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Regent's University London

Global Management (Enterprise & Innovation) with Integrated Foundation

UCAS Code: N101

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


Please visit the Regent’s University London website for a complete list of entry requirements http://regents.ac.uk/

About this course


Course option

4.0years

Full-time including foundation year | 2021

BA (Hons) Global Management is a fresh, integrative and transformative degree programme that will equip you with the business acumen and crucial skills needed for success in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. An innovative challenge-based curriculum will enable you to develop as a creative leader, able to harness the opportunities of new technology in a global context.
The programme offers a distinctive, experience-based curriculum, with challenges at each level that cut across modules and disciplines.

The integrated foundation year has been specially designed to give you the introductory knowledge and business skills you need for progress to degree level.

Many businesses rely on enterprise and innovation to manage uncertainty and ensure sustained growth. It is this enterprising spirit that enables managers to shape the next product or service innovation, and turn their business into a market leader.

The Enterprise & Innovation pathway enables you to develop entrepreneurial skills and master the challenges of innovative endeavour. Combining theory and practice, you will consider a range of possible ventures from new start-ups to developing and diversifying family businesses. You will also learn how to launch a social enterprise and examine the role of the mobile technologies and digital organisations.

In the foundation year, all students take the same core modules.

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£21,500
per year
England
£21,500
per year
EU
£21,500
per year
International
£21,500
per year
Northern Ireland
£21,500
per year
Scotland
£21,500
per year
Wales
£21,500
per year

Extra funding

Find out more at http://www.regents.ac.uk/study/undergraduate-study/scholarships/

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Course location:

Regent's University London

Department:

Business and Management

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