Business Administration is a popular choice of major for many students, and graduates in this field are highly sought after by employers for the strength and versatility of their business administration and management skills.

In addition to excellent job prospects, we’ve come up with a list of five more reasons you should consider studying for a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.

The benefits of studying Business Administration

1. Learn key business skills

While studying for a degree in Business Administration, you’ll develop a wide range of transferable skills that are applicable to almost any sector. These might include:

  • Budgeting
  • Project management
  • Data analysis
  • Problem solving
  • Teamwork
  • Communication

You’ll also gain a foundational understanding of a variety of business functions, such as marketing and communications, accounting, IT and law.

The BBA – Business Administration course at EU Business School aims to prepare students for work in an international corporate environment. Classes cover topics such as international negotiation, cultures and languages, and the challenges faced by multinational organizations in addition to administrative principles.

Click here for a more in-depth look at the course structure.

2. A wide range of career options

Did you know that 93% of EU Business School graduates accept a job offer within six months of graduation?

A degree in Business Administration can help prepare you for a career in any number of fields, including Quality Management, Consulting and Advisory Services, Retail, and Entrepreneurship. Graduates of the EU Business School BBA – Business Administration course have gone on to fill roles including:

Service Manager

Service managers lead service departments, which are responsible for an organizations’ customer service relations. Their aim is to provide clients with excellent service in order to establish a long-lasting sales relationship. In charge of multiple teams, a service manager ensures that departmental and sales goals are met, and that their team members possess the necessary product and service knowledge to carry out tasks effectively. They will also need to know industry regulations, constraints, and laws for compliance. A service manager also assists with administrative tasks, prepares reports on the levels of customer service achieved, and pinpoints areas for improvement.

Sales Manager

Sales managers are tasked with selling a company’s products or services. They work within the commercial department of an organization, reporting to an area manager or sales director, and acting as the organization’s point of contact with clients. Sales managers set targets for clients, develop new business, create and implement sales plans, coordinate with other departments to ensure timely product delivery, negotiate prices, and create and implement sales actions for sell-out.

Product Manager

Product managers work within the marketing department of an organization. They are in charge of the marketing actions of a specific product or product line, ensuring that it meets pre-established objectives set by management within a predetermined budget. Their tasks include tracking market share, creating and implementing brand actions, including promotional campaigns, reviewing market research and reporting, among others.

Purchasing Manager

Purchasing managers are responsible for creating and executing purchasing strategies within an organization. They source and select vendors, negotiate prices and contractual terms and conditions, make orders, track deliveries, and monitor and forecast future demand levels. Building trust with suppliers, together with clearly communicating and detailing a product’s technical inforFemation is key to success.

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3. Study with real-world business leaders

One of the greatest advantages of studying Business Administration is that your course will introduce you to the real world of business. As a BBA student, you’ll have the opportunity to learn business theory from experienced business professionals, and then put it into practice on a site visit or work placement.

At EU Business School, our faculty is made up of highly qualified academics, entrepreneurs, consultants, and business leaders from over 100 countries. We’ve developed a dynamic method of teaching which uses real-life case studies, demonstrating to students how they can apply the theory they learn in class to real-world business scenarios.

Outside the classroom, we organize regular site visits to the headquarters of multinational organizations, including Amazon, Tesla, and the World Trade Organization, and invite guest speakers to share their insights on the latest trends in their fields with our students. Some of our recent guest speakers have included the CEOs of Nestle, Jason Wu, and Adecco; the COO of Manchester City FC; the Country Director of Google for Belgium and Luxembourg; and the former Editor-in-Chief of USA Today.

4. Prepares you for further study

After completing a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, you may find yourself thinking about postgraduate study. Having a master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) can open many doors for you in the professional world. For example, you might receive a higher starting salary or be fast tracked into management. The first step towards achieving this is to attain an undergraduate degree in the field.

EU Business School offers both a BBA – Business Administration and an MBA pathway. And as a postgraduate student, you can choose to specialize in one of 11 business majors, including International Business, International Marketing, Global Banking & Finance, and Human Resources Management.

Click here to discover our full range of MBA programs.

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5. Business Administration is an interdisciplinary subject

Business Administration is a varied subject that gives you the opportunity to learn about many different corporate functions. This means that on graduating, your knowledge and skills will be wide-ranging enough to cover disciplines from finance to marketing and everything in between.

On the EU Business School BBA – Business Administration course, students are introduced to concepts from the following disciplines:

  • Marketing & Communications
  • Accounting & Finance
  • IT
  • Human Resources
  • Business Law
  • Advertising
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Supply Chain Management

Study with EU Business School

EU Business School’s Bachelor of Business Administration degree course is designed to prepare students for postgraduate study and work in an international business environment. Graduates of this program will be equipped to work in a variety of departments within multinational corporations, including those listed above.

If you are interested in pursuing a dynamic and varied career in Business Administration, take a look at the full course profile on our website and apply today.

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