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Business

  1. 1. Open Day Business Management BSc(Hons) Business BSc(Hons) With Economics, Finance, Marketing and Human Resource Management pathways
  2. 2. What do we offer?  A friendly, caring, learning environment  Good student facilities (library, online journals, teaching rooms, hot desks)  Wide range of sport and leisure activities  Career-focussed courses
  3. 3.  We have strong links with industry and work with employers to develop relevant programmes  40 years’ experience of running business courses  Most staff worked in industry before joining  Career-focused courses – you will develop the practical skills that employers are looking for Brighton Business School
  4. 4.  Joanna Armstrong  Andrea Benn  Wybe Popma Course management team
  5. 5. Business Management Business Management BSc(Hons) Business Management with Finance BSc(Hons) Business Management with Economics BSc(Hons) Business Management with HRM BSc(Hons) Business Management with Marketing BSc(Hons) Business Business BSc(Hons) Business with Finance BSc(Hons) Business with Economics BSc(Hons) Business with HRM BSc(Hons) Business with Marketing BSc(Hons) Our degrees
  6. 6.  Business Management – ABB at A-level (320 points) Business – BBB at A-level (300 points)  GCSE Maths & English at minimum grade C  BTEC National Diploma DDM  International Baccalaureate 32 points (16 at Higher)  IELTS 6 (inc min. 6 in writing & 5.5 in other elements) Entry requirements
  7. 7.  Cutting edge subjects  Innovative approaches to teaching and learning  Specialisation and depth over final two years: Marketing, Finance, Economic or HRM  Specific placement opportunities  Gateway to professional qualifications  Chartered Management Institute (CMI) level 5 Diploma in Management and Leadership for Business Management students Key features
  8. 8. Teaching staff’s professional experience
  9. 9.  Reflects the world of work  Holistic approach in year one  Create a mental model of business  Allow you to explore where you want to fit in  Choice is key  Develop specialisms  Engage with your learning and take ownership Developing you
  10. 10. Supporting you www.brighton.ac.uk/ask
  11. 11. A solid base – Year 1 Global Business Environment Financial Knowledge and Skills Principles of Marketing Business Project and Skills Human Resources/ Organisational Behaviour
  12. 12. Business project http://vimeo.com/34504766
  13. 13. Specialise in Year 2 Option 1: Award Pathway Option 2 Law for Business Operations Economic and Financial Analysis IT
  14. 14. Year 2, Option 1: Award Pathway Finance Marketing HRM Economics
  15. 15. Year 2, Option 2 Environmental Sustainability Design and Innovation Creativity in Enterprise Purchasing and Supply Community Participation & Development
  16. 16.  Employers in 11 out of 13 key industries are expecting to take on more entry-level graduates in 2013 than in 2012  One-third of entry-level positions are expected to be filled by graduates who have already worked for their organizations Research based on a survey of firms in High Flyers’ report: The Graduate Market in 2013 The Graduate Market – High Fliers Report
  17. 17. Industrial placement salaries 2012/13 Minimum: approx £12,000 Maximum: approx: £22,000 Average: approx £15,500
  18. 18. Examples of placement employers
  19. 19.  Tom: Directline Holidays  Lucy: Telegraph Newspaper  Nikhil & Adeloa: Sky  Sam: Waitrose  Richard: AgustaWestland  David: Channel 4  Peter: Freeview  Anna & Hannah: American Express  Abigail: Investec Asset Management http://youtu.be/HYqOrrfEb-c Graduate successes
  20. 20. Final year – prepare for employment Managing People General Options Research Elective/ Placement Project Strategic ManagementPathway Options
  21. 21. Excellent employability record 92% of Business Management students are employed or continuing their studies within six months of finishing their course. (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2012)
  22. 22.  Programme is flexible  You choose the pathway that suits you  Add value by specialising  Programme develops your skills – academic, professional and personal To summarise
  23. 23. Thank you for attending this presentation

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