It gives your guidance on how to use feedback effectively to improve and develop your academic skills and improve your performance. It provides the opportunity to create an action plan for your personal and professional development whilst at university. Drawing on both historical and contemporary sources, this module introduces you to a range of approaches to, and ways of thinking about, organisations and their management.

More information on our definition of Standard, Minimum and Adjusted entry qualifications. 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.

Our academic staff have extensive experience of organisations and will support you to connect your learning to the realities of business and management. Gain the knowledge and skills you need to succeed in a career in business, or management more widely. This degree covers the core areas of corporate life, including managing people, operations, logistics, marketing, finance, and ethical management.

If you select Essex as your firm choice, you will be able to take advantage of a flexible offer. This offer will specify alternative entry requirements to those published on our website. Essex Business School is home to practising academics who are active and influential in their field, such as Lecturer in Management and Marketing Dr Muhammed Akran. He is particularly interested in digital technologies and their impacts on consumer behaviour and marketing strategy. On this course, you learn what’s involved in managing organisations in an increasingly complex world. We look at the enduring patterns in how people, groups, organisations, economies and societies function and interact.

The University will consider students who have taken GCE A Level examinations, the International Baccalaureate , or a suitable foundation programme, such as one of our Foundation Pathways, for entrance to undergraduate programmes. The University will consider students who have taken GCE A Level examinations, the International Baccalaureate , or a suitable foundation programme, such as the Foundation Pathways, for entrance to undergraduate programmes. We have worked hard on the programme development to ensure that assessments are authentic towards building relevant workplace skills. Assessments are predominantly coursework based and include tasks such as management reports, presentations, research based projects and applied tasks.

Not only will you gain valuable experience, but you will also become much more confident in your abilities. We will cover topics such as the importance of managing a business’ assets and creating value from them, how to create and manage sustainable supply chains, the principles and practices of the international supply chain, and supply chain strategy. Importantly, you will also learn to see things differently, by working with students from many other countries — both in your classes and online through joint projects with our overseas partner universities. You will see how people from different cultures tackle the same business issue and discover that who we are and where we are affects how we do business. If you do not achieve the typical entry points required, you may want to consider studying this course with foundation year. The module gives you the opportunity to investigate in-depth a specialist academic or practice-based topic for which you have a passion for knowing more within your field of study.

Requests should be submitted via a message on King’s Apply with an explanation of the reason for making the request. Gain valuable work experience in your third year to enhance your career prospects when you graduate. Our research-led curriculum encourages critical analysis and debate on a wide range of contemporary management issues. Improving social inclusion for London’s young people London Met’s Widening Participation team work with young people across London and host a range of taster days to give tomorrow’s leaders a taste of university life.

Additionally, selling has a broader perspective as it enables students to learn how to be more persuasive while remaining ethical in their business transactions. As a business management student, you will develop a good knowledge of international management theory and learn how to apply it to business scenarios. With modules such as Business Ethics & Sustainability and Digital & Business Skills, the focus is very much on developing you as a rounded business professional. You’ll not only graduate with an advanced knowledge of management theory, but with the experience, professional skills and industry insights to start an exciting career across multiple sectors. The module is designed to be used by Level 4 undergraduate students on a range of programmes.

This module aims to equip you with the analytical skills required to handle and analyse business, financial and economic data using basic econometric methods, including simple and multiple linear regression models, inference and hypothesis testing. As part of this module, you will get hands-on experience with the Data Analysis Toolkit within Excel and the Econometric/Statistical software package Stata. You will also undertake an applied empirical project where you are expected to demonstrate your understanding of data analysis and econometric methods. Will be introduced to a variety of data analysis methods, which will be practiced on real world data sets. Regular formative assessment will be set for practice, with timely feedback given to aid learning and personal development.