BSc (Hons) Business Management

Are you keen to understand how businesses and managers operate? Lancaster University courses are designed to develop your conceptual understanding and provide practice-based insights. You will also develop your personal competencies, including communications and mathematical abilities. Such skills have helped recent graduates find work in a wide variety of roles, within sectors such as banking, retail, consultancy, sales and marketing, and data analysis. In Leipzig, this course will look at international trade and industry, as well as focusing on real life examples from the thriving German economy. 

 

Structure and Fees

Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4

First Year Degree

Second Year Degree

Final Year Degree

International €15,000

EU €9,000

International €15,000

EU €9,000

International €15,000

EU €9,000

Degree Facts

Degree: Bachelor of Science

Duration: 3 years (6 semesters)

Delivery mode: Full time

Language: English

 

 

 

Intake Dates

23 September 2020

Applications accepted from 10 September 2019

 

 

As a Business Management student, you study subjects across the full management spectrum. Modules focus on building self-confidence, as well as improving your skills and knowledge base.

All first-year students study management, marketing, financial accounting, organisations and business statistics.

The second year explores operations management, entrepreneurship and economics. You also have options in further economics, entrepreneurship, marketing and organisations. This continues into your third year - here you choose options while studying our core subjects of leadership, business and strategic management.

Graduates have begun their careers as trainee graduate managers, project managers, brand managers, and hotel and property managers. Lancaster global alumni are working for a wide variety of employers, such as BP, IBM, Johnson & Johnson and Sellafield.

Year One Modules

Employability and Careers

Introduction to Business Analytics

Introduction to Financial Accounting for Managers

Introduction to Management

Introduction to Marketing

Management, Organisations and Work: Key Issues and Debates

Year Two Modules

Employability and Careers II

Entrepreneurship: Discovery and Practice

Introduction to Economics for Managers

Introduction to Operations Management

Spreadsheet Modelling for Management

Techniques for Management Decision Making

Year Three Modules

Business and Management in the 21st Century: Central Questions in the Global Economy, Ecology and Ethics

Principles of Strategic Management

Rethinking Leadership

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