Studying Business Management with us is great if you are still undecided about what you would want to be in the future and are looking for a broad foundation of business as well as a strong focus in management as it covers a variety of subjects other than business.
Our researchers and lecturers all have in depth experience with working in the international landscape as well as industry which is an added advantage as they are able to give a very practical approach to the programme. By the end of this course, you would have developed a reflective outlook on issues relating to your potential future employability and career development as well as future learning development in business.
Based on your academic standing you have the option of spending your second year at our main Lancaster campus in the UK. This is great for those of you who would like to take a year to experience the British culture without putting your studies on hold. Other benefits of a study abroad year is the opportunity to develop your cultural competence and to widen your global network. It broadens your education in a new teaching and learning context and provides you with different perspectives on your discipline.
At LUG, you will have the added advantage of attending guest lectures from practitioners in respected organisations to give you an overview of working in industry and guide you along your career path by giving career advice and answering any questions you may have.
The Business Management class is affiliated to the Business Society which is a student initiative led Society. This Society aims to drive engagement between students, staff, faculty and industry. As a member of this Society, you would work in teams to organise workshops as well as have the opportunity to develop business skills and engage with companies in various industries.
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Statistics and Computing for Management
Business Management – An introduction to Theory and Practice
Intro to Accounting & Finance OR Intro to Marketing OR Principles of Economics
Intro to Statistical Methods For Business
6 optional modules*
Management in the 21st Century
6 optional modules*
- Coursework and Exams
- Form of assessment – report, presentation, class quizzes, presentations, etc
- Exam periods: May and August
Employability is one of the key objectives of this course and the modules prepares you (as well as gives you an edge) to be able to get employed with the necessary skills needed in the industry you plan to practice in. It also prepares you if you intend on continuing this subject as a professional course.
We combine the practical aspects of finance with the business environment – as a student here, you will have the added advantage of being able to engage with and use case studies from real firms to aid you in understanding and appreciating business first hand.