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Bachelor Business Manager

Business, management, HR : why take an MBway Bachelor's degree ? 

Bachelor MBway

  • A foundation year

The Bachelor's degree in Business Management is the foundation year for the MBway training programme, providing you with a common skills base in management, business and administration, which is essential before specialising with an MBA in a specific field.

This one-year Bac +3 business course can be taken after a Bac + 2, and is school-based.

 Business and Management, a bachelor's degree to increase your employability

  • Plan your career path

To fully develop your management potential

  • Personal development
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Employability Pact
  • Real-life situations with business games


  • Prepare for one of the 9 MBAs

To study the basics in business, management, marketing, human resources and law and acquire the core skills before specialising: 


  • Build an international profile

The Bachelor's degree in Business Management stands apart because of the importance it attaches to the international dimension and to the building of a profile of a future manager who is able to adjust to today's world, whilst having a vision of the company of the future.

To speak fluent English, a key asset on your CV!

  • 40 % of the lessons are in English
  • A term abroad in one of the 5 MBway campuses (Argentina, China, Ireland, Mexico and the USA), on placements and ERASMUS exchanges at one of our 50 partner universities.

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 The MBway Bachelor's degree: develop your international profile 

Bachelor MBway

3 options for your 1st experience abroad :

Join one of our 5 MBway campuses abroad

  • Winthrop University / USA
  • Universidad de Leon / MEXICO
  • Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE) / ARGENTINA
  • ZheJiang University of Science and Technology (ZUST) / CHINA
  • Galway Business School / IRELAND


  • Go on a placement abroad


  • MBway and its network of partner companies offer you guidance in searching for a placement and lodgings in the following destinations: South Africa / Argentina / Bolivia / China / South Korea / India / Malaysia. 
  • If you wish to go on a placement in Europe or in another country in the world, our international office will guide you in your search and give you advice on the process and the logistics.
  • As part of the MBway international partnership, the French Foreign Trade Advisors (CCEF) help you with research abroad, your reception and supervision during your stay.


  • Take an Erasmus course in one of our 50 partners universities

Spend an academic term anywhere in the world in one of 50 partner universities.

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International recognition of the MBway Bachelor's degree in Business Management

  • The MBway Bachelor's degree in Business Management is worth 60 ECTS credits, in accordance with the European LMD system (Degree - Master's - PhD).

The ECTS credits correspond to the points system developed by the European Union and make it easier to understand and compare different programmes of study between the different European countries. The European credit transfer and accumulation system is student-centred and based on the workload required for achieving the objectives set by the Bachelor's programme in terms of acquired knowledge and skills.


  • The validation of the Bachelor's degree in Business Management and the acquisition of its 60 ECTS credits is accompanied by the European Diploma Supplement as part of the Europass scheme.


The Europass Diploma Supplement is an accompanying document attached to the higher education diploma obtained by the student. It aims to improve international transparency and facilitates the academic and professional recognition of qualifications:

  • Diploma
  • Degree
  • Certificate

This document describes the nature, level, context, content and status of the studies completed and validated on an individual basis, according to each student's educational path. The Diploma Supplement is issued by MBway following the model produced by a joint working group of the European Commission, the Council of Europe and UNESCO.