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Heart of Worcestershire College

Business Management (Top Up)

UCAS Code: 9N27

Bachelor of Arts - BA

Entry requirements


HND (BTEC)

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Applicants will normally have completed an HND/ Foundation Degree in Business and/or Management. Other equivalent level 5 qualifications in Business and/ or Management (including international equivalents) and non-business qualifications such as HND in Computing, HND in Leisure and Tourism are also considered.

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About this course


Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2020

Have you previously competed a HND/FdA in Business (or similar course) and feel it’s now time to go ahead and achieve a full honours degree in Business Management? If so, this top-course is the one for you! This course enables you to convert a HND or Foundation Degree in Business and/or Management (or equivalent qualification) to a full BA (Hons) in Business Management in only one year. The course is validated by Staffordshire University.
During the course, you will further explore many of the business and management topics you have already covered during your HND/Foundation Degree course, but at a more strategic level. You will also further develop your leadership potential and the skills required to; conduct in-depth inquiry, solve complex problems and undertake critical evaluation.

Modules

Modules include:
––Applied Business Research
––Global Business Directions
––Strategic Management in Organisations
––Learning, Knowledge and Performance
––Brand Identities and Communities

Assessment methods

The course is continually assessed via a variety of assessment methods
including: reports, essays, individual/ group projects and presentations.

We aim to deliver a stimulating and challenging programme of study that is
both engaging and memorable for our students. Our small class sizes allow for;
innovative delivery, targeted personal support and regular one-to-one tutorials.

All lecturers who deliver on this course hold Masters degree qualifications and/or
professional qualifications in their specialist subjects. In addition, all staff teaching on
the course have relevant occupational experience at an appropriate level of seniority.

Tuition fees

Select where you currently live to see what you'll pay:

Channel Islands
£8,000
per year
England
£8,000
per year
EU
£8,000
per year
Northern Ireland
£8,000
per year
Scotland
£8,000
per year
Wales
£8,000
per year

Extra funding

Heart of Worcestershire College is offering HE scholarships at £2000 each to all first year full time HE students. The funding will paid as follows; £400 end of October, £800 end of January and £800 end of May. If you are applying for your first year of your first Higher Education course and have “Firmly” accepted an offer of a place on a HE programme at Heart of Worcestershire College as your first choice (not insurance) you may be eligible. To be eligible you must meet the national criteria:
• Normally resident in England

• Have a household income of less than £25,000 (as assessed through Student Finance England)

• Self funding, not sponsored by an employer, the NHS nor the Training and Development Agency for Schools.

Please note that due to the limited nature of these funds meeting the criteria does not equate to an entitlement to a scholarship. Each application will be considered by the panel of senior staff based on the information provided.

The Uni


Course location:

Worcester

Department:

Business Management

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