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Course code: BHAQ307P
Subject area: Business
Study level: Undergraduate
Course level: H
9:00am - 5:00pm
19th Sep 2022 - 30th Jun 2023
01235 555 585
Organisations vary widely in their nature - private, public, not-for-profit - size and structure. On this course you will study all types of organisations, their management and the changing external environment in which they operate, preparing you for a wide range of different careers. You will have the opportunity to use your work place as a point of reference for assignments.
This course is validated by Oxford Brookes University. Applications are made through UCAS – code 100N.
The course runs for one day per week and across two semesters per year, from September to May. During this time, you will be taught within a range of teaching and learning environments that will include lectures, workshops and seminars. All staff delivering on the course have a minimum qualification level at grade 6 and substantial experience of working within a relevant business sector.
Students can expect to spend a further four additional days outside of their normal timetabled day in order to complete the requirements of a full time programme. The College will ensure you receive those dates prior to commencement of your programme.
You will be supported through group and individual tutorials and our HE upgrade sessions by your course tutor. Students also have access to Brookes Upgrade Service. Although the course is one day per week, it is classed as full-time and therefore there is a substantial amount of self-study required in order to be successful on this programme. You should prepare for between 15 – 21 hours of self-directed study each week on top of your normal attendance at college.
For anyone studying on a course that we offer in partnership with Oxford Brookes University, you are also eligible to apply for accommodation with the University throughout the duration of your studies. Visit www.brookes.ac.uk/studying-at-brookes/accommodation for more information.
16 - 18 Fee
19+ Reduced Fee