​UWL – BA(Hons) in

Business Studies with Marketing

(3 Year)

Entry Level

High School Leaving Certificate with minimum 15/20 and IELTS 5.5 or equivalent

Duration

3 years

Accreditation

Recognised by UK NARIC and KYSATS

Course Aims

For over 50 years, our Business Studies degree has achieved a reputation for meeting educational and professional needs, both nationally and internationally. We were among the first to offer a Business Studies degree, and the School maintains strong links with major professional institutes, including the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Chartered Management Institute, the Institute of Direct and Digital Marketing and the Chartered Institute of Personnel.
 
Building on these foundations, we have made innovative revisions to our curriculum and teaching methods. Our major difference from our competitors is the range and type of modules we offer in our core Business Management programme, along with our links with employers and industry.
 
Giving you the information, tools, techniques and experience you need to devise creative solutions to the full range of business problems, this course offers a real opportunity to start a rewarding career.

The emphasis of this course in on marketing, yet you will develop a critical understanding of ethical principles and practice, and an awareness of effective management and marketing practice. You will also gain an understanding of the many contexts in which businesses operate – from SMEs (small and medium enterprises) to larger firms. But your main focus will be on products, distribution, pricing and promotion, and how these affect consumer behaviour.

Developed in partnership with local business organisations, both public and private, this course will help you meet the many challenges of managing in the complex, dynamic and exciting world of business.

Ethics and morals will play a major part in your studies – so you will study the environmental aspects of business, and how globalisation fits in. You will also study the increasing use of ICT and the development of entrepreneurship. And there will be plenty of time, with help at hand, to work on your own personal interests and development needs in the field of business and finance.

Exit skills

Our aim is to produce graduates with all the skills and abilities needed to flourish in the world of business marketing and management. We hope you will leave us being:

• a confident and independent learner with sound underpinnings of business knowledge and behaviour;
• an inspired decision maker, putting all your knowledge to use in reaching creative and effective solutions to complex business situations;
• someone who could make the most of postgraduate or professional study;
• an effective team player but also someone able to work independently;
• someone who doesn’t see a job as the end of their studies but just the start of Continuous Professional Development and Lifelong Learning.

 

Career progression

Our BA (Hons) Business Studies course aims to open doors.

We give you all the knowledge, experience and skills you’ll need to go out and start a rewarding career in the fields of business marketing or management.

We’ll have done our bit – now it’s up to you.

Study progression

The Claude Littner Business School offers postgraduate courses, which build upon this degree. Successful graduates can choose to progress onto one of the following courses:
MBA (with appropriate work experience)
MA/MSc International Business Management
MSc Project Management
MSc Corporate Communication
MA Marketing
MA Human Resource Management.

Testimonials

Teaching methods

How you learn is almost as important as what you learn and it’s our job to make sure that we give you all the information you need in as interesting and engaging way as possible. There will be lectures, seminars, tutorials and workshops where you will listen and learn, discuss and gain hands-on experience.

Coursework

As you would expect, throughout the course there will be a healthy amount of coursework for you to complete, as well as exam assessment and assessed group work and presentations. The aim of these exercises is to see just how far you are progressing in the course. Don’t forget, we will always be available to give you a helping hand should you need one.

Entrance Requirements

– School leaving Certificate with an Average of 15/20 or equivalent
– IELTS minimum 5.5. or GCSE C or 15/20 in the English language subject of the High School Leaving Certificate or equivalent.

Recognition

The above programme is recognised by UK Naric, and as such is recognisable throughout the world, and by local authorities in Cyprus i.e. KYSATS. It offers Cypriot students the opportunity to apply for a government subsidy of up to 3417 Euros.

Learn more about this course by visiting the UWL website.

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