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Digital Learning: The Benefits of An Online Bachelor’s Program

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A bachelor’s degree can help create the perfect springboard for your business career. Providing a comprehensive overview of essential skills and information, a bachelor’s program allows you to explore which areas of the business world spark your interests, helping you discover where your talents can be applied in an innovative manner.

Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in person may not be the most suitable solution for everyone, however. Work and childcare commitments can leave little time free for attending classes, and moving to a different country for an institution may not be practical or possible for those who wish to study. EU Business School’s Digital Campus provides an ideal solution for students in search of a more flexible learning experience.

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EU offers three bachelor’s programs via its digital learning platform, all of which are available as six and seven-semester formats.

The BBA in Business Administration comprises a solid foundation in essential business skills, including management, finance and accounting, and cross-cultural networking and negotiation techniques. Ensuring a full understanding of a wide range of business concepts, the Business Administration program prepares students to enter the business world at any access point of their choosing. opening doors to positions that range from banking to human resources, the program is also suitable for those who are drawn to work within less traditional sectors, such as education, healthcare and non-governmental organizations.

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Sports Management is a popular and highly-competitive career choice for many athletically inclined entrepreneurs. The BA in Sports Management program at EU combines corporate and cultural learning, exploring how sport influences political, financial and social spheres. Students cover specialist subjects such as sponsorship and broadcasting in order to prepare for the unique challenges and opportunities that the field presents.

Strong relationships form the core of successful business ventures. EU’s BA in International Relations provides students with multicontextual management and economic knowledge, teaching them how to adapt and apply conflict mediation measures to a fluctuating cross-cultural business environment. The development of creative and ethical thinking processes is a key outcome of this transnational career course.

Some bachelor’s students may feel concerned that a digital program means missing out on the social aspects of a degree, such as meeting in person with peers and professors. EU Business School is aware of how important these connections are and offers On-Campus Week to all students studying their programs through the Digital Campus. This fantastic opportunity allows students to discuss business, network and simply relax and enjoy time together at our stunning campuses in Barcelona, Geneva and Munich. The Digital Campus truly is the best of both worlds!

As with EU’s onsite programs, the digital format connects students from across multiple countries, creating a wholly international classroom. The sharing of cultures marks a key component in preparation for a business career at the global level.

To learn more about the Digital Campus bachelor’s programs starting in Fall 2022, visit EU’s website.

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