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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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Online Bachelor in Humanitarian Supply Chain Management

Online UK Lincoln
May 2015

The Bachelor in Humanitarian Supply Chain Management is designed to give students and employers a competitive edge. [+]

Bachelors in UK 2015/2016. The BSc Humanitarian Supply Chain Management degree is a work-based, distance learning course that will develop the academic and practical expertise of students who already manage supply chains in the workplace. The course is intended for professionals employed in the management and coordination of the supply chains associated with the provision of what may be life saving aid after natural or man-made disasters. As a final year ‘top up’ degree, the BSc in Humanitarian Supply Chain Management uses your previous academic achievements and professional experience as accreditation for the first one and two years of the course. This flexible distance learning programme can take up to two years to complete, depending on your individual work and personal commitments. The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has accredited this degree and modules include: Study Skills for Distance Learning Integrating Professional Humanitarian Supply Chain Experience Management of Change in a Humanitarian Organisation Humanitarian Supply Chain Strategy Applied Problem Solving with the Humanitarian Supply Chain Dissertation (Humanitarian Supply Chain Management) Entry Requirements Admission onto the WBDL undergraduate programme is dependent on a several criteria, however your ability to complete the programme satisfactorily and benefit from it will be the main factor taken into consideration. The programme requires a high level of personal commitment and students will need to be well motivated. Students must have relevant professional Humanitarian Supply Chain experience or qualifications to complete this course. [-]

BA in Interior Design

Campus UK London
October 2015

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 [-]

BA (Hons) Accounting & Management with a Year in Industry

Campus UK Kent
September 2015

Combine the study of accounting theory, principles and analysis with the key aspects of management practices. This BA (Hons) Accountancy & Management... [+]

Bachelors in UK 2015/2016. Location: Medway Combine the study of accounting theory, principles and analysis with the key aspects of management practices. This BA (Hons) Accounting & Management programme at the Kent Business School Medway campus aims to respond to the needs and expectations of modern accountancy and management professions, in which you take a mixture of financial and management accounting modules alongside business and management options. You will undertake a professional work placement on this programme as a ‘Year in Industry’. Companies who have participated in providing work placements include The Walt Disney Co., Lloyds Banking Group, GE, Global Growth & Operations, First Capital Plus, Active Communication International, Macdonald's Restaurants Ltd, Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, as well as corporations in New York, Kyoto, Dubai and Barcelona. Organisations who provide placements for your year in industry view this scheme as an effective way to find potential new employees, so the scheme will give you a definite advantage when it comes to job prospects and really enhance your employability. Degree options You will have the opportunity to build your knowledge through our BA (Hons) Accounting & Management single honours degree which includes a year of professional work placement, to enhance your experience and employability. Our degree programme allows a wide choice of optional subjects that may be selected for your final year study, allowing the development of specialist knowledge and a greater range of exemptions from professional exams. The single honours qualification is accredited for exemption from many of the major professional accountancy examinations. The number of professional exemptions available to Kent graduates has increased and is now larger than for most universities. For example, our optional subject 'Taxation' confers exemptions from the professional examinations in taxation. This subject is not available at most universities. Graduates from the Accounting & Management single honours programme will have access to exemptions from some of the major professional accountancy bodies in the UK. Careers With 93% of accounting students and 92% of management students being either employed or in further study 6 months after graduating, we have an excellent record for enhancing and developing your skills and employability. Whatever career you decide on, there is no shortage of opportunities for well-qualified Accounting & Management graduates. Recent Kent Business School graduates have taken up graduate positions in a wide range of companies and sectors, including ABN Amro, Accenture, Burgess Hodgson, Baker Tilly, Deutsche Bank, Ernst & Young, Fidelity Investment, HSBC, KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Royal Bank of Scotland.The Business School presents a wealth of opportunities for you to gain much more than your valuable business degree. We have strong connections with many global organisations, and provide chances for you to network with them and acquire useful connections to enable you to enhance your student experience and increase your employability. We hold events or activities with such organisations and associations that will also benefit your learning experience and enhance your future career prospects. We provide ideal facilities in an international learning environment for you to forge associations with friends and colleagues whilst at the School and after graduation, as part of the Kent Business School alumni, which will remain with you long after you graduate and may provide assistance in your future career.While many graduates go on to become chartered accountants, this is not the only career option open to you. A degree in Accounting & Management also such as banking, insurance and investment. At Kent Business School you will gain many of the key transferable skills employers are looking for. You are taught to analyse critically, think creatively, express your views cogently, manage your time effectively, and work well independently and in groups.... [-]

Bachelor of Laws (Honours)

Online UK

Studying law is stimulating in its own right, and it’s also a smart career move. If you want to practise law professionally, a law degree is the first step – but it’s also a great asset for many other careers. The OU’s Bachelor of Laws with Honours (LLB) is the most popular qualification of its kind in the UK and has been redeveloped for 2014. By the end of your studies, you’ll have the legal awareness needed to understand and apply the law, together with skills of legal... [+]

Bachelor of Laws (Honours) Studying law is stimulating in its own right, and it’s also a smart career move. If you want to practise law professionally, a law degree is the first step – but it’s also a great asset for many other careers. The OU’s Bachelor of Laws with Honours (LLB) is the most popular qualification of its kind in the UK and has been redeveloped for 2014. By the end of your studies, you’ll have the legal awareness needed to understand and apply the law, together with skills of legal analysis and methods; and you’ll be well prepared for further study or career development. Key features of the course Recognised by the law profession as a Qualifying Law Degree Covers the seven ‘Foundations of Legal Knowledge’ as required for a Qualifying Law Degree Provides the first academic stage of training for solicitors and barristers in England and Wales Educational aims The law degree aims to provide learners of all backgrounds and abilities with the opportunity to explore and develop their interest in the law and legal system of England and Wales. Your studies will: provide you with the opportunity to gain knowledge and understanding of the legal system of England and Wales provide learners who wish to continue their legal education at the vocational stage with the intellectual and practical skills necessary to do this effectively enable you to become independent learners, and to develop other associated and transferable skills and attributes. Teaching, learning and assessment methods Knowledge and understanding are acquired at all levels through specially prepared module manuals, resource books, videos, audio-tapes and CD-ROMs, self-assessment exercises, optional group tutorials, individual tutor support, specially prepared research exercises, optional library study days and internet-based legal research activities. A selection of these media is used in each module that makes up the degree. Knowledge and understanding are assessed by means of tutor-marked assignments (TMAs) and unseen written examinations. In addition, you are encouraged to assess yourself informally by means of activities and exercises contained in the module manuals, and through reflection on the comments received on TMAs and in the feedback forms which accompany these. Cognitive skills are developed through the learning and teaching methods and resources identified above. Each of the programme modules provides you with the opportunity to identify your strengths and weaknesses in respect of each of the cognitive skills, to reflect on your progress in addressing your weaknesses and improving and consolidating your strengths. These skills are assessed by the formal and informal means identified above. Particular emphasis is placed in the modules on enabling you to assess your own progress by means of structured activities and exercises, and through self-assessment of progress at the end-of-module units. Practical skills are developed through the learning and teaching methods and resources identified in relation to knowledge and understanding. Throughout each module emphasis is placed on developing a reflective and coherent approach to contentious doctrinal issues, through the use of both ’problem-type’ and ’essay-type’ questions. Research skills are addressed and developed at both OU level 2 and OU level 3. As a student, you are required, through directed research tasks, to access information both in hard copy and electronic formats, and to use that information. You are also provided with the opportunity to attend library training days in dedicated law libraries. 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 – 6-8 years Full time – 3 years Time limit – 6 years for QLD status or 16 years for non-QLD status Career relevance Studying law opens up many career options, whether in law or law-related fields, including solicitor, barrister, legal executive and paralegal. Solicitors and barristers usually work in private practice, in central or local government, commerce, industry, the armed forces or in professional bodies. Solicitors and barristers in England and Wales need to complete three stages of training: Academic – a Qualifying Law Degree (QLD) Vocational – a Legal Practice Course (LPC). If you successfully complete our QLD, The University of Law will guarantee you a place on its LPC (with the exception of the Accelerated LPC) – you need to take up this place within seven years of graduation Professional – a training contract for solicitors or ‘pupillage’ for barristers. Other relevant jobs include Citizens Advice Bureau caseworker, Crown Prosecution Service caseworker, magistrates’ court legal adviser, court reporter or administrator, licensed conveyancer, patent attorney, trademark agent, teacher, or lecturer in law. Entry requirements There are no formal requirements to study this degree. You will however need to be proficient in English, to an IELTS standard of 6.0. If you are unsure you will be able to take a free English test as part of the registration process. Read more about this programme on the Open University website here [-]

BA Graphic Design (Hons)

Campus UK Gloucestershire
September 2015

Designers inform, influence, educate, entertain and play a vital role in defining the cultural and economic life of contemporary society - they shape the world. They produce ideas in order to communicate and the success of any project will depend on the [+]

Bachelors in UK 2015/2016. Designers inform, influence, educate, entertain and play a vital role in defining the cultural and economic life of contemporary society - they shape the world. They produce ideas in order to communicate and the success of any project will depend on the strength of the idea and the creative skill with which it is executed. Our course is all about creative thinking, ideas, skills and strong links with the creative industries. The programme is designed to prepare you for a career in the creative world, whether through employment in the creative industries, as a creative entrepreneur, or using your creative thinking to inspire an alternative career opportunity. Working in our spacious contemporary building, you will have access to computers, printers and the internet in a professional studio environment. You will create ideas for branding, packaging and advertising, print and information design - you’ll explore digital design and moving image, areas of more personal expression and self-authorship and experiment with the hand-made in our excellent printmaking department. Through our extensive range of workshops, you will learn both digital and traditional skills, explore all areas of the subject and develop your own personality and individuality as a designer. You will be hardworking, ambitious and passionate. You will learn to express yourself in distinctive and imaginative ways and demonstrate your curiosity, ambition and attitude through your work in preparation for finding your place in the professional world. Entry requirements Applicants should satisfy the minimum university entry requirements 280 UCAS tariff points with typical offers: • A-level: grades BBC or equivalent • IB Diploma: 25 points • BTEC National Diploma: DMM All applicants undertake a process of portfolio presentation and interview International International academic equivalent. An international foundation course may be required for entry. IELTS 6.0 overall in English with no less than 5.5 in any other band or equivalent. [-]

BA History Hons.

Campus UK Kent
September 2015

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 [+]

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) [-]

BA Law and English and American Literature (Hons)

Campus UK Kent
September 2015

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 UK Kent
September 2015

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 Hons

Campus UK Kent
September 2015

This is our most flexible BA degree programme. It gives you a solid foundation in the subject and allows you to tailor your own pathway according to your [+]

Bachelors in UK 2015/2016. This is our most flexible BA degree programme. It gives you a solid foundation in the subject and allows you to tailor your own pathway according to your interests and needs. Entry Requirements Offer levels for 2015 entry: - A-level: BBB / pts - IB Higher: 15 - IB Overall: 34 Stage one Students take 120 Credits (60 Credits in each term) 60 Required Credits: - PO304 Key Issues in British 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. Stage two Students take 120 Credits (60 Credits in each term) 30 Required Credits: - PO657 – Political Research and Analysis, 15 Credits - PO661 Key Debates in Comparative Politics, 15 Credits Remaining 90 credits to be chosen from the Politics and International Relations list. Up to 30 'wild' credits may be chosen from other Social Sciences or Humanities lists. Intermediate level modules should normally be taken in Stage 2. 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 a 2(i) standard in Stage 2 coursework: - PO590 – Specialist Dissertation, 30 Credits [-]

BA Social Policy

Campus UK Kent
September 2015

Social Policy looks at the ways in which we as a society promote the welfare of individuals and families. You will study some of today's central issues, such as poverty, domestic violence, ill-health, crime, homelessness [+]

Social Policy looks at the ways in which we as a society promote the welfare of individuals and families. You will study some of today's central issues, such as poverty, domestic violence, ill-health, crime, homelessness and child protection. This includes looking both the 'causes' of such problems but also at the policies directed towards them by government and at the role of voluntary and private welfare. You will look at debates over how best to provide health care, how to reduce homelessness, how to balance work and family life, or how to achieve equality for women, minority ethnic groups and people with disabilities. Apart from achieving the highest ratings for teaching and research, what is distinctive about studying Social Policy at Kent is that the programme is highly flexible and provides a wide range of option choices, offered by leading academics. Why choose SSPSSR at Kent Social Policy 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 social policy. 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. [-]

BA Archaeology

Campus UK Bristol
September 2015

Our BA Archaeology introduces you to the practices, theory and history of archaeology, from the Palaeolithic to the modern world. You will learn critical skills in archaeological [+]

Bachelors in UK 2015/2016. Our BA Archaeology introduces you to the practices, theory and history of archaeology, from the Palaeolithic to the modern world. You will learn critical skills in archaeological fieldwork, artefact analysis and interpretation, train in excavation and undertake field trips to important archaeological landscapes. Year one introduces you to the fundamental theories and methods of Archaeology. Years two and three then offer greater specialisation in important skills and sub-disciplines, such as post-excavation techniques and heritage management. You will also have the chance to study specific regions and cultures, for example the Aztecs and Incas, Greek colonisation, Ancient Egypt, European Iron Age. In year three you will undertake a dissertation, producing a novel piece of research while working closely with a member of staff with specialist skills. Course structure First year Introduction to Archaeology Comparative World Archaeology Pre-excavation Techniques Three units from options including: British Prehistory Romano-British Archaeology Introduction to Aegean and Greek Archaeology Introduction to Bioarchaeology Second year Contemporary Theory in Archaeology Post-excavation Techniques Four units from options including: Early Human Origins Archaeology of Africa Monastic Culture Life in the European Neolithic Ceramics in Context Third year Managing the past Dissertation Three units from options including: Ruins Ancient Egyptian World of the Dead Human Bones in Archaeology Diet and Dating Anthropological Archaeology of First and Second World Wars. You will undertake six weeks of fieldwork during this degree, which fall within the core taught units. [-]

Bachelor in Management

Campus UK London Germany Berlin Italy Turin Spain Madrid
September 2015

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

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. 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 [-]

Bachelors in Hospitality Management with Specializations

Campus Switzerland Montreux UK London
July 2015

Glion’s hospitality management degrees offer a global experience and business expertise to turn your ambition into real-life career opportunities. [+]

Bachelors in UK 2015/2016. Glion’s hospitality management degrees offer a global experience and business expertise to turn your ambition into real-life career opportunities. In this 3.5 year program, you can study in Switzerland or London, or both, for exposure to two renowned hubs of business and tourism. Our unique educational model will let you learn from experience and develop your leadership skills through internships and applied business studies. The six specialization tracks are designed to sharpen your business expertise for diverse career paths in the global hospitality, tourism and service industries. Degrees & Specializations: Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Hospitality Management Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality Management with - Sustainable Development in Tourism - Human Resources - Real Estate Finance and Revenue Management - Sales and Marketing - Event Management Degree Specializations Students enrolled on this program will follow the common courses plus the specialization courses of the pathway they choose. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Hospitality Management This degree opens the doors to a wide range of career opportunities. It is the best choice for those students who have career aspirations as executives in large companies or step into the entrepreneurial world. Bachelor in Hospitality Management with Sustainable Development in Tourism Countries and regions increasingly depend on tourism as a substantial element of their economy. This degree prepares students for employment in managerial jobs where they will play key roles in planning, developing and promoting tourism. Bachelor in Hospitality and Human Resources Service industries are “people” businesses. Our graduates are prepared within the broad field of hospitality and specialized in human resource management and development to present companies with a desirable set of skills. Bachelor in Hospitality Management with Real Estate Finance and Revenue Management Financial institutions, hospitality organizations and accounting firms recruit our graduates for their broad based hospitality backgrounds coupled with high levels of financial insight. Bachelor in Hospitality Management with Sales and Marketing Marketing is a core business competency which assists in the development and implementation of corporate strategies. Students choosing this specialization will bring innovation and contemporary marketing ideas to their first employers. Bachelor in Hospitality Management with Event Management Event management and organization is one of the fastest growing segments of the Hospitality Industry. In this program, students will develop skills in event planning and logistics within the broader context of business and management competencies. [-]

MENg/ BEng (Hons)/ BEng (Hosns) Extended Engineering Business Management

Campus UK Kent
September 2015

Most science and technology undergraduate degree programmes typically do not reflect the growing multidisciplinary characteristics of the modern business enterprise. However, our degree programme in Engineering Business Management is designed explicitly to provide a solid technical background combined with an understanding of modern business and management practices. [+]

CEOs of large, successful companies and self-made millionaires are more likely to have studied on an engineering degree programme than any other subject area. The technical knowledge, analytical and mathematical skills, and creative problem-solving attitude gained from an engineering degree are well suited to strategic and enterprise-level roles in industry. This degree programme offers a broad-based approach, introducing the major engineering disciplines to provide a solid background in the principles and processes used to solve complex problems. Engineering skills you will acquire, such as optimisation and simulation, are directly transferable to enterprise management. Approaches to systems-wide engineering solutions are also highly relevant to many large-scale industrial challenges as both involve the need to identify, understand and design for large, interconnected networks of stakeholders. Our degree programme in Engineering Business Management also enables you to acquire management skills, both personal and interpersonal, together with knowledge of modern management techniques and business applications. 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. Who is this course for? Engineers are problem solvers by nature. They are curious, creative, innovative, and practical about how things work and the world around them. They have the desire to help people and improve the world around them. They are driven by the desire to make the best, the fastest, the most efficient, the most sustainable. Students on this degree programme will typically be those who are interested in how businesses can benefit from the application of engineering principles to all aspects of their operations. The ability to break a problem down into its components, identify, develop and evaluate possible solutions for those components, and then integrate again into a cohesive whole is a particular challenge. It is for students who see engineering in a much broader context than the traditional view of simply designing and building things. Fundamental engineering principles are applicable in a much wider range of contexts, especially management, and the degree programme in Engineering Business Management allows you to learn how they can be applied at an enterprise management level. If you have ever stood in a queue and thought “This queue would move so much faster if they organised the queue this way,” then this is the degree programme for you. Modular Structure for BEng YEAR ONE: Engineering Mathematics 1; Design and Materials; Practical and Experimental Skills; Engineering Professional Skills 1; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Exploiting Capital and Managing Risk; Product Design and Development; Introduction to Manufacturing Systems; Accounting, Finance and Business Planning; Computer Aided Design; Strategic Management; YEAR THREE: Engineering Professional Skills 2; Individual Project; Engineering Management 2; Operations Management; Quality Engineering; Engineering Enterprise; Modular Structure for MEng YEAR ONE: Engineering Mathematics 1; Design and Materials; Practical and Experimental Skills; Engineering Professional Skills 1; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Exploiting Capital and Managing Risk; Product Design and Development; Introduction to Manufacturing Systems; Accounting, Finance and Business Planning; Computer Aided Design; Strategic Management; YEAR THREE: Engineering Professional Skills 2; Individual Project; Engineering Management 2; Operations Management; Quality Engineering; Engineering Enterprise; YEAR FOUR: Group Industrial Project; Strategy and Management; Research Methodology; Global Engineering: Theory and Practice; Technology Enterprise; Advanced Principle of Supply Chain Management; Advanced Principle of Lean Manufacturing; Process Improvement Techniques; Operations Management; 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; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Exploiting Capital and Managing Risk; Product Design and Development; Introduction to Manufacturing Systems; Accounting, Finance and Business Planning; Computer Aided Design; Strategic Management; YEAR THREE: Engineering Professional Skills 2; Individual Project; Engineering Management 2; Operations Management; Quality Engineering; Engineering Enterprise; Skills and experience gained The degree programme in Engineering Business Management aims to provide you with the knowledge, practices and skills that will allow you to design, develop and support industrially relevant solutions for a range of existing and emergent technical and management challenges. 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 process engineering, design and enterprise management, in particular. Your Engineering Business Management degree will enable you to identify and exploit new developments in technology and management practices, to experiment with new and existing techniques in designing and developing creative, innovative and effective solutions of all kinds to meet real-world needs. This degree programme offers a particularly wide variety of potential employment opportunities. [-]

Bachelor SP3

Campus France Bordeaux UK London USA Chicago Paris Lyon
September 2015

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 [+]

Bachelors in UK 2015/2016. 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...... [-]