The Business Management - Entrepreneurship (Honours) degree at the University of Westminster allows you to build the degree of your choice, by studying for a general business award or specialising in one of seven business areas: Accounting, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, human resource management, legal regulation or marketing. The course also gives you the opportunity to change pathway at the end of the first, allowing you to specialise if you wish at that point. You may also change to the general pathway at the end of the second year.
During the course, you will gain a broad range of business knowledge and skills which will enable you to pursue a career in the private or public sectors. You will also have the appropriate skills and the confidence to develop your own business.
The Business Management (Entrepreneurship) degree prepares students for employment in SMEs, blue-chip organisations, and the public or private sector. It allows students to tailor their degree in order to gain employment in various positions within Business and/or management or to operate their own business.
If you are studying a Bachelor's degree at Westminster Business School, you can choose to take a year's break from your studies in your third year to do a placement.
A placement year is a great way of gaining practical work experience within an industry relevant to your studies. It increases your confidence and skills, and boosts your employability. It gives you a chance to apply the theoretical techniques you have learnt during your undergraduate degree so far to a real business environment while you work as a member of an established organisation.
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3 or 4 years
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