Grado en Administración y Dirección de Empresas | ADE | Global BBA

Grado en Administración y Dirección de Empresas Global BBA | Preguntas Frecuentes

Acerca del grado

El Global BBA (Bachelor in Business Administration) es un programa de grado en administración y dirección de empresas, con un enfoque internacional y multicultural, que otorga un título universitario de grado del EHEA (240 ECTS créditos).

Tanto EADA como SKEMA Business School están reconocidas por acreditaciones internacionales y de alto nivel.

EADA Business School ha sido reconocida como una de las 25 mejores escuelas de negocios europeas por The Financial Times y aparece en la lista de los mejores 100 MBAs del mundo.

Sí, esta titulación está acreditada por el Ministerio de Educación francés como título de grado del EHEA (240 créditos ECTS).

Nuestro Grado Global en Dirección y Administración de Empresas permite a los estudiantes obtener una doble titulación reconocida:
la titulación del Global BBA de SKEMA y el diploma de EADA Business School.

Sí, el programa se imparte 100% en inglés.

No, las prácticas en el extranjero no son obligatorias. Sin embargo, son muy recomendables.

Es importante tener en cuenta que debes realizar unas prácticas durante los 4 años del Grado Internacional en Dirección y Administración de Empresas para conseguir los créditos necesarios para graduarte.

Yes, EADA offers an optional online Spanish language course for all enrolled students. Participants receive the details of the course before their Bachelor’s begins and, following a level test, have until the end of the first trimester (December) to complete the course.

The Spanish course is completely optional and does not affect the grades of the Bachelor's.

Between 8-12 months of internship/professional experience are required to complete the programme. This experience may take place at the home campus or during the periods abroad.

Our undergraduate programmes integrate professional experience so that students can  apply the skills they are learning in the classroom in real operational environments. Students gain first-hand experience that makes them more competitive when launching an international career. As interns, they gain relevant skills to showcase on their CV.

At EADA, we believe that education can change the world. For this reason, we support you in your undergraduate journey through a wide variety of scholarships designed to ensure that the best candidates don't get overlooked for financial reasons.

EADA awards scholarships to outstanding candidates who demonstrate the potential for superior performance in the programme. Scholarships are merit-based and cover from 10% to 25% of the programme fee. Candidates must apply for their chosen scholarship within one week of submitting their bachelor’s application. The will be notified of the scholarship results together with the bachelor’s admissions results.

You can see a complete list of the scholarships that EADA offers as well as instructions for application here: 

Global BBA

The Global BBA is designed to make participants into well-rounded, value-strong professionals with specialised know-how and the leadership skills to execute a strategic plan of action. The cross-disciplinary managerial skills developed in the Global BBA allow graduates to progress quickly towards senior management positions.

The programme is closely aligned with the needs of today’s top companies, organisations and institutions, as demonstrated by the 91% employment rate just six months after graduation. More detailed employment information is available on the Careers & Alumni page.
 
Double degree Global BBA & Bachelor in Artificial Intelligence for Business

Graduates of the double degree provide a unique added value to the company with a background in the fundamentals of management, marketing and finance complemented by a mastery of hardware and software architectures to optimise business. 

They are ready for a wide range of opportunities, from business positions with a special need for digitalisation in areas like entrepreneurship, marketing, consulting, supply chain, strategy and line management to technical positions that require a deep understanding of AI such as software developer, AI specialist and technical architect. More detailed employment information is available on the Careers & Alumni page.

ELIGIBILITY

EADA does not have a specific track requirement for applicants to our undergraduate programmes. However, we do place a special emphasis on evaluating candidate’s performance in subjects including math, statistics, business and management. 
 

Yes of course! If you have not finished high school yet, you do not need to upload your high school diploma on your application form. For your transcripts, you can provide the part of the transcripts from your last two years of studies plus your predicted grades of the current school year. 

You can be admitted (and even enrol) without having turned in these documents. If you are admitted, the admission will be conditional on submitting the pending records at a later date. 
 

EADA accepts transfer students in their second year of study in both of our undergraduate programmes. Whether you are looking to internationalise your studies, to customise your learning with specialisations, or to experience a personalised approach to learning in small groups, EADA is a great choice. 

Transfer students must successfully complete the same admissions process as students entering in the first year. They must have completed a minimum of 60 ECTS credits in a business-related curriculum to be eligible to apply. pending review by the Admissions Committee.  
 

EXAMS

EADA does not require candidates to submit the results of the “selectividad”. Candidates who have completed their education in Spain will need to submit proof of having completed their studies (“resguardo del título de bachillerato”).

The minimum recommended score is the equivalent to a B2 Level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). This is equivalent to the following scores: TOEFL (72-94), IELTS (5.5-6), TOEIC (785-940), Cambridge (160-179). Our TOEFL school code is 7024. Scores are valid for two years from the date that the test is taken. 

Native speakers and candidates who have completed at least a year of high school in English may be exempt from this requirement pending the Admissions Committee evaluation.

Importe del programa y las becas

Se requiere una cuota de inscripción del 10% para reservar tu plaza en el programa, dos semanas después de la comunicación de los resultados de admisión, y el resto de la cuota de matrícula debe pagarse antes de octubre, en cada año académico.

The duration of the admissions process varies largely from one candidate to another, but 5 weeks is the average time from the moment a candidate begins the application until he or she receives the final admission result. The main steps of the admissions process are: 

  • Complete the online application form
  • Pay the 100€ application fee
  • Complete an admissions interview 

The longest and most arduous part of the admissions process is the application form as it entails writing the letter of motivation and collecting academic documentation as well as reference letters. 

The initial evaluation of the application package by the Admissions Team can take from 3 days up to a month or longer depending on the pending documentation of the candidate. Candidates must pass the initial evaluation to move on to the interview phase. 

Once candidates have completed the admissions interview. they receive a final answer about their admission within one week.

A letter of motivation expresses a candidate's interests, professional experiences and the reasons why they want to study at EADA.

Your letter of motivation is the most personalised document in your application package, and it is your opportunity to make yourself stand out from other candidates. In your letter, you should explain why you are a good fit for the programme and school. It’s an opportunity for you to describe in a personal way your motivation for applying and the experiences that have led you to this decision.

Three are many guides online to writing university letters of motivation, but here are some quick tips: 

  • Be yourself: Always use your own voice and avoid trying to be someone else for the benefit of the Admissions Committee. We are interested in getting to know the real you!
     
  • Say why you are applying and what you expect: We want to know why you chose to apply for this specific programme at our institution. When writing your letter, be careful to prioritise interests, stories and achievements that correlate with the programme and institution. Think of how you will benefit from the programme and why you are motivated to attend the specific courses.
     
  • Write in a simple and concise way: Focus on communicating the main ideas of your letter clearly. Use a logical structure to organise the content into paragraphs and delete anything that distracts from your main point.
     
  • Share something about yourself: Include your interests and feelings when they correspond to the topic that you are writing about. Share a moment or a story about growth, learning, determination or reflection.
     
  • Talk about the future: A university degree is a long-term commitment with a long-term impact on your future personal and professional life, so don’t be afraid to talk about the future. Even if you don’t have a clear idea of where you want to be in several years’ time, giving a hint about your future ambitions is important.
     
  • Proofread: Proofreading is very important. Once you have corrected all of the grammar, punctuation and structural mistakes, give your letter to someone whose opinion you value and listen to their suggestions. After reading it so many times you may miss inconsistencies and gaps in logic that are easily visible with fresh eyes. 

Candidates who have not yet completed their high school education at the time of application should submit their predicted grades for the current school year together with their application package. Predicted grades are provided by the school, and are the estimated grades for the applicant in their last year of studies. 

The calculation of predicted grades differs from one educational system to another, but is generally based on the candidate’s overall academic performance during their previous years of study at the school. 

Letters of recommendation are an integral part of your application at EADA and help the Admissions Committee make a holistic assessment of your application package. 

A letter of recommendation is a short document typically written by a teacher, counselor, coach, director of extracurricular activities and/or clubs, community member or mentor highlighting your strengths, academic history, character, potential and/or goals. 

The person that you ask to provide a recommendation letter should be someone who knows you well and is willing to endorse you. In order to present a well-rounded picture of who you are, you could ask a few different types of people to write your letters if possible. Be sure to give your referees a deadline for completing their letter of reference.

You can submit your letters of recommendation in letter format or ask them to complete EADA’s PDF recommendation form. You will be able to select which option you prefer in the “References” tab of the online application form. 

  • Option 1: Use this form in English or Spanish to request letters of recommendation. You can download the form and then send it directly to the people that you would like to complete it. Some candidates find it easier to use the form as it requires less work than writing a letter on the part of the referee. 
  • Option 2: Submit letters of recommendation in letter format. You can upload these directly onto the online application form in the “References” tab.

The interview is the final step in the admissions process. It is designed to evaluate your motivation, potential for personal and professional development and suitability for the programme. The interviewer will receive a copy of your complete application package and ask a series of questions to determine if you are a good fit for the programme.

You can find some tips to prepare for the interview here including example questions and recommendations for a successful experience. 

The Admissions Committee makes a holistic evaluation of each candidate. This means that while we consider past academic performance and test scores, we also want to get to know you as a whole person. 

At EADA, we use multiple sources of information to get the fullest picture of your potential, combining quantitative data with qualitative indicators such as letters of recommendation and extracurriculars. This enables us to get a more complete view of each applicant to fairly assess his or her fit in our programmes.

Once you are admitted, you will have a reservation for 15 days, which will give you time to enrol and start planning your year in Barcelona. In the spring, enrolled students receive access to the resources of our Student Relocation Provider to help with getting settled in the city. We also encourage students to connect before the programme begins through the Facebook group and welcome activities.

Vivir en Barcelona

EADA Business School tiene acuerdos con diferentes residencias de estudiantes. Barcelona tiene una gran oferta de alojamiento para estudiantes.

Para más información, consulta a nuestro equipo.

Para más información, consulta a nuestro equipo.

Barcelona es una ciudad segura y multicultural. Situada entre las montañas y el mar Mediterráneo, Barcelona tiene muchos barrios diferentes.

Nuestro Campus de Barcelona está situado en el centro de la ciudad, en la Calle Provença, 216.

Cerca del Campus puedes encontrar estaciones de Metro, autobuses y servicios de bicicleta.

 

Living expenses in Barcelona are relatively low compared with those of other major European cities. Expenses vary widely depending on participants’ housing and lifestyle choices. The information provided here is an average based on current students’ expenses. The majority of participants choose to live in student residences or share flats and use public transport regularly.

Students should expect to spend between €1,110 - €2,070 per month, broken down as follows: 

  • Housing: €450 - €900
  • Utilities: €100 - €200
  • Food: €250 - €450
  • Transport: €60 - €70
  • Other expenses: €250 - €450

The EADA campus for undergraduate programmes is located in the heart of Barcelona (Calle Provenza, 216), just a 10 minute walk from Plaza Catalunya and the most famous of Gaudi’s buildings. With more than a thousand years of history, Barcelona is an important source of architectural, artistic and cultural heritage that our students are able to enjoy daily.