The AGSB undergraduate program is designed for the high school graduate with minimal work experience so that the participant will build on his/her knowledge and develop his/her skills to successfully contribute to any business organisation in an entry level general management position.
The university considers a general manager as being one who applies academic and practical concepts in order to analyse a variety of business situations on a global perspective and who works both individually and in teams to formulate ethical and reasoned judgements that are logical, supported by facts and effectively communicated.
The following are the stated Intended Student Learning Outcomes for successful participants of the BSBA program:
The conferring of a BSBA degree from AGSB University follows only after completing all three (3) of the following requirements:
A normal course of study to complete a BSBA program over three (3) years, therefore requires thirteen (13) courses of three (3) credits each to be successfully completed in each academic year.
The BSBA academic requirement is a minimum of 117 credits.
The BSBA program requires a Cumulative GPA of 2.0.
The University will consider all completed applications and will contact applicants within a reasonable period, as soon as a decision has been made. Admission to AGSB is, however, subject to a limited number of enrolments; it is, therefore, possible that not all qualified applicants are always accepted. In such instances, the University accepts those with the strongest qualifications and potential. This decision is carefully considered by the AGSB student selection board. All potential applicants must demonstrate an excellent academic record was singling their potential for success in a given field of study and complete the following AGSB admission procedures. This includes submitting a completed student application form. Please note, only completed applications will be considered. A complete application consists of the following four (4) parts as described below:
The general requirements for all applicants include a completed application form and payable fees in addition to the documents listed below. The applicant should ensure that these documents are sent to the university in good time before a course of study begins.
An application must include all of these items in order to be considered for the admissions process.
The university places high emphasis on written communication skills. All students are expected to significantly improve their communication in English during the course of their studies at AGSB.
All students are therefore required to write a personal essay in order to determine the starting point for the improvement of their language skills in written English. If the student is accepted, this essay remains the first component in their portfolio.The essay or motivation letter should be at least 500 words in length. You should tell the story of your academic development and any other work experience you have had in a first person narrative. You should explain your reasons for applying and how you expect AGSB to further improve your present career goals.
The language of instruction at AGSB is English and a significant amount of English reading and writing is required from students, in order to achieve success in all courses. All students must demonstrate adequate language proficiency prior to their admission. In all cases, the university reserves the right to request a proficiency test.Proficiency will normally be recognized if students have completed any of the following conditions:
If none of these conditions apply, the student must write a pre‑admission English test. Proof of proficiency in English must be provided by achieving the appropriate score on one of the following:
Test results must be reported directly to AGSB Admissions by the test centre. Results that are more than two years old will not be accepted as proof of language proficiency.
Generally, entry to the bachelor’s program requires completion and graduation at the high school level from a recognized institution. However to be judged acceptable for normal entry the student must have passed the following foundation courses:
The university may administer one or more entrance exams to determine that a candidate meets the minimum program requirements. The university may require additional foundation courses for students deemed to be academically challenged. These courses are in addition to the course requirements of the program.
Work experience is strongly recommended, especially at the graduate level, but not required.
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) results for undergraduate applicants from an American high schools are highly recommended. Non-American applicants are not required to submit an SAT score.