About this course

You can now study the International Year One in Business Management to progress to the second year of a degree at Leeds Beckett University. With an internationally-tailored curriculum, this course will prepare you with all the subject-relevant knowledge you will need to achieve your potential in your degree.

This course is taught in English, so will give you a chance to get used to studying in a new language, as well as being a great start to studying abroad in a multicultural community.

IELTS Length Nov - Dec Jan - Apr May - Jul Aug Sep
5.0 (minimum 5.0 in writing and 4.5 in all other skill areas) 2 Semesters     Start the second year of your degree at Leeds Beckett University
5.0 (minimum 5.0 in writing and 4.5 in all other skill areas) 2 Semesters      
  International Year One  Vacant

Assessment

Your work will be assessed regularly through coursework assignments, presentations, essays, case studies and exams.

Where this course will take you

Once you have completed the course, and received the required grades, you will have the opportunity to progress to the second year of your chosen degree at Leeds Beckett University. You can choose from a wide variety of Business Management-related progression degrees.

Core modules

Please note that you are expected to attend 100% of your classes at the International Study Centre or you are at risk of losing your Student visa.

Organisational Behaviour

You will learn about human behaviour in organisations, from the perspective of individual employees, work groups and the organisation itself. This will focus on establishing and developing your skills through theoretical learning, using the practical application of ideas in a management and organisational setting.

Management of Business Organisations

You will be introduced to key aspects of management within business organisations. This module will give you an insight into management functions such as staffing, organising, planning, controlling, directing, and leading.

Enhancing Your Talent and Skills

You will learn how to use a range of resources and tools to facilitate your smooth transition to the university, support the successful completion of your undergraduate programme and develop your professional skills for the industry.

Economics

You will be introduced to basic economic theory and how it applies to business. This module will also focus on developing your ability to use the economic view of firms, markets and the general economy to inform your decision-making process.

Fundamentals of Accounting

The module is designed to equip you with a basic understanding of accounting systems and balance sheets in a business setting. You will learn about the importance of financial reports to different stakeholders in a business organisation.

Starting Your Own Business

This module provides you with the theoretical and practical experience involved in setting-up and running a business venture. You will be introduced to how businesses plan, finance, manage and operate their business ventures to create superior value to the customers and in turn, ensure they achieve superior performance.

Progression degrees

This programme can lead to one of the undergraduate degrees in the table below. Grades and progression degrees are guidelines and subject to change.


Degree Programmes Award Overall Grade English Grade Additional Grade
Business Accounting with Finance BA (Hons) 50% 50% with no less than 40% in each skill -
Business and Management BA (Hons) 50% 50% with no less than 40% in each skill
Business Economics BA (Hons) 50% 50% with no less than 40% in each skill -
Business Management with Enterprise BA (Hons) 50% 50% with no less than 40% in each skill -
Business Management with Law BA (Hons) 50% 50% with no less than 40% in each skill -
Business Management with Leadership BA (Hons) 50% 50% with no less than 40% in each skill -
Business Management with Marketing BA (Hons) 50% 50% with no less than 40% in each skill -
Business Studies BA (Hons) 50% 50% with no less than 40% in each skill -
Economics & Finance BA (Hons) 50% 50% with no less than 40% in each skill -
Human Resource Management and Business BA (Hons) 50% 50% with no less than 40% in each skill -

Course facts 

Start options

November or January

Length

2 semesters

Fees

£12,500

Semester dates

November 2022

Semester 1:
14/11/2022 - 31/03/2023
Semester 2:
24/04/2023 - 28/07/2023

January 2023

Semester 1:
09/01/2023 - 31/03/2023
Semester 2:
24/04/2023 - 28/07/2023

 

Entry requirements

English language
IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in writing and 4.5 in all other skills)

Academic
Good High School graduation grades (view full table)

Age
17+ years of age

Nationality
Course is only available to overseas students (non-UK and non-EU)

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