Undergraduate ProgramOur mission is to be regionally recognized for teaching and scholarly accomplishments in the areas of leadership and global management. We are focused on preparing leaders who can operate anywhere across the globe.
The University College of Bahrain offers a multitude of undergraduate programs that serve the social, cultural and economic needs of our community in Bahrain and the region. The Undergraduate Programs are:
Media & Communication
Undergraduate Enrollment and Intake Dates
The University College of Bahrain offers interested candidates two opportunities throughout the year to start their selected program. The start dates are September and February; however, admission is based upon candidates meeting program requirements and space availability.
Undergraduate Program Highlights
High-quality programs benchmarked against the best international practices in the generation, dissemination, and application of specialized management knowledge
Faculty who are internationally known researchers, sought after consultants, and dedicated teachers
The in-class experience includes: numerous simulations of management, decision-making scenarios, extensive interaction between the faculty and the learners, communication and presentation skills enhancement, and team exercises
A careful balance between a generic core and in-demand concentration areas including: operations management, marketing, finance, and management information systems
Modern delivery methods which are learner-driven, team-based, and group oriented
Comprehensive and challenging curriculum that blends theory and practice
Class sizes of 25 learners
In addition, University College of Bahrain has reached an agreement with the Regional External Programs/American University of Beirut to receive consulting academic support in the development of its study plans. This agreement puts University College of Bahrain in a unique position with respect to the quality of its academic programs and the distinguished level of its services and network of its connections regionally and internationally.
“What I have learned in my graduation years is being practiced now in day to day basis and of course the credit for all this goes to our highly qualified professors.”
Aysha Yousif Al Khalifa
Class of 2005