This course provides you with the knowledge and understanding of business and financial theories and applies them strategically to organisations operating within a highly digitised and changing global environment. Through the use of a wide range of concepts, approaches, research techniques and e-learning forums, the course will equip you with a range of personal and intellectual skills in preparation for a career in financial, banking and general management fields.
You will have opportunities to advance your ICT skills through the use of applications, software and other technologies. The diversity of topical areas covered in the study programme will also assist you in developing your own understanding of global citizenship applicable to local, national and international communities.
On completion of this award, you will have acquired skills and knowledge which are suitable for a wide range of business careers including general management, accountancy, banking and finance.
This degree can also be used as the basis for postgraduate study in the area of finance and general business management for example the Business School has a MSc in Finance and Accounting which dovetails in with the knowledge and skills obtained on this programme.
Semester 1 Starters:
4AC011 Professional Skills for Accountants (20 Credits)
4HR018 Organisational Structures for Effective Management (20 Credits)
4AC009 Economics for Accounting and Finance (20 Credits)
4FC001 Quantitative Analysis for Economics and Finance (20 Credits)
4IB004 Business in a Global Context (20 Credits)
4MK002 Marketing Principles or 4HR003 People, Work and Society (20 Credits)
5AC006 Financial Reporting (20 Credits)
5FC003 International Financial Institutions and Markets (20 Credits)
5BE001 Entrepreneurial Creativity and Innovation (20 Credits)
5FC001 Introduction to Financial Economics (20 Credits)
5BU012 Operations and Supply Management (20 Credits)
5MK011 Customer Acquisition and Retention or 5HR005 People Development in Organisations or 5BU005 Supervised Work Experience (20 Credits)
6FC001 Corporate and Behavioural Finance (20 Credits)
6BU011 Business Research Methods (20 Credits)
6FC004 Finance for SMEs or 6FC003 Global Financial Management (20 Credits)
6BU013 Independent Project (20 Credits)
6BE003 Strategic Management (20 Credits)
6BE002 Strategies for Building Business Success (20 Credits)
Studying with the Business School gives you a head start in your career through offering:
Internships -You can choose to gain valuable work experience through taking an internship (sandwich placement) as part of your programme of study. Full support in preparing and securing internships is provided through our dedicated support team.
Study abroad - You can choose to undertake one semester or a full year study abroad at one of our EU partners, as part of your programme of study.
Working with real managers - We find many opportunities for you to work with practising managers, from company projects, guest lectures and site visits through to short internships or full year long sandwich placements.
Developing real business skills - Studying at Wolverhampton will allow you to develop the skills businesses demand including IT, project management, team working and leadership.
Careers support and guidance - You will be able to gain an Employability Award. Having developed your CV and enhanced your interview skills you will be able to undertake a short internship to prepare yourself to gain employment on graduation.
Volunteering - You can gain valuable employability skills through volunteering. Opportunities exist for you to work with voluntary organisations.
Starting your own business - Not only will you develop the business acumen necessary to start and manage your own business but on-going support is available both during your studies and on graduation to help you make a success of your business start-up.
Management mentors - You will have the opportunity to be mentored by a senior manager from the region through our Institute of Directors mentoring scheme or alumni.
Your learning experience at the Business School will be enhanced by:
Tutors who know about business - The tutors on this programme will have had experience as practicing managers, have worked with business in an advisory capacity or will be researching business and management in order that what you learn is current, leading edge thinking which has real relevance to the world of business.
A friendly and supportive environment - We are known for the support we provide to our students. Whether pastoral or study advice your personal tutor and course leader are there to give you the support you need, when you need it.
Blended learning - The School has developed a blended learning approach where lecture and tutorial activities are supported by online learning to become a seamless learning experience both in and outside of the classroom.
Flexibility - The programme offered gives you flexibility over your study options as you progress and develop, whether this is choosing to study abroad or take an internship or being able to move between the courses we offer.
Professional body informed programmes - The school has strong professional body links and these are used to inform the curriculum to ensure they reflect the latest professional thinking and standards and to maximise the exemptions and accreditation you will gain alongside studying your programme.
Internationalisation - Our international student and staff body and a curriculum underpinned by internationalisation will enable you to learn how to operate in a global business environment.
Having successfully completed this award, you will be able suitably qualified to consider careers in general management, accountancy, banking or finance. Business managers who have an in depth knowledge of finance and accounting techniques which are highly sought after in general management and within the financial services sector.
The degree can also be used as the basis for postgraduate study in the area of finance and general business management for example the Business School has a MSc in Finance and Accounting which dovetails in with the knowledge and skills obtained on this programme.
At the end of this course you, the student, will be able to:
Students must have studied a minimum of two years post GCSE level. However, it is expected that some applicants will be mature students with work experience, who wish to further their career development. These applicants will be processed through standard procedures, which may involve an interview as part of the process. Please seehttp://wlv.ac.uk/mature for further information.
Those who do not meet the entry requirements may be offered an alternative course.
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The University also offers a range of Bursaries and Scholarships in addition to other financial support packages
These fees are applicable for new entrants in 2019/0. If you have any queries regarding the fees listed please contact
These fees are for the current academic year only. Any subsequent years may be subject to an annual increase, usually in line with inflation.
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