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    UCAS code:

    N105

    Location(s):

    London South East Colleges (Bromley)
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    Overview

    This is a one-year daytime top-up (day) course if you have already achieved either a foundation degree in a business related subject, HND or two years from an accredited university (240 credits).

    It is designed to prepare you for active participation in the management of business. It includes building a wide range of personal skills and experience demanded by employers. It is offered in partnership with Canterbury Christ Church University.

    The degree is designed for individual who already hold a Level 5 qualification related to business. It will prepare individuals for active participation in the management of business and build on a wide range of personal skills and the experience demanded by employers. Studying for a higher education award in business will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to establish a career in business. BSc (Hons) Business Management Level 6 Daytime Top Up is a 1 year full-time degree programme.

      All about the course

      You will study a range of modules that will give you a broad and balanced knowledge of business and develop your own interests as the course progresses, with these interests potentially forming the basis of your Year 3 Dissertation Research Project.

      Entry requirements

      Foundation Degree or HND in Business, Management or related subjects

      Applicants who require a Tier 4 Student Visa need to provide an IELTS 6 with minimum required component scores 5.5 in reading, writing, listening and speaking.

      For more information on the IELTS (International English language Testing System) requirements for this course, please click here to visit our dedicated web page.

      More information about entry requirements.

      Module information

      Please note that the list of optional modules and their availability may be subject to change. We continually review and where appropriate, revise the range of modules on offer to reflect changes in the subject and ensure the best student experience. Modules will vary when studied in combination with another subject.

      Core/optional modules

      How you’ll learn

      Our teaching supports students in reaching their potential in the course. We recognise the diversity of learning styles and techniques they will use and offer a variety of means through which they can engage with the subject: lectures, seminars, discussions, presentations, visiting speakers, digital materials, coursework and tutorials.

      We offer timely feedback from tutors. We also value the learning from students’ experiences with other work and organisations and support their reflections on their academic and personal development. We encourage them to develop skills relevant to life and work as well as for academic study. Typically, teaching takes place in face to face mode and in on-line environments and is informed by student feedback.

      Each module will involve 200 hours of work with 50 of these being contact time including 6 hours of tutorial time across the entire student cohort (lectures and seminars) and the rest self-directed study which includes preparation for and the production of assessments. Our classes are delivered in smaller groups, enabling students to learn and develop understanding using more formative assessments. To enhance student learning your module tutor may direct you towards specific readings and/or activities to complete before class.

      For each 20-credit module, your study time is about 10 hours a week. On average, you should expect to study for 30 hours per week during term time.

      Our faculty staff have a wide range of industry and academic experience and deliver the vast majority of lectures and seminars. We recognise the importance of continuing professional development and the accreditation of awards relating to the HE Sector, such as HEA recognition.

      We will support you every step of the way and in addition to delivering the curriculum we will develop the skills that we know that you will need to flourish in a variety of business environments.

      Nicky LeatherbarrowSection Director - Management and Organisation

      How you’ll be assessed

      A wide variety of assessment methods are employed to develop both academic and professional skills. There is a balance of coursework assessment and examinations in this programme. Coursework will involve the use of essays, reports, presentations, computer- based projects, reflective and critical assignment, research activities and case studies. These will enable you to research and review a wide range of business practice and apply your learning. Examinations and Time-constrained assessments (TCA) are used to recognise end of module achievement, particularly where professional body accreditation is offered, and may involve unseen or open-book exercises.

      Feedback

      You will receive feedback on formal assessments undertaken by coursework. Feedback on examination performance is available upon request from the module leader. Feedback is intended to help you learn and you are encouraged to discuss it with your

      Module tutor. We aim to provide you with feedback within 15 working days from final submission.

      95% Coursework
      5% Exams

      Your future career

      A good BSc (Hons) Business award enables you to continue your studies towards a Master Degree or Membership of professional institutions in areas such as the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) or the Chartered Management Institute (CMI). You will be equipped with skills to enter into a corporate business career, start your own business or enter into more creative industries. The good thing about a business degree is that it can open the door to many opportunities.

      Fees

      This course is delivered in partnership with London South East Colleges (Bromley main site).

      For more information, please visit www.lsec.ac.uk

      Regulated by the Office for Students

      The Office for Students (OfS) regulates Canterbury Christ Church University. The OfS is the independent regulator of higher education in England. It aims to ensure that every student, whatever their background, has a fulfilling experience of higher education that enriches their lives and careers. Further details about its work are available on the OfS website.

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      UCAS code:

      N105

      Location(s):

      London South East Colleges (Bromley)
      Apply via UCAS