Foundation Degree in Business Management (Part Time)

Code: FDL5BUSNC1P18/19

Course Information

This course has rolling start dates.
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Wood Street Campus

Fee Information

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This programme is for people with a Level 3 qualification (160 UCAS points) or those who have relevant work experience and wish to study for a higher level qualification in business. Full time (over 2 years) and part time (over 3 years) study options are available.

A full Level 3 qualification (160 UCAS points) or extensive relevant work experience, as well as maths and English at Level 2 - GCSE grade C (4/5).

The programme includes the following modules; professional study skills, the business environment, contemporary marketing, people and performance, business law, information systems and data analysis, career planning, leading and managing teams, project management, financial management and enterprise & innovation.

Assessment is through a mixture of individual and group assignments, a dissertation report and occasional presentations and classroom-based examinations.

Foundation Degree in Business Management

Please complete an application form and return to the College - either online, by post or in person at the Wood Street Campus.

Yes, you will need to meet with a member of staff for an interview and an initial assessment.

If applying for year 2 of the programme you must have completed year 1 Foundation Degree in Business. If applying for year 3 you must have completed year 2 Foundation Degree in Business.

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