A dynamic discipline, preparing you academically and professionally for today’s world of business.

Are You Ready?Why study Business Management?

Business Management and other related subjects are often a popular choice at university. One of the reasons is that these subjects relate to almost any area of life. The knowledge you acquire and the skills you learn can be applied at whichever type of organisation or sector you choose to work in, be it commercial or not-for-profit, small or large!

Why St Mary's?

The Business Management degree at St Mary’s is a well-established, dynamic programme with a strong, practical, applied focus. The programme has an excellent record for graduate employability, producing graduates with comprehensive skillsets, ready to integrate the business world.

The course places a strong emphasis on the real world and on transferrable skills. The University has a lot of links with business and industry, allowing for field trips, guest speakers and live business projects.

Students have the opportunity to gain work experience as part of the degree, enabling them to build their CV's, stand out and make a difference when they graduate.

Business Management as either a Single Honours programme or in combination with another academic subject, will provide you with a degree that is very attractive to employers in both the public and private sector.

This degree programme aims to combine coverage of the key business areas from Human Resource Management and Finance, through to Marketing and Strategy, with the opportunity to study more specialist subject areas, including: Business Law, Management, Consultancy and E-Commerce.

A Student View

Eric Mac (Graduated in 2015)
"I achieved, not only knowledge of theories and diagrams, but also practical experience of teamwork and presentation skills. All of this has helped a lot now I am working. Academic staff at St Mary's will always make time for students"

Business Management NSS results 2015

In the 2016 National Student Survey Business Management scored 88% for overall student satisfaction.

89% of students also said that they had good access to learning resources.