the international atmosphere. You meet students from all over the world and are taught by lecturers with strong international backgrounds. Cultural diversity is valued by all in this open-minded setting, where we speak and teach in English. IBMS is truly international, with approximately 1,500 students representing more than 70 nationalities. This number increases considerably when you incorporate our faculty, alumni, university partners and international business networks. To deepen your cultural awareness and broaden your international horizon you will learn an additional world language, such as Spanish, French, German or Dutch. Add to this the adventure of a year abroad that includes a semester at a partner university and an international work placement. This combination ensures that the International Business and Management Studies programme provides the ultimate study environment for a business bachelor’s student who has strong, international ambitions! International Business and Management Studies (IBMS) graduates obtain an internationally recognised degree: Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). Programme structure The IBMS four-year programme is worth 240 ECTS. Each year consists of two study semesters. Each semester is divided into two ten-week periods. Throughout your studies, you will work together with other students in small groups to find answers to challenging, yet practical, business-related problems. These small, multicultural groups of four to six students prepare you for effective communication and cooperation in international business. Training is also provided in specific skills essential to successful future careers, such as giving and receiving feedback, working in groups, intercultural sensitivity, customer orientation and presentation skills. These are a unique part of the IBMS programme.​ International placement The other semester in the third year is spent working in a company outside your home country, where you can apply all of the theory that you have earned during the first two years of your study. Students acquire the placement themselves, making use of the information available at IBS, such as regular placement offers, previous student reports and shared experiences of fellow students. Recent placements have included Hugo Boss, New York; Shell, Kuala Lumpur; AC Nielsen, Jakarta; Philips, Hong Kong; L’Oréal, Auckland; Saatchi & Saatchi, Moscow; Club Med, Brussels and Sara Lee/Douwe Egberts, Shanghai. Career opportunities Many graduates are offered jobs with their placement company or the company for which they did their final graduation project. We are even contacted directly by international companies that are specifically looking for our graduates. [-]