The BA (Hons) Business Management Degree programme is designed to develop learners into skilled and qualified leaders, as demanded by today’s employment market. This degree programme will set you apart in the graduate market. During the course, you will be working on live project briefs giving you real business and industry experience. We have also ensured that many of our modules cover contemporary technology issues in business, future-proofing you for a modern business environment.
Students choose to study business for a variety of reasons and exposure to various disciplines. As a result, this programme offers a wide range of knowledge and skills, so you can pursue a career in any professional business-related role, such as operations and service management, customer management, project management or retail management. Having completed the programme at the prescribed level, we encourage you to progress on to a master’s or higher degree.
On completion of the programme, you will be ideally prepared to progress to career opportunities in management or to develop your own business ambitions. The programme provides a grounding in all areas of business management, offering the opportunity to focus on a particular area for post-graduate study, whether full-time or part-time. Postgraduate study options include the Post Graduate Certificate in Business Leadership, the MA in Leadership and Management, or an MBA.
- 80-96 UCAS points (this can be made up of different levels of courses. For more information on the UCAS points for your qualification, go to the UCAS tariff calculator).
- If you have studied in a non-majority English speaking country, you will typically be asked to complete an English language test (speaking, listening, reading and writing). The expected level is IELTS 6.0 or equivalent, with no element below 5.5.
You will also be asked to attend an academic interview. Suitability for entry to our programmes can be demonstrated in several ways and is not limited to academic qualifications alone. Applicants who do not meet our published entry requirements are encouraged to contact our recruitment and admissions team for advice.
- Data insights for business decisions
- Organisational behaviour
- Financial decision making
- Global business environment
- The graduate challenge
- Introduction to people management
- Principles of marketing
- Career viewpoint
- Digital business and new technologies
- Enterprise and entrepreneurship (optional)
- Contemporary business economics
- Business consulting
- Operations and service management
- Consulting in practice
- Project management
- Strategic marketing (optional)
- Customer experience (optional)
- International marketing management
- Developing leadership and management skills
- Managing and developing innovation and creativity
- Dissertation (optional)
- Consultancy project (optional)
- Course Duration: 3 years, Full time
- Level: RQF Level 4-6
- Awarding Body: Buckinghamshire New University
- Assessment: Assessments are by coursework and portfolio.
- Mode of Delivery: Full Time
- Timetable options: Two days per week or four evenings per week
- Campus: Masons House, Kingsbury
- Intake dates: January, September
- Fee: £8000 (student loans eligible)
How to apply
Foundation year, degree & BA (Hons) Business Management (Top-up)
From choosing your desired course, writing your personal statement and submitting the application, you can count on our friendly Recruitment Team for help and guidance at every step of the way. Get in touch to make an initial appointment to discuss your situation.
Step 1: Initial consultation.
Step 2: Register. If you are a UK or EU applicant, you will need to apply through the UCAS website. You can register with UCAS directly or through your college. UCAS gives you the option of applying for up to five courses and charges you for each course you apply for. Completing the application is your chance to sell yourself. It is your moment to highlight the skills and knowledge you have learnt to date, any qualifications gained and why you want to study your chosen course. There is a step-by-step guide to help with applications on the UCAS website.
Step 3: Interview. After applying for a course with Regent College Higher Education, you will need to attend an admissions interview with our course team. Your recruitment advisor can book the interview for you and help you prepare for it.
Step 4: Submit your application. This is the time to submit your application. Check that you have completed every section before submission. Once you have applied, you will receive an acknowledgement that your application has been received. If any further information is needed, we will contact you. You can use the ‘Track’ section on the UCAS website to monitor the progress of your application.
Once we have all the necessary information regarding your application, we will make a final decision. Our decision will be uploaded to the UCAS Track section and you will also receive a letter. If you are offered a place, the offer may be ‘conditional’ or ‘unconditional’. If you have been accepted onto the course, you will then receive your joining instructions and more information about starting your studies.
Stage 1: Offer selection
You can keep track of all your applications through the UCAS Track section, including all the final offers you receive. Once you have heard back from all the universities you applied to, you will need to choose which offer you want to accept, together with a back-up second choice.
Stage 2: Offer acceptance
The deadline for accepting an offer will be highlighted on UCAS Track, depending on your application submission date.