Course Type / Attendance
Part Time, Higher Education
Business and Management
January and September
Adult, Higher Education
Award to be received
Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE)
Who is this course for?
The course is for people who would like a highly regarded business qualification that focuses on practical skills and knowledge. It will help improve your job prospects within many different types of organisations in addition to proving a platform for further study.
What do you need to apply for the course?
You are able to apply for this course if you have any of the following:
You should be over 18 have a relevant Level 3 qualification and at least 40 UCAS points.
For example, this might be from a GNVQ Advanced, a BTEC National Certificate or Diploma, an AVCE, an NVQ or one A-level pass.
Or if you have appropriate work experience, and are aged over 21, we will also be happy to consider your application.
Level 2 in English and maths
To apply for the full time course please apply through UCAS
What are the key things you'll learn?
The core units of this course are:
Business and the Business Environment
Management and Operations
Human Resource Management
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
Managing a successful business Project
How you will learn
On this course you will experience a combination of teaching and learning styles as follows:
- Practical and theoretical classroom teaching
- Library drop-in sessions
- Directed work with other students
- Directed private study
Assessments will incorporate workplace knowledge. You may have reports, portfolios, case studies and timed assessments to complete. Each unit is assessed individually and via different means.
Where could this course take you?
After the completion of this course you can progress to employment, a part time HND or to a range of study options in Higher Education. Employment opportunities available include: management, administration, personnel, marketing, accounting, and law.
What costs will you incur?
The course currently costs £2,300 per year
Some additional expense might be required for notebooks, stationary and potential field trips.