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BA (Hons) Global Business (Business Management) with Foundation Year


Student Finance Available


Weekdays, evenings and/or weekends


4 Years


London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds


September, February, June

Awarded Degree

BA (Hons) Global Business (Business Management) with Foundation Year

Course Overview

Immerse yourself in the heart of major financial centers with our business management degree, providing an ideal launching pad for a successful leadership career. The initial year encompasses a Foundation Year program, introducing fundamental topics shaping the contemporary business landscape.


The subsequent course delves into key global business and management subjects such as marketing, organizational behavior, international business law, and strategy. In your final year, you have the flexibility to choose between a dissertation, a consulting project, or an internship.

Embarking on a degree-level study equips you with transferable skills applicable in any professional context. Leadership, business operations, strategy, and entrepreneurship—all crucial elements for sustaining global economies—are integral components of our curriculum.

As you formulate and map out your career aspirations, we assist you in aligning with industry specialisms, furnishing you with essential knowledge vital for advancing professionally. Delve into questions like how finances and economics impact management decisions, the role of marketing and communications in business growth, and the core business functions vital for effective management.

Our program hones both core and specialist skills in high demand by both UK and global employers, offering you a competitive edge as you advance in your leadership career.

Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements for Applicants Under 21 Years:

Applicants under the age of 21 must possess a minimum of 80 UCAS tariff points or equivalent qualifications (e.g., a 60-credit Ofqual qualification at level 3). Additionally, applicants should have 5 GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above, or equivalent qualifications. Those who fall short of these requirements will be considered on an individual basis.


Applicants Aged 21 and Above:

For individuals aged 21 and above who do not meet the standard entry requirements, we consider life/work skills that would make them suitable for undergraduate study through our Foundation program.


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