Bachelors

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Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business

The aim of the Bachelor's degree in economics is to train the actors of the economy of tomorrow who are competent to make relevant, ethical and responsible decisions, flexible to analyse and anticipate complex and changing situations, and capable to collaborate effectively.

Economics and management are the two fundamental disciplines of economic science. Economics studies the laws and principles that govern economic activity. Management focuses on business and the indispensable tools to their wellbeing.

These fundamental courses are completed by transversal courses in quantitative methods and computer science.

To learn more about:

  • Presentation of the programme (objectives, structure, elective courses)
  • 3rd-year tracks (economics, management)
  • After the Bachelor - Masters and professional perspectives
  • Admission requirements
  • Specific assets

Link to the Bachelor page on the UniNE portal "Formation"

Bachelor of Science in Economics and Sport

This Bachelor is a multidisciplinary programme with, on the one hand, basic training in economics, and on the other hand, training in sports science and practice.

To learn more about:

  • Presentation of the programme (objectives, structure)
  • After the Bachelor - Masters and professional perspectives
  • Admission requirements
  • Specific assets

Link to the Bachelor page on the UniNE portal "Formation"

Bachelor of Science in Management and Sport

This Bachelor is a multidisciplinary programme with, on the one hand, basic training in management, and on the other hand, training in sports science and practice.

To learn more about:

  • Presentation of the programme (objectives, structure)
  • After the Bachelor - Masters and professional perspectives
  • Admission requirements
  • Specific assets

Link to the Bachelor page on the UniNE portal "Formation"

Open day

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4 November 2020 - Learn about our Bachelor programmes (Economics and Business, Economy and Sport, Management and Sport)

HEP additional training

Programme committee