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BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING DEGREE

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In a constantly changing environment, companies require and demand professionals with a solid basis for interpreting the economic reality and knowing how to manage with ease in the business world and its marketing activity.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING DEGREE

Characteristics

  • DEGREE NAME: BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING DEGREE
  • BRANCH: SOCIAL AND LEGAL SCIENCES
  • RESPONSIBLE CENTRE: UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS STUDIES OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INDUSTRY AND NAVIGATION OF BILBAO – Affiliated Centre to the University of the Basque Country-Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea UPV/EHU (Abbreviated name: CÁMARABILBAO UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL)
  • TYPE OF TEACHING: FACE TO FACE
  • NUMBER OF ADMISSION PLACES: 100
  • LANGUAGES IN WICH IT IS TAUGHT: SPANISH, BASQUE AND ENGLISH. (The offer of a group in Basque will be subject to a minimum number of applications in that language). The programme likewise includes the compulsory study of German or French.
  • STUDY COMMITMENT MODE: FULL TIME: Potential students are advised that academic activities (master sessions, internships, tutorials etc.) can be carried out both in the morning and afternoon, and, given the face-to-face nature of the studies, their compatibility with another activity is not warranted, whether of an employment, educational, sports activity or any other kind.

Objectives

The main objective of the Business Management and Marketing Degree is to provide you with an adequate knowledge of Strategic Marketing and Commercial Management, and to add differential value to your curriculum with this dual focus degree.

Competence

The training objectives and competences that you as a student acquire are as follows.

  • CG1    To be able to analyse and synthesize phenomena and situations.
  • CG2    To be able to plan and organise projects, effectively determining objectives, targets and priorities, establishing activities, deadlines and resources and controlling implementation.
  • CG3    To understand and state, at the proficient level, ideas and concepts orally and in writing in Spanish and/or Basque.
  • CG4    To understand and express ideas effectively, at a high level in English to be able to cope in any environment, and at an intermediate level in another foreign language, enabling to at least to speak fluently in the business environment.
  • CG5    To use of information and communication technologies in the field of study and in the professional context, on a user level, to allow access to sources of information, as a means of communication, relationship and storage of information, as a tool for learning and research etc.
  • CG6    To be able to search, select and manage information by different means.
  • CG7    To be able to solve problems from creativity, seeking alternatives, valuing same and making decisions.
  • CG8   To develop critical and self-critical capacity.
  • CG9   To be able to integrate and communicate with experts from other areas and in different contexts.
  • CG10    To develop interpersonal skills that allow positive relationships, recognising and respecting diversity and multiculturalism.
  • CG11    To give value to the ethical commitment to society and democratic values, from justice and sustainability, with a global and future focus and in particular to the promotion of equal opportunities between men and women and disabled persons
  • CG12    To develop autonomy in learning and tasks, and responsibility in collective commitments.
  • CG13    To be able to adapt to different situations and changing environments.
  • CG14    To be able to head projects or organisations, positively influencing the group, integrating persons and contributing to their development.
  • CG15    The predisposition to undertake projects, from the awareness and responsibility of the risks involved.
  • CG16    To internalise that the learning will continue throughout life.
  • CG17    To enhance the commitment to the organisation, from development and professional ethics, quality and continuous improvement.
  • CE1    To handle the basic mathematical tools applicable in financial, commercial and statistical models.
  • CE2    To know and use the different statistical models used in commercial research.
  • CE3    To identify, know and handle the information and communication technologies, specially those used for management and marketing.
  • CE4    To understand the different models of business organisation, distinguishing therein the main functional areas and the most relevant decision areas.
  • CE5    To identify the role of the human factor in the company and to be able to describe people management processes
  • CE6    To be familiar with the fundamental economic concepts, both in a macro as well as micro environment.
  • CE7    To know how to analyse economic environments by orienting same to the decision making on the opportunity of specific business activities.
  • CE8    To understand and assimilate the principles and variables which condition the behaviour of the consumer and that of social groups.
  • CE9    To manage the different types of commercial or market research and be able to apply same and interpret the results for decision making.
  • CE10    To know how to identify the legal and regulatory implications in corporate management.
  • CE11    To know how to apply the accounting procedures and, based on the information obtained, to diagnose the economic and financial situation of the company
  • CE12    To be able to make economic and financial decisions in a small and medium company.
  • CE13    To be familiar with the main analytical accounting models and be able to apply same in corporate cost control.
  • CE14    To be apply the various collection and financing formulas in international transactions.
  • CE15    To be able to draw up strategies for market development.
  • CE16    To be able to make decisions in the management of Marketing-mix (product, price , distribution and communication).
  • CE17    To manage the mechanisms and techniques of commercial negotiation with customers.
  • CE18    To know how to draw up the marketing and commercial plan of a small or medium-sized company.
  • CE19    To understand the different formulas of business communication, especially those corresponding to advertising and public relations, and to be able to define and/or contract a communication campaign.
  • CE20    To identify the particularities of the different types of transport as well as the competencies of the different logistics agents and operators, being able to define and/or contract a logistic distribution plan.
  • CE21    To be able to design and execute a customer capture and/or loyalty.
  • CE22    To be familiar with and manage new marketing tools based on new technologies: relational, direct and interactive marketing, e-commerce etc.

Key indicators

We present the most relevant indicators.

ACCESS 2018/2019 2017/2018 2016/2017 2016/2016 2014/2015 2013/2014
Places available 100 100 100 100 100 100
New student enrolment 85 85 99 81 88 77
Minimum admission mark 5.02 5.01 5.16 5.04 5.0 5.01
Occupation of the degree 80.0 82.0 92.0 74.0 83.0 74.0
Number of students with full-time enrolment 297 314 305 294 278 239
LEARNING 2018/2019 2017/2018 2016/2017 2016/2016 2014/2015 2013/2014
Performance rate 82.07 83.49 82.83 83.95 87.77 86.62
Success rate 84.75 87.02 87.06 86.47 91.89 89.78
Evaluation rate 95.71 95.94 95.13 97.08 95.52 96.48
Graduates 67 65 44 64 33 52
Efficiency rate 86.9 87.79 89.52 88.68 91.05 96.67
Average length of studies 5.06 5.19 4.97 4.79 4.62
Satisfaction with teaching 3.86 3.84 3.7 4.03 3.78 3.67
MOBILITY 2018/2019 2017/2018 2016/2017 2016/2016 2014/2015 2013/2014
Total student sent 40 31 36 36 38 26
Total student received 22 25 15 12 11 19
GRADUATION AND DROP-OUT 2014/2015 2013/2014 2012/2013 2011/2012 2010/2011
Total student sent 56.58 55.56 59.7 55.56 57.95
Total student received 7.95 15.58 18.48 17.1 17.53
EMPLOYMENT INSERTION 2015
Satisfaction of graduates 7.37
Employment rate 80
Unemployment rate 5.88
Embedded employment rate 81.25

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