The Business Management programme at the University of Glamorgan is a newly developed set of business courses for 2010.
This suite of specialist courses has been designed for students who wish to underpin an understanding of the modern business environment that is not only applicable today but will continue to be relevant in the future.
Exposure to real life business
With enterprising challenges and business activities that take students out of the classroom and into reality, the Business Management programme is a great way for students to grow in confidence with all the essentials and more for today’s modern business graduate.
Get your passport to employability
The University of Glamorgan’s Business School actively encourages activities that don’t just keep you stuck in the classroom but will expose you to real life situations whether this involves challenges, work placements, dedicated talks or studying abroad.
Study what interests you
As a business management student, you will study a set of core module modules in your first year before studying a mix of both core and specialist modules for the remainder of your course. This common core approach will help you gain an understanding of what areas of business interest you, which in turn will help you make informed decision about your study route.
Whether you choose to study Business Management or Human Resources, as long as you’re studying one of the specialist courses that make up the Business Management programme you will allows be able to choose which business discipline you would like to continue studying.
From understanding yourself, business and social innovation to developing entrepreneurial and employability skills, each year the business management programme is themed around preparing graduates for a future career in business.
Please visit our Business Management Explained web page for a more detailed look at the programme structure and specifics.
This explanatory area will allow you to gain an insight into the programmes flexibility, themes and study options.