This course is designed to give students a broad range of knowledge and experience in the business and entrepreneurship sectors. While there is an emphasis on starting your own business, it is a wide ranging programme suitable for students who wish to develop the full range of business skills.
Added January 2017
A typical offer is:
A Level = DD
BTEC L3 Extended Diploma = MP or PPP
Access = Pass
AAT3 = Pass
Relevant work experience will be considered.
Record of prior learning and transfers
For students wishing to be considered for entry, the University of South Wales Group or partner college is able, in many instances and taking into consideration the requirements of relevant professional bodies, to accredit prior learning in accordance with its published regulations.
Level 4 modules:
- foundations of marketing
- academic and professional development
- entrepreneurship and business start-up
- management of financial information
- economics, law and regulation
- work and organisational behaviour
Level 5 modules:
- entrepreneurial management
- managing an enterprise
- live research project
- digital context
- innovation management
- growing an enterprise
As part of this course students will be offered the option to start their own business. They will be supported through the process of registering a company, applying for funding and marketing a business.
A part time option is also available.
The UCAS code for this course is G15B.
Students can progress onto the final year of BA (Hons) courses at University of South Wales, including business studies and international business.
Most students will pay £2,900 per year (course fees are £7,500 - some of this is paid by the Welsh Government for Welsh students. For 17/18, students will need to pay or get a tuition fee loan for the first £4,296. The college is offering a £1,000 bursary towards this for full time courses starting in September 2017.)
For information on financial support, including tuition fee loans and fee grants, visit www.studentfinancewales.co.uk
Bruce Fellowes on 01792 284418 or 01792 890794 or email firstname.lastname@example.org