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Pearson College London (including Escape Studios)

Business Management with Global Industries

UCAS Code: 4J59

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

Entry requirements


UCAS Tariff

1-120

We have a dual entry process. Tariff-based entry If you have or are predicted 120 UCAS points from three A Levels, BTEC or other equivalent qualifications then you may be admitted on to the programme based on your UCAS Tariff and a successful interview. Assessment-based entry If you do not have the UCAS tariff points you need, or traditional entry qualifications, you can apply through our assessment-based entry route. You’ll be invited to a Professional Workshop, where you’ll take part in four tasks (including an interview) to help us assess your suitability for the course. Your performance at the Workshop will determine whether we can offer you a place on our programmes.

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About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2020

This degree is an opportunity to learn business on a global scale. You’ll study within a FTSE 100 setting at our Midtown campus in Holborn, with our in-house business incubator and surrounded by global corporations - including our industry partners: IBM and JP Morgan. Be immersed with real-world learning from a combination of lectures, seminars and workshops, taught by a team of tutors with impressive backgrounds in industry.

Learn global business through an exciting mix of contemporary theory and experiences within the industry. Put your talents to the test with exclusive industry workshops! In the past our students have presented to the CEO of Unilever, Paul Polman, and pitched concepts to senior management at IBM and Salesforce. With your guaranteed internship (subject to eligibility criteria), you'll also be encouraged to work and study abroad.

Welcome to a degree where business is approached with an international dimension, including opportunities to work in India and China, preparing you for a business career that transcends national borders.

Modules

LEVEL FOUR - FIRST YEAR

Core module - Principles of Business 1 and 2

Principles of Business is made up of two 30 credit modules which complement each other: Principles of Business 1 and Principles of Business 2. These modules have been designed to give learners a holistic introduction to business.

In Principles of Business 1, learners will be made aware of the many interconnected core areas of business (such as strategy, finance, organisational behaviour, people management, and marketing) that need to be considered in successfully running an organization. The assessment for this module is by an assignment and an exam.

In Principles of Business 2, students will develop an integrated understanding of the operations of a business in the context of real organisations, to inspire them with a real interest in the discipline at the beginning of their degree study. This module proceeds in two parts. The first part consists of an experiential project, and in the second part, students will need to consider and reflect upon the key issues around strategy, leadership, governance and the ability to function as a team. The assessment for this module is by an assignment and a group presentation.

Additional modules:

During the first term, you will be studying two further modules (compulsory by logisitics) Professional Behaviours and Customer Management (15 credits) Introduction to Research (15 credits) Elective modules During the second term you will be able to choose 30 credits from the indicative list, so you can explore business and management broadly in your first year.

LEVEL 5 - SECOND YEAR

Core modules: All Business Management students study these core modules in order to build an understanding of the central functions within an organisation. Strategic Marketing (15 credits) People Management and Leadership (15 credits) Operations and Project Management (15 credits) Introduction to Contract Law (15 credits)
Specialist modules: International Business Region 2 - South America (15 credits) Industry Studies 2 - The Sports Industry (15 credits) Global Markets (15 credits) Evolution of Global Economics (15 credits)

LEVEL 6 - FINAL YEAR

Core modules: Strategic Management (15 credits) Strategic Innovation Management (15 credits) Final Project (30 credits)
Specialist modules: International Business Region 3 - Africa (15 credits) Industry Studies 3 - The IT Industry (15 credits)
Elective modules: In your final year, you will have a choice of 30 credits from our range of elective modules.

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

We’ll challenge you academically, with inspiring, up-to-the-minute course content developed to give you the competencies that employers value. Best of all, we work with a wide range of professional bodies to make sure our degrees are aligned to their qualifications. So, as you study, you’ll gain exemptions from various professional business, management and finance examinations and have the opportunity to take professional qualifications.

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£9,250
for the whole course
England
£9,250
for the whole course
EU
£9,250
for the whole course
International
£9,250
for the whole course
Northern Ireland
£9,250
for the whole course
Scotland
£9,250
for the whole course
Wales
£9,250
for the whole course

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Pearson College London

Department:

Pearson Business School

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