Global Bachelor in Business Administration (GBBA)

162

Global Exchange Options

Employability Within 4 Months Of Graduation

97%

International Work Experience

>10mths

Average Starting Salary

S$50k

Vast network of prestigious universities to choose from

Enjoy strong career services and extensive alumni network

Embark on promising career opportunities

Study in Singapore and France with 10 to 16 months global internship opportunities

Vast network of prestigious universities to choose from

Enjoy strong career services and extensive alumni network

Embark on promising career opportunities

Study in Singapore and France with 10 to 16 months global internship opportunities

Prepare yourself for an international career in business

Hear from our current students

Ziyue Li

Current Student of Global BBA
Graduate from Raffles Institution Singapore

"We have a lot of opportunities and freedom."

Program Highlights

ESSEC's Global Bachelor in Business Administration (GBBA) gives you a world-class education that combines cutting-edge knowledge and significant international exposure through our campuses in Singapore and France, global internships and exchange programs with top universities.


You will also get to embark on promising career opportunities by leveraging on ESSEC's strong career services and extensive alumni network.

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About
ESSEC Business School

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Founded in 1907

ESSEC is one of the world’s top management schools and holds the “triple crown” accreditation from EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA. With 6,097 students; a faculty comprised of 164 full-time professors, 19 of which are emeritus professors, in France and Singapore, recognized for both the quality and influence of their research; a wide range of management training programs; partnerships with the world’s best universities; and a network of 55,000 alumni, ESSEC continues to foster a tradition of academic excellence and a spirit of openness in the fields of economics, social sciences and innovation. In 2005, ESSEC opened a campus in Asia. ESSEC’s operations in Asia Pacific, strategically located in Singapore, present the perfect foothold for ESSEC to be part of the vibrant growth of Asia and to bring its expertise to the expanding region. Additionally, in 2017 ESSEC opened a new campus in Rabat, Morocco. ESSEC’s international expansion allows students and professors to study and understand the economic forces at work in the different regions of the world.

(Mr.) Kieren TAN
Senior Manager, Global BBA

[email protected]

Tel: (65) 6413 9374 | (65) 9438 8767

Paris- Singapore- Rabat

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ESSEC | CPE Registration number 200511927D | Period of registration: 30 June 2017 - 29 June 2023 Committee for Private Education (CPE) is part of SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG).


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