Business and Management
Modern business is about applying knowledge to practical situations, and having the confidence to do so.
Studying business will help you develop an excellent understanding of how business works and how different functions operate as a whole. The University of South Wales offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate business and management degrees.
If you’re an ambitious person, who is looking to underpin an understanding of a modern business, then studying business will help you develop an excellent understanding of how business works and how different functions operate as a whole.
Interested in studying business?
Careers in Business and Management
Having an in-depth knowledge and understanding of how to effectively contribute to the management of an organisation is a prize asset to any employer. From marketing and sales to finance and procurement there are a so many choices available to business graduates whether you’re looking to work in the commercial, industrial or public sectors.
Recent business graduates from the University of South Wales have attained positions from graduate trainees to senior managers in the public and private sectors. These positions have been attained locally, nationally and internationally. Not forgetting many business graduates also have the option of further study at postgraduate or professional level.
Study at the University of South Wales
At the University of South Wales we have a great reputation and industry links whilst offering maximum flexibility for our business students. One of the largest Business Schools in Wales, the University’s Business School has also been awarded an excellent rating by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) for its teaching and learning practices.
With business courses from degree to doctoral level available, you will be able to gain good all-round business skills which will enhance your employability and help further your career prospects. From business and entrepreneurship to human resources and marketing, the University’s Business School offers a broad choice of business courses along with some specialised routes that focus on key business disciplines.
”I couldn’t think of a better Business School. I’ve written reports, done presentations, created research documents and set up mini businesses. I’ve seen how to apply these skills, not just learn about them.”