During this program, you will develop your teamwork, leadership and project management skills through the work and assessments you undertake. In addition, you’ll be able to critically evaluate strategic business issues while refining your financial decision-making processes and problem-solving skills.
BA (Hons) in Business Management (Finance) students will participate in a Business Simulation module where they will manage a problematic scenario within a virtual environment. In addition, students of this program will:
Develop specialist skills that include financial analysis and projections.
Contextualize the local and global financial environment.
Apply financial theories and analysis to real business functions.
Manage financial decision-making processes and problem solving.
How You Earn Your Degree
The BA (Hons) in Business Management (Finance) program lasts three years, with each year divided into two semesters. Each semester students complete three courses, including company visits and guest speaker sessions. On graduation, you earn a U.K. state-accredited bachelor’s degree awarded by the University of Derby, U.K. The University of Derby (UoD) is a public university recognized by the U.K. government´s higher education authorities. It is audited by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), the official quality assurance body for the Office of Students, the regulator for higher education in England. The University of Derby was ranked 26th by The Guardian University Guide 2020 and achieved joint third place for student satisfaction with teaching quality. The university’s business, management and marketing programs were ranked in the top 10.
As a partner student you will be granted access to the University’s online learning environment ‘University of Derby Online (UDo)’ where you will be able to access program resources related to your program, the University’s library and your grades.
First Semester (30 ECTS)
Second Semester (30 ECTS)
Third Semester (30 ECTS)
Fourth Semester (30 ECTS)
Fifth Semester (30 ECTS)
Sixt Semester (30 ECTS)