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Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration Madrid

Learn to make decisions in situations of uncertainty and respond to real challenges efficiently with innovative subjects and specialisation branches that companies are looking for.

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Bachelor of Business Administration

The bachelor of business administration is a four-year degree aimed at equipping students with the skills and knowledge to understand and manage all aspects of a company, including finance, HR, sales and marketing, and general management.

The bachelor in business administration at Universidad Europea has been recognised for its international quality. The university was the first in Spain to be awarded the ACBSP (Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs) accreditation for all business programmes.

Studying the business administration degree also prepares you with the necessary tools to innovate and create your own business or work in large organisations.

Villaviciosa de Odón 240 ECTS
Start: 16 sep. 2024 Title issued by Universidad Europea de Madrid
4 years School of Social Sciences and Communication.
Official degree
50% discount on place reservation for 24/25 intake until 31st December! Check the legal terms

Why study the BBA in Madrid?

Learn a different way

Through advanced simulation environments, you will experience real business situations and learn to make strategic decisions like a business leader of the future.

Additionally, in our Consulting Lab, you will have the opportunity to collaborate on real projects for renowned companies, putting your knowledge and skills into practice in real-world situations.

Innovative curriculum

Learn with innovative subjects that will prepare you for the challenges of today's business world:

  • Business Workshop: where you will not only study business cases but also make critical decisions in real-world business situations.
  • Innovation Management: it will provide you with the tools to lead change and creativity in modern organizations.
  • Business Simulation: where you can apply your skills in a virtual environment that simulates authentic business situations.
  • Marketing Workshop: it will give you the keys to understanding and excelling in the world of digital and traditional marketing.
Over 400 hours of internships

Carry out internships in leading companies and organizations such as Leroy Merlin, Repsol, KIA, KPMG, Manos Unidas, Bankinter, Campofrío, or Accenture. These companies are leaders in their respective industries and will provide you with a real perspective on how the business world operates.

In more than 100 international destinations

Complete your studies with the appropriate level of English to work in national or multinational companies. You will have the opportunity to choose from over 100 high-quality international programs, with options for premium overseas stays. This will enrich your educational experience and allow you to solidify your skills and knowledge in a global context, providing you with a strong competitive advantage in the job market.

  • Digital Lab
    You will participate in challenges presented by renowned companies and startups in our Digital Lab. Here, you will learn and apply the most disruptive technologies and trends to provide future solutions.
  • Business Lab
    From our laboratory, we apply our experiential model to our curriculum. You will engage with companies, professionals, and tackle real challenges that will expose you to the realities of the business world.
  • University accommodation
  • Sports Centre
  • CRAI Dulce Chacón Library

Internationally recognised quality

Universidad Europea de Madrid was the first Spanish university to receive the coveted ACBSP (Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs) accreditation for all our Business programs. This accreditation places value on faculty excellence, learning outcomes and commitment to ongoing improvement, thereby acknowledging the internationally recognized quality of the educational programs based on students’ ability to show a high degree of skills development in line with employers’ needs.


ComillasI get a more global vision to survive in today’s highly competitive environment.

Julia Faura

Alumni Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration Student

ComillasAt UE, we train our students to be at the forefront of the next business transformation.

Federico Soto

Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration Professor


Designed together with the professional sector, based on their needs.

During the first years of the degree program, you will acquire more general knowledge and then, successively, guided by your professors, you will discover which area of the business you would like to work professionally. In your 4th year, you will be able to choose electives, continue acquiring in-depth knowledge of the broad, cross-disciplinary context of the company, or specialize, if you want, based on your profile and interests. In both options, you will complete your internship in three subjects of the curriculum (18 credits total).

  • Innovative subjects: Business Workshop, the Innovation Management, Sales Simulation and Marketing Workshop.

First Course

Economic and Social Thought3MandatoryEnglish (en)
Business Fundamentals6BasicEnglish (en)
Microeconomics I6BasicEnglish (en)
Macroeconomics I6BasicEnglish (en)
Finance I6BasicEnglish (en)
Financial Accounting I6BasicEnglish (en)
Business Mathematics6BasicEnglish (en)
Marketing6BasicEnglish (en)
Company Law6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Management Technologies3MandatoryEnglish (en)
Personal and Professional Skills6MandatoryEnglish (en)


Microeconomics II6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Macroeconomics II6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Taxation Systems6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Finance II6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Statistics I6BasicEnglish (en)
Financial Accounting II6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Strategic Management I6BasicEnglish (en)
Business Management6BasicEnglish (en)
Language6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Influence and Personal Impact6MandatoryEnglish (en)


Strategic Management II6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Production and Operations6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Statistics II6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Econometrics6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Cost Accounting6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Financial Management6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Commercial Management6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Human Resources Management3MandatoryEnglish (en)
Creativity and Innovation3MandatoryEnglish (en)
Entrepreneurial Leadership6MandatoryEnglish (en)
Internship I6External intershipsEnglish (en)


Internship II6External intershipsEnglish (en)
Internship III6External intershipsEnglish (en)
Final Degree Project12FDPEnglish (en)
Innovation Management6ElectiveEnglish (en)
Project Management6ElectiveEnglish (en)
Marketing Strategy6ElectiveEnglish (en)
Family-owned Business6ElectiveEnglish (en)
Business Workshop6ElectiveEnglish (en)
Financial Planning and Analysis6ElectiveEnglish (en)
Risk Management and Analysis6ElectiveEnglish (en)
Market Intelligence6ElectiveEnglish (en)
Business Simulation6ElectiveEnglish (en)
Brand Management6ElectiveEnglish (en)
Marketing Workshop6ElectiveEnglish (en)
Entrepreneurship Workshop6ElectiveEnglish (en)
E-Commerce6ElectiveEnglish (en)
Digital Workshop6ElectiveEnglish (en)
University Activities6ElectiveEnglish (en)

  • First course: course 2016-2017.
  • Second course: course 2016-2017.
  • Third course: course 2017-2018.
  • Fourth course: course 2017-2018.

175 (Villaviciosa) / 125 (Alcobendas)

Key competencies on this programme

Core competencies

  • CB1: Students should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding in an area of study that has its basis in general secondary education, and that, whilst supported by advanced textbooks, also includes some aspects that entail an acquaintance with the latest developments in their field of study.
  • CB2: Students should be able to apply their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional way and should possess the competencies usually demonstrated when preparing and defending arguments and resolving problems in their area of study.
  • CB3: Students should be able to gather and interpret relevant information (usually within their area of study) in order to make judgments that include a reflection on important aspects of a social, academic and ethical nature.
  • CB4: Students should be able to transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialized and non-specialized audiences.
  • CB5: Students should have developed the learning skills necessary to undertake further studies with a high degree of autonomy.
Cross-disciplinary competencies

  • CT1: Self-learning skills: ability to choose the strategies, tools and moments we consider most effective for learning and putting into practice independently what we have learned.
  • CT2: Self-confidence: ability to assess our own results, performance and capabilities with the inner conviction that we are capable of performing the tasks and meeting the challenges we are faced with.
  • CT3: Capacity to adapt to new situations: being able to assess and understand different positions, adapting one's approach as the situation requires.
  • CT4: Analysis and synthesis skills: being able to break down complex situations into their constituent parts, and to evaluate other alternatives and perspectives to find optimal solutions. Synthesis seeks to reduce complexity in order to better understand it and/or solve problems.
  • CT5: Capacity to apply knowledge: ability to use the knowledge acquired in the academic environment in situations as similar as possible to the reality of the profession we are preparing for.
  • CT6: Oral and written communication skills: ability to transmit and receive data, ideas, opinions and attitudes in order to gain understanding and act, oral communication being based on words and gestures, and written communication on text and/or graphic aids.
  • CT7: Ethical values: ability to think and act according to universal principles based on the value of the individual that seek full personal development and which entail a commitment to certain social values.
  • CT8: Information management: ability to find, select, analyze and integrate information from different sources.
  • CT9: Interpersonal skills: ability to engage positively with other people by verbal and non-verbal means, through assertive communication, meaning the ability to express or convey what we want, what we think or what we feel without upsetting, attacking or hurting the feelings of the other person.
  • CT10: Initiative and entrepreneurial spirit: ability to undertake difficult or hazardous actions with resolve. Ability to anticipate problems, suggest improvements and persevere in carrying them out. Preference for undertaking activities and seeing them through.
  • CT11: Planning and time management: ability to set goals and choose the means to achieve them, using time and resources effectively.
  • CT12: Critical reasoning: ability to analyze an idea, phenomenon or situation from different perspectives and take a personal approach to it, based on rigor and reasoned objectivity, and not on intuition.
  • CT13: Problem solving: ability to find a solution to a confusing issue or a complicated situation without a predefined solution, which makes it difficult to achieve a goal.
  • CT14: Innovation and creativity: ability to propose and develop new and original value-added solutions to problems, including from areas other than the one in which the problems usually arise.
  • CT15: Responsibility: ability to fulfill the commitments we make to ourselves and to others when performing a task and trying to achieve a set of goals within the learning process. Any individual’s ability to acknowledge and accept the consequences of a freely performed action.
  • CT16: Decision-making skills: ability to choose between existing alternatives or ways to effectively resolve different situations or problems.
  • CT17: Teamwork: ability to integrate and collaborate actively with other people, areas and/or organizations to achieve common goals.
  • CT18: Use of information and communication technologies (ICT): Ability to effectively use information and communication technologies as a tool for finding, processing and storing information, as well as for developing communication skills.
Specific competencies

  • CE1. Ability to know and understand the concept of enterprise and entrepreneur and their role in a market economy.
  • CE2. Ability to gather and interpret information in order to prepare and implement a strategic plan: external and internal strategic analysis; formulating, choosing and implementing corporate and competitive strategies and strategic control.
  • CE3. Ability to understand and analyze financial markets, their structure, agents and products.
  • CE4. Ability to define, apply and explain the general management process and identify its different phases: planning, organization, management and control.
  • CE5. Ability to analyze and evaluate a company’s competitive environment, pay special attention to the market and integrate this analysis when undertaking new challenges.
  • CE6. Ability to identify and understand the accounting area of a business, apply the different tools available for managing it, and know the main relationships with other departments.
  • CE7. Ability to identify and understand the human resources area of a business, apply the different tools available for managing it, and know the main relationships with other departments.
  • CE8. Ability to identify and understand the marketing area and the sales area of a business, apply the different tools available for managing them, and know the main relationships with other departments.
  • CE9. Ability to identify and understand the production area of a business, apply the different tools available for managing it, and know the main relationships with other departments.
  • CE10. Ability to analyze, integrate and evaluate the legal information necessary for decision making.
  • CE11. Ability to analyze, integrate and evaluate the socio-cultural information necessary for decision making.
  • CE12. Ability to analyze, integrate and evaluate the economic information necessary for decision making.
  • CE13. Ability to value and apply principles of social responsibility in business, paying special attention to environmental management, aimed at complying with current legislation and as a source of opportunities, to strengthen the corporate image and the production process.
  • CE14. Ability to communicate and negotiate effectively in the professional field of business administration.
  • CE15. Ability to identify and implement processes, systems and/or certifications that guarantee service and product quality.
  • CE16. Ability to understand and analyze consumer behavior: assess and predict behaviors and trends in the different audiences into which consumers are classified in relation to a certain product or service, both geographically and culturally or in terms of population segments.
  • CE17. Ability to identify the stages that make up the process of economic transactions generated by digital content: manage and evaluate a complete process of digital payments and collections, including all the agents involved, as well as aspects such as taxes and frequency of reporting and payments.
  • CE18. Knowledge of the tools available in the production management area, including planning, sales forecasts, inventory management and production process quality control.
  • CE19. Knowledge of statistical and econometric tools for analyzing economic and business variables.
  • CE20. Ability to select the best financial and tax planning alternative to be applied in the markets and companies where the activity is carried out, as well as to use the different tools available for managing it.
  • CE21. Ability to use the mathematical tools necessary for solving economic problems and basic methods of calculus, algebra and programming.
  • CE22. Ability to assess ethical business behavior and decisions, with respect for human rights, and the impact of productive activities on the environment both in the country of origin and in the different markets where the business operates.
  • CE23. Ability to recognize technological and innovation strategies, as well as technological analysis tools and the technological capabilities of a business as a means of growing, developing and improving its competitiveness.
  • CE24. Ability to integrate a company’s various budgets, relate them to standard technical and economic costs and analyze deviations.
  • CE25. Ability to develop and explain effectively the parts that make up a business plan in entrepreneurial processes, the sources of financing available for start-ups; select and use the various tools available to the entrepreneur: business canvas, pitch elevator, etc. in the different phases of the life cycle of the entrepreneurial process; and know the necessary steps involved the setting up a business.
  • CE26. Ability to practically and systematically carry out a consulting and research project based on experiential learning and focused on decision making related to entrepreneurial processes, to apply the knowledge and specific skills acquired in a rounded, multidisciplinary and inclusive way.
  • CE27. Ability to solve accounting problems and understand capital asset valuation criteria.
  • CE28. Ability to interpret the information provided by a company’s financial statements.
  • CE29. Ability to apply hedging strategies through the use of derivative products (futures, options, SWAPs, FRAs, foreign exchange insurance).
  • CE30. Ability to analyze and interpret the recording and valuation rules of the Spanish General Chart of Accounts and the International Financial Reporting Standards.

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Internship regulations

Internships are a key part of your training. Gaining experience after learning in your degree program is the best way to enter the job market. There are two types of Internships: curricular (included in your curriculum) and extracurricular (those completed voluntarily).

To take part in curricular internships in companies, you must have passed 50% of the credits and enrolled in the subject before beginning the internship. These internships are conducted with follow-up by the company and by the internship professor, as well as intermediate and final reports for assessment.

If you want to improve your work experience before finishing your university training, you can take part in extracurricular internships. You may do so in any year, but remember that internships are complementary to your studies, so the more knowledge you have acquired throughout your degree program, the better you will be able to take advantage of your internship experience.


Our students work at companies such as:

  • Leroy Merlin
  • Repsol
  • KIA
  • KPMG
  • Manos Unidas
  • Bankinter
  • Campofrío
  • Accenture
  • Llorente y Cuenca
  • McKinsey & Company
  • C&A Modas

Career Opportunities

Choosing to study a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management is a very attractive option due to the high rates of job placement, both in both private business and in civil service exam public positions. Graduates in this sector are also prone to start their own businesses, diversifying the job market and promoting the creation of new jobs.

  • Financial Management.
  • Human Resources Management.
  • Management.
  • Sales and Marketing Management.
  • New Businesses in all sectors.
  • Businesses in all sectors.
  • Tax Advisor.
  • Auditor/Accountant.
  • Human Resources Consultant.
  • Strategic Consultant.
  • Executive Positions in Marketing and Sales Agencies.
  • Local and Regional Administrations.
  • General State Administration.
  • Public Sector.
  • Private Sector.


Start your future at Universidad Europea

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Start your admissions process by calling (+34) 91 740 72 72 or request information and our advisors will contact you.


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Submit the necessary documentation to formalize your enrolment.

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We want to help you. If you want to study at the Universidad Europea, you will have at your disposal a wide selection of own and official scholarships.

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You don't have to continue in something you don't like. That's why we have designed specific plans for validations and school transfers. Request your online validation study to change your transcript and comment on your studies at Universidad Europea.

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The ideal profile for future students of the Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management:

  • Students interested in working in any area of the company, in any sector.
  • Working professionals who want to make a qualitative leap in their professional career.
  • Graduates in Higher Level Vocational Training Cycles.

You will be able to access the Degree in Business Administration through one of the following options:

  • Passing the University Entrance Exam, in accordance with current legislation.
  • Apt in the Entrance Exams for over 25 years old and over 45 years old.
  • Higher Technicians, Higher Technicians of Plastic Arts and Design and Higher Sports Technicians.
  • Graduates, Graduates, Technical Engineers, Engineers, Architects or Graduates.
  • Graduates of educational systems of member states of the European Union and other countries with which international agreements have been signed, in compliance with the provisions of the regulations in force.

Students from other countries and those who do not have an international agreement signed, must homologate their studies and take the university entrance exam(s) if required according to RD 412/2014.

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74% of our professors are highly prestigious PhDs in the area of teaching.

  • William Hongsong Wang
    Economic and Social Thought and Macroeconomics II
  • Eugenio Miguel Laguna
    Business Fundamentals and Business Management
    Professional merits:
    Regional Business Analyst at Enterasys Networks: Migration, Evaluation and Monitoring of the Financial Department of Spain and Portugal to Central Services in EMEA (Shannon)
    South EMEA Sales Operation Manager at Extreme Networks: Leadership, planning and control of KPI's. Implementation and monitoring of Sales Forecast and new Corporate Culture in the SEMEA Region
  • Asaf Levi
    Business Fundamentals and Finance I
  • Carmen Garrido
    Microeconomics I
  • Ayat Bakri
    Microeconomics I, Microeconomics II and Statistics I
    Ayat holds an MBA in finance with more than 7 years of teaching experience. She is currently a lecturer of economics at Universidad Europea de Madrid. She was a lecturer of economics, finance, and statistics at the Lebanese International University.
    Moreover, Ayat was the course coordinator of Microeconomics at the Lebanese International University across its 9 campuses.
  • Ángel Muñiz Mejuto
    Macroeconomics I
    Economist and PhD candidate in Economic History at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. He holds an MSc in Economics and an MSc in Social Sciences, both from the same university. His main research areas are related to Economic Theory, Economic History, and Institutional Economics, with a high training in Econometrics and mathematical economy.
  • Christian Schneider
    Finance I
    Prof. Schneider holds a PhD in economics, directed by Prof. Huerta de Soto at Rey Juan Carlos University Madrid. He has 10 years of experience in teaching finance, economics, science and language to people from all walks of life and academic backgrounds. His main research interests are thought experiments and agent-based modeling in finance and economics, and the history of economic thought.
  • Luis Fernando Gracia
    Financial Accounting I and Financial Accounting II
    PhD in Economics and Business. More than 15 years of teaching experience at different educational levels. Specialist in project management with a high international and relational component. He has a great experience as CEO of a family business.
  • Rafael Escalera Rivas
    Business Mathematics
    Mechanical Engineer from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (2008) and master in natural building from Universitat de Lleida (2014). His proffesional career has been always focused in involving students in their own education process. That is the reason why he is formed in coaching and NLP. He has a Youtube channel were he tauch physics and have just publish a book in november 2021 called "La flecha o cómo responder a la pregunta ¿Y tú qué quieres hacer con tu vida?"
  • David Garcia Nieto
    Business Mathematics
  • Gloria Morcillo García
    She completed her degree in marketing and advertising at the Faculty of Ciencias de la Información in Madrid. She also completed the PMD® - Program for Management Development - at ESADE. She has been teaching in different Universities and Business Schools in the areas of Marketing Management, Consumer Behaviour, Digital Marketing and Strategic Media Planning.
    Gloria has been working for more than 15 years in the Film Industry; eight years in Warner Bros. Entertainment Spain developing release strategies for big Franchises (Harry Potter, The Hobbit or DC Comics) as well as local productions. In 2016 she joined Diamond Films Spain as Marketing Director, coordinating strategies for the Latin American market and helping the Company to consolidate its position in Spain.
  • Óscar Molina Crivillen
    Management Technologies
    Prof. Molina has made his career in C-level positions for a few multinationals, SMEs and startups within Sales, Marketing and Technology functions. He has founded two companies and during the last ten years actively lecturing on Digital Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Technology for several Universities and Business Schools. Holds BS in Civil engineering, MBA & Digital Mkt degrees
  • Begoña Casas Sierra
    Personal and Professional Skills
    PhD Cum Laude in International Public Law and International Relations, ands a second PhD in Blue Economy and Sustainability. Executive MBA at ESADE Business School (Prized Talented Student), Master Degree in Tax Assessment for Professionals at IE Business School, Master Degree in European Union Law and European Policies at Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED). She provides professional experience working for different multinationals as Business Manager, Third-Sector Manager and various international organizations, such as the United Nations and the European Commission.
  • Ahmed Bakri
    Finance II
    PhD in Accounting and Finance. More than 14 years of teaching experience. He is currently an assistant professor of finance at Universidad Europea de Madrid and at Les Roches International Hotel Management School in the Executive Master’s program. He completed his PhD at the University of Dundee, Scotland, UK, and his MSc in International Finance from the same institution.
    Moreover, Ahmed was the Chairperson of the Banking and Finance department at the Lebanese International University across its 9 campuses.
    Ahmed has published different articles in journals on capital budgeting, financial markets, and portfolio theory. In the industrial sector, he worked as a financial analyst at Bimco Car Sales. Moreover, he is currently a consultant in the Real estate market.
  • Ramiro Gil Serrate
    Strategic Management I
    Ramiro, an economist by training, holds a PhD in Economics and has almost 20 years of teaching experience. He is currently an accredited professor of Economics and Management at Universidad Europea de Madrid and works as an external senior consultant in Economics and Strategy for Global Management Consulting Firms and Intergovernmental Economic Organizations. He completed his PhD in Economics at Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain, and his MSc in Economics and Finance (Real Estate) at London School of Economics, UK, where he also worked as a postdoctoral researcher and guest teacher for three years. His research interests lie in the area of Regional and Urban Economics, and he has published several papers in relevant journals in this area.
  • Almudena Rodriguez Tarodo
    Influence and Personal Impact
    PhD in Communication Sciences. Professor in Human Resources and Management Skills. Over 12 years of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching experience. 30 years of professional experience in Human Resources, Communication and Marketing with executive responsibilities at Banco Santander, Indra, Amadeus, Dircom and Ogilvy. She currently combines teaching with consulting.
  • William Hongsong Wang
    Economic and Social Thought and Macroeconomics II
    Dr. Wang received his Ph.D. degree in economics from the Complutense University of Madrid. He is also working as a Spanish think tank research manager. He has published dozens of research papers in prestigious and indexed scientific journals and actively participated in international academic and policy-making conferences. His research interests mainly include entrepreneurship, the history of economic thought, economic history, public policy, and environmental economics.
  • Asaf Levi
    Business Fundamentals and Finance I
    PhD degree in Physics and Master’s Degree in Modeling and Physics of Complex Systems from the Rey Juan Carlos University. Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Business Administration from Bar-Ilan University. He has published research papers in prestigious and indexed scientific journals. His research interests mainly include Complexity, Econophysics, Nonlinear dynamics and Chaos in the economy and Blockchain and Decentralized Finance (DeFi).
    Asaf coordinates the Digital Lab of the faculty and is the mentor professor of the Cryptoclub. He has also founded companies and worked as a director, consultant and analyst.
  • Andreu Bové
    Taxation Systems

Academic quality

As part of its strategy, the University has an internal quality plan whose objective is to promote a culture of quality and continuous improvement, and which allows it to face future challenges with the maximum guarantee of success. In this way, it is committed to promoting the achievement of external recognitions and accreditations, both nationally and internationally; the measurement and analysis of results; simplification in management; and the relationship with the external regulator.


Internal quality assurance system (SGIC)
Monitoring the quality of the degree

Members of the degree quality committee (CCT)

  • Undergraduate vice-dean
  • Degree Coordinator
  • Department Director
  • Students
  • Professors (Undergraduate Final Project Coordinator and Internship Coordinator)
  • Quality Partner (Quality and Academic Compliance)
  • Academic Advisor
  • Responsible of Learning Assesment
  • Academic Director
  • Online Tutor

Main degree results

  • Student satisfaction with the degree: 4.1
  • Faculty satisfaction with the degree: 4.0
  • Satisfaction of students with the faculty: 4.0
  • PAS satisfaction with the quality of the degrees of the Faculty/School: 4.0
University regulation

Frequently Asked Questions

A degree in business administration will equip you with a broad range of skills that can be applied to different roles in business, finance and management across various sectors. Having completed their degree at Universidad Europea, many of our graduates go on to enjoy success careers in roles such as:

  • Financial Management.
  • Human Resources Management.
  • Management.
  • Sales and Marketing Management.
  • Tax Advisor.
  • Auditor/Accountant.
  • Human Resources Consultant.
  • Strategic Consultant.
  • Executive Positions in Marketing and Sales Agencies.
  • Public service
  • Setting up their own business

The course programme for a degree in business administration will most likely be broad and enable you to develop knowledge of many areas of business management.

At Universidad Europea, our four-year business administration degree begins with a more general approach before allowing you to take subjects in areas that interest you most. Compulsory subjects include:

  • Economics and Social Thought
  • Company Law
  • Management Technologies
  • Financial Management
  • Human Resource Management

Subjects you can choose from include:

  • Marketing Strategy
  • Risk Management and Analysis
  • Innovation Management
  • Family-run business

In addition to studying the theory behind business management and administration, at Universidad Europea, we place great emphasis on experiential learning, meaning from day one we want you to get an insight into the real world. You’ll do this by working on real case studies and having opportunities to carry out work placements and internships throughout your studies.

An understanding of business management and administration is vital before embarking on a career in this area. However, apart from industry knowledge, to take on management roles, you will also need to have a number of soft skills.

As part of the Bachelor’s in Business Administration at Universidad Europea, you will work on skills such as:

  • Communication
  • Time management and organisation
  • Teamwork
  • Leadership
  • Problem solving
  • Attention to detail
  • People management

Many universities offer degrees in business administration, but in Spain, Universidad Europea is one of the best options for you. This is for many reasons, including:

  • Experiential learning: You’ll take part in more than 400 hours of work placements and internships, look at real case studies - and provide solutions, and have access to facilities such as our Consulting Lab, where you exchange ideas with business experts and our leading faculty members.
  • Top class faculty: Our faculty is made up of experts in their areas of specialisation, and all working professionals at the same time.
  • International opportunities: The university has agreements with more than 100 other institutions around the world, allowing you the chance to study in the US, Europe or Asia.

Leading facilities: Our campus boasts some of the best facilities of any university campus in Spain, including a Consulting Lab, state-of-the-art classrooms and IT rooms with the latest technology, and more.