Explore the range of full and part-time business degree courses we've available in study in Cambridge, Chelmsford, and our partners in Harlow and Peterborough.
This ACCA-accredited course will prepare you thoroughly for the accounting profession and offers significant exemptions from ACCA exams.
This ACCA-accredited course will prepare your thoroughly for the accounting profession and offers significant exemptions from ACCA exams.
Kick-start a rewarding career and gain maximum exemptions from professional body qualifications – including ACCA (nine Foundation papers), AIA (nine papers) and CPA Australia (five papers) - with our highly-regarded degree course.
Develop the skills you need to work in the dynamic areas of banking and finance. Learn from inspiring tutors and industry professionals. Whether your ultimate ambitions lie in banking itself or the wider commercial world, this degree is an excellent route towards a rewarding career.
Gain a full honours degree in just one year. Our course is perfect if you already have a relevant degree or equivalent qualification, and want to specialise in banking and finance. You’ll go straight into Year 3, enhancing your numerical analysis skills and improving your career prospects in an international market.
Boost your career prospects in a variety of industries in just one year. If you’ve already studied a relevant subject at higher education level and are now looking for an honours degree, our BSc (Hons) Business Administration (Top-up) could be just the course you need.
Imagine two companies providing exactly the same service to precisely the same standard. They’re identical in every conceivable way, except one; the people. Businesses can’t exist without their people. Study business and human resource management with us and learn how to help businesses prosper - through their staff.
Explore the fascinating, far-reaching field of economics and the business disciplines that have evolved from it – including finance, management and marketing. Economics relates to every aspect of our lives: government policies; health; labour; and population, to name but a few. It affects the decisions we make on a daily basis, both at home and at work, and that is what makes it highly valued by employers.