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BSc Management Management is concerned with planning, organising, leading and controlling human activity in the context of all organisations, whether private or public sector, large or small, new or existing. A central task is to establish appropriate objectives and optimise the deployment of human, financial and physical resources available to the organisation in order to meet these objectives. The study of Management differs from Business Studies in that it is concerned with the successful operation of all types of organisations, whereas business studies focuses primarily on the performance of commercial concerns operated to make profits. This programme will provide you with a broad introduction to the principles and practice of management. You will develop an understanding of key management functions and have an opportunity to apply core management skills such as problem solving, teamwork, communication, numeracy and self-management. The programme adopts a behavioural approach to management, with an emphasis on qualitative aspects. Requirements: You are required to have achieved grades AAB from three subjects at A level. Most subjects are acceptable with the exception of General Studies. One subject such as those on the following list is accepted if combined with other academic subjects: Art, including Design, Fine Art, Photography, Textiles, etc Critical Thinking Home Economics ICT Leisure Studies Media Studies Music, including Music Technology Sports Studies including all forms of PE, Dance, etc Theatre Studies including Drama and Performing Arts Travel and Tourism. GCSE Mathematics Grade B in GCSE Mathematics or equivalent is required for all students. Other Qualifications We welcome students with other qualifications e.g. BTEC, European, International or Welsh Baccalaureate, Scottish Advanced Highers and Irish Leaving Certificates. You will be expected to attain an equivalent standard to the A level applicant. English Language Requirements If English is not your first language, you will be required to pass an approved test prior to joining the University in October. Approved Tests: IELTS TOEFL (paper based test) TOEFL (computer based test) TOEFL (internet based test) Certificate of Proficiency in English Test of English for Educational Purposes Test in English GCE O level, GCSE or IGCSE.

BSc Management Management is concerned with planning, organising, leading and controlling human activity in the context of all organisations, whether private or public sector, large or small, new or existing. A central task is to establish appropriate objectives and optimise the deployment of human, financial and physical resources available to the organisation in order to meet these objectives....

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