BSc (Hons) Business Management

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Business Management, Entrepreneurship and Finance

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Fees and Funding

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Overview

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

MODULES

  • Core Modules
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    Developing Academic Skills

    The main aim of this module is to equip you and develop the academic skills necessary to study at an HEI. This includes an introduction to the structure of higher education and also the learning and study skills necessary to produce quality pieces of work.

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    Developing Academic Literacy

    The aim of this module is for you to develop confidence and autonomy through ‘learning by doing’ process. It will help you develop your academic literacy, appropriate academic voice and skills and to express argument(s) by using credible academic sources. Additionally, it helps you to apply theoretical concepts/positions in their coursework and also to demonstrate these properly in written form. It is also designed to ensure you understand the concept of academic integrity and associated protocols and the use of Word and referencing tools such as Endnote.

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    Employability in Hospitality, Events and Tourism (Mental Wealth)

    The main aim of this module is to familiarise you with the qualities required to identify, secure and retain graduate employment in the dynamic and customer centric industries of Hospitality, Events and Tourism Management. You will gain an understanding of the skills essential to working in the HET Industries to impact positively on the customer, ways of building relationships with customers and influencing positive experiences for the customer and business. This seeks to identify and meet the "soft-skills" and work readiness skills that most employers demand.

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    Inside Business

    This module is designed to give you a broad introduction to the main functions within a business, and assess how associated decisions are made. The aim is to provide you with an understanding of the relevance of these key topics in preparation for future studies in Business or its associated specialisms.

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    The Global Business Enterprise

    This module aims to offers you with a sound base in business and enterprise and support further studies. The module is built around developing your knowledge of the environment within which business, enterprise and entrepreneurship operate and will give you a solid scaffolding for expanding their knowledge of the area.

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    Connecting to Business and Employment through Volunteering

    This module provides you with the opportunity to engage in an activity as a volunteer in a social enterprise or charity. The experience will enable you to witness business processes practice and enables you to identify and try different styles of work. The activity itself will offer you with valuable networking opportunities, the development of employability skills, and experience that can enhance your CV.

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    People and Organisations

    This module will introduce you to the variety of work organizations. You will also understand and explore the psychological, sociological and economic explanations of human behaviour in organisations.

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    Fundamentals of Economics

    The module aims to enable you to develop an understanding of the basic economic concepts, theories, ideas and tools and their real-world application.

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    Mental Wealth 1: Academic and Digital Proficiency

    The module will equip you to succeed in both your studies and subsequent career. This includes the development of individual non-cognitive intelligence; digital proficiency; and cultural intelligence.

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    Foundations of Marketing

    The main aims of this module are to introduce you to the fundamentals of the Marketing discipline, many of which are developed further in subsequent Level 5 and Level 6 marketing study.

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    Fundamentals of Business Accounting

    This module will develop and prepare you for entry into the professional workplace or further studies in accounting and finance. As part of this module, you will learn and develop a sound basis of theory and principles, accounting techniques and skills necessary as a foundation for further study and practical experience in accounting.

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    Managing Sustainable Operations

    The aim of this module is to develop students’ interest, knowledge and understanding of how the processes of designing, producing and delivering products, services are carried out. This module has close relationships with other modules on the programme including those in the areas of competitive advantage, innovation, entrepreneurship and marketing.

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    Business Management Internship

    To provide students with experience of work including familiarisation with the professional work environment. The module will be underpinned by employability skills training, reflective assessment and support from programme leader and other members or UEL staff.

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    Project Management

    The aim of this module is to develop your interest, knowledge and understanding of how a successful project is planned developed, monitored and managed. This module has close relationships operations management, but explores the specific demands of the delivering the successful project.

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    Mental Wealth 2: Graduate Employment Competencies

    This module will provide you with the opportunity to document the development of core employability skills and allow students to acquire tangible evidence to support your employability narrative at interviews.

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    Consumer Insight

    The main aim of this module will enable you to understand the behaviour of people as consumers by analysing the practices and processes involved in the act of consumption. This understanding precedes all marketing actions and is one of the critical components of marketing analysis essential for strategic decision making within a business context.

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    Mental Wealth 3: Global Enterprise and Consultancy

    This module will develop core employability skills and allow you to develop and demonstrate skills in (i) the analysis of a problem (ii) planning and organising a task, including time management (iii) exercising judgement in the light of observed and published data (iv) compiling a report, (v) teamwork and collaboration and (vi) use of appropriate technologies.

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    Corporate Social Responsibility & Ethics

    The aims of the module are to develop a critical appreciation of the key principles of business ethics, corporate responsibility/citizenship and sustainability, and the relation of these to the workplace and encourage you to critique theories of management and leadership from the perspective of ethics.

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    Applied Business Project

    The aim of this module is to enable you to conduct a live applied business project. This could include a work-based project, report on internship or placement (paid or unpaid), business simulation, Bloomberg project, project management report, or case study.

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    Strategy and Design in an International Context

    Small and big, public, private or third sector, all organization success is linked to their strategy. The module will provide you the opportunity to investigate how organizations analyse their external environment and use their internal resources to gain, and sustain, a competitive advantage.

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    Intrapreneurship and Entrepreneurship in Practice

    This module will enable you to critically appreciate a range of tools and techniques that aid the development of entrepreneurial activity from the position of the entrepreneur and that of the intrapreneur. You will engage in activities which will develop your abilities for idea prioritisation and recognise those that are worthy of pursuit in terms of the wider operational framework, market and economic conditions.

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    Sustainability and Transformational Leadership

    This module will enable you to understand the concepts and debates on sustainability at the firm level and develop a critical appreciation of sustainability innovation within the triple-bottom-line and the responsible enterprise.

HOW YOU'LL LEARN

HOW YOU'LL BE ASSESSED

CAMPUS and FACILITIES

University Square Stratford

University Square Stratford, University Square Stratford

WHO TEACHES THIS COURSE

The teaching team includes qualified academics, practitioners and industry experts as guest speakers. Full details of the academics will be provided in the student handbook and module guides.

YOUR FUTURE CAREER