The course aims to develop skills and business knowledge in students at higher education level. It is essential that students have the necessary motivation and time available to undertake background reading and research whilst on this course.
Modules studied over 3 years include:
- Introducing the Modern Workplace
- Marketing Essentials
- Global Business Environment
- Work Based Learning
- Accounting Fundamentals
- Managing People
- Data Management & Business Intel
- Industry Skills
- Management Accounting
- Key Skills for employability
- Applied Work Based Learning
- A minimum of two GCSEs at grade C or above to include English Language and Maths (may include 1 relevant equivalent)
- 32 UCAS points. Alternatively, relevant training and experience equivalent to NVQ Level3.
- Direct admission for applicants who have been out of full time education for more than two years will be considered based on previous learning or experience.
- Each appliation is considered on individual merit.
- A genuine interest in mangement and business.
- Budget for books
- Internet access
A wide range of business functions, including: management, accountancy, marketing, finance, personnel and purchasing. Successful students may top-up to a full degree in Management and Business through further study at Pembrokeshire College.
Offering degree courses since 1992, the College has entered into a strategic alliance with the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Swansea Metropolitan University, Coleg Sir Gar and Coleg Ceredigion. The result is a dual sector university based on a dynamic new vision for the delivery of higher education within the region, endorsed by the Welsh Assembly Government.
The College takes all reasonable steps to provide the educational services and courses as described above. Details are correct at the time of editing but may be subject to change without prior notice. Courses will not run if student numbers are insufficient. The College has the right to refuse individuals entry to courses in certain circumstances. Prospective students may be advised of more suitable alternatives, if appropriate.