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University Centre Grimsby

Business Management with Marketing

UCAS Code: N2N5

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


Access to HE Diploma

P:45

UCAS Tariff

80

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About this course


Course option

3years

Full-time | 2019

Subjects

Marketing

Management studies

In a world where image and reputation are crucial to business success, those who can demonstrate sound business management knowledge with an emphasis on marketing are very much in demand.

A specialism in marketing will open many doors for you in your career, as it is an integral activity for most organisations. In a world where image and reputation are crucial to business success, those who can demonstrate sound business management knowledge with an emphasis on marketing are very much in demand.
The course will provide you with the opportunity to develop marketing and business skills, and key transferable skills, all of which will help you stand out when it comes to securing employment. In addition, you will gain an insight into digital business exploring how technology has remodelled the business world and reflect on the accompanying issues around social responsibility and ethical behaviour.
Your course will foster your intellectual and ethical development and encourage your personal commitment to the socially useful purpose of becoming a business professional.

You will gain a solid grounding in business functions. BA (Hons) Business Management with Marketing will equip you a solid grounding in business functions with the communicative, administrative and creative skills needed to make an impact in the marketing industry.

Business Management with Marketing students will be equipped with the skills, knowledge and understanding to pursue a career in a variety of different marketing roles, exploring and examining the digital marketing realm whilst underpinning their skills with theory, to enable them to develop these skills in a practical manner and be able to work effectively in a marketing business environment. Students will study common modules on this pathway and specialised marketing modules.
Personal development and self-management is a common thread throughout the programme in order to allow students to develop in confidence and capability, leaving with a range of transferable skills to a core array of business sectors, such as; private, public sectors and other such business related professions such as accountancy, personnel, consultancy, business start-up, marketing and administration.
Business weaves itself through the fabric of society, however, arguably, business has a unique element and this is due to how every sector, and every industry is a business. The degree captures what is rich about life and provides all students with an underpinning knowledge. Students develop confidence in being able to perform simple tasks such as being able to talk to a bank manager, deal with a customer in a supermarket or motivate themselves to engage with the world of work, whilst refining more sophisticated skills in dealing with more complex problem solving. Students increasingly engage and develop capacities in the ways of thinking and practising of management, including interaction with industry, finance and the graduate labour market, whilst Students on this particular degree are able to grasp holistically the place of business and the role of themselves within the business world.

Modules

In year One you will discover the business world and engage in a variety of modules that prepare you for a career in management. The modules include Introduction to Enterprise, Business Law, Economics and politics for Business, Introduction to Accounting, Management of People , Customer Service and Marketing, giving the foundations essential for understanding how business works and enables you to learn in a creative, imaginative and innovative way.

Year Two builds on the foundations of year one, with a clear focus on deeper knowledge and understanding of key areas within the business world, and specialising in marketing. Modules include, Marketing Planning, Market Intelligence, International trade and Integration, Research skills, HRM & Employment Law, Organisational Management, Operations & Quality Management and Managing the self.

Year three allows you to specialise further with the opportunity of the dissertation or work based project, aimed at equipping you with specialist knowledge in business and management and covering mandatory marketing modules such as Marketing Communications and International Marketing Strategy. There is also a further choice of modules such as Strategic Human Resource Management, International Business Environment, Public Sector Management, Sustainability, Contemporary Issues in Management and Strategic Management.

Assessment methods

You are assessed through a variety of different methods, written reports, essays and portfolios, presentations and examinations, there is some group work that is formally assessed, all assessments are designed to provide transferable skills for the employment and developing learning. Feedback is provided that enables you to have a clear understanding of how to improve your work.

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£8,500
per year
England
£8,500
per year
EU
£8,500
per year
International
£10,500
per year
Northern Ireland
£8,500
per year
Scotland
£8,500
per year
Wales
£8,500
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Nuns Corner Campus

Department:

HE Business

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