International students who do not qualify for direct entry to this degree can prepare at University of Liverpool International College, where successful completion of the Foundation Certificate guarantees entry to this degree. You will receive remote access to your learning resources so you can learn from home as well as campus. Our Business Advisory Board comprise senior business leaders who work closely with us to ensure that our courses are industry-relevant and cutting-edge. We can support you to transfer to Roehampton from another university, into the relevant year of study.

Our innovative BA Business Management Degree, accredited by the Chartered Management Institute , takes a practical approach to exploring contemporary business practices, contexts and debates. You will engage with a broad range of business and management challenges and opportunities allowing you to develop in-depth knowledge alongside industry-relevant skills. The business management course includes specialist modules that provide practical skills in areas such as a strategy, marketing, leadership, risk management and sustainable business.

Formative assessment allows tutors and students to recognise strengths and weaknesses in learning and to address those issues immediately. Summative assessments are graded and count towards the final module grade, and they are assessed against the specific module learning outcomes. You are taught through a combination of interactive workshops, lectures, seminars, laboratory practical sessions, fieldwork, practical activities, etc. Interactive workshops take a variety of formats and are intended to enable the application of learning through discussion and small group activities. Seminars enable the discussion and development of understanding of topics covered in lectures, and laboratory practical sessions are focused on developing subject specific skills and applied individual and group project work.

Will be studying a programme that involves contact with children and/or vulnerable adults or leads to membership of a professional body that deals with children and/or vulnerable adults. To produce an ID card, we need a recent photograph of you that is not obscured and is a true likeness. We will either ask you to send us/upload a photograph in advance of enrolment or take one of you at the point of enrolment.

You will be encouraged to consider relevant philosophies, approaches and methodologies in research such as primary and secondary research, self-completion questionnaires and ethnography, and qualitative and quantitative research. You will consider the role of ethics in research and will learn to apply these methods to a realistic business and management situation. This module introduces you to methods of research and data collection, data analysis, and some financial mathematics used by decision makers in a business or organisational context. It gives a broad appreciation of the role of key methods and approaches essential to commercial decision-making processes.

If you do not meet our IELTS requirements then you may be able to complete a pre-sessional English pathway that enables you to start your course without retaking IELTS. Sorry, the entry requirements for the country that you have selected are not available here. We accept a wide range of qualifications from applicants studying in the EU and other countries.

You’ll graduate from this degree with both the knowledge from a three-year degree as well as key employability skills; helping you to stand out from the crowd in the future. All International applicants to Undergraduate programmes are required to pay a deposit of £2,000 against their first year’s tuition fee. This deposit is payable when you firmly accept an unconditional offer to study with us, and will be offset against your tuition fees when you join King’s. TheKing’s International Foundation Programmehas guaranteed pathways available for progression onto our King’s undergraduate degree programmes, and information can be found on the website. This module critically analyses the theories and models that guide the development of business strategy for the travel sector with reference to current issues and case studies. Students will apply principles to practice through ‘live’ examples, for example strategies of start-up airlines entering scheduled routes.