Track and course overview
Intakes: September and January
Taught in: English
Study tracks available for the Environmental Management BBA specialisation:
Environmental Management specialisation
This major focuses on the scientific, economic, and social issues regarding interactions between mankind and the environment.
In their freshman year, students study scientific core and major courses related to environmental sciences, impact assessment, geographic information system (GIS), life cycle of products, and assessment of natural hazards.
Students participate in real-life scientific programmes and manage their own projects. They can offer their expertise in local or international projects in the private sector or the public sector.
Environmental science is a multidisciplinary science; students study and apply biology, chemistry, mathematics, ecology, meteorology, and oceanography toward a better understanding of our environment. It is the perfect major for students who are passionate about and eager to save the environment in which we live.
After graduation, our students usually go on to to study basic or applied sciences - basic science to increase the knowledge base of biology, physics, geology, or mathematics to eventually do some research and applied science to use that knowledge to solve specific problems such as waste management, renewable energy, natural resources, and land settlements.
This field of study leads to careers in environmental consulting, in audit services in sustainable development business, and in national or international organisations.
Pursue postgraduate studies
After receiving their degree, around:
- 80% of our students go on to get a master’s degree and 20% of them a PhD.
- 30% of our students become researchers, 50% start working for companies, and the remaining 20% work for government, become professors, or start their own businesses.
- 30% of them live in Europe, 40% in Australia, and the remaining 30% in North America