BSc Management - University of London International Programme
This progamme has been designed to help satisfy the demand for graduates who are equipped with a broad understanding of business and the management role in business. Recognising that graduates need to be adaptable, the programme will develop specific skills and knowledge on the basis of a core understanding of business management issues that are suitable to industry, commerce or the public sector. The degree will povide you with a broad-based business education and prepare you for a career in general business and management.
The programme structure
Duration: 3 Years
Introduction to Economics
Principles of Sociology
Introduction to Business and Management
- Statistics(Half Unit)
- Mathematics(Half Unit)
Principles of Accounting
Principles of Marketing
Introduction to Modern Political Thought
In order to satisfy the entrance requirements for the BSc Management, you must:
- normally* be at least 17 years old and either have passes in:
- two subjects at GCE 'A' level, plus at least three further subjects at GCSE/GCE 'O' level at Grade C or above or
- three subjects at GCE 'A' level (with one 'A' level at not less than Grade D) or
- three subjects at GCE 'A' level and one further subject at GCSE/GCE 'O' level at Grade C or above or
- two subjects at GCE 'A' level, plus two further subjects at GCE 'AS' level and
- demonstrate competence in Mathematics at least equivalent to GCSE/GCE 'O' level at Grade C or above and
- provide proof of competence in English which is acceptable to the University. A test of proficiency may be required and
- if you wish to register for any of the law units (with the exception of unit 27) online access is also a requirement for registration.
|*Applications will be considered from applicants who do not meet the normal minimum age requirement for admission. Each application will be considered on an individual basis, and the decision taken at the discretion of the University of London.
Note: Applicants with other qualifications not listed above and/or suitable work experience will be considered by the University on an individual basis. There are many other acceptable qualifications [PDF: 9pgs, 160KB], both from the UK and overseas, which the University accepts instead of British 'O' and 'A' levels.
If you do not satisfy the criteria for automatic acceptance we will still consider your application on an individual basis under our Special Admissions procedures. If we cannot accept you with your current qualifications and experience, we will advise you what qualifications you could take in order to become eligible in the future.
Application for the Graduate Entry Route
In addition to the qualifications above you must hold a full first degree completed in a minimum of three years duration on a full-time basis (or equivalent) from a university or other institution acceptable to the University of London.
Note: Applicants holding professional and/or postgraduate qualifications without a full first degree cannot be considered for the admission to the Graduate Entry Route.
Although we use the word 'exemption', other institutions often use the term 'credit transfer'. An exemption means that you are not required to take a particular unit as part of your degree.
To be eligible you must satisfy the University that you have already passed examinations that compare in level, content and standard to the syllabuses from which you want to be exempted. Some exemptions we award are automatically granted; all others are considered on a non-automatic basis.
To be considered for exemption you must satisfy our criteria and make an application. Any exemption awarded is only valid for a limited period which will be specified in your decision letter. If you do not attempt an examination during this period, the exemption will expire. If you still want the exemption to count towards your degree you will need to apply again.
You may apply for exemption from up to four Foundation units. All non-automatic exemptions are considered on payment of a fee of £54 per unit (£27 per half unit).