The University of Buckingham is:
o Home of the 2-year degree – less cost and more focus
o Top for Teaching Quality (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide)
o Top for Student Satisfaction (National Student Survey and Complete University Guide)
o Small group teaching focused – student:staff ratio of 11:1
o Flexible – start your course in September or January
The BSc Business and Management 3 year programme will benefit those individuals who wish to study an undergraduate degree but have non-standard academic qualifications.
Year one will follow the Foundation Pathway programme, and introduce students to key concepts and study skills. In years two and three students will build on these skills and enhance their knowledge, understanding and practice in core subjects. Throughout the three years a student will be equipped with the skills to reach their potential in academic studies.
The BSc in Business and Management aims to equip graduates with analytical and decision-making skills relevant to career development in the wider business context.
Business organisations do not exist in isolation and much of the early part of the programme is focused on understanding the various external driving forces for change and the internal responses necessary for business to survive and prosper. The programme provides a blend of theoretical and practical study, never losing sight of employers’ requirements and students’ career aspirations. At no point in recent history has there been such an exciting time to study the dynamics of business and its role in the global environment.
The programme is designed to develop skills in solving business problems that are transferable organisationally and internationally across business environments. Business and Management is a broad based programme that relies to some extent on conventional methods of teaching and learning. However, it is also a live subject, and so practical and real-life projects are introduced to enhance the learning experience and to produce graduates equipped to meet the needs of commerce and industry. This approach is often highly participatory and may involve visits to selected companies to complement classroom activities.
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