EBA is one of 4 Pathways of the bachelor's programme 'Bachelor Business Administration' leading to a BBA degree. See Bachelor's - Undergraduate 4 Pathways for more information.
The EBA pathway is the Bachelor of Business Administration with a focus on Entrepreneurship with three specialisations: Small Business, Digital Marketing, and Finance.
Wittenborg is a University of Applied Sciences, which means that its bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes are related to the concept that graduates should be able to find new and better work, or improve their current working situation – this means that degree programmes at universities of applied sciences always lead to direct improved employability chances of students and graduates.
As a university of applied sciences, as any university in Europe, Wittenborg applies European standards to its degree programmes, such as the European Credit Transfer System and levels of higher education as described in the 'Dublin Descriptors', to which universities in the European Union adhere in their bachelor's and master's programmes. Read more about the differences between Applied Research versus a Fundamental Research University here.
The EBA pathway is aimed at international and local students who aspire to working within an international context in the fields of management and administration, either in business or non-commercial organisations. Entering the programme, you will have a feel for an intercultural and multi-lingual learning environment.
The EBA is designed specifically to provide graduates with an extremely broad and equally balanced range of business, management and organisation knowledge, skills and competencies, whilst allowing you to specialise during the programme in the area of entrepreneurship, business start-ups, and innovation, through the development of business plans and models. The EBA is also aimed at providing you with the knowledge and skills that would enable you to further your studies at a higher level (master’s degree) if you wish to.
During your studies in the EBA pathway, you will find that project weeks, business plan execution and finally work placement and graduation will give you the real opportunity to try out your entrepreneurial skills and apply the knowledge of business that you have learnt during the programme.