University of London launches a fully online Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration on Coursera

By Betty Vandenbosch, Chief Content Officer, Coursera

Today we are pleased to announce an online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Royal Holloway, University of London. Among the top-ranked UK universities, Royal Holloway is known for its strong industry ties and a vibrant community of alumni who hold critical roles across many leading global companies.

By 2030, the demand for leadership roles across a range of sectors is set to increase by 20% in the UK. marketing, human resources, finance and more. Internationally recognized experts will teach students to analyze the ever-evolving business landscape, implement data-driven thinking, and establish competitive advantages. Students can also tailor their educational experience to their career ambitions by pursuing a specialist path in human resources.

The rigorous program is further enhanced by in-depth learning experiences for students, which include the opportunity to interact with professors through live sessions and networking with peers around the world.

“Our globally recognized BSc in Business Administration prepares students for a rapidly changing economic landscape,” said University of London Pro-Vice-Chancellor International, Professor Mary Stiasny. “Our partnership with Coursera enables us to deliver high-quality business and management education to students around the world – in a way that is both flexible and affordable.”

To further expand access, the degree is open to students with non-traditional qualifications. With performance-based admissions, students can gain acceptance into the program after completing a relevant course.

Education remains one of the most transformative credentials in the job market, and we are honored to partner with the University of London to nurture a new generation of business leaders and entrepreneurs.

Applications for a Bachelor of Business Administration are now open and the first cohort will begin in April 2022. To learn more, visit


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