Advanced Business Management (advanced bachelor) | UCLL

Advanced business management

Career in Management 

Dreaming of a career in Management or your own Start-up? In one academic year, you'll hone your overall management skills and specialise immediately. You gain many assets to your resumé beyond a strong basis in management after this degree, such as: 

  1. Classes taught by experts
  2. Practical, hands-on experience via Junior Consulting or Start-up Project
  3. Focus on personal, digital & international skills
  4. An ideal step-up to a shortened master with our partners in the UK, USA and in Belgium (VUB).

About this programme


UC Leuven-Limburg is – in a way – ‘bilingual’; we speak both the academic and the professional language, and are a key player in the process of a better understanding between higher education and its practical application in the workplace.

Job market

UC Leuven-Limburg offers profession-oriented degree programmes on a professional bachelor level.  Our programmes guarantee a successful start on the job market:

  • 93% of our alumni has found a job or continues to study within 6 months of graduation
  • International oriented professionals are in increasing demand in the wider regions of Leuven and Limburg. 

Tracks of advanced business management

After this degree

Master programme in Belgium

After your Banaba degree, you can obtain your master's degree at VUB in 3 semesters (90 credits). You can choose between a master in Bedrijfskunde (Dutch programme) or a master in Management (English programme). This can be done in daytime courses, evening courses for working students or a combination of both.

Take note: the courses of the bridging programme are only offered in Dutch.

Master studies abroad

After your advanced bachelor studies in Advanced Business Management, you can progress into a master programme abroad. 


Campus Hertogstraat


University College UCLL is known for the quality of its programmes. It is thus clear that we put a great deal of effort into both quality improvement and quality control. The following principles are key in this respect:

  • An appreciative culture of quality assurance throughout the organisation
  • Systematic and structural quality improvement
  • Stimulation of a critical attitude amongst students, personnel, alumni and professionals​
  • Continuous input of an independent external critical view

​Continuous quality control and improvement

A few years ago, the NVAO (De Nederlands-Vlaamse Accreditatieorganisatie - Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders) virtually abolished the external review committees. Henceforth, each institution decided for itself how quality was controlled. Thus, UCLL devised its own, new system with, amongst other elements, dialogue committees with educational and professional experts. They also systematically asked external experts to examine specific themes, like the interconnecting of education, research and services.