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In all Brunel University London business related degrees, students develop a range of skills valued by employers such as communication, critical thinking, analysis, teamwork, career planning and project management. Each programme has a strong contemporary feel and relates theory and concepts to the practical issues facing employers and employees in the 21st Century. Successful completion of the degree can lead to career opportunities in marketing, enterprise, business accounting, accountancy, business operations, HRM, finance, recruitment consulting and other graduate level job depending on which degree path is followed after the Foundation study is completed.
Typical Foundation Modules
Interactive Learning Skills and Communication 1
Principles of Accounting
Principles of ICT
Typical First Year Modules:
International Business Environment
Interactive Learning Skills & Communication 2
Introduction to Accounting and Financial Management
Introduction to Management Enquiry
Managing Information with Technology
Organisational Behaviour and Analysis
Principles & Practices of Marketing
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This course can be studied Foundation: 2 semesters full-time or First Year: 2 semesters full-time, starting in September.
Careers and your future
Brunel Business School has extensive links with employers and industry and you’ll benefit from our networks as well as having the opportunity to learn from a variety of guest speakers. Our degrees offer an optional work placement year and we’ll encourage you to take this up. This experience in the workplace is highly valued by employers and will give you the edge when you apply for jobs.
Our programmes are built with input from business professionals with the specific aim of helping you enter the workplace fully equipped and confident of your abilities. As a graduate you’ll be equipped to enter a number of roles, including:
Business development manager
Supply chain manager
Some of the well-known names who value Brunel Business School graduates include Accenture, Amazon, Barclays, British Airways, Capgemini, HSBC, Jaguar Land Rover, L’Oréal, McCann, Microsoft, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Xerox.