Define, evaluate and implement criteria according to which an enterprise is defined and link the results with the analysis of the environment to identify perspectives.

Identify, evaluate and analyse the constitutional characteristics and the functional areas of an organisation and their relations (i.e. goals and objectives, ownership, size, structure, purchasing, production, logistics, marketing, finance, human resource).

Audit an organisation and design consultancy plans (i.e. tax law, investment, case studies, project work)

Understand, use and implement bookkeeping and financial tools and systems (i.e. profit and loss account, balance sheet).

Identify and evaluate the impact of macro- and microeconomic elements on business organisations (i.e. financial and monetary systems, internal markets).

Design and implement and operate information systems.

Identify, implement and master adequate tools for market research, and statistical analysis.

Managing a company by planning and controlling concepts, methods and tools.

Understand follow and implement existing and new technology and its impact for new / future markets.

Evaluate and implement the principles of law and link them with business / management knowledge and marketing.

Demonstrate competencies in oral and written communication skills, in English as a foreign language as well as in the use of relevant computing technologies and tools.

Exemptions from Professional Examinations

Significantly, students obtaining the degree of BA in Business Administration are also exempted from professional examinations as follows:

9 out of 13 examinations of the Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants (ACCA)

12 out of 16 examinations of the Association of International Accountants (AIA)