With a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance, learners will develop his or her ability to make informed investment predictions, and accurately forecast future fiscal conditions. He or she will acquire practical knowledge of various mechanisms of the financial industry. This specialisation will give the learner meaningful insights and understandings on topics such as commercial bank management, international finance and trade, commercial investment and risk mitigation and management.

DURATION

Up to 3 years

MODE OF LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT

100% Online, Self Paced Learning mode

PAYMENT TERMS

One-time or Installment Payments

WORKLOAD

10-12 hrs per week

  • DURATION

    Up to 3 years

  • MODE OF LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT

    100% Online, Self Paced Learning mode

  • PAYMENT TERMS

    One-time or Installment Payments

  • WORKLOAD

    10-12 hrs per week

Modules to be completed
  1. BUS110 Business Communication (7.5ECTS)
    This module will teach learners how to effectively communicate in the business world and how to create professional presentations that will win over an audience.
  2. MGT120 Managing Business (7.5ECTS)
    This module will develop learners’ management skills by building his/her knowledge of controlling and dealing with the business processes used to run an organisation or company.
  3. ACC130 Accounting Principles I (7.5ECTS)
    This module will develop a learner’s understanding of accounting fundamentals and basic financial statements.
  4. BUS140 E-Commerce (7.5ECTS)
    In this module, the student will learn how to develop, market, and implement e-commerce strategies.
  5. ECO150 Principles of Economics (7.5ECTS)
    This module will dive into economic fundamental activities such as distribution, exchange, production, and consumption.
  6. FIN160 Principles of Finance (7.5ECTS)
    This module will help the student further gain the necessary skills to analyse financial statements and begin to understand how to make sound financial plans and decisions.
  7. MKT170 Principles of Marketing (7.5ECTS)
    This module will also help learners understand the importance of a good marketing mix, to evaluate product placement, and to be able to outline a company’s marketing plan.
  8. HRM180 Human Resource Management (7.5ECTS)
    This module will help to develop the student’s ability to effectively lead, motivate, communicate and organize the skills that they need to manage HR relationships within a company.
  9. ACT210 Accounting Principles II (7.5ECTS)
    This module takes a deeper look into accounting by diving deeper into financial statements and accounting ratios.
  10. MGT220 Operations Management (7.5ECTS)
    This module will enable learners to understand the managing intricacies of how to plan, control, and organize international operations.
  11. BUS230 Entrepreneurship (7.5ECTS)
    The entrepreneurship module explores how a learner can plan, organize and develop a new product or service in order to create a new business venture.
  12. BUS240 Sustainable Business Practices (7.5ECTS)
    This course develops awareness of sustainability in the business world and how each individual company should do its part to contribute to the well-being of the environment.
  13. FIN250 Financial Reporting (7.5ECTS)
    This module develops the learner’s ability to accurately construct, analyse, and interpret financial reports.
  14. MGT260 Logistics and Supply Chain Management (7.5ECTS)
    Logistics is the process of managing, planning, and facilitating the flow of products within a supply chain and this module will help the learner to uncover the inner workings of logistics for a company.
  15. MKT270 Cross-Cultural Marketing (7.5ECTS)
    After completing this module, learners will possess the necessary skills to market products internationally.
  16. MGT280 Business Information Management (7.5ECTS)
    This module shows the learner how to use business management technology software in the business world. It will also introduce the learner to important information management software and applications that are regularly used in business.
  17. FIN310 Financial Analysis (7.5ECTS)
    This module will aid learners to develop a better understanding of financial terminology while acquiring the necessary skills to begin to understand financial ratios and equations.
  18. FIN320 Budgeting (7.5ECTS)
    This module helps learners to understand the budgeting processes of preparing, prioritising and itemising revenues for a given period of time.
  19. FIN330 International Finance (7.5ECTS)
    This module explores global finance and economics including foreign exchange markets, international financial markets, currency derivatives, and international risk management and also examines monetary transactions that occur between two or more countries.
  20. FIN340 Application of Fin-tech for Financial Services (7.5ECTS)
    This module explores modern technology in the financial world and what applications are needed to create, track, update and audit financial records and financial transactions.
  21. FIN350 Financial Markets and Institutions (7.5ECTS)
    This module explores topics such as central banks and financial intuitions, retail and commercial banks, brokerage firms, and insurance companies.
  22. FIN360 Financial Risk Mitigation Management (7.5ECTS)
    This module looks at the planning, controlling, and execution of risk mitigation policies that will help a person make better sound financial decisions. It explores the strategies of risk mitigation in the financial service industry.
  23. FIN370 Corporate Finance (7.5ECTS)
    In this module, learners will learn about the sources of funding for capital structures and begin to understand what actions a finance manager takes in order to increase a corporation’s value for its shareholders.
  24. FIN380 Finance Capstone Project (7.5ECTS)
    This module will allow the learner to demonstrate his/her knowledge of both theories and the understanding of practical applications in the business world. By completing the Capstone Project, learners will demonstrate their abilities to apply the necessary theories in real-world applications.
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What would you get at completion
  1. Mastery of and competency in specific targeted job skills much required for personal impact and professional success.
  2. Nationally recognised and international accredited BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN FINANCE evidencing your competitive advantage in the job market, locally and internationally.
  3. Greater confidence to face job-related tasks and achievement of optimised performance.
  4. Direct application of relevant vocation-specific skills and technical know-how transfer for significantly improved performance at workplace.
  5. Higher likelihood of being considered for job promotions and salary upgrades.
  6. Become officially certified as EXPERT SPECIALIST, both theoretically and practically, in a specific field of specialisation.
Learning materials

Personalised, easy to understand text-based (reading materials) interactive resources that progressively and systematically takes the learner through various areas of competencies required at the workplace, in a specialised field of study.

Entry requirements
  • Applicants should possess a High School Diploma or its equivalent, such as IGCSE, A-Level, IB, GED, etc.
  • Applicants should be proficient in the English language
  • Applicants should possess a high level of motivation and self-discipline
  • Applicants should possess basic smartphone or computer operating knowledge and skills

Mature Entry Route (done on case-by-case evaluation basis only):

  • Applicants without any High School completion qualification should possess at least 3 years of professional working experience in the field of Business or Management
Admission process

Applicants must:

  1. Submit all of the required documents via EIU official website.
  2. Get documents reviewed and verified by the EIU admissions team (around 5 working days).
  3. Receive enrollment confirmation with a Conditional Acceptance Letter and Invoice.
  4. Settle the payment.
  5. Receive Unconditional Acceptance Letter.
  6. Start the programme.
Assessment learning

Personalised exercises, assignments and/or quizzes are utilised throughout the course/programme to measure progress in learning. Such comprehensive assessment procedure is characterised by being diagnostic, formative (intervention-oriented), and summative.

Recognition, Accreditation & Membership

The European International University (EIU-Paris), is a private higher education establishment authorized by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research, and Innovation, in accordance to and in compliance with the French Education Act: Code de l’Education Articles L 444-1 to 444-11 and R 444-1 to 444-28.

EIU-Paris is also internationally accredited by the Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC). EIU is accredited with Premier University status by ASIC, UK, since 2nd October 2018. ASIC is recognized by UKVI in the UK, is a member of the CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG) in the USA and is listed in their International Directory. It is also a member of the British Quality Foundation (BQF), an affiliate of European Network for Quality Assurance (ENQA) and an institutional member of European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN).

EIU-Paris has also obtained accreditation candidacy status, and is currently pursuing programmatic accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), United States.

The European International University is further audited and quality assured, as well as ranked, by internationally acclaimed bodies such as QS, ACBSP, ECBE, BGA, ATHEA, and CEOWORLD Magazine.

For more information about EIU-Paris Recognition and Accreditation, please visit https://eiu.ac/recognition-and-accreditation/

Completion requirements

100% completion of courses and assessment therein is required to be able to get certified in the said course and/or programme.

Graduation requirements

To receive a degree in the programme of study, students must achieve the following:

  • Complete the course as prescribed in the academic catalog under which the student enrolled.
  • Complete unit and course requirements with a minimum of a 49% ECTS.
  • Complete the programme of study within 150% of the published length of the programme.
Grading scheme

The grading system is defined as follows:

 Pass: 
 Higher   Distinction 90-100%
 Distinction 80-89%
 First Division 70-79%
 Second   Division 60-69%
 Satisfactory 50-59%
 Fail: 
 Unsatisfactory 49% and below
Awards Upon Completion

For sample, click here

Modules to be completed
  1. BUS110 Business Communication (7.5ECTS)
    This module will teach learners how to effectively communicate in the business world and how to create professional presentations that will win over an audience.
  2. MGT120 Managing Business (7.5ECTS)
    This module will develop learners’ management skills by building his/her knowledge of controlling and dealing with the business processes used to run an organisation or company.
  3. ACC130 Accounting Principles I (7.5ECTS)
    This module will develop a learner’s understanding of accounting fundamentals and basic financial statements.
  4. BUS140 E-Commerce (7.5ECTS)
    In this module, the student will learn how to develop, market, and implement e-commerce strategies.
  5. ECO150 Principles of Economics (7.5ECTS)
    This module will dive into economic fundamental activities such as distribution, exchange, production, and consumption.
  6. FIN160 Principles of Finance (7.5ECTS)
    This module will help the student further gain the necessary skills to analyse financial statements and begin to understand how to make sound financial plans and decisions.
  7. MKT170 Principles of Marketing (7.5ECTS)
    This module will also help learners understand the importance of a good marketing mix, to evaluate product placement, and to be able to outline a company’s marketing plan.
  8. HRM180 Human Resource Management (7.5ECTS)
    This module will help to develop the student’s ability to effectively lead, motivate, communicate and organize the skills that they need to manage HR relationships within a company.
  9. ACT210 Accounting Principles II (7.5ECTS)
    This module takes a deeper look into accounting by diving deeper into financial statements and accounting ratios.
  10. MGT220 Operations Management (7.5ECTS)
    This module will enable learners to understand the managing intricacies of how to plan, control, and organize international operations.
  11. BUS230 Entrepreneurship (7.5ECTS)
    The entrepreneurship module explores how a learner can plan, organize and develop a new product or service in order to create a new business venture.
  12. BUS240 Sustainable Business Practices (7.5ECTS)
    This course develops awareness of sustainability in the business world and how each individual company should do its part to contribute to the well-being of the environment.
  13. FIN250 Financial Reporting (7.5ECTS)
    This module develops the learner’s ability to accurately construct, analyse, and interpret financial reports.
  14. MGT260 Logistics and Supply Chain Management (7.5ECTS)
    Logistics is the process of managing, planning, and facilitating the flow of products within a supply chain and this module will help the learner to uncover the inner workings of logistics for a company.
  15. MKT270 Cross-Cultural Marketing (7.5ECTS)
    After completing this module, learners will possess the necessary skills to market products internationally.
  16. MGT280 Business Information Management (7.5ECTS)
    This module shows the learner how to use business management technology software in the business world. It will also introduce the learner to important information management software and applications that are regularly used in business.
  17. FIN310 Financial Analysis (7.5ECTS)
    This module will aid learners to develop a better understanding of financial terminology while acquiring the necessary skills to begin to understand financial ratios and equations.
  18. FIN320 Budgeting (7.5ECTS)
    This module helps learners to understand the budgeting processes of preparing, prioritising and itemising revenues for a given period of time.
  19. FIN330 International Finance (7.5ECTS)
    This module explores global finance and economics including foreign exchange markets, international financial markets, currency derivatives, and international risk management and also examines monetary transactions that occur between two or more countries.
  20. FIN340 Application of Fin-tech for Financial Services (7.5ECTS)
    This module explores modern technology in the financial world and what applications are needed to create, track, update and audit financial records and financial transactions.
  21. FIN350 Financial Markets and Institutions (7.5ECTS)
    This module explores topics such as central banks and financial intuitions, retail and commercial banks, brokerage firms, and insurance companies.
  22. FIN360 Financial Risk Mitigation Management (7.5ECTS)
    This module looks at the planning, controlling, and execution of risk mitigation policies that will help a person make better sound financial decisions. It explores the strategies of risk mitigation in the financial service industry.
  23. FIN370 Corporate Finance (7.5ECTS)
    In this module, learners will learn about the sources of funding for capital structures and begin to understand what actions a finance manager takes in order to increase a corporation’s value for its shareholders.
  24. FIN380 Finance Capstone Project (7.5ECTS)
    This module will allow the learner to demonstrate his/her knowledge of both theories and the understanding of practical applications in the business world. By completing the Capstone Project, learners will demonstrate their abilities to apply the necessary theories in real-world applications.
  25.  
What would you get at completion
  1. Mastery of and competency in specific targeted job skills much required for personal impact and professional success.
  2. Nationally recognised and international accredited BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN FINANCE evidencing your competitive advantage in the job market, locally and internationally.
  3. Greater confidence to face job-related tasks and achievement of optimised performance.
  4. Direct application of relevant vocation-specific skills and technical know-how transfer for significantly improved performance at workplace.
  5. Higher likelihood of being considered for job promotions and salary upgrades.
  6. Become officially certified as EXPERT SPECIALIST, both theoretically and practically, in a specific field of specialisation.
Learning Materials

Personalised, easy to understand text-based (reading materials) interactive resources that progressively and systematically takes the learner through various areas of competencies required at the workplace, in a specialised field of study.

Entry Requirements
  • Applicants should possess a High School Diploma or its equivalent, such as IGCSE, A-Level, IB, GED, etc.
  • Applicants should be proficient in the English language
  • Applicants should possess a high level of motivation and self-discipline
  • Applicants should possess basic smartphone or computer operating knowledge and skills

Mature Entry Route (done on case-by-case evaluation basis only):

  • Applicants without any High School completion qualification should possess at least 3 years of professional working experience in the field of Business or Management
Admission process

Applicants must:

  1. Submit all of the required documents via EIU official website.
  2. Get documents reviewed and verified by the EIU admissions team (around 5 working days).
  3. Receive enrollment confirmation with a Conditional Acceptance Letter and Invoice.
  4. Settle the payment.
  5. Receive Unconditional Acceptance Letter.
  6. Start the programme.
Assessment learning

Personalised exercises, assignments and/or quizzes are utilised throughout the course/programme to measure progress in learning. Such comprehensive assessment procedure is characterised by being diagnostic, formative (intervention-oriented), and summative.

Recognition, Accreditation & Membership

The European International University (EIU-Paris), is a private higher education establishment authorized by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research, and Innovation, in accordance to and in compliance with the French Education Act: Code de l’Education Articles L 444-1 to 444-11 and R 444-1 to 444-28.

EIU-Paris is also internationally accredited by the Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC). EIU is accredited with Premier University status by ASIC, UK, since 2nd October 2018. ASIC is recognized by UKVI in the UK, is a member of the CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG) in the USA and is listed in their International Directory. It is also a member of the British Quality Foundation (BQF), an affiliate of European Network for Quality Assurance (ENQA) and an institutional member of European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN).

EIU-Paris has also obtained accreditation candidacy status, and is currently pursuing programmatic accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), United States.

The European International University is further audited and quality assured, as well as ranked, by internationally acclaimed bodies such as QS, ACBSP, ECBE, BGA, ATHEA, and CEOWORLD Magazine.

For more information about EIU-Paris Recognition and Accreditation, please visit https://eiu.ac/recognition-and-accreditation/

Completion requirements

100% completion of courses and assessment therein is required to be able to get certified in the said course and/or programme.

Graduation requirements

To receive a degree in the programme of study, students must achieve the following:

  • Complete the course as prescribed in the academic catalog under which the student enrolled.
  • Complete unit and course requirements with a minimum of a 49% ECTS.
  • Complete the programme of study within 150% of the published length of the programme.
Grading scheme

The grading system is defined as follows:

 Pass: 
 Higher   Distinction 90-100%
 Distinction 80-89%
 First Division 70-79%
 Second   Division 60-69%
 Satisfactory 50-59%
 Fail: 
 Unsatisfactory 49% and below
Awards Upon Completion

For sample, click here