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HNC/D Business

United Colleges Group

UCAS Code: BU01 | Higher National Diploma - HND

Entry requirements


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About this course


Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2022

**What does the course include?**

The BTEC Higher National Certificate/Diploma in Business is a vocational Higher Education course, designed to prepare you for a career in business through a combination of theoretical and practical teaching

**First year (HNC) units will include:**
- Business & the Business Environment

- Business Law

- Financial Accounting

- Marketing Essentials

- Managing a Business Project

- Human Resource Management

- Management Accounting

- Management and Operations

**Second year (HND) units will include:**
- Business strategy

- Brand Management

- Planning for Growth

- Research Project (2 units)

- Consumer Behaviour / Insight Unit

- Employee Relations

- Organisational Behaviour

**How is the course assessed?**
Coursework and continual assessment, there are no external exams although you may sometimes have in class tests.

**Where does it lead?**
The HNC/D is a nationally and internationally recognised qualification throughout the business world. It provides a basic grounding in the core areas of business and management and leads to new employment opportunities, career enhancement, and promotion prospects. The HNC/D gives automatic subject exemption from many professional qualifications.

Holders of the BTEC HNC/D in Business can study for one additional top-up year at various UK universities to gain a business degree (e.g. BA (Hons) in Business).

**Fees**
Standard - £5,250 (subject to annual review)

**Duration**
This course is two years in length with each year comprising of 30 study weeks, 3 reading weeks and holidays.

The Uni


Course location:

Paddington Green Campus

Department:

Business and Financial Services

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