Business And Management

This unit provides an introduction to audience research in the creative industries, aiming to evaluate how audiences play a key role in shaping creative and cultural experiences and marketing activities in contemporary business environments. A five year course, including a foundation year to help develop your creativity before you embark on year one of a degree, and a year on a professional placement gaining valuable industry experience prior to your final year of study. Make an impact on global business organisations with the practical skills, industry experience and entrepreneurial spirit you’ll gain on our BA/BSc Business and Management degree course. If you’re an international student and you don’t meet the English language requirements for this programme, you may be able to study our undergraduate pre-sessional English course, to help improve your English language level. If you are an international student and your school qualifications are not accepted for direct entry to the University you may be eligible for admission to this degree programme through our International Foundation Programme. However, you will need a strong academic performance in Year 1 (minimum first-year average 60%) to be offered a place at one of our partner universities/business schools.

If you don’t have a suitable qualification for direct entry to a UK university, we can help with our Foundation year courses. We are unable to accept Foundation programmes that are integrated as part of a main degree at another institution. Remember that many employers accept applications from graduates with any degree subject, so don’t restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here. We award scholarships and grants for travel, academic excellence, or to students from underrepresented backgrounds. If you’re a UK or EU student and your household income is under £25,000 a year, you may be able to get a University of Southampton bursary to help with your living costs. Many of our graduates get places on recruitment programmes at organisations such as JP Morgan.

Through optional modules, in addition to developing your digital information skills, you could explore topics such as employment law, advertising, managing technology at work and international business. Business Management at Aberdeen is a wide-ranging programme and you will benefit from the University’s holistic approach to the subject. You will have the opportunity to study a range of optional courses alongside compulsory courses. Applicants who hold the South African National Senior Certificate (or pre-2008 the Senior Certificate with matriculation) will be considered for entry onto our undergraduate degree programmes. The University will consider students who have taken A Level examinations and the International Baccalaureate for entrance to undergraduate programmes.

We use a variety of assessment methods to help you develop a range of transferable skills that you’ll need in professional life. These are likely to include coursework, exams, oral presentations, group reports and dissertations. These modules will focus on topics such as human resource management, management consulting, marketing strategy, and managing digital information and technology.

In a dynamic and interconnected global economy, the role of management has never been more important. We consider the strength of our applicants’ portfolios, as well as their grades – in these cases, a strong portfolio is especially important. “This is a course with lots of promise and it provides the perfect balance between the creative and theoretical aspects of Business Management.” Data Mining focuses on the use of automation to uncover relationships within datasets that can be used to support improved decision processes.

If you’ve received an offer to study with us, we’ll invite you to one of our applicant days, which take place between November and April. These applicant days have a strong department focus and give you the chance to really explore student life here, even if you’ve visited us before. All of our undergraduate courses offer the flexibility to add a placement year. We’ll add ‘Degree with Employment Experience’ to the end of your degree title to reflect your time spent in industry. Studying Business Management has boosted my confidence Titus Kuhora BA Business Management Titus shares what it’s like to study as an international student at Sheffield and why Sheffield gives you the ‘best of both worlds’.

We advertise posts in all locations in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors, including some international posts. For Medicine country specific requirements, please visit our Applying to Medicine websitelook for International Applicants. Candidates who have completed the Título Intermedio (2-3 years) can be considered for first and/or second year entry, depending on subject fit.

Undergraduate students can expect around 15 contact hours per week, depending on year of study and optional module choices made. The remainder of the working week consists of self-guided study based on degree programme content and requirements of specific modules. Many students who have studied in the Philippines have followed a 12 year education system. For admission onto an undergraduate degree programme, the University of Birmingham requires all applicants to have studied for 13 years, and therefore you may need to take a foundation year before commencing your undergraduate programme. The University will considered students who have grades required are I – II in six CAPE units, including 2 double-unit level courses with a minimum of II in each of these double-unit courses. The requirement for a subject taken to include I for A (A-level equivalent) and II for a B (A-level equivalent) in any required subject.