Business and Management

Business and Management

Foundation Degree
Part-time, Evening
Examining Board: University of St Mark and St John

About the Course

Business and Management

What is a Foundation Degree?

A Foundation Degree is a flexible, modern, higher education qualification designed to meet the needs of employers and develop the skills and knowledge required for the busy and demanding world of...

What will you study

The course commences in September each year.The full-time programme is taught on two days per week and is delivered over two years. If it is more flexible for your circumstances, you can take less...

How to I Apply

For Full Time and Part Time places please apply via UCAS. The FdA Business and Management Course is listed under University of St Mark and St John, Institution Code P63, Course Code N201 and specify...

Course Costs

The fees for September 2017 will be £5,995 for full time students. The fee for part time students is £3,995. Fees for international students are available on request. When applying for student...

To do this course you need the following:

  • This is 180 UCAS points, with Maths and English Language at GCSE grade C/4 or above, or level 2 functional skills.
  • Entry qualifications are flexible for mature students who possess relevant work experience and the Course Manager can advise you personally about this.
  • Exemptions: These may be possible if you hold a relevant HNC, HND or equivalent Level 4 qualification.
  • To be in suitable employment or engaged in voluntary work.
  • If you do not hold GCSE English Language or Maths, then the college may be able to help you in securing an equivalent qualification. Contact the team for further information if you are unsure.

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How doing a Business Degree has helped Martin Robinson's career

How doing a Business Degree has helped Martin Robinson's career

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