International Business, Finance and Economics with Industrial/Professional Experience bachelorchelor

University of Manchester
En Manchester (Inglaterra)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Manchester (Inglaterra)
  • Duración:
    4 Years
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This interdisciplinary course offers you the opportunity to study a wide range of course units across finance, accounting, economics, business analysis, innovation, strategy and political economy. You will study the technical tools and techniques required to measure and assess business performance, while also emphasising the importance of changing economic contexts. You will also have the opportunity to learn a foreign language as part of your degree.

This interdisciplinary course offers you the opportunity to study a wide range of course units across finance, accounting, economics, business analysis, innovation, strategy and political economy. You will study the technical tools and techniques required to measure and assess business performance, while also emphasising the importance of changing economic contexts. You will also have the opportunity to learn a...

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10 octubre 2016
Manchester
Oxford Road, M13 9PL, Greater Manchester, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

English Language
IELTS
IT Law
Politics
Business Analysis
Staff
Credit
Macroeconomics
Business Economics
English
Mathematics
Economics
Innovation
Maths
International
Finance
Financial
Law
University
School
International Business
Financial Training
Finance Economics
Managerial Economics
GCSE Mathematics
Business Finance

The University warmly welcomes applications from students studying the Key Skills qualification. However, as the opportunities to take these modules are not open to all applicants, currently this is not an essential requirement of the University.

Temario


This course aims to offer you an inter-disciplinary social science perspective on business that is strongly informed by leading contemporary research and which introduces you to competing and complementary perspectives on business issues.
Join one of the UK's longest established centres for the study of economics

Optional language study in years 2 and 3 - choose from 20 different languages
at varying levels
Selected course units grant exemptions from professional accountancy exams, including 1 ICAEW ACA paper, 7 ACCA papers and 7 CIMA papers
Your first year begins with a broad introduction to the study of business, finance and economics, enabling you to make an informed choice of areas to study later in the course. You will learn the technical skills of macro, micro and managerial economics and financial reporting.
You will study core course units in finance, managerial economics and business strategy and choose options from accounting and finance, economics and contexts for international business. You will gain practical report writing, financial and competitor analysis and databachelorse skills through a core unit in international business strategy, using a real-life case study. Current IBFE students are analysing the performance of globachelorl earthmoving machinery giant, Caterpillar Inc.

The IBFE degree places an emphasis on the international context within which business operates. It is also geared to those students who may wish to work in a foreign country. As such, in your second year you are given the option to learn a language (which can be continued into your third year). You can choose from 20 different languages at varying levels - visit the Language Centre
for more details.
Course units for year 2
The course unit details given below are subject to change, and are the latest example of the curriculum available on this course of study.
TitleCodeCredit ratingMandatory/optionalFoundations of Finance A
BMAN23000
20
Mandatory
Foundations of Finance A
BMAN23000A
20
Mandatory
Critical Perspectives in Strategy
BMAN24141
10
Mandatory
Managerial Economics I
ECON20000
20
Mandatory
Law in a Management Context
BMAN10901
10
Optional
Investment Analysis
BMAN20072
10
Optional
Financial Statement Analysis
BMAN20081
10
Optional
Business Intelligence and Big Data Analytics
BMAN20162
10
Optional
Business, Ethics and Society
BMAN20211
10
Optional
Innovation in Product Markets
BMAN20481
10
Optional
Marketing
BMAN20832
10
Optional
Financial Markets and Institutions
BMAN21011
10
Optional
Financial Reporting and Accountability
BMAN21020
20
Optional
Intermediate Management Accounting
BMAN21040
20
Optional
Business Law 1: Law, Business Liabilities and the Consumer
BMAN24042
10
Optional
Understanding the Financial Crisis: Competing Perspectives
BMAN24091
10
Optional
Mergers & Acquisitions: Financial Perspectives
BMAN24102
10
Optional
International Business
BMAN24121
10
Optional
The UK Economy - Macroeconomics
ECON10082
10
Optional
Environmental Economics IIA
ECON20101
10
Optional
Econometrics
ECON20110
20
Optional
Mathematical Economics I
ECON20120
20
Optional
Further Mathematics
ECON20281
10
Optional
Further Statistics
ECON20292
10
Optional
Development Economics IIA
ECON20321
10
Optional
Development Economics IIB
ECON20332
10
Optional
Business Economics 1A
ECON20341
10
Optional
Business Economics IB
ECON20342
10
Optional
Microeconomics IIA
ECON20351
10
Optional
Microeconomics IIB
ECON20352
10
Optional
Macroeconomics IIA
ECON20401
10
Optional
Macroeconomics IIB
ECON20402
10
Optional
Introduction to English Law (Non-Law Students)
LAWS10261
10
Optional
The Politics of (in)Security
POLI20332
20
Optional
Questions About International Politics
POLI20521
20
Optional
The Politics of Globachelorlisation
POLI20711
20
Optional
The Politics of Development
POLI20722
20
Optional
Comparative European Politics
POLI20912
10
Optional
France under the Fifth Republic
POLI20921
10
Optional
Mediterranean Politics
POLI20941
10
Optional
Political and Economic Anthropology
SOAN20822
20
Optional
Racism and Ethnicity in the UK
SOCY20962
20
Optional
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If successful, you will spend your third year on a paid work placement. Completing a placement will enable you to put theory into practice, further develop important transferable skills and gain a real insight into your chosen profession.
As well as compulsory course units in international finance, managerial economics and international business analysis, there are options in accounting and finance, contexts for international business, economics and modern languages. You will choose 60 credits of optional course units, enabling you to specialise.
The International Business Analysis Project allows you to critically analyse contemporary business practice from a social and political perspective. You will question the classical strategy tradition by exploring how the pressure to deliver shareholder value complicates the job of management. You will explore these ideas through real-life case studies, including a recently collapsed bachelornk (Lehman Brothers or Bear Stearns) and GlaxoSmithKline.
Tuition fees for home/EU students commencing their studies in September 2016 will be £9,000 per annum. Tuition fees for international students will be £20,000 per annum. For general information please see the  undergraduate fees
 pages.

For details of forthcoming University undergraduate open days, visit  open days and visits
 . If you can't make it to one of our undergraduate events on campus, our  virtual open day
  is the next best thing. Discover what our current students think about Alliance MBS and why they chose their courses. Take a good look around our campus - could you see yourself here?

35 points and 665 in Higher Level subjects plus no less than 5 for Standard Level Maths and English / English Language & Literature (Maths Studies and English Literature are not accepted).
Grades A1A1B1B1 at Higher Level plus one other subject at Higher Level.
We can only accept Scottish Highers in combination with Advanced Highers as follows: two Advanced Highers at Grades AB and two Highers at Grades AA plus Maths at Higher Level at Grade B.
3 Advanced Highers at Grades AAB or 2 Advanced Highers at Grades AB and two Highers at Grades AA plus Maths at Higher Level at Grade B.
We will accept the Welsh bachelorccalaureate in lieu of one A-level at either Grade A or B depending on the overall requirements for the course.
85% in European bachelorccalaureate with 70% in English and Maths
Alliance Manchester Business School has a long history of welcoming international students and seeks to continue this tradition by admitting excellent students from across the world. View detailed international entry requirements for your country
 . 
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma: BTEC 180 credit Extended Diploma with a minimum of 100 credits awarded at Distinction, 70 at Merit and the remaining 10 credits at Pass or above. THE BTEC SUBJECT WILL BE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION WHEN MAKING A DECISION.
BTEC Level 3 Diploma: Grade A at A level plus the BTEC 120 credit Diploma with a minimum of 60 credits awarded at Distinction, 50 credits at Merit and 10 credits at Pass OR: Grade B at A Level plus BTEC 120 credit Diploma with a minimum of 100 credits awarded at Distinction and the remaining 20 credits at Merit. THE BTEC SUBJECT WILL BE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION WHEN MAKING A DECISION.
BTEC Subsidiary Diploma : Grades AA at A level, plus the BTEC 60 credit Diploma with a minimum of 50 credits awarded at Merit and the remaining 10 credits at Pass OR: Grades AB at A level, plus the BTEC 60 credit Subsidiary Diploma with a minimum of 50 credits awarded at Distinction and the remaining 10 credits at Merit. THE BTEC SUBJECT WILL BE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION WHEN MAKING A DECISION.
Overall 60 credits are required with 45 at Level 3. Minimum of 30 credits at level 3 with a Distinction grade, plus further 15 credits with a grade Merit. Where GCSE Mathematics is not at grade B then please email  ug-ambs@manchester.ac.uk
 for further information. In addition, applicants should have GCSE in English Language at grade B or IELTS 6.5 with no component below 6, or equivalent. We also consider other factors such as additional educational achievements, life experience and skills on an individual bachelorsis.
D3 D3 M1 over 3 Principal Subjects
If you have followed a non-standard educational route and have been, for example, educated at home, your application will be considered against the standard entry criteria of the course to which you applied. You will be required to demonstrate that you meet the academic entry requirements as specified for the course. We will also require a reference which should be written by somebody who knows you well enough, in an official capacity, to write about you and your suitability for higher education. Please refer to UCAS for further information: UCAS reference guidelines
Return-to-learn students are those who have had a substantial period away from any formal learning. Often such learners have pursued careers or raised a family. The University understands that students come from many different bachelorckgrounds, with varying qualifications, careers and skills, but they often bring to their studies a high degree of motivation and experience.The University recognises that standard selection measures and procedures may not enable these learners to demonstrate fully their suitability for their chosen course. Where appropriate, admissions officers will seek and consider alternative evidence in order to give such learners equivalent consideration. Where they deem this alternative evidence meets entry criteria fully the learner will not be required to meet the standard academic entry requirements.

CTEC qualification

CTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma (180 credits): CTEC Extended Diploma with a minimum of 100 credits awarded at Distinction, 70 at Merit and the remaining 10 credits at Pass or above
CTEC Level 3 Diploma (120 credits): Grade A at A level plus the CTEC Diploma with a minimum of 60 credits awarded at Distinction, 50 credits at Merit and 10 credits at Pass
CTEC Introductory Diploma (60 credits): Grades AA at A level, plus the CTEC Diploma with a minimum of 50 credits awarded at Merit and the remaining 10 credits at Pass or Grades AB at A level, plus the CTEC  Diploma with a minimum of 50 credits awarded at Distinction and the remaining 10 credits at Merit.

IFS Diploma

An A in the Level 3 IFS Diploma in Financial Studies alongside two A Levels at AB. 
IELTS - International English Language Testing System
6.5 overall, with no less than 6 in any component
CAE - Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English
Grade C or above. Please provide your unique and special numbers to be verified online
GCSE/O Level English Language
 (as a first language) Grade B or aboveApplicants holding other qualifications should contact the undergraduate admissions team for guidance on the suitability of these qualifications
IGCSE English
 (as a first language) Grade B or above. International applicants who have studied IGCSE English will need to have completed the fully assessed oral examination to satisfy our English language requirements.

Pre-Sessional English

Details of pre-sessional English courses offered by the ULC can be viewed here -

http://www.ulc.manchester.ac.uk/english/full-time/pre-sessional/datesfees/


We do not accept the 10 week course. For further details regarding the 5 week course please contact ug.ambs@manchester.ac.uk
Some English language test results are only valid for two years. Your English language test report must be valid on the start date of the course.
Application and selection
Apply through UCAS
.
Mitigating circumstances may be personal or family illness, other family circumstances, change of teachers during a course, problems with school facilities or an unusual curriculum followed by your school or college. We recommend that information on mitigating circumstances that have affected or are likely to affect your academic performance will be included in the referee's report. We cannot usually take into account information that is supplied after an adverse decision has been made on an application by the admitting School. If you encounter mitigating circumstances after you have submitted your application, please inform the admissions staff in the School to which you applied as soon as possible.
Where mitigating circumstances have already been taken into account, for example by the relevant Exam Board, we will not be able to make further allowances.

Self-taught students


If you have followed a non-standard educational route and have been, for example, educated at home, your application will be considered against the standard entry criteria of the course to which you applied. You will be required to demonstrate that you meet the academic entry requirements as specified for the course. We will also require a reference which should be written by somebody who knows you well enough, in an official capacity, to write about you and your suitability for higher education. Please refer to UCAS for further information:   https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergraduate/apply-and-track/how-get-reference


Unit grade

The University of Manchester welcomes the provision of unit grade information which, like all other available information, will form the consideration of application. Unit grades will not normally form part of offer conditions, except for courses in the School of Mathematics.

A*

Alliance Manchester Business School will not be using the A* for standard entry requirements or offer making. It may however be taken into account at the point of confirmation to inform decisions on candidates who have narrowly missed the terms of their offers, and in the allocation of School Scholarships. Please note that the A* grade applies to UK A-levels only and has not been introduced for international A-levels. Courses will therefore state separate entry requirements for international A-levels where appropriate.

A-levels in a native or heritage language

We consider applications holistically taking into consideration the overall educational environment. Where native langue A levels are offered we will consider them in line with other subjects that the student has undertaken.
Predicted Grades

Strong examination results are the main factor in admitting students to our courses. We consider other information to ensure we admit students with the most outstanding potential. This is assessed within a structured framework and includes prior and predicted grades. Your referee should give realistic grade predications for all qualifications that you are currently studying at the top of their reference. If you attend a non-UK school or college that does not provide predicted grades your referee should explain this policy within their reference. Further guidance for referees is provided by UCAS (www.ucas.com).
We do not as a rule interview applicants. However, we reserve the right to interview candidates with non-standard bachelorckgrounds, eg. Mature students and students aged under 17.
The University encourages applications from applicants returning to education after employment or other experience. Your application will be considered against the standard entry criteria of the course to which you applied. However, we recognise that standard selection measures and procedures may not enable you to demonstrate fully your suitability for your chosen course. Where appropriate, admissions staff will seek and consider alternative evidence in order to give you equivalent consideration. Where they deem this alternative evidence to meet entry criteria fully, you will not be required to meet the standard academic entry requirements.
International applicants will be assessed against the standard entry criteria of the course to which they are applying.
Applications for deferred entry are considered equally to other applications up to the point of confirmation. Deferred entry is granted on the discretion of admissions staff, and is normally granted for one year only and 2 years at the maximum. Some English Language test results, such as IELTS or TOEFL, are only valid for two years from the test date.
We would normally raise our offer by at least one grade for applicants re-sitting their A Levels or equivalent. Any exceptional circumstances (e.g. illness prior, ongoing or at the time of your exams) should be included in your personal statement or in the academic reference.
Resits/A levels taken over more than one sitting are accepted.
If you applied in the previous year and your application was not successful you may apply again. Your application will be considered against the standard course entry criteria for that year of entry. In your new application you should demonstrate how your application has improved. We may draw upon all information from your previous applications or any previous registrations at the University as a student when assessing your suitability for your chosen course. If you are applying for a place for the same year of entry through UCAS Extra, you should provide additional evidence of your suitability for the course. If you are applying through clearing you are required to meet the clearing requirements. In both UCAS Extra and clearing the places will be subject to availability.
Transfers from students outside The University of Manchester to a course in our school are not considered without a full application through UCAS.  You may be asked to provide clarification of the reasons for a transfer as well as a transcript of grades from your current institution. Requests for transfers from students already attending The University of Manchester will be considered on a case by case bachelorsis with regards to our entry requirements for academic level and...