Business And Management Courses

Good performance in additional Highers/Advanced Highers will normally be required. Applicants who have achieved AABB , are encouraged to apply and will be considered. The information below is provided as a guide only and does not guarantee entry to the University of Aberdeen.

You will identify how the macro environment affects the fashion industry sector and consumer groups and how it operates, introducing you to the various market levels and sectors. This unit introduces you to the fundamental principles of the cosmetic & beauty business & practices through a global lens. You will identify how the macro environment affects the cosmetic and beauty industry sector and consumer groups and how it operates, introducing you to the various market levels and sectors. This module is designed to provide an insight into the theories and contemporary management practice within the creative industries both in the UK and globally.

Gain an elite qualification that will mark you out as an outstanding contributor to your field. Make your mark in the marketing world with this MBA based at our partner study centres in Malaysia and Uzbekistan. Benefit from Sunderland’s expertise in business without leaving your home region. Study business at degree level even if you don’t have the right qualifications. This course will give you a firm grounding in the essentials of business, with a particular focus on skills and knowledge that foster success in marketing. This is a four-year version of our popular BA Business and Marketing Management course, with an integrated foundation year.

Once you have submitted an application, the Admissions Office may contact you via King’s Apply to ask for further details on your qualification, such as a list of modules and course specifications. We are unable to accept Foundation programmes that are integrated as part of a main degree at another institution. Our graduates are highly employable, entering careers that include banking, consultancy, accountancy, marketing, advertising and management.

You’ll develop a range of transferable skills and become more commercially aware. Our multidisciplinary approach means that you will learn practical skills to help you land the right job, as well as gain the rigorous academic knowledge that you require to progress throughout your degree. In this module, we shall consider how and why the ‘enterprise culture’ has become such a popular phrase for individuals, organisations, communities and governments alike. This is done by examining the various historical, economic, political and social assumptions about the nature of enterprise and entrepreneurship. Organisations are becoming increasingly dependent on their information systems for business success. Organisation structures and systems are changing rapidly and this places an extra burden on managers to identify their information requirements.

The modules offered may change from time to time to better reflect developments in the world of business. In your final year you also have the opportunity to take a work experience module in a charity or not-for-profit organisation. Our BSc in Business Management is designed to develop your understanding of management techniques and the forces at work in business. You’ll build on your creative thinking, communication and analytical skills while learning about key business practices like accounting, marketing, human resources and organisational innovation.

You’ll experience a variety of assessment methods, including exams, coursework, group work and presentations. You will be able to submit formative and summative work for assessment, and you’ll receive feedback to help you identify areas for improvement and areas of strength. You could go on to any number of business disciplines, or choose to combine them all by working in general or senior management, by starting your own business, or by returning to your family business. 24 points from the International Baccalaureate, see more information aboutIB entry requirements.

Equally important is developing your ability to use contemporary knowledge to understand how creatives work sustainably in specialised industries and to integrate your colleagues’ contributions ethically. If you opt to complete a professional practice year, this will take place in year three. You will undertake a placement within the creative industries to further develop your skills and CV. Effective supply chain management minimises cost, waste and time in the production cycle.

Other students have gone on to start their own companies or pursue further studies. Through these links, you’ll have the chance to gain commercial experience through an optional paid work placement or a summer internship. In your first year, you’ll study a module in Digital Business, which will equip you with the digital skills you need to succeed in the modern workplace. This course will prepare you for a rewarding management career, within the fast-paced world of business. Queen Mary offers a generous package of scholarships and bursaries, which currently benefits around 50 per cent of our undergraduates.