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Bachelor Business Management – become a management professional – flexible alongside your job!

Degree: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Business Management

Application deadline: 10.10.2021 |  Start of studies: 15.11.2021

  • 3 years study duration
  • Flexible study alongside your job
  • No numerus clausus
  • Internationally recognised Bachelor
  • Real industry experts as lecturers
  • Strong practical relevance of the course content
  • Subsequent courses of study (e.g. Master)

With our undergraduate bachelor’s programs, we address those interested who meet the formal entry requirements and want to study a degree from scratch.

The  advantages of the block format and the serial structure of  the course make it possible to concentrate on one module at a time. This focus in connection with the blended learning principle provides optimal conditions for those who want to combine their studies with professional obligations.

The bachelor’s program was developed according to the current professional standards and covers all relevant aspects of management . We attach particular importance to the competences of our graduates. In the presence phases, work is mainly carried out on specific practical tasks and on complex case studies.

Do you like to take on management tasks or control project management? Do you have organizational skills and do you have initial business skills? It is precisely these characteristics and skills that are developed in the Management course at the Triagon Academy.

You will deepen your knowledge with us, for example in financial management and corporate law, as well as in strategic corporate management. With the right soft skills, you will take on management tasks after graduation, analyze the market and competition, and evaluate and control the company’s success.

Have you already completed a commercial apprenticeship  and want to add a bachelor’s degree? Then you are exactly right with us! Use our shortened program in business management . Because we recognize your professional training and other suitable preliminary work, you can acquire your bachelor’s degree in just 1 year . In addition, our blended learning format enables you  to work alongside your studies (e.g. as part of a dual study program).

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Overview of the B.Sc. in Business Management

Duration of study:6 semesters (3 years)
European Credit Transfer:180 ECTS points
Study model:Combine your studies with work Full-time
Learning Format:

Online/blended learning format:

  • Online (with both synchronous and asynchronous) e-learning  via our learning platform. Students may also opt to carry out traditional onsite study for specific modules containing a practical-oriented component.
Specialisations:Accounting & Finance, Business & Technology, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Human Resource Management
Campus LocationsMalta: Luqa
Germany: Ismaning (near Munich), Berlin, Unna (near Cologne)
Switzerland: Berne
Austria: Vienna
Ghana: Accra
Quality Assurance:Internationally accredited  by the MFHEA (Malta Further and Higher Education Authority)
Further Study:Master’s Leadership and Strategic Management (M.Sc.) / Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Business Management: what is it about?

In this bachelor’s degree we train you to become a strategic company manager. You have the opportunity to deepen your knowledge of human resources, organization and accounting. You will also be able to expand your knowledge in marketing and management in student papers and projects. You will gain knowledge in areas such as strategic marketing, human resource management and finance.

You can learn how to achieve sales success through skillful brand management and how to improve company processes and functions with solid planning.

Expert Opinion

“Our study concepts are based on the special requirements of working practitioners and managers. The personal development of the students is promoted through the application of theoretical knowledge and methods in their own professional practice. In addition, there are elements of modern management development such as the use of selected learning and reflection techniques. The course at the School of Management & Law stands for manager training at an internationally high level.”
 Amadeus Werner, B.A., M.Ed.

Expert Opinion

“Our study concepts are based on the special requirements of working practitioners and managers. The personal development of the students is promoted through the application of theoretical knowledge and methods in their own professional practice. In addition, there are elements of modern management development such as the use of selected learning and reflection techniques. The course at the School of Management & Law stands for manager training at an internationally high level. “
Amadeus Werner, B.A., M.Ed.

Recognition and Accreditation of the Study Programme

This programme is accredited by the Maltese Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA) at level 6 of the Malta National Qualification Framework and the European Qualification Framework for Life Long Learning.

Triagon Academy is accredited (and licensed) as a Higher Education Insitution (License Number: 2018-021) by the Maltese Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA) and is authorised to provide academic programmes at levels 6 (Bachelor), 7 (Master) and 8 (Doctorate).

Bachelor’s degree with a flexible mix of online and face-to-face!

Our innovative blended learning concept explained in one sentence: Just as flexible as you!
This is what awaits you:

  • Online learning platform for your self-study
  • Attendance phases on the weekend
  • Expert workshops
  • Case study-based learning
  • Own project work

Do you have any questions?  Then contact our student advisory service  – we will be happy to help!

You can easily complete our studies alongside your job. Whether or not you work during your studies is up to you. This is not relevant for your enrollment.

Sample schedule for the third year of study “Study Management in Blended Learning Format”

Outstanding features of our innovative learning concept::

  • Combination of the advantages of distance learning and face-to-face study:
    At the TRIAGON Academy you study in the blended learning format. Here, the specific advantages of online studies (independent of time and location) are combined with those of face-to-face studies (social contact including mutual exchange).
  • Multimedia documents for all types of learners:
    The multimedia learning materials (video lectures, online tutorials, online tests, lecture slides with audio, PDF guides) on the learning platform enable you to learn efficiently, as all types of learners are addressed in this way.
  • Better learning progress by studying in the block model:
    You first complete one course module before the next module starts. This allows you to focus on a one topic.
  • Case study-based learning for increased practical skills:
    Our project -based learning approach is characterized by a pronounced practical orientation of the course content . We offer you the opportunity to link study and project work with your profession / workplace.

Here you can find further information on the TRIAGON study concept.

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Course of studies and course content in Bachelor Management

In the first two years you will mainly complete basic subjects in business administration and management.

In the twelve months of the third year of study, you will go through seven modules one after the other. The first six modules have a duration of around four weeks and each correspond to 6 ECTS points. At the end of your studies, you will write your bachelor thesis.

The course comprises a total of 180 ECTS points.

This program has a different specialisation, depending on what area you wish to advance/specialise in.

Your modules in the Business Management course:

0. Overall Course Objectives

Knowledge

By the end of this course, students are expected to demonstrate advanced knowledge in the field of Business Management involving a critical understanding of the theories and principles underpinning the course. Knowledge gained will entail:

  • Knowledge that builds upon advanced work or studies involving a critical general education and typically includes understanding of theoretical aspects that is at the forefront of Business Management and in the chosen specialisations;
  • The understanding and evaluation of a wide range of theories and conceptual frameworks from the major disciplines relevant to Business Management;
  • Analysis general Business Management related areas of study as well as the more specialised and contemporary issues including entrepreneurship, leadership, innovation, sustainability, governance, ethics, diversity and globalisation;
  • Explanation of how management procedures and processes allow for effective decision-making against different objectives;
  • Assessing the impact of the external environment (national and international) in the context of Business Management, including economic, ethical, legal, political, sociological and technological influences;
  • Analysis of contemporary business management issues and formulate solutions to identified problems in a clear and coherent research plan

Skills

Students are expected to acquire advanced skills demonstrating mastery and innovation required to solve complex and unpredictable problems in the field of business management. Skills acquisition include:

  • Produce and analyse appropriate information from a variety of sources. Specifically, to use IT to access sources of information and to work with discipline based software programmes;
  • Conduct general business analysis using a variety of theoretical tools;
  • Search, handle and interpret relevant information in the analysis of the operations of modern business environments;
  • Communicate complex ideas, principles, theories and analysis through visual, written and oral expositions;
  • Design, plan organise and deliver an individual research project and demonstrate knowledge of appropriate business research methodology;
  • Gain real world business experience and apply developed skills for the purpose of future career planning.
  • Develop personal skills including skills in study, problem-solving, working with others, independent learning, self-awareness, self-management, self-presentation and decision-making;
  • Interpret and critically analyse business problems in order to produce solutions which demonstrate an evaluation of the impact of ethical issues and cultural diversity;

Competencies

By the end of the course students will be able to

  • demonstrate competencies in administrative design, resource and team management and present responsiblity for work contexts that are unpredictable and require that complex problems are solved;
  • show creativity and initiative in developing projects in management processes, manage and train people to develop team performance
  • manage complex professional activities or projects;
  • take responsibility for decision-making in unpredictable work or study contexts;
  • take responsibility for managing professional development of individuals and groups
  • use those learning skills that are necessary to continue to undertake further studies with a high degree of autonomy

1. Introduction to Modern Management

Business in this modern times have become increasingly complex due to the ever changing nature of the job environment. What this implies is that there is the need for managers to be equipped with the key state of the art knowledge about managing especially in a complex environment.

This course seeks to enable participants understand and appreciate the role of management in modern times, assess how they affect the overall performance of organization and equip students with the necessary knowledge about people management.

Themenübersicht:

  • Einführung in die Betriebswirtschaft
  • Unternehmensfunktionen
  • Grundlagen Unternehmensführung

Assessment: Written Report (100%)

2. Human Resource Management

The success of an organization depends on the capacities and capabilities of its personnel. Unless an organization devotes enough resources on the development of its human resource, it would not get the required output from its personnel. The quality of the organization‘s employees, their enthusiasm and satisfaction with their jobs, and their sense of fair treatment all impact the firm’s productivity, level of customer service, reputation, and survival.

In short, people make the difference (Gomez-Mejia, Balkin and Cardy, 1998). An organization’s commitment to the development of human resource has to be reflected in its policies, procedures, practices, customs and ideals.

Assessment: Group Work (100%)

3. Accounting and Finance

Any organization that deals with money or money’s worth needs to record every transaction that it enters into. Finance is the analysis of decision problems involving the allocation of resources over time in a world of uncertainty. It encompasses all business enterprises. To understand finance, you must know about the entire business, indeed the entire economy.

The sessions in this course give a complete understanding, right from scratch to preparation and analysis of financial statements and teach the basic legal and planning elements used in practical international tax planning.

Further participants will understand the framework for analyzing the major types of investment and financial decisions made by corporations. Capital budgeting techniques, working capital management, capital structure and dividend decisions of entities, short and long-term financing, mergers and acquisitions and the use of derivatives and options for risk management will be discussed.

Assessment: Written examination based on key criteria and relevant concepts, within 3 hours

4. Economics

We live in a world that presents us with great opportunity – and hard choices. Economics, as the study of choice under scarcity, is important to each of us, whether we study it formally or not. Knowledge of basic economics drives an understanding of the behavior of all economic agents and how the economy as a whole works. This course is an introduction to the principles of economics.

In this course, you will learn how these ways of thinking can help you to see the world with fresh insight. You will see new perspectives on the important public policy issues of our day. You will also see how you can make better informed choices about your own business life. The object will not be to memorize a set of conclusions, but rather to learn ways of approaching the problems of the material world.

Assessment: Written examination based on key criteria and relevant concepts, within 3 hours

5. Business Mathematics

Current demands of the world of business has made it critical for firms to analyse huge sums of data and further make institutional decisions based on them. What this implies for educational institutions is that students would need not just to appreciate the relevance of big data to organizations but to also practically received a hands-on training in that regard.

This course is designed to equip students with the necessary skills in quantitative data analysis in the field of business and statistics. This course is design to enable students develop their analytical prowess and analyse complex situations using figures.

Assessment: Written examination based on key criteria and relevant concepts, within 3 hours

6. Organizational Design & Change Management

This module is developed to enable students appreciate the relevance of change within organizations due to the dynamics of the external environment businesses will have to deal with. The module further equips students with the necessary skills in creating an organizational atmosphere that is enabling enough to accomplish organizational goals and objectives. Furthermore, the module also seeks to bring to the awareness of students, how organizational designs are key to determining overall organizational success.

Assessment: Project paper (100%) based on relevant organisational projects and cases. A 4000 – 5000 words report is required

7. Marketing

Every organizations sells or buys in one form or another. Thus marketing serves as an integral part of the core business of every organization. This module is design to enable students develop a marketing perspective towards organizational processes and further appreciate the role customers play in the longevity of every organization.

Assessment: Research Paper (60%) 3000 – 3500 words, Presentation 15 Mins (40%)

8. Communication and Presentation

Communication is considered as a key factors in determining several organizational outcomes. Right from how a vision is communicated, how plans are decided on and how employees are motivated, communication plays a very key role. The purpose of this module is to equip students with the required communication skills and competence to carefully understand how several cues affects overall corporate presentations.

Assessment: Group Work (60%), Presentation 15 Mins (40%).

9. Managerial Accounting & Controlling

Management Accounting seeks to establish value for the organization by way of managing resources, activities and individuals to achieve the organization’s goals. Management accounting systems can be effective tools that will be used in providing information that is needful in making decisions at all levels in the organization.

This course offers an introduction to the basics of management accounting. Topics include cost accounting terminology, job costing, process costing, activity-based costing, activity-based management, cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting, standard costing, variance analysis, responsibility accounting, variable costing, transfer pricing, and decision making.

Assessment: Written examination based on key criteria and relevant concepts, within 3hours

10. Business Law

Rules of law govern many aspects of business. A deep understanding of legal rules and ethics provide a framework for making accurate business decisions, speeds up commercial transactions, and enhances order in the marketplace.

This course focuses on the organization and operation of the European legal system, legal rules and ethical constraints that impact business, and the practical application of these rules and constraints to real-world situations. Emphasis lies on analytical problem solving and ethical decision-making.

Assessment: Written examination based on key criteria and relevant concepts, within 2hours

11. Organizational Behavior

The field of organizational behavior (OB) is about understanding how people and groups in organizations behave, react, and interpret events. It also describes the role of organizational systems, structures, and processes in shaping behavior, and explains how organizations really work. OB provides a foundation for the effective management of people in organizations. Because it explains how organizations work from individual motivation to team dynamics to organizational structure, knowing about OB is essential to being effective at all organizational levels. Because an organization’s people are responsible for gaining and keeping a competitive advantage, understanding how to mobilize and motivate employees is critical to organizational performance. Businesses excel when employees understand how their behaviors influence an organization’s performance and enable strategy execution, and when they are led effectively and are motivated to do their best. Understanding and practicing OB concepts is critical to understanding organizations and gives individuals, managers, and organizations the skills and tools they need to be effective

Assessment: Group Work (100%)

12. Taxation

This course examines tax principles with specific application to business tax planning and operations. The course will examine tax effects resulting from formation, operation, and liquidation of a corporation.

Topics include tax deductions and credits, tax deferral, income splitting. Capital gains and losses, investments, charitable donations, collections, tax for employees, self-employment, automobile deductions, corporate taxes, business taxes.

With examples, instructions and current business financial information and data, students will manifest through discussions and practical tasks, their ability to comprehend and apply the basic concepts and principles required to evaluate, and implement effective general tax planning techniques as part of an overall business plan.

Assessment: Written examination (100%) based on key criteria and relevant concepts, within 3 hours

13. Work Related Learning in Management I

The module enables students to undertake an appropriate period of professional activity, related to their course at level 6, with a business or community organization and to gain credit for their achievements. The activity can be a professional training, volunteering activity, employment activity, placement, or business start-up activity.

It is expected student should demonstrate 240 learning hours which should be recorded clearly (in a learning log for instance) in the portfolio. The 240 hours can be completed in 40 working days in a full time mode.

Students should register with the module leader to be briefed on the module, undergo induction and work related learning planning and to have the Work Related Learning plan approved before taking up the opportunity. It is essential that students are made aware that both the “Work Related Learning agreement” and relevant “health and safety checklist” where applicable need to be approved before starting the placement. Please note that “health and safety checklist” is relevant if students carry out learning activities externally.

Assessment: Learning portfolio with evidence: The portfolio (3500 words)-75%, Presentation-25%

14. Strategic Management

Great business are built and established based on pragmatic ideas and concepts that shapes the life of the organization right from the onset. Such ideas need not just look at the present but assess issues from a long term perspective. This module has been designed to enable students have a more strategic view towards organizational issues and hence be able develop managerial objectives that shape the directions of organizations.

Assessment: Group Work (100%)

15. Leadership & Ethics

Leadership as an organizational concept has received much attention both in theory and practice. This is because everything rises or falls based on leadership. Ethics on the other hand serves as the behavior that carves and expresses good or bad leadership.

This module has been designed to enable students appreciate the various theories or perspectives of leadership and thereby appreciating how these affects employee outcomes. The module further trains students to ascertain the relevance of ethics in the world of business and how it affects organizational outcomes.

Assessment: Project Report (100%) on relevant organisational projects with 4000 – 5000 words.

16. Corporate Culture and Team development

The course aims to provide insight into and understanding of the importance of culture and team development in organizations, as a theoretical concept and empirical phenomenon.

For some time, it has been recognized that cultures, or at least cultural phenomena, develop in organizations. These cultures significantly affect the ways organizations work, and the ways work is carried out in organizations and in teams. In the course, students learn to use and understand important cultural perspectives, concepts and analytical tools as well as the dynamics of team development.

Assessment: Group Work (100%)

17. Work Related Learning in Management II

The module enables students to undertake an appropriate period of professional activity, related to their course at level 6, with a business or community organization and to gain credit for their achievements. The activity can be a professional training, volunteering activity, employment activity, placement, or business start-up activity.

It is expected student should demonstrate 240 learning hours which should be recorded clearly (in a learning log for instance) in the portfolio. The 240 hours can be completed in 40 working days in a full time mode.

Students should register with the module leader to be briefed on the module, undergo induction and work related learning planning and to have the Work Related Learning plan approved before taking up the opportunity. It is essential that students are made aware that both the “Work Related Learning agreement” and relevant “health and safety checklist” where applicable need to be approved before starting the placement. Please note that “health and safety checklist” is relevant if students carry out learning activities externally.

Assessment: Learning Portfolio 5000 words, Presentation 15 Mins.

18. Case Studies in Applied Management

A critical component in the contemporary organization requires leaders to exhibit exceptional leadership and management skills. A diverse workforce contributes to the complexity of every organization. Organizational leaders are also expected to effectively manage this diversity using the best evidence available.

This course will introduce participants to a variety of organizations, methods, and processes that have demonstrated best practices in recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce. These will include Diversity Management practices that are effective at meeting the needs of clients, employees, managers, and the organization.

In addition, the course will help each student to gather a personal understanding of his/her own biases and assumptions that can help or hinder the process of creating an open and inclusive work environment.

Assessment: Group Work (100%)

19. Applied Research Methods

Research allow scholars to make sense of the social world, to discover why people think and act like they do and how important institutions act. The main purpose of this seminar is to provide participants with a broad introduction to the methodological foundations and tools of research. Further a secondary purpose is to convince participants that the process of scientific discovery can be fun. Most of this seminar will focus on the fundamentals of quantitative social science and applied research as well as explore qualitative research. Seminar participants will learn how to identify problems to study, develop hypotheses and research questions, specify independent and dependent variables, check for the validity and reliability of studies and design research projects. The course will develop practical skills for c statistical analysis (Descriptive statistics: mean, median, standard deviation, t-tests, Anova, Correlation, and Regressions) as well as the statistical software (SPSS).

Assessment: Research Report (100%) on relevant organisational projects and cases a 4000 to 5000 words report is required

20. Journal Club

Journal clubs are educational meetings where individuals meet regularly to critically evaluate recent articles in the scientific literature. They have often been cited as a bridge between research and practice, as they encourage the application of research in management and business practice.

The key goal of the journal club is to share texts, review literature and discuss current literature and development of skills for evaluating business management literature. The ultimate goal of a journal club is to improve core business competencies by incorporating research findings into practice, stay current and improve critical appraisal of literature (Lee et al, 2006)

This seminar will give students the opportunity to form small to medium size groups for journal review purposes. The rationale is to equip students with the requisite skills in the analysis and synthesis of journal articles. Students will be presented with diverse emerging and contemporary organizational management related issues for review and presentations

Assessment: Group Work (100%)

21-23. Specialisation Areas

Specialisation Areas: Accounting and FinanceBusiness and Technology Logistik und Supply Chain ManagementHuman Ressource Management
Modul 21:Annual of Financial StatementsProduction and Manufacturing TechnologySupply Chain and Logistics Management ConceptsHuman Resource Recruitment and Development
AssessmentGroup Work (100%)Project Report (100%) on relevant organisational projectsWritten examination (100%) based on key criteria and relevant concepts, within 3hoursResearch Paper (60%) with 3000 – 3500 words and a Presentation (40%)
Modul 22:International AccountingQuality Management and CertificationPurchasing, inventory and warehouse managementInstruments of Human Resource Management
AssessmentWritten examination (100%) based on key criteria and relevant concepts, within 3hoursResearch Paper (60%) 3000 – 3500 words, Presentation 15 Mins (40%)Written examination (100%) based on key criteria and relevant concepts, within 3hoursProject Report (100%) on relevant organisational projects with 4000 – 5000 words
Modul 23:Financial ManagementResearch and development managementTechnology Applications in Logistics and Supply ChainLabour Law
AssessmentWritten examination (100%) based on key criteria and relevant concepts, within 3hoursProject Report (100%) with 4000 – 5000 wordsResearch Paper (100%) with 4000 – 5000 wordsWritten examination (100%) based on key criteria and relevant concepts, within 3hours

24. Business Research Methods

Research methods enables individuals to appreciate the world we find ourselves in by understanding situations and how they come by. This module has been developed to equip students with practical research skills, develop their quantitative and qualitative analytical skills as well as appreciate the role of theory in our modern world.

The module is also designed to enable students determine how hypothesises are formed and how proper data collection affects the findings of a particular project.

Assessment: Project Report (100%) on relevant organisational projects and cases with 4000 – 5000 words

25. Dissertation in Management

The module is framed in terms of a dissertation. The student undertakes an enquiry into a topic of his or her own choice and, based on this enquiry, develops an extended critical study. The module involves individual supervision designed to support the student’s ambitions and confidence in becoming an independent learner, building on techniques and knowledge developed in previous years, and providing scope for initiative and development. The dissertation demonstrates the student’s ability to thoroughly research a topic, use appropriate methods of investigation, and work methodically and productively.

The subject matter of the dissertation can be practical, theoretical, technical, or historical, should be closely related to the student’s main field of study and be complimentary to their practice. In case the Student creates a practical work, it should be brought into academic scientific context which is further elaborated in the written assessment. The dissertation may be professionally oriented and include field-work; or it might be academic and theoretical in its source material and methodology. Its form and approach can reflect a broad range of discipline-specific approaches based on discussion and agreement with the supervisor and/or course leader.

Students may develop their topic independently or, as an option, within a specific dissertation Interest or Subject Group.

Assessment: Part draft dissertation (Presentation) 15 min./ dissertation with a minimum of 12,000 words

Study locations

Triagon offers all degree programs in Malta. In addition, other Triagon locations are strategically distributed throughout the GAS region and thus enable optimal access to our educational offers regardless of where you live. This means that travel times can be minimized and the effort involved in studying can be reduced. In Germany we currently operate campuses in Bavaria , North Rhine-Westphalia, Berlin, Hamburg, Hesse and Baden-Württemberg , in Austria we have a location in Vienna.

Our locations have free WiFi , modern multimedia equipment , bright seminar rooms for small to medium-sized groups, and some have their own catering and accommodation options .

Find out more about the Triagon study centers using the following links:

 

Target group and personal requirements

Good managers are characterized by considered actions, composure, self-confidence and ambition. Furthermore, in addition to a strategic mindset, business managers should be able to handle numbers very well and think analytically. Basic business knowledge is a must.

If you have a different professional qualification or work experience,   simply contact us  – we will advise you individually.

The Triagon Academy offers you a flexible study model that takes many life situations into account. For example:

The Triagon has set itself the goal of enabling as many people as possible to study. The flexible study model offers many opportunities for different life situations:

Other helpful properties would be:

  • Team and communication skills
  • Organizational and managerial talent
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Good English knowledge
  • Enthusiasm for advising customers and companies

Management Job Description.

What are the work opportunities for managers?

Budding managers are spoiled for choice when it comes to a professional field for their work. The generalist training opens doors in many areas. The classic employers include large corporations, medium-sized companies, banks, insurance companies and industry. Responsible positions can be found in all sectors such as the automotive industry, aviation industry, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, energy companies and construction companies. In addition, business managers are also used in administration and in NPOs such as employers’ liability insurance associations, associations and clubs.

 

What tasks do managers take on?

The field of activity of managers is very broad. Essentially, our graduates take care of strategic corporate management and the control of processes in organizations.

There are also the following activities:

  • Human resource management
  • Business consulting
  • Controlling
  • Marketing
  • Financial management
  • Logistics planning
  • Personnel controlling
  • Accounting
  • Supply chain management

 

What are the future prospects for managers?

With a degree in management, you have very good career prospects after graduation. The opportunities for advancement are enormous and your generalist training means that you are a highly sought-after specialist on the job market. After a short time you will be able to work on a middle management level. The Bachelor’s degree in Business Management gives you the skills you need to work, for example, as a team leader, department head or management assistant, or to strive for independence.

 

What do managers earn?

In most cases you will start your career as a junior manager. With your degree in your pocket and increasing professional experience, you will soon be able to earn up to 3,500 euros gross. For the top business managers, the range is significantly higher: up to 10,500 euros is possible. If you later develop a career with a large international company, you may be able to earn even more. As a business manager, you are in principle always in a very good salary class.

Admission requirements

Applicants must satisfy the General Entry Requirements for admission, namely, the Matriculation Certificate and Secondary Education Certificate passes at Grade 5 or better in English Language and Mathematics. Students must also produce evidence of language proficiency at a B2 level referred to CEFR in the language of instruction.

If students do not fulfil all the requirements they can take additional preparatory courses.

We will also check your possible admission without obligation and free of charge. Contact us by email info@triagon.mt or phone +356 77780806.

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Postgraduate master's degree in management

With a Bachelor in Business Management, the door to a Master’s degree at the Triagon Academy is open. The  Master of Science in Leadership and Strategic Management course is the ideal specialization . The master’s degree  lasts only 1 year  and provides sound competencies in the areas of strategic corporate management, leadership, change management and organizational development. This enables us to offer you the ideal career planning for your career as a future business manager.

Tuition and Funding

The monthly costs (with 36 installments) amount to € 475 (plus registration and examination fees). The entire course costs € 17,700, which is significantly lower than the costs of other private universities.

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