You Can Still Start Your BCom or BBA Degree This Year
Milpark Education School of Commerce programmes are designed with a strong focus on the functional and practical skills needed in your career. You can specialise in disciplines including key areas such as business management, economics, accounting and law.
You can still art your BCom or BBA degree this year!
Milpark Education School of Commerce qualifications have been designed to provide the knowledge base, practical competence and application skills that will enable students to either enter the labour market or pursue further studies in their respective fields.
When you study business and commerce at the Milpark Education School of Commerce, you will gain a strong and holistic understanding of the link between financial, marketing, legal and economic systems, and their impact on business in South Africa and globally.
What is the difference between a BBA degree and a BCom degree?
The Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) seeks to develop graduates’ business acumen and management capabilities through systematically building up knowledge in key business areas. The BBA degree is designed to give a broad knowledge of the functional aspects of a company and their interconnection. The Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) is a specialist qualification providing foundational education to students in the field of commerce across a select range of knowledge areas. As an alternative to a general commerce stream, students are able to select from other areas of specialisation, namely marketing management, human resource management, financial planning, banking, investment management and credit.
If this does not give you enough reasons to study at Milpark, then we don't know what will.
Applications close 6 August for the next intake. APPLY HERE!
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