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University of London Study Programmes

BACHELOR´S DEGREE PROGRAMMES

Study at the ERUNI - University of London Recognised Teaching Centre

European Research University is proud to be one of the University of London’s Recognised Teaching Centres, bringing its prestigious education to a local level worldwide. Studying through the RTC provides a unique learning opportunity that combines the best of online and face-to-face learning. As part of a global network of RTCs, ERUNI offers its students the support of a traditional university environment and facilities, the chance to network, make friends, become a community member, and participate not only in classes but also in numerous extracurricular activities. At the same time, we enable students to benefit from full-time studies based on modern didactic methods, which convey not only knowledge but also essential skills that cannot be acquired through online learning, ensuring graduates’ employability in further studies or professional life. We are here for all students who desire a prestigious UoL education, have the motivation to learn and succeed, but cannot travel for their education for various reasons.

BACHELOR´S DEGREE PROGRAMMES

BSc Business Administration

Business Administration is a broad-based academic subject and a field of study with practical implications offering the chance to develop related personal and technical skills. The aim of a programme in Business Administration and Management is not to produce students who are fully-fledged managers, since this can only occur with genuine management experience. The curriculum is based around a progressive ‘spine’ of mandatory modules, which reflect the variety of perspectives (institutional, comparative, international, critical and strategic) that inform an understanding of Business Administration and Management. The degree structures are progressive, allowing students to move from Stage 1 modules to more critical or specialist modules.

A range of modules is offered to ensure that students appreciate the diverse, interdisciplinary nature of management and also gain or reinforce a range of conceptual, technical, quantitative and personal skills.

Stage 1 provides a foundation for advanced and independent study through establishing a common platform of essential knowledge and skills.

Stage 2 provides students with a range of opportunities to build upon their foundation knowledge and develop their independent learning and a rigorous approach in the study of management.

Stage 3 provides students with a range of opportunities to further advance their critical study of key management functions, their role within organisations, and their relationship to overall strategic management.

There are 4 different pathways that students can choose for their specialisation within the degree programme:

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – General pathway
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Marketing pathway
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Human Resource Management pathway
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – International Business pathway

Admissions

Please note that applicants are subject to the University of London’s admissions policy. The RTC admissions policy for 2025/2026 will be published well in advance. Admissions at the ERUNI are governed by the University’s internal regulations, which are available on the Official Desk.

Fees

Please note that there is a charge for RTC support over and above the fees associated with studying at the University of London. The level of these fees for 2025/2026 will be published well in advance. The ERUNI’s fee policy is governed by the University’s internal regulations, which are available on the Official Desk.