This Business (Top-Up) (Hons) programme from Northumbria University London Branch gives you the opportunity to continue studying business at degree level, achieving a bachelors within one year of study.
Throughout the course, you will study a variety of different topics, each designed to develop your understanding of business and build the key skills that today’s employers expect from top-calibre graduate recruits.
You can expect to study modules covering business ethics, supply chain management and strategic management and leadership to support your future aspirations.
A degree in business can lead to a career in business leadership and management as well as the opportunity to further develop your business knowledge through postgraduate study. Upon graduation you could enter a career in consultancy, marketing, health management, human resource management or operations management, as well as having the skills to set up your own business.
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The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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