Berlin, 15 October 2020 – Berlin School of Business and Innovation (@BerlinSBI) has today announced that it will be expanding its portfolio of programmes through a new partnership with the University for the Creative Arts (@UniCreativeArts).
The institutions are offering two bachelor programmes designed by UCA; the BSc (Hons) Business and Management and the BSc (Hons) Digital Marketing and Social Media. The programmes will be delivered at BSBI’s Berlin campus, giving students the opportunity to receive UK recognised qualifications while studying in Germany.
UCA is a top creative specialist university in the UK, holding ‘Gold’ status in the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF). Professor Dr Anastasios Fountis, Head of Undergraduate Studies at BSBI, said:
“UCA experience and teaching standards for the creative arts are of the highest quality.
“Working with UCA is a great opportunity for BSBI to grow our offer and ensuring our students will have the best learning resources. With this collaboration we are expanding into new academic territories, providing improved and diverse career opportunities for students in Berlin.”
Starting from October 2020, students will be able to study for the BSc (Hons) Business and Management. The programme focuses on the practical skills, entrepreneurial attributes and creativity required to make an immediate impact on global business organisations.
With the BSc (Hons) Digital Marketing and Social Media, students will gain a global perspective to develop effective strategies for international markets, giving them the confidence to launch their career in digital marketing, social media or any other marketing-related professions. The first intake for this programme is set for February 2021.
The undergraduate degrees will be taught by BSBI faculty, offering students the possibility to choose between the three or four-year International Route programme. This includes a foundation year which will introduce to the fundamentals of creative business and management whilst preparing students to use the English language in academic work.