Bachelor of Administration | UWC

APS Required



3 year(s)


Bachelor's Degree





  • Minimum 30 UWC APS
  • English: Code 4 (Home or First Additional Language)
  • Any other language: Code 3 (Home or First Additional)
  • Maths Code 3 or Maths Literacy Code 5

Career Prospects

  1. Administrative Manager: Oversee and coordinate administrative functions and support services within organizations, ensuring efficient operations, compliance with policies and regulations, and effective utilization of resources. Administrative managers manage office staff, supervise administrative processes, and implement systems and procedures to optimize organizational productivity and performance.
  2. Human Resources Specialist: Focus on recruiting, training, and managing personnel within organizations, addressing employee relations, performance management, compensation, and benefits administration. Human resources specialists develop HR policies, conduct recruitment and selection processes, provide employee training and development, and resolve workplace conflicts and grievances to support a positive organizational culture and employee engagement.
  3. Office Administrator: Manage day-to-day administrative tasks and office operations, including office supplies procurement, correspondence management, scheduling, and facility maintenance. Office administrators oversee administrative staff, coordinate office logistics, and ensure smooth functioning of office processes and procedures to support organizational efficiency and effectiveness.
  4. Public Administration Officer: Work in government agencies, public sector organizations, or non-profit institutions, managing public services, policy implementation, and program administration. Public administration officers develop and implement government policies and programs, manage public resources, and collaborate with stakeholders to address societal needs and promote public welfare and development.
  5. Business Analyst: Analyze organizational processes, systems, and data to identify business needs, opportunities, and areas for improvement, recommending strategies and solutions to enhance organizational performance and efficiency. Business analysts conduct research, gather requirements, and facilitate communication between stakeholders to support informed decision-making and business transformation initiatives.
  6. Project Coordinator: Support project management activities, including project planning, scheduling, budgeting, and resource allocation, to ensure successful project execution and delivery. Project coordinators assist project managers in coordinating project teams, tracking project progress, resolving issues, and communicating with stakeholders to achieve project objectives and milestones.
  7. Management Consultant: Provide advisory services and strategic guidance to organizations seeking to improve their operations, processes, and performance. Management consultants assess organizational challenges, analyze data, develop recommendations, and facilitate change management initiatives to help clients achieve their business goals and objectives.
  8. Entrepreneur/Small Business Owner: Start and manage your own business venture or entrepreneurial endeavor, applying administrative and management skills to launch, grow, and sustain a successful business enterprise. Entrepreneurs identify business opportunities, develop business plans, manage finances, and oversee day-to-day operations to drive business growth and success.
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