A bachelor’s degree is a post-secondary degree awarded after completed 120 credits. It usually takes eight semesters to complete a Bachelor’s degree. While completing an undergraduate course, candidates have to study general courses and chose a major specific subject. A Bachelor’s degree can also be called a baccalaureate in certain countries.
Business studies refer to a discipline area that consists of classes such as finance, marketing, leadership, and money management. Classes may be taken as part of a particular degree or to prepare students for a business career.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a European country located on the Balkan peninsula. Bosnia and Herzegovina has a great tradition of success in science, art, literature, technology, etc.
Higher education has a rich tradition in Sarajevo. University of Sarajevo, being the most imperative higher learning institution in Bosnia-Herzegovina is based in this city.
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Students will initially complete two years business studies in SEBS. On successful completion of these studies, and having achieved the required prior learning, students will progress directly to the final [+]
I cycle program: Sarajevo Business School (In cooperation with Griffith College Dublin)The School of Economics and Business Sarajevo (SEBS) and Griffith College Dublin (GCD) provide a linked programme of study leading to the award of BA (Hons) Business Studies. Students will initially complete two years business studies in SEBS. On successful completion of these studies, and having achieved the required prior learning, students will progress directly to the final year of Griffith College's BA in Business Studies in Dublin. The linked programme provided by the prestigious institutions will be held in the English language and guided by the best professors from both insitutions and other international guest lecturers. This is the first international programme in Bosnia and Herzegovina organized by two well respected institutions. Other programs offered in our country do not have the backing of equal and respected institutions, and most lack full time professors, using instead retired professors, teaching assistants and part time lecturers. Also, SEBS and GCD provide programmes in International Business at MSc and MBA levels. These programmes prepare graduates for the world of international business by providing an educational experience which is strongly vocational, academically rigorous and intellectually challenging - a key stepping stone to a career in international business management. Every class is an opportunity to explore, to learn and to question. The lecturing team believes in an interactive teaching style that encourages students to make significant contributions and presentations in class. This promotes the exchange of ideas as well as building confidence. International... [-]