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BUSINESS MANAGEMENT


The world of business is competitive. At Middlesex, we know what it takes to make you stand out, from helping you specialise in a particular area to teaching you to speak fluent Mandarin.


Take your first step to becoming a business leader at Middlesex. With central London only a tube ride away, you’ll never be short of opportunities to create connections. When you graduate, you can become a Chartered Management Institute member and join our alumni network.


Business Management BA Develop the skills you’ll need to be a successful manager in a wide range of industries. Become an associate member of the Chartered Manage- ment Institute when you graduate and develop your entrepreneurial know-how at our dedicated Enterprise Development Hub.


UCAS code N200 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/115


Business Management (Fast Track) BA Our two-year degree allows you to fast-track your studies in business management and so you can focus on launching a successful career in a range of industries. You’ll gain a full degree in two intensive years by studying across a calendar year, with extra support over the summer terms.


UCAS code N205 Entry requirements 120 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/116


Business Management (Finance) BA On the finance pathway, you’ll build your knowledge of business and finance practices within a wide range of industries. Explore a range of topics including managerial decision making, strategy, managerial leadership, business finance and financial statement analysis.


UCAS code N302 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/117


Business Management (Innovation and Entrepreneurship) BA Develop the practical tools to help companies innovate and get ahead of the competition. Along with core theories that underpin business success, you’ll learn about innovation and focus on developing systems, products and services.


UCAS code N28I Entry requirements 112 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/119


Business Management (Human Resource Management) BA Shape your studies to your career ambitions and build your expertise in people management alongside the operational functions of companies. Study the functions underpinning business success and gain an understanding of the HR sector to identify the techniques companies use to match skills to their needs.


UCAS code N601 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/118


Business Management (Mandarin) BA Get in-depth knowledge of how organisations operate while becoming fluent in Mandarin thanks to expert language tutors. You can take advantage of a range of exciting work placement options including spending a year in China immersing yourself in the world’s most widely- spoken language.


UCAS code NT19 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/120


Foundation year in Business – see page 132


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