BA(Hons) Business Management (top up)
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Graduates with management skills are increasingly highly prized by employers. Having the right qualifications in place can lead to better job prospects and higher earning potential.
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Course description: We will use a wide variety of techniques to deliver this course, including lectures, demonstrations, presentations, seminars, group work, simulations and considering case studies, as well as asking for some degree of independent learning from yourself.
This course is demanding of your time and it will be very important to create an effective balance between your personal circumstances and the commitment you will need to make to complete all of the modules. We expect that on average students will need to spend around twelve hours a week studying in addition to the timetabled hours for modules studied.
All of City College Norwich’s Degree programmes are validated by the UEA, meaning that the quality of the awards you get is assured by a world renowned Higher Education organisation. The UEA is a UK top 20 and world top 150 university.
Your programme of study will depend on the qualifications that you had before you began the course.
Modules you will study are:
Entry requirements: This course is designed for students who have achieved 240 credits from a Business Management Foundation Degree and would like to top-up their learning to achieve a BA (Hons) qualification.
Students applying from outside City College Norwich (UEA), and have a similar business related degree to one awarded at this College, will need to successfully compete our Accredited Prior Learning (APL) process before entry to this one year BA (Hons)Top-Up degree.
Applications from students whose first language is not English are welcome. We require evidence of proficiency in English (including writing, speaking, listening and reading), the required minimum is:
IELTS (SELT): 6.0 overall (minimum 5.5 in all components)
Or GCSE English A*-C
Or equivalent qualification. Please contact the Advice Shop for advice and guidance
International candidates are also actively encouraged to access the International Students webpage.
Learning outcome: The course will develop your skills in work based leadership and management as well as enabling you to work more efficiently and effectively. It will also teach you to consider how an organisation functions, to equip you with the skills to review performance and to manage the career progression of other team members.
This course is just as relevant for students who would like to move into the public sector as the private sector, or for those who would like to become self-employed.
Objective: The aim of this course is to equip you with a wide range of knowledge and practical skills that will enable you to succeed in a business environment.
Assessment: Your work on this course will be assessed by a number of methods including coursework, project work and examination.
Academic progression: Many of our students have gone on to achieve further qualifications such as the Postgraduate Diploma in Management Studies or a related masters programme.
Career progression: Graduates with management skills are increasingly highly prized by employers. Having the right qualifications in place can lead to better job prospects and higher earning potential.
Our students have been very successful in building excellent business careers in their chosen fields.
Course fee per year: £7 500.00
Costs: Please see our Higher Education funding page for details of support available.
For international students, please contact our International Student Adviser in the first instance. We also recommend you take a look at our International Students webpage.
BA(Hons) Business Management (top up)