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Business Administration

Hult International Business School

UCAS Code: N1Q3 | Bachelor of Business Administration (with Honours) - BBA (Hons)

Entry requirements


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Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2022

Other options

2.0 years | Full-time with time abroad | 2022

Gain a unique perspective on international business when you study for a Bachelor of Business Administration in either Boston or London Hult's transformative undergraduate program offers you hands-on business experience studying a rigorous curriculum full of practical challenges, case studies, and in-class clients. Learning from committed and inspiring teachers who have achieved success in real-world business, you will join a global student body from over 130 nationalities in a truly international educational environment.

Modules

Our rigorous undergraduate business program is structured to give you the strongest possible foundation for success. No matter where in the world you’ve attended high school or how intensely you want to study while you’re at Hult, our flexible program is built to adapt to your needs and goals. Our curriculum comprises courses in General Education and Leadership Development, Business Core, Electives, and your Major - culminating in a Capstone Project of your choice. You'll earn 120 credits in order to complete your undergraduate degree, which will take between 2-4 years. U.K. students can expect accelerated graduation in three years or less, as the British education system has an extra year of high school which will count towards your degree provided your credits qualify.

Tuition fees

Select where you currently live to see what you'll pay:

Channel Islands
£32,950
per year
England
£32,950
per year
EU
£32,950
per year
International
£32,950
per year
Northern Ireland
£32,950
per year
Scotland
£32,950
per year
Wales
£32,950
per year

Extra funding

We believe in rewarding the talents and achievements of ambitious students. All incoming first-year and transfer students can apply for a range of merit-based scholarships that reward your achievements and potential both inside and outside of the classroom. So, whether you’re an academic high achiever, a budding entrepreneur, or have demonstrated an aptitude to lead—there could be a scholarship for you at Hult. For more information, please visit hult.edu/scholarship

The Uni


Course location:

Hult Campus: London

Department:

Business Studies

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