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Global College Malta

BA in Management

Course Overview

3 Years

180 ECTS

From €3,750/yr

March, May and October

The course will use a mixture of formal and informal methods of teaching and learning.  Considerable input from students is planned through interactive lectures, case study analysis, group discussions and presentations.  Theoretical concepts will be delivered in a lecture format followed by smaller group seminars based on real-life case studies drawn from different business areas.  Such discussions and interactive sessions will encourage students to examine their own assumptions critically, self-learning and thought processes. Students will be guided to key texts, references and on-line sources of information. The focus is on student-centered learning throughout the course.

Global College Malta recognises the need to support this shift to student-centered learning via their learning and teaching strategies. There are four key strategies followed to support the shift to directed self-study learning: enhancing student learning, reshaping the learning environment, implementation of academic enhancement courses and developing staff towards this direction.

Objectives

By the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Develop understanding, knowledge and subject skills relating to the principles and practices of modern business management.
  • Develop subject interests by allowing access to a range of specialist modules in management.
  • Gain a firm foundation, through the course’s structure in Year One, to the crucial areas of accountancy and finance, economics and management.
  • Encourage intellectual curiosity that will contribute to the continuing professional development of an effective manager.
  • Produce graduates who are capable of operating in a multi-disciplined environment and in a variety of sectors and functions.
  • Communicate effectively (both orally and in writing) their ideas and recommendations.
  • Analyse, interpret and make decisions based on facts and information.
  • To interpret accounts and have a core grasp of management accounting.
  • Work in teams and groups effectively.
  • Problem-solving.
  • To have developed (by the end of the course) core management skills (marketing, HRM, strategy, statistics) which will be effective when the student enters the work environment.
  • To have developed effective research skills that can help the student when they enter the business world.

Career Prospects

Students who successfully complete the BA in Management would have acquired various transferrable skills that can be utilised in various sectors, be it in privately-owned companies or in the public sector. Students who fulfill their undergraduate degree in business and management can aspire to progress in employment in the areas of accountancy, advertising, investment and financial services, general management, management consultancy, public relations, sales, and retail management amongst others. 

Awarding Body

Global College Malta

Global College Malta is a European accredited Higher Educational Institution. All courses awarded by Global College Malta are European accredited and are validated by the Malta Further and Higher Education Authority – MFHEA Malta

Duration

3 Years

EQF/ MQF Level

6 – (European/ Malta Qualifications Framework)

ECTS

To be awarded the BA in Management, students are required to achieve 180 ECTS, successfully completing all the modules

 

Modules

Module Code

Module Title

ECTS

BAM 101

Foundations of Management

15

BAM 102

Economics

15

BAM 103

Accountancy and Finance

15

BAM 104

Quantitative Methods and Research

15

BAM 201

Organisational Behaviour and HRM

15

BAM 202

Marketing Management

15

BAM 203

Strategic Management

15

BAM 204

Enterprise for Managers

15

BAM 301

International Management

15

BAM 302

Supply Chain Management

15

BAM 303

Research Methods

10

BAM 304

Dissertation

20

 

During each semester students will be covering 2 modules. This means that in one year students will cover 4 modules of 15ECTS each. The dissertation carries 20 ECTS.

Mode of Study

Evening Classes

Assessment

Students’ knowledge will be assessed through various assessment methods.

Study Material

All students will have access to EBSCO, the world’s largest online library, Moodle for class notes and Turnitin for the upload of assignments. 

Entry to the course

Applicants will normally be expected to hold school-leaving qualifications. However, applications are also welcome from those with non-standard entry qualifications and relevant work experience. Students are advised to forward their CV to GCM for us to evaluate the candidates’ eligibility for the course.

Fees and Funding

EU Students*:

  • Year 1: €3750
  • Year 2: €3750
  • Year 3: €4000

*This course is eligible for the Get Qualified Scheme. Students can get 70% of their tuition fees back upon successful completion of this course.

International Students: €4750 per year

Application Fee: €250

Registration Fee: €250

Administration Fee: €250 per year

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