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BMA + Law

Study Plan

RRII + Derecho

Degree:
Durantion:

Credits:
Number of places:

Dedication:
Laguage of instruction:
Internship:
International Programme:
Undergraduate Final Year Project:
Course venue:
Faculty:

Bachelor´s degree in Business Administration and Law
5 years of study or 5 years and a half of study (with international modality)
360 ECTS or 384 ECTS (with international modality)
400 for the Bachelor´s Degree in Business Administration and combined degree programmes at the San Sebastian and Bilbao campuses
Full time
Spanish, Basque (optional) and English (optional)
Compulsory (6 ECTS). During the third year of study

Electives: 24 ECTS in the fifth year os study

Two compulsory projects
San Sebastian
Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

 

Undergraduate Final Year Project

Students on the double degree programme will be required to do two Undergraduate Final Year Projects, one in the field of business management and another in the legal field. The acquisition of the competences contained in each degree will be assessed.

The undergraduate final year project for the Business Management and Administration degree must be completed in the second semester of the 5th year of study. The Law project must be completed in the first semester of the 6th year (students participating in mobility programmes); or the first and second semester of the 5th year of study (students not participating in mobility programmes), respectively.

In order to enrol, students must have completed, or at least enrolled for, all of the core and compulsory subjects in the programme syllabus.

This process includes project planning (draft project), development, the submission of a final report and oral presentation before an examining board. Successful completion will prove that students are capable of applying their knowledge.

BMA Project

  • Project on new firm start-ups: development of a business plan on a business idea proposed by the students themselves or, failing that, by a group of external entrepreneurs.
  • Case study project – country: In-depth analysis of the business opportunities that a specific country can provide to companies in our community.
  • Specific project: Development of in-depth studies on specific topics related to the main areas of competence of the Bachelor’s in Business Management and Administration that are highly topical and of a proven practical applicability.

Law Project

  • The project should be related to at least two branches of Law.

The projects may be written in Spanish, Basque or English. Tutors play a key role as they assist students to:

  • Choose the topic
  • Organise the content
  • Find the proper sources
  • Write out the project

Tutors also assist students in preparing their oral presentations before the examining committee.
 

Study Plan

RRII + Derecho

Degree:
Durantion:

Credits:
Number of places:

Dedication:
Laguage of instruction:
Internship:
International Programme:
Undergraduate Final Year Project:
Course venue:
Faculty:

Bachelor´s degree in Business Administration and Law
5 years of study or 5 years and a half of study (with international modality)
360 ECTS or 384 ECTS (with international modality)
400 for the Bachelor´s Degree in Business Administration and combined degree programmes at the San Sebastian and Bilbao campuses
Full time
Spanish, Basque (optional) and English (optional)
Compulsory (6 ECTS). During the third year of study

Electives: 24 ECTS in the fifth year os study

Two compulsory projects
San Sebastian
Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

 

Undergraduate Final Year Project

Students on the double degree programme will be required to do two Undergraduate Final Year Projects, one in the field of business management and another in the legal field. The acquisition of the competences contained in each degree will be assessed.

The undergraduate final year project for the Business Management and Administration degree must be completed in the second semester of the 5th year of study. The Law project must be completed in the first semester of the 6th year (students participating in mobility programmes); or the first and second semester of the 5th year of study (students not participating in mobility programmes), respectively.

In order to enrol, students must have completed, or at least enrolled for, all of the core and compulsory subjects in the programme syllabus.

This process includes project planning (draft project), development, the submission of a final report and oral presentation before an examining board. Successful completion will prove that students are capable of applying their knowledge.

BMA Project

  • Project on new firm start-ups: development of a business plan on a business idea proposed by the students themselves or, failing that, by a group of external entrepreneurs.
  • Case study project – country: In-depth analysis of the business opportunities that a specific country can provide to companies in our community.
  • Specific project: Development of in-depth studies on specific topics related to the main areas of competence of the Bachelor’s in Business Management and Administration that are highly topical and of a proven practical applicability.

Law Project

  • The project should be related to at least two branches of Law.

The projects may be written in Spanish, Basque or English. Tutors play a key role as they assist students to:

  • Choose the topic
  • Organise the content
  • Find the proper sources
  • Write out the project

Tutors also assist students in preparing their oral presentations before the examining committee.