BBA (BSc. Business Administration)
3 year (Hons) Programme
The Royal Holloway University of London Bachelor of Business Administration degree prepares you to lead and thrive in today’s global business world. It is a programme that has global impact, educates people for successful business careers and seeks to transform individuals, business practice and society. Studying a cutting-edge curriculum designed to help you be creative, entrepreneurial, you’ll achieve a real-world business schooling designed to make you career-ready from day one. Most importantly, we aim to help you understand that each of us can make a difference in this world.
Business Administration Programme
The Business Administration Programme
- Royal Holloway College has developed the BBA (BSc. Business Administration) International Programmes with the aim that the degree is examined to the same standard as College-based students studying at Royal Holloway, University of London.
- The degree provides a progression route to a variety of higher degrees in the business sector.
- This degree allows students to study locally and still receive a degree from the prestigious University of London and a chance at earning a high-quality education.
CertHE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
- The CertHE in Business Administration is a qualification in its own right that also provides an entry route to degree study.
- The modules studied in the CertHE are the same as the first year of the BSc Business Administration.
- The CertHE in Business Administration has been designed by the Royal Holloway for the University of London undergraduate programme. Students who are 17 years of age, or above, are eligible to enter the programme. In view of special entrance requirements, only those students who are studying the course at an institution authorized by the Royal Holloway, are allowed to register. Recognition panels, comprising senior staff members are sent by the Royal Holloway to visit a recognized teaching centre every three years to ensure that standards are maintained and that necessary academic support systems are in place.