“What makes our university stand out is a clear vision to offer a good value UK education that is more personal, relevant, and business-focused. We’re also passionately committed to improving what we do every day, and are open to fresh ideas and new ways of doing things. As an institution we must always move forward.” – Professor John Coyne, Vice-Chancellor
The University of Derby, located in the stunning Uk, offers you a high quality education which is relevant in today’s world. Derby graduates are well equipped to lead successful careers with their qualification from an innovative UK university. 96.1% of Derby graduates from full time first degrees were employed or studying six months after completing their course.
Derby think it is really important that you finish university with experience and skills that will help you find employment. The experience and knowledge gained on a work placement is a vital part of this process, and there are also numerous benefits to be gained by the employer taking on a placement student. They offer you work placements in most of their undergraduate degrees including Business Management.
The University of Derby is offering you a Bachelor Degree in:
What are the main differences between Business Management (CMI accredited) BA (Hons) & Business Management (Joint Honours)?
They are two spate courses the difference between them are Business Management is a single subject/ degree however joint honours allows you to combine Business Management with another subject. There are two ways you can combine subjects through the Joint Honours scheme:
· Major-minor – specialise in one subject and take another as a minor
· Joint – study two subjects equally
· What subjects are available as Joint Honours?
What are the top 3 benefits of studying at Derby?
- Ranked number one university for students: Derby has been ranked number one in a number of categories for student support in the International Student Barometer (ISB), survey results have shown.
- Top 96% for employability: The latest HESA survey (released yesterday, July 4) reveals that 96.1% of University of Derby interviewees – who’d completed a full-time, first degree course during the 2011/12 academic year – were employed or studying six months on; putting Derby 12th highest amongst all UK universities and ninth for English institutions.
- Scholarships: theyhave a number of merit based £1,000 scholarships available for international students starting their course in January 2014. These scholarships are available to apply for once you have applied to the University. You must be a full time international (outside the EU) taught student in the first year of your study at the University of Derby. If you are successful, £1,000 will be deducted from your tuition fees.
The closing date for January scholarship applications is 30 November 2013. You will be informed of the result of your application after this date.