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Recorded Webinars: Global BBA Program

For those that were unable to join our online sessions, please find the recordings available on demand below. Please note that the sessions are set to expire within 30 days. 

Information Session – Active Learning & Case Method

This session will explain why you should choose the AACSB accredited Global BBA Program, what makes us unique and how to apply. Professor Hakeem will discuss what the case method is and who it is suitable for. Rob (Indonesia – IB) joins to talk about right fit and his IB Scholarship.

Demo Lesson – Partnership Vs Corporation

A very simple overview of the case method by asking participants to state whether they would start a new venture as a partnership or as a corporation. Current students Gen (Philippines – A Levels) and Hisham (Pakistan – IB) join the session to give their insights.

Demo Lesson – Leading in Turbulent Times 

The lesson covers the competitive advantages and drawbacks of remote working. Students share their thoughts on the pros and cons of remote work as well as its impact on organisations’ and employees’ performance.

Demo Lesson – What is Entrepreneurship?

Professor Goi provides an original case to showcase active learning. Students are asked – “Do you think funding is the most important thing to start a business?”. Current student Hafiz from Indonesia joins the Q&A talking about life at NUCB.

Information Session – Tips to Apply to the GBBA Program

This session covers an in depth guide on how to apply to the GBBA program. There are examples of past essays as well as typical questions that come up at interview and how to answer them. We also cover an ideal candidate and what the admissions committee look for.

The curriculum encompasses a wide range of subjects in Management, Finance, Accounting, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, and Liberal Arts. This wide range of subjects reflects the multidisciplinary nature of business, and the importance of understanding all the key elements needed to make a business successful. 

All courses are organized by the quarter system and each course will be completed in a single term (lasting 7 weeks). Whilst this requires a lot of work in a short space of time, full-time students have almost 4 months of the year away from school. This gives students the perfect opportunity to return home, take out part-time work, study Japanese, take out an internship etc!