What do I learn?
You can gain an understanding of the principles of accounting and different types of finance for various business situations. Business studies will help make you aware of different aspects of business, and learn about marketing, production process and human resource management. You will also learn IT terminologies and gain knowledge of networking HTML, various functions of Excel management, information systems, system development and more.
You will learn through a variety of lectures seminars workshops and tutorials. Credits are gained for a variety of tasks such as quizzes case studies essays reports presentations and timed assessments. Assessment is via a combination of exams (approximately 30%) and coursework (approximately 70%).
What do I gain?
Nationally recognised Level 2 qualifications in Adult Numeracy and Literacy.
What do I need?
Students must be aged 19 or over. No specific qualifications are asked for however a GCSE grade C in English or maths would be beneficial. You will be interviewed and have a numeracy and literacy assessment to check your suitability to study at Level 3.
At your interview you will need to demonstrate that you have a realistic career goal in mind and the motivation to achieve. Some degrees require that you have some relevant paid or voluntary work experience. Applicants are strongly advised to check degree entry requirements with prospective universities.
What can I do next?
You can pursue a degree in business, accounting, marketing, tourism or hospitality and event management.