Bachelor's Degrees in UK

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The UK is home to some of the most prestigious universities in the world which makes it a very sought after destination for education. Aside from having world-class academic programs, the UK is a melting pot of cultures and people, making it truly an international country. Students that pursue a Bachelor degree in UK will have no shortage of things to do in their spare time, such as visiting dynamic cities, charming towns, historic castles, beautiful countryside, excellent museums, and plenty of cultural activities.

The Bachelor degree in UK programs are of excellent quality with modern and innovative facilities and technologies as well as expert, international faculties. Students that choose a Bachelor degree in UK will have the opportunity for personal, professional, and intellectual growth through programs that are structured to graduate well-rounded and competent individuals. Students have a variety of Bachelor degree in UK programs to choose from in the areas of health, business, science, fine arts, liberal arts, and social science.

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Bachelor in Common Law (LLB Hons)

Online Full time Part time 3 - 6 years September 2015 UK Coventry + 1 more

This programme will enable you to acquire knowledge, understanding and a range of practical skills relating to the discipline and study of law. These... [+]

Bachelor in Common Law (LLB Hons)

Law degrees are well regarded by employers as graduates from them have developed high level skills in problem solving, communication and research, in addition to their legal knowledge. This LLB programme is designed to be relevant to a broad range of careers and ideal for those working with an interest in law rather than those wishing to practice in law.This programme will enable you to acquire knowledge, understanding and a range of practical skills relating to the discipline and study of law. These are applicable to a range of legal and non-legal sectors, and in a variety of geographical and cultural settings. Simultaneously you will develop a range of transferable skills that will aid you as you pursue a law-related career or further relevant study.This LLB programme does not have qualifying status. This means that students who wish to subsequently take the Legal Practice Course or Bar Vocational Course will need to complete a 1-year CPE/GDL before doing so.... [-]


BA in Interior Design

Campus Full time 3 years October 2015 UK London

The interior design industry has grown at a rapid rate over the last decade. Influenced by many different factors, particularly culture, interior [+]

BA in Interior Design The interior design industry has grown at a rapid rate over the last decade. Influenced by many different factors, particularly culture, interior design is a fascinating area to study and will encourage you to use your creativity to its full potential. Our BA in Interior Design* course will develop your skills in visual art and installation, design of retail spaces and furniture design, preparing you for a wide range of employment opportunities, whatever your specialised interior design interest may be. Linking interior design with other design disciplines such as media, art and fashion, the skills you learn will be adaptable to many different kinds of content and cultural environments. This programme also introduces key historical and theoretical subjects in order to prepare you not only for the process of design, but also for professional communication, academic discourse, and fostering designers’ identity. As well as this, you will be encouraged to acknowledge the importance of technological innovations - the programme responds to developments in fields such as 3D modelling and computation. HOW WILL YOU STUDY? Located in very heart of London, LCCA provides you with the opportunity to explore and enjoy one of the leading design and cultural centres of the world. The proximity to art galleries, museums, and design studios supports you in attending important exhibitions, lectures and seminars. PROGRESSION Once you have graduated from this programme, you will be fully prepared to begin work within the interior design industry. You may pursue a career as an interior designer, style consultant, or interior graphic designer, amongst other roles. You may also progress onto higher educational courses such as a master’s or a PGCE. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Minimum age: 18 years old Qualification: Full secondary education. Minimum 4 GCSE's (Grade C or above) and minimum of 2 A levels (Grade D or above) for UK applicants or any NARIC recognised equivalence Language: English proficiency: IELTS 5.5 (min. 5.5 in each component), PTE 51 (min. 51 in each component) Alternative: Mature students (over 21) are accepted, subject to professional references, significant work experience and a strong personal statement FEES 7000 uk/eu & £9,000 International [-]

Foundation programme

Campus Full time Part time 1 year September 2015 UK London + 1 more

Undergraduate study is a unique and rewarding challenge. This programme makes it a reality by closing any critical gaps in your knowledge or qualifications. [+]

Undergraduate study is a unique and rewarding challenge. This programme makes it a reality by closing any critical gaps in your knowledge or qualifications. Within this 9 month introductory programme, you will be introduced to vital assessment formats, ideas, training and techniques, fully preparing you for entry onto a Higher National Diploma or one of the many undergraduate courses we offer at LSBF. You will be introduced to vital study techniques and assessment formats, while you also have the ability to choose from 2 different study pathways: Business Pathway and Tourism and Hospitality Pathway. This Foundation Programme has been specially adapted from the broader Foundation in Contemporary Contexts Programme, designed and developed by London College of Contemporary Arts (LCCA). It is accredited by Edexcel and taught in LSBF central London campus. Course Fees: £3000 (UK/EU) £6500 (International) Course Promotion: Scholarships available... [-]


BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance

Campus Full time 3 years September 2015 UK Canterbury

The BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance degree programme at Kent Business School is specifically designed to ensure it responds to the changing needs and expectations... [+]

Location: Canterbury

The BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance degree programme at Kent Business School is specifically designed to ensure it responds to the changing needs and expectations of today’s accountancy profession, with an international perspective on business.Broaden your skills with specialist accounting teaching staff, many of whom hold professional accountancy qualifications and have experience in a wide range of management disciplines, all with an international focus. You will gain a grounded academic education with an emphasis on key skills such as numeracy, oral and written communication, group work and computing. We offer the opportunity to spend a year on work placement, or to combine accounting with related subjects. Our supportive and flexible approach to teaching gives you the confidence and skills you need to follow the path that most interests you.You have the option of taking the BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance degree with a year in industry on a professional work placement, which is a great way to develop and equip you with employability skills. We have an excellent record of graduate employment with our graduates moving into a whole range of careers including professional training in public practice (chartered accountancy) or in industry, commerce or the public sector, or financial services or general management.... [-]


Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Online Part time 6 - 12 years UK

From microscopic electronic devices to super structures like dams, bridges and towers, the vast scope of engineering touches every area of our lives. Engineering is about extending our horizons by solving technical problems, although engineers would say they create solutions to challenges – a far more imaginative activity. The BEng (Hons) explores the fundamentals of this creative and analytical subject– from materials and mechanics to design and modelling – with... [+]

Bachelors in UK 2015/2016. Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) From microscopic electronic devices to super structures like dams, bridges and towers, the vast scope of engineering touches every area of our lives. Engineering is about extending our horizons by solving technical problems, although engineers would say they create solutions to challenges – a far more imaginative activity. The BEng (Hons) explores the fundamentals of this creative and analytical subject– from materials and mechanics to design and modelling – with opportunities to focus on engineering design, environmental technologies, energy and sustainability or mathematical methods. Key features of the course Learning outcomes designed to fulfil the Engineering Council’s requirements under UK-SPEC Work on real projects, teaming up with other students at two residential schools Compile a personal and professional development plan Maths options to suit your confidence and experience. Educational aims The BEng (Hons) is a 360-credit honours degree that offers you the opportunity to pursue a programme in general engineering, with the possibility of some specialisation in one of several engineering disciplines. Its learning outcomes are closely aligned with the Quality Assurance Agency’s (QAA’s) benchmark statements for engineering, which include acquisition of knowledge and understanding; intellectual abilities; practical skills; and general transferable skills in your chosen area of study. The programme is intended to comply with the QAA’s expectation regarding levels of achievement in engineering honours degrees, “…normally, all students graduating with such a degree will meet at least the threshold standards in every component of the benchmark”. Teaching, learning and assessment methods Teaching and learning via study materials (including study guides, textbooks, set books, audio and video material, home activity kits, and module-related software), optional face-to-face or online tutorials, at least two compulsory week-long residential schools, plus individualised tutor feedback. Continuous assessment via written, tutor-marked assignments (TMAs) and/or computer-marked assignments (CMAs), end-of-module assessment (EMA) via examination or written project. Fees We believe cost shouldn’t be a barrier to achieving your potential. That’s why we work hard to keep the cost of study as low as possible and have a wide range of flexible ways to pay to help spread, or even reduce, the cost. Fees for study commencing in academic year 2014/2015 are: Fees are paid on a module-by-module basis – you won't have to pay for the whole of your qualification upfront. If like most OU students studying part time, you study an average of 60 credits a year – you’ll study for six years to complete a degree. Our typical fee for 60 credits is £2,632. Our current fee is £5,264 – based on 120 credits of study – which is equivalent to a year's full-time study. The total cost of your chosen qualification currently starts from £15,792 based on our current fees. NB: Prices are subject to change. How long does it take? Part time – 6 years Full time – N/A Time limit – 12 years Career relevance Professional engineers, designers and technologists are always in demand and we expect this to increase. Graduates can find employment across a whole range of manufacturing and service industries. Growth areas are predicted to be: energy/environment nuclear engineering petroleum engineering nanotechnology and biotechnology telecommunications aerospace, space technology and exploration civil engineering robotics biomedical engineering creative industries automotive industry (low carbon vehicle development in particular). Read more about this programme on the Open University website here [-]

MEng/ BEng (Hons)/ BEng Extended Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2015 UK Medway

The degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering will provide introduce you to all aspects of the area, from the fundamental properties of electromagnetic waves to the design of advanced communication networks. You will have the opportunity to work with many industry-standard systems and technologies, preparing you for many career opportunities in this exciting and ever-expanding field. [+]

It is difficult to imagine the modern world without the all-pervasive impact of electrical and electronic engineering. Arguably one of the greatest inventions of the 20th century was the transistor. This simple, tiny device directly enabled the development of the microchip. From the microchip came all the modern computers, smartphones and advanced electronics devices. However, electrical and electronic engineering is about more than even this. All modern communication systems, from simple direct dial connections to global mobile phone networks and even interstellar radio signals are all based on the fundamental principles you will learn on this degree programme. Likewise, control and instrumentation techniques are essential aspects of modern technology, enabling engineers to precisely measure, tune, and control systems. Sustainability, especially in the generation, distribution and use of electrical power, is a very important feature of any electrical or electronic engineer’s work. We aim to ensure that all of our graduates from this degree programme fully understand these issues, including emerging solutions such as smart grids and micro-power generation. The first year of all of our engineering degree programmes at the University of Greenwich focuses on the understanding of engineering science fundamental principles. This approach ensures that all of our graduates experience a solid foundation of broad technical knowledge and a working understanding of all the major Engineering disciplines – an essential prerequisite for a successful career in engineering management. At the end of the 1st year, students will be invited to choose to either continue on their initial degree programme or to swap to any of the other engineering degree programmes on offer. We feel it is very important that our students are empowered to be able to choose the degree programmes that are most appropriate for their ambitions and goals and we recognise that those may change during your studies with us as you learn more about each discipline. Engineering at the University of Greenwich. Quality. Industry. Rigour. Modular Structure for BEng YEAR ONE: Engineering Mathematics 1; Design and Materials; Practical and Experimental Skills; Engineering Professional Skills 1; Learning Support and Development for Engineering Programmes; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Engineering Management; Materials for Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Electrical Circuits; Programming for Engineers; Digital Electronics; Analogue Electronics; Control and Instrumentation; Attributes for Employability and Professional Development; YEAR THREE: Group Industrial Project; Engineering Professional Skills 2; Hardware Systems and Control; Advanced Analogue and High Frequency Electronics; Power Systems; Communications and Electromagnetic Waves Modular Structure for MEng YEAR ONE: Engineering Mathematics 1; Design and Materials; Practical and Experimental Skills; Engineering Professional Skills 1; Learning Support and Development for Engineering Programmes; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Engineering Management; Materials for Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Electrical Circuits; Programming for Engineers; Digital Electronics; Analogue Electronics; Control and Instrumentation; Attributes for Employability and Professional Development; YEAR THREE: Group Industrial Project; Engineering Professional Skills 2; Hardware Systems and Control; Advanced Analogue and High Frequency Electronics; Power Systems; Communications and Electromagnetic Waves; YEAR FOUR: Individual Project; Strategy and Management; Power Electronic Converters; Design of Electronic Systems; Embedded Electronics and Comms; Smart Grids and Sustainability; Digital Signal Processing Modular Structure for Extended Programme YEAR ZERO: Engineering Project Design and Implementation; Professional and Personal Development; Introduction to Engineering Mathematics; YEAR ONE: Engineering Mathematics 1; Design and Materials; Practical and Experimental Skills; Engineering Professional Skills 1; Learning Support and Development for Engineering Programmes; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Engineering Management; Materials for Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Electrical Circuits; Programming for Engineers; Digital Electronics; Analogue Electronics; Control and Instrumentation; Attributes for Employability and Professional Development; YEAR THREE: Group Industrial Project; Engineering Professional Skills 2; Hardware Systems and Control; Advanced Analogue and High Frequency Electronics; Power Systems; Communications and Electromagnetic Waves Who is the course for? Students on this degree programme will typically be those who are interested in new technologies and devices and who want careers developing exciting new products that bring together electrical, electronic, communications and control engineering. They will be intrigued by the technical challenges and possibilities of developing new and innovative devices and systems to meet the challenges of the modern world. These challenges range from overcoming physical limitations, such as line-of-sight requirements, to emerging issues, such as the ever-growing need for enhanced security and also for a robust national electrical power generation and supply network. If you have ever taken apart an old radio or computer to see what is inside it, wondered how a mobile phone works or wanted to develop the next generation of electrical power supplies then this is the degree programme for you. Skills and experience gained The degree programme in Electrical and Electronic Engineering will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to understand, design, develop and analyse effective and innovative devices using techniques from engineering, mechatronics and software development in a user-centred context. You will become an efficient and reflective practitioner who takes the initiative to identify emerging technologies and techniques, and who maintains your knowledge and skills within the fast-moving areas of engineering, technology and intelligent systems. Your degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering will enable you to identify and exploit new developments in technology and to experiment with new and existing techniques in designing and developing creative, innovative and effective devices to meet real-world needs. [-]

BA History Hons.

Campus Full time September 2015 UK Canterbury

Any study of history engages a natural human curiosity about the past. History is an exciting and diverse subject, which is reflected in the flexibility and breadth of the BA in History [+]

Bachelors in UK 2015/2016. The History BA programme offered at Kent has proved to be one of the most enduring, popular and flexible programmes that Kent has to offer. Any study of history engages a natural human curiosity about the past. History is an exciting and diverse subject, which is reflected in the flexibility and breadth of the BA in History offered at Kent. All of our modules are rooted in the research interests of our academics, so the modules offered to students are equally wide ranging. More than 70 undergraduate history modules invite you to study subjects as diverse as the crusades to the Cold War; from the impact of science on 19th century culture to the totalitarian regimes of Stalin's Russia and Hitler's Third Reich; from Anglo-Saxon England to the French revolution. Our programmes are carefully crafted to allow undergraduates to tailor their degree to their own interests. As such, we only have one first-year core module: Making History, which aims to ease the progression from further education by providing an essential grounding in the disciplines and skills required for historical study. The first year also provides an ideal opportunity for students to experiment with different areas of academic study. Students are encouraged to investigate areas of history they have not studied before, in order to enable them to make informed decisions regarding second and third-year study options, leading in to their dissertation. Entry Requirements A levels - ABB at A-Level - and a minimum of a B in A level History, if taken. IB - 33 points overall or 16/17 points at Higher Level; - 5 in Higher Level history or 6 in Standard Level history (where taken) [-]

MEng/BEng(Hons) Electronic and Communications Engineering

Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2015 UK Canterbury

Our programme in <strong>Electronic and Communications Engineering</strong> provides you with a broad grounding in this vital field. [+]

Electronics-based products play a vital role in our daily lives from mobile phones, personal computers, digital televisions and radio to the internet with its complex network of satellites and state-of-the-art fibre optic communications. Computer technology, telecommunications and consumer electronics are rapidly evolving, so expertise in these fields is in great demand. Our programme in Electronic and Communications Engineering provides you with a broad grounding in this vital field. Course variants: - Electronic and Communications Engineering, MEng - Electronic and Communications Engineering with a Year in Industry, MEng - Electronic and Communications Engineering, BEng - Electronic and Communications Engineering with a Year in Industry, BEng - Electronic and Communications Engineering including a Foundation Year, BEng This programme is accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). The School is an IET Academic Partner. This is an Engineering Council accredited degree. This programme, which is offered full-time as either a three-year BEng or four-year MEng course, teaches all aspects of electronic engineering, allowing its graduates to enter any branch of electronics. Its broad syllabus includes analogue and digital circuits and systems, mobile and other communications, and computing for electronics. [-]

BA Law and English and American Literature (Hons)

Campus Full time 4 years September 2015 UK Canterbury

This four year degree programme enables students to obtain a qualifying law degree and study a wide range of modules offered by the Department of English [+]

Bachelors in UK 2015/2016. This four year degree programme enables students to obtain a qualifying law degree and study a wide range of modules offered by the Department of English. Degree Structure To obtain a qualifying law degree students must take the exemption modules required by the Law Society and Bar Council (see the course description for Law (M100) for more information). Student can also chose from the many modules offered by the Department of English at Kent. [-]

BSc Economics

Campus Full time 3 years September 2015 UK Canterbury

The single honours programme in Economics introduces you to the way in which economists think about different issues and develops the kinds of 'tools' that economists [+]

The single honours programme in Economics introduces you to the way in which economists think about different issues and develops the kinds of 'tools' that economists use for analysing real economic problems. Stage 1 120 credits in total are studied Students take compulsory modules in: - EC304 Principles of Economics (30 credits, Level C) (Autumn and Spring) - Mathematics for Economics and Business (15 credits, Level C) (Autumn) - EC305 Mode A or EC306 Mode B - EC309 Statistics for Economics and Business (15 credits, Level C) (Spring) - EC314 Data Analysis for Economists (15 credits, Level C) (Autumn) plus 45 credits (15 credits in Autumn and 30 credits in Spring) from the list of 'Wild Modules' available. The following modules are recommended, but are not compulsory: - EC311 The Contemporary European Economy (15 credits, Level C) (Autumn) - EC312 Strategy and Games (15 credits, Level C) (Spring) - EC315 Professional Economics (15 credits, Level C) (Spring) Stage 2 120 Credits in total are studied The following modules are compulsory - EC500 Microeconomics (30 credits, Level I) (Autumn and Spring) - EC502 Macroeconomics (30 credits, Level I) (Autumn and Spring) - EC511 Quantitative Economics (30 credits, Level I) (Autumn and Spring) either - EC531 Policy Analysis (15 credits, Level I) (Autumn) or - EC532 Enviromental Economics, Institutions and Policy (15 credits, Level I) (Autumn) and either - EC533 The Public Sector (15 credits, Level I) (Spring) or - EC534 The Economics of Money and Banking (15 credits, Level I) (Spring) Please ensure that your Stage 2 and 3 choices are taken at H and I level with at least 90 credits at Level H. Stage 3 120 credits in total are studied Students must take one of the following modules - EC541 Dissertation (30 credits, Level H) or - EC565 Extended Economics Essay (15 credits, Level H) (Spring) The remaining credits are chosen from the Economics Options List below. Students must take an equal number of credits in the Autumn and Spring terms. Please note the options list is subject to availability, so check individual module descriptions for further information. Please ensure that your Stage 2 and 3 choices are taken at H and I level, with at least 90 credits at Level H. [-]

BA in Politics and International Relations Single (Hons)

Campus Full time Part time 3 years September 2015 UK Canterbury + 1 more

This single honours BA degree is one of our most popular programmes. In addition to providing you with a foundation in Politics, it allows you also to focus on the international and global dimension of contemporary [+]

Bachelors in UK 2015/2016. This single honours BA degree is one of our most popular programmes. In addition to providing you with a foundation in Politics, it allows you also to focus on the international and global dimension of contemporary world politics. Stage one Students take 120 Credits (60 Credits in each term) 60 Required Credits: - PO310 – Introduction to International Politics, 15 Credits - PO314 – Introduction to Political Thought, 15 Credits - PO326 Introduction to Political Science, 15 Credits - PO327 Introduction to Comparative Politics, 15 Credits Remaining 60 credits to be chosen from the Politics and International Relations list of modules. The following credits are recommended, but not compulsory - PO304 Key Issues in British Politics Today, 15 Credits - PO305 International History and International Relations, 15 Credits - PO311 Politics and Popular Culture in Modern Japan, 15 Credits - PO325 Introduction to Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 15 Credits Stage two Students take 120 Credits (60 Credits in each term) 45 Required Credits: - PO555 – International Organisation: The UN System, 15 Credits - PO657 – Political Research and Analysis, 15 Credits - PO661 Key Debates in Comparative Politics, 15 Credits Students are free to choose remaining 75 Credits from Intermediate or Honours level lists; students who select modules at Level I are encouraged to take these in Stage 2. Up to 30 'wild' credits may be taken. Stage three Students take 120 Credits (60 Credits in each term) from Intermediate or Honours level lists; students who select modules at Level I are encouraged to take these in Stage 2. Up to 30 'wild' credits may be taken. Recommended for students considering graduate study subject to having achieved 2:1 standard in Stage 2 coursework: - PO590 – Specialist Dissertation, 30 Credits [-]

BA Cultural Studies

Campus Full time September 2015 UK Canterbury

You cannot be part of contemporary society without being affected by the stream of ads and images of all kinds, in various media; the texts and messages on the computer and TV screen, or in books and magazines; or not be caught [+]

You cannot be part of contemporary society without being affected by the stream of ads and images of all kinds, in various media; the texts and messages on the computer and TV screen, or in books and magazines; or not be caught up in the network of communications, whether face to face, on Facebook or by email, that are going on all the time. All this is both 'modern' and 'cultural' - and it is something we all do, cope with, and make sense of. Cultural Studies is the reflexive dimension of all this - taking it up in a more theoretical, analytical and critical way, putting it in a broader context, and evaluating its impact on the way we experience our lives and organise and govern our societies. Why choose SSPSSR at Kent Cultural Studies teaching staff are at the forefront of their field They conduct research and publish on a wide range of social policy issues, and their research informs their teaching. At Kent, you will be able to choose from a list of optional modules and these include the latest developments in Cultural Studies. We provide excellent pastoral care and listen to our students Staff at all levels are friendly, approachable and deeply invested in the learning environment of our students. We maintain an excellent staff-student ratio This means you will always be taught in small groups and have real access to your lecturers. We have a vibrant research culture We run weekly seminar series with outside speakers and host international conferences. Both staff and students contribute to the lively discussions. [-]

Bachelor in Management

Campus Full time 3 years September 2015 UK London

Discover a well-balanced, cutting-edge undergraduate programme, which: Combines the best of management science with a training in liberal arts and languages; Offers [+]

Bachelors in UK 2015/2016. 3 years - 3 countries - 3 languages Discover a well-balanced, cutting-edge undergraduate programme, which: - Combines the best of management science with a training in liberal arts and languages. - Offers the opportunity to experience intercultural management first hand by studying in three countries in three years. - Allows you to learn and speak additional languages through the course of an intellectually challenging programme. Our BSc in Management is unique in the world, and will offer you: - An opportunity to broaden your horizons (e.g. studying psychology or sociology) while acquiring skills directly relevant for your future business career. - Training in study, methodological and research skills as well as training and workshops to improve your oral and communication skills. - The possibility to study in different countries while staying at the same school, following a thoughtfully designed curriculum. A demanding programme gathering high-profile students from all around the world aspiring at top international careers. Application deadlines The Bachelor programme begins every September. The application process operates on a rolling deadline system. There is a non-refundable application fee of €145 for all applicants. - London : Application Deadline : March 25, 2015 - Berlin : Application Deadline : February 23, 2015 - Madrid : Application Deadline : March 4, 2015 - Torino : Application Deadline : April 10, 2015 Admission The admission process is open from October to June. Selective recruitment ensures you only study alongside the very highest calibre students. Eligible candidates are high profile students graduating from high school with distinction (or equivalent if no formal graduation). The programme is not designed for students having obtained a French baccalauréat in France. Please note that admission is only granted to students with the necessary visa. Step 1: The online application file includes: Academic records of the last 3 years (Details of all examination results obtained during the last three years of secondary education, including mock secondary examination results, if applicable) Secondary school examination certificate(s), if already held. Otherwise, applicants must provide it as soon as received. Personal statement 2 academic recommendation letters (professional references are optional) English language test scores (TOEFL, IELTS, etc.) Supporting documents of further spoken languages Photocopy of ID/Passport Step 2: Successful applicants will be invited to sit the on-campus admission tests, which include: Personal interview Alpha-numeric reasoning admission test Tuition fee Tuition for the programme is set at €12,500 per academic year. An additional registration fee of €350 will be demanded for year 1. Fees may be subject to modification without notice. Tuition fees include: - Courses, projects, etc. - Basic documentation - Online modules The following costs are not included : - Travel - Accommodation In order to evaluate the total costs of your studies, please take into account the cost of living on the different campuses which are in the range of €650 - 1,400 per month. Scolarships The ESCP Europe scholarship programme is based on a mix of criteria, which include merit, diversity and financial needs. Scholarships are competitive and cover 25% to 50% of the tuition fees (the 1st registration fee is not covered by the scholarship). They are renewable each year on condition of academic achievement, behaviour and involvement in the ESCP Europe community. Applications for scholarships: students wishing to be considered for scholarships will apply once they have been admitted to the programme and will need to submit financial information (evidence of household income), in addition to documents previously provided. Admitted students applying for scholarships will be notified of the decision before they have to pay the non-refundable €2,500 deposit (which is due even if a scholarship is awarded). [-]

Bachelor SP3

Campus Full time September 2015 UK London

Students can enrol directly in the 3rd year at Sup de Pub (SP3) after validating a level of academic accomplishment equivalent to 2 years post-Baccalauréat study [+]

Bachelor SP3

Students can enrol directly in the 3rd year at Sup de Pub (SP3) after validating a level of academic accomplishment equivalent to 2 years post-Baccalauréat study.

This broad-based education conveys in one year the basis of strategic analysis and marketing as well as technical tools (PAO, video...), in order to specialize in one of the 20 professional programs offered in Master 1 and Master 2.

Focused on major strategic challenges, this year allows students to control the whole issue of communication through thematic seminars such as crisis communication, the celebrity marketing, internal communications...... [-]


BA Business Management Top Up

Campus Full time 1 year August 2015 UK Sunderland

This course builds on your existing knowledge and prepares you for roles in sales, finance, general management [+]

Bachelors in UK 2015/2016. This course builds on your existing knowledge and prepares you for roles in sales, finance, general management and the public sector. You will undertake three broad-based modules related to project management, strategic management and the latest developments in business management. You will also study specialist modules that cover marketing strategy, Human Resources and management accounting. By studying in London, you will be in a world centre of business. You will also have opportunities to build a global network of contacts as London is home to over 100,000 international students. The University of Sunderland has a great reputation in business studies. Our Faculty of Business and Law inspires a 92% student satisfaction rate, according to the Student Experience Survey 2010. In addition, 85% of business graduates from the University of Sunderland enter employment or further study within six months of graduating, according to the Destination of Higher Education Leavers Survey 2010. [-]