Business Management and Entrepreneurship offers you the skills needed to develop new ideas, giving you everything needed to start your own successful business.
- Dual accreditation: BA (Hons) degree, plus Certificate in Management and Leadership (CMI)
- Course designed by academics and entrepreneurs
- The course will prepare you to become innovative, teach you how to manage new ideas and how to apply learning to creating a new business.
- Work placement opportunities integrated into the second and third year of the programme.
- Option to study with a placement year of paid work experience
Why study Business Management and Entrepreneurship?
New businesses are the lifeblood of most developed or developing economies. They’re needed by established companies, whether as a supplier offering exciting new inputs or as new ventures within the company.
Governments are very keen to stimulate the creation of new businesses and support them, as they are often key to developing regions or creating jobs in areas with high unemployment. Perhaps most importantly, you might want to start a business because you have a passion for creating something new.
To start and make a success out of your own business it’s not enough just to have a great idea, you need to manage it well. If this is your ambition, you’ll need to learn a wide range of entrepreneurial concepts and skills. Our Business Management and Entrepreneurship course will prepare you to become innovative, teach you how to manage new ideas and how to apply learning to creating a new business. We aim to give you practical experience through our extensive placement and mentoring programmes, which will equip you with hands-on skills and guidance from industry professionals.
Why St Mary's?
Business Management and Entrepreneurship was designed by an experienced team of academics, many of whom have experience working with entrepreneurs in a variety of sectors. The degree takes into account the skills and attitudes required by entrepreneurs as they prepare to launch their businesses.
There are numerous opportunities to undertake a work placement as part of your degree, giving you the chance to combine academic theory with a work environment. You will organise your placement with the help of the Workplace Learning Team and can choose to do it in a location that suits you.
Our Business Management and Entrepreneurship programme combines coverage of the key business areas from finance and marketing, through to strategy and human resources, with the opportunity to study more specialist subject areas, including business law, management consultancy and digital business.
St Mary’s is a beautiful campus university in London, with a friendly and professional atmosphere. Our West London location puts us near large companies, some of which supply, run and use the nearby Heathrow Airport. We are also surrounded by successful small businesses and business incubators where small businesses can be nurtured.
About the Foundation Year
Our four-year degree programmes (including a foundation year) provide an alternative route to undergraduate study at university if you do not have the grades to access higher education in the traditional way.
On successful completion of the Business Management Foundation Year pathway you will progress on to the Business Management and Entrepreneurship undergraduate degree. You can also choose to study Business Management and Entrepreneurship with a placement year of paid work experience.
Business Management and Entrepreneurship (with a Foundation Year) is also available with a placement year of paid work experience.
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