UniSey Programmes

Business Administration

BSc (Hons)

Anse Royale
Academic Direction From
University of Seychelles
Business and Sustainable Development
Study Level

Registration Deadline: 31st May 2023

The programme aims to produce highly competitive business administration graduates who can succeed in a business administration career in Seychelles and beyond through a curriculum responding to general administration needs of the domestic and international business contexts.

On completing this BBA, the student is expected to be able to: 

  1. Undertake basic business functions, particularly the management of people and finance  
  2. Formulate business strategies for a globalised business environment. 
  3. Communicate effectively in various business contexts; 
  4. Provide leadership to an appropriate enterprise. 
  5. Make sound and ethical business decisions 
  6. Contribute to the policy process in the context of business  


Specialisations and Duration of Programme

Title of qualification

Minimum duration

Maximum duration

BSc (Honours) in Business Administration

3 years

8 years

BSc (Honours) in Business Administration

(with Human Resource Management)

3 years

8 years

BSc (Honours) in Business Administration

(with International Business)

3 years

8 years

BSc (Honours) in Business Administration

(with Financial Services)

3 years

8 years

BSc (Honours) in Business Administration

(with Marketing)

3 years

8 years

Language of Study


Programme Structure


There will be a mixture of formative and summative assessments. 

Formative assessments will include; 

  • In-class group work  
  • Practice essays  
  • Interactive question and answer sessions 
  • Internship and marked written report 

Summative assessments will include; 

  • Coursework  
  • End-of-course exam  


Weighting of assessments: 





70 % 



In order to pass a course, you must: 

  • Submit all coursework assignments and obtain an overall coursework assessment mark of at least 40% (the pass grade) 
  • Obtain an exam grade of at least 40% (the pass grade).  
  • If you fail a coursework, you may only re-attempt one other equivalent coursework in the same academic year. However, your maximum score in the circumstances will be a Pass, i.e., 40%. 
  • If you fail an exam, you may only re-attempt one other equivalent exam within the same academic year at a maximum allowable score of ‘Pass’. 
  • If you fail a re-submitted coursework and/or a re-sat exam, you may retake the whole course in the following academic year.  


The grading system for the programme is as follows; 

To pass the programme and be eligible to graduate with the relevant degree, you should pass the twenty-four courses of your chosen pathway at a minimum pass mark of 40%. 

Your final grade will be the average of the aggregate marks for all courses. 

 First Class: 70% and above 

  • Upper Second Class: 60% and above 
  • Lower Second Class: 50% and above 
  • Third Class: 40% and above 
  • Fail: below 40% 

To achieve the learning outcomes of the courses in the programme, students will be expected to undertake a onemonth internship programme at the end of semester 2, 4 and 6 and submit an internship report.

Mode of delivery

  • For each course, there are both lecturer-led and student-centred sessions.  
  • Each course is delivered over 12 weeks, in weekly contact sessions of 3 hours. Each timetabled contact session comprises 2 hours of lecture and 1 hour of tutorial. All courses include a maximum of twelve topics and contact revision sessions. 
  • There are four courses on offer in every week of the academic year.  
  • If you are studying part-time, you may opt to undertake between 2 and 4 courses per year.  
  • The modes of delivery may vary from topic to topic. Some topics may need more practical problem solving than others. Depending on the nature of the topic, more emphasis may be placed on practical activities relating to the concept being learnt and its application to real world business administration. As a result, the lecturer-led sessions of the programme are loaded with group work, discussions, case studies and potential role plays. Comparative analysis of theory and current practices is also a common mode of delivery used. 
  • Delivery methods may vary throughout every course in order to satisfy the requirements of each topic and learning needs of students as much as possible. 
  • You are also expected to carry out directed and independent learning activities including further reading, assignments, problem solving and research for discussions during the contact sessions.  
  • Tutorials are available on demand. They may be scheduled for individual students or groups of students with common needs.  
  • Typical lecture resources are: a classroom, computer, a projector, flip charts, writing board and markers. 

Academic Requirements

To be eligible for BSc in Business Administration you must normally* be aged 17 or above in the year of registration and 

  • Have passed two A levels and three  ‘O’ level/IGCSE qualifications (or equivalent) (any two of these must be English and Mathematics at minimum grade C), 
  • Have passed UK GCSE/GCE 0-level English language at Grade C or above, or, within the last three years, have passed a recognised test of proficiency in English at the required standard,
  • Have a Diploma in a relevant field such as Business Studies, Management, Accounting, Finance etc

Technical Pathway

  • Have any National Qualification Framework (NQF) level 4 accredited Certificate with 2 years continuous working experience in a relevant field, and 
  • Have 5 years’ continuous working experience in a relevant management position.

*Applications will be considered from applicants who do not meet the normal minimum age requirement for admission. Each application will be considered on an individual basis, and the decision taken will be at the discretion of the University.



SCR 150,000 per year *

*Fees are subject to change. 

The University offers flexible payment plans and special tuition fees for self funding students. Kindly contact us for more information regarding these fees.

Department of Business and Finance

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Mr. Paul KangEthe

Head of Department

Department of Business