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Are you looking for a career in business and management?
This degree is designed to equip you with the core knowledge to understand how businesses and organisations function and the skills to develop and thrive. You cover core areas such as finance, marketing, operations, strategy, customers, information technology, and people. You also develop the softer skills in dealing with people that organisations find so valuable.
More information about the modules studied on this programme can be found here.
HOW LONG DOES THE COURSE LAST
Full-time the course last three years. Part time the course lasts six years. Students can start the course either in September/October or February/March
This course is validated by The Open University with commendations for:
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Business and management graduates are well placed to further their careers in the business environment. The kinds of exciting and challenging areas graduates progress to include finance, marketing, operations, accountancy, sales, human resource management, advertising and retail. The options in the final year in areas such as public sector management and leadership and management in Not for Profit organisations provide further areas of opportunity. You can also continue your studies with further academic and professional courses. The degree in business and management opens the doors to a wide range of possibilities.
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The course is £6,000 per year for full time study, or £3000 per year for part time study. More information about fees and the grants and loans available.The information which describes this course was accurate at the time of publication. Newham College reserves the right to amend, withdraw or cancel any part of the programmes, locations, facilities and costs at any time.Note that the last opportunity to get a maintenance loan is for the February 2016 intake.
Students are offered a place on the basis of: 160 UCAS Points (Feb 2017 Starts) and 64 UCAS points (Sep 2017 starts) OR Access Diploma OR Level 0 Preparatory Course OR Interview/Diagnostics OR Professional StandingAll students must also be interviewed before being accepted.Students accepted on interview, and without level 2 qualifications in English and mathematics will normally be excepted to successfully complete additional study in academic English and numeracy in their first year.
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