The third year of the 3-year Bachelor of Arts program, the BA Global Business Management, is based on an intensive study period over 20 weeks at the Woolich Education campus in Lucerne, Mauritius plus 3 to 6 months of workplace experience in a Swiss* or international enterprise. Woolich Education manages the program with RGU, who awards the bachelor degree to students who successfully complete the third year and pass all modules.
Woolich Education is a member of the Bénédict Mauritius group of schools, founded in 1928, whose mission is to provide adult education for people with a desire to succeed. Bénédict School is one of Mauritius’s largest private education organizations and is teaching each year more than 15,000 full- and part time students.
The Robert Gordon University founded in 1881 in Aberdeen UK as a college, became today’s dynamic modern University in 1992 and has now an international reputation for providing high quality education to more than 13,000 students from Undergraduate to PhD level. In 2012 it was awarded the status of Best Modern University in the UK.
At Woolich Education Lucerne campus, about 850 students per year have the opportunity to prepare themselves for their future management roles in the global business sector .
Students learn from a dedicated faculty, who in addition to their academic credentials bring along knowhow and experience in the business field. This ensures that what is learnt in class is contemporary and can be applied in a daily business environment in real world situations.
The BA Global Business Management program provides the student with an academic qualification that is attractive to potential employers; the skills and abilities to enter the working world; and a “tool box” that can be applied to a range of multi-national business careers.
The course uses a range of teaching methods to facilitate learning such as pair and group projects, individual research and reports as well as study trips. Core knowledge is covered by lectures and tutorials, supported by guided reading and additional materials on the University virtual campus.
Graduates who have managed during their study period to build a proven track record in industry, are ready for the next international career step. Students can prepare for this by working together with the Woolich Education Graduate Placement Manager and/or reputable agencies that have expertise in their local markets. Agency fees cover job prospecting and help prepare extensive documentation for employment as well as assistance with visa applications. Woolich Education prepares and supports students in their dealings with these agencies, including preparing for telephone interviews, production of professional résumés and promoting the skills needed to successfully secure an international internship that might lead to meaningful career progression
February, August and November. Please contact the Woolich Education admission office for the for next intake dates.
Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 12:00 and from 14:00 to 17:00.