Bachelor Degree in Business Administration


Program Description

Basic objective of the undergraduate curriculum in Business Administration Is the transmission of knowledge, methodology of problem analysis, know-how and functional tools that are deemed necessary in the modern field of business and organization management.

The provision of these knowledge is based on their application both to the taking of optimal administrative decisions and more generally to the better functioning of enterprises and organizations.

The Curriculum is aimed at prospective students, who:

They hold a secondary school leaving certificate (or equivalent) and aim to work as executives in businesses and / or organizations. It is generally aimed at individuals who want to understand the complexity of the business and organizations area and want to learn and / or enrich their knowledge around this area by combining the theoretical and practical knowledge necessary for the management of modern enterprises and organizations , Both private and public.

Graduates can find employment on a wide range of subjects related to the general Business and Organizations sector, such as:

  • Marketing
  • Management
  • Financial management
  • Business Accounting
  • Quantitative Analysis and Administrative Decision Making
  • Operational research
  • Production Management, etc.

Teaching method

Guided self-study through:

  • Study Guides, Self Assessment and Educational Activities with clear timetables and milestones
  • Written papers, which contribute to the critical approach to matter
  • Exploitation of the possibilities of communication and distribution of educational material through the asynchronous tele-learning platform of the Open University of Cyprus
  • E-courses and seminars via the cross-platform e-learning platform

Structure of the Program

Bachelor's Degree (BSc) requires successful tracking Twenty-four (24) Thematic Units. Each student can choose Up to three (3) Thematic Modules per semester (the academic year is divided into 2 semesters). The choice (3) of three thematic units per semester is equivalent to Full attendance, While the choice of one (1) or two (2) is considered Part-time study. At the end of each semester, final written examinations are carried out.

Students, under the supervision and guidance of teachers, must work in each of the faculties. Two (2) written assignments and, if they have obtained the necessary marks, entitle them to participate in the final examinations.

The undergraduate Business Administration program was designed in collaboration with the Center for Scientific Training, Evaluation and Development (KEPEAA) of the University of Cyprus.

Admission Requirements

For admission to the degree program, it is necessary to have a Secondary or Secondary Education secondary school certificate, as well as a basic knowledge of computer, e-mail and internet. Knowledge of English is desirable.


Applications for admission to the academic year 2017-2018 Can be submitted by interested parties From 6 July to 5 September 2017. Applications are submitted only electronically, via the University's website following the link Https://

Last updated Mar 2020

About the School

As the second public University, established in 2002, the Open University Cyprus (OUC) aims to fill an important gap in the Cypriot higher education system, offering accredited distance learning degre ... Read More

As the second public University, established in 2002, the Open University Cyprus (OUC) aims to fill an important gap in the Cypriot higher education system, offering accredited distance learning degrees at all levels (undergraduate, master and doctoral). Building on its origins as the country’s only University dedicated to distance education, OUC is growing quickly in academic stature and overall reputation. Today’s challenging realities have widened OUC’s horizons, helping to bring Cyprus near towards its strategic goal: to be established as a regional educational and research center and hub for international scholars and students alike in the Eastern Mediterranean basin. Read less
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