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Undergraduate Pathway in Business

In this pathway you will gain a broad business and management background and the analytical, technical and interpersonal skills needed to understand, analyse and address the issues facing today's companies. By choosing particular modules in the later stages of your degree you will also be granted exemptions from select professional examinations in the fields of accounting, marketing or business and management.

Your Pathway to Brunel University London

High School

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Fees*

2020 Foundation Studies First Year University Studies

EU/Domestic**

£9,250

£9,250

International

£14,900

£15,700

**September is the only available intake for EU/Domestic students who are applying for a Student Finance Loan.

*All LBIC course fees may be subject to a review; please note these fees are a guide only and are subject to change.

Pathway progression

Upon successful completion of your pathway programme you will progress onto Brunel University London. Find out more by watching the video below.

Location

Duration

  • Foundation Studies: Two Semesters
  • First Year Studies: Two Semesters

Intakes

  • Foudation Studies: January, May, September
  • First Year Studies: January, May, September

    *September is the only available intake for EU/UK students who are applying for a Student Finance Loan.

    Foundation Studies

    Typical Modules

    • Economics
    • Interactive Learning Skills and Communication 1
    • Management
    • Marketing
    • Mathematics
    • Principles of Accounting
    • Principles of ICT
    • Statistics

    Foundation Overview

    First Year University Studies

    Typical Modules

    • International Business Environment
    • Interactive Learning Skills & Communication 2
    • Introduction to Accounting
    • Introduction to Management Enquiry
    • Managing Information with Technology
    • Organisational Behaviour and Analysis
    • Principles & Practices of Marketing

    First Year Studies Overview

Course outline

In all Brunel University London business, economic and finance and computer study degrees, students develop a range of skills valued by employers such as communication, critical thinking, analysis, teamwork, career planning and project management. Each programme has a strong contemporary feel and relates theory and concepts to the practical issues facing employers and employees in the 21st Century. Successful completion of the degree can lead to career opportunities in marketing, enterprise, business accounting, accountancy, business operations, HRM, finance, recruitment consulting and other graduate level job depending on which degree path is followed after the Foundation study is completed.

The Programme will be delivered using a combination of Lectures/ Tutorials/Self-directed study:

Lecture 

    • Purpose: To deliver basic module material. 
    • Structure: Each module has 4 hours contact time per week which is normally delivered in 2 hour blocks. No period of contact should exceed fifty (50) minutes at one time without a minimum of a ten (10) minute break.

Formative assessment

This is a key aspect of the programme element and is varied to ensure that a student has a variety of learning opportunities. This will include: individual and group formative assessment methods: presentations, individual and group work; and peer review.

Self-directed study

Each student is expected to undertake a minimum number of hours in individual study per week in order to support and build the skills, knowledge and understanding presented in each lecture and small group tutorial session per week. It is expected that students will increase the number of individual study hours as they approach formal assessment events. The ability for students to expand their learning by creating effective self-directed study patterns is a transferable skill deemed fundamental to further academic success as well as a key time-management tool. All students are provided with access to a range of on-line resources through the student portal. Electronic journals and electronic books are available through the Brunel University e-resources gateway. There will be a focus of using freely available tools and benefiting from the resources available on the internet to support learning. Guest speakers from relevant industries will provide additional perspectives for students.

Our Fast Track programme will enable you to complete your degree at Brunel University London in two years, instead of three.

How this will work:

  • Year 1: May - December
  • Year 2: January - August
  • Year 3: September - May

The Fast track programme will enable you to complete your degree at Brunel University London in 2 years. This option is available for the BSc (Hons) Business and Management degree only.

Start in May 2020 to complete your fast degree in 2 years (instead of 3)!

This pathway leads to the following Brunel University London degrees:

* Only BSc (Hons) Business and Management available in May intake for First Year studies.

Careers and your future

Burnel University London have extensive links with employers and industry and you’ll benefit from our networks as well as having the opportunity to learn from a variety of guest speakers. Our degrees offer an optional work placement year and we’ll encourage you to take this up. This experience in the workplace is highly valued by employers and will give you the edge when you apply for jobs.

Our programmes are built with input from business professionals with the specific aim of helping you enter the workplace fully equipped and confident of your abilities. As a graduate you’ll be equipped to enter a number of roles, including:

  • Business analyst
  • Business development manager
  • Data analyst
  • Insurance underwriter
  • Management consultant
  • Project manager
  • Risk manager
  • Sales executive
  • Stockbroker
  • Supply chain manager

Some of the well-known names who value Brunel Business School graduates include Accenture, Amazon, Barclays, British Airways, Capgemini, HSBC, Jaguar Land Rover, L’Oréal, McCann, Microsoft, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Xerox.

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