Undergraduate

The greatest business leaders solve problems, make things simpler and see the best in people.

Our undergraduate courses are split into three subject areas: accounting and finance, economics and management, and our modules are led by experts who’ve made their mark in the business world.

In your first year you’ll cover the basics of your course. You’re not expected to know exactly what direction you’ll take - which is why you won’t start specialising until your second year, when you can choose your option modules. You may even decide to study abroad or gain valuable experience with a year in industry between your second and final years.

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Some of our courses are changing from September 2020, so please select your year of entry to see the degrees available.

2019 start

Economics

Banking and Finance BA (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: LN13
How does the study of modern economics relate to how organisations and financial systems work? You’ll tackle this question from a range of angles, and along the way, learn how to apply your skills to real-world issues.

Banking and Finance BSc (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: NL31
In an industry as vast and competitive as this one, specialist knowledge goes a long way. In this degree, you’ll gain advanced training in how to apply mathematics and statistics to the core areas of economics, banking and finance.

Business Economics BA (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: L112
In the world of business, success often hinges on solid financial decision-making. By delving deep into modern economic analysis and ideas, you’ll discover what it takes to make these decisions.

Business Economics BSc (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: L113
This degree takes a more quantitative approach to business economics. This means you’ll build on your background in mathematics and statistics, and discover how to apply your skills to the core areas of business and economics.

Economics BA (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: L100
This degree takes a more quantitative approach to business economics. This means you’ll build on your background in mathematics and statistics, and discover how to apply your skills to the core areas of business and economics.

Economics BSc (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: L102
How do we tackle economic issues through mathematics and statistics? Economists with more quantitative backgrounds come into their own in specialist areas such as research, statistical forecasting and econometrics. This degree will advance your knowledge, and give you skills needed to make your mark out in the field.

Economics and Accounting BA
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: L1N4
Economics and accounting. Studied side-by-side, these two subjects give you the skills and knowledge needed to wrap your head around how companies work from both the inside and outside.

Economics and Accounting BSc
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: LN14
In areas like financial reporting, management accounting, auditing and taxation – it often helps to have a strong background in mathematics and statistics. This degree will hone your skills in these areas, so you can find specialist roles out in the field.

Financial Economics BA 
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: L111
What role do financial systems play in global economics? And how can we better understand the true impact of major economic decisions? These are big questions, but you’ll break them down by studying the very fundamentals of economics.

Financial Economics BSc (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: L115
The world of pricing, interest rates and shares is truly fascinating. It becomes even more so when you know how to apply advanced mathematics and statistics to dive deeper. If you come from a strong quantitative background – this degree is for you.

Accounting and finance

Accounting BSc (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: N400
As long as money makes the world go round, accounting skills will be in high demand. This degree takes your love of numbers to the next level, giving you the skills and expertise to work as an accountant in all kinds of industries.

Accounting and Finance BSc (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: 72N7
Accounting and finance go together like money and banks. And studying them side-by-side will give you the skills and experience to work in areas such as professional accountancy, investment banking and financial management.

Management

Human Resource Management BA (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: N600
As organisations are becoming increasingly complex, the role of human resource management has never been more vital. In this degree, you’ll study the factors that shape the way people work, and the skills you’ll need to become a great manager.

Management Studies BA (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: N200
From local councils to global not-for-profits, the way organisations are managed impacts more than just the people working in them. You’ll look at how managerial failures affect the world around us, and how to tackle these challenges head-on.

Marketing BA (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: N500
Why do we love brands so much? How does the marketing of products, services and experiences impact our daily lives? In this degree, you’ll combine your studies of management with a strong focus on marketing.

2020 start

Economics

Economics BSc (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: TBC
Economic issues capture our attention on a daily basis. This degree lets you study them in detail and, along the way, learn how to apply your skills to real-world issues.

Economics and Accounting BSc (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: TBC
Studied side-by-side, these two subjects give you the skills and knowledge needed to wrap your head around how companies work from both the inside and outside. This degree will hone your skills so you can find specialist roles out in the field.

Economics and Business BSc (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: TBC
In the world of business, success often hinges on decision-making that is founded on proper knowledge of economics and finance. By delving deep into modern economic analysis and ideas, you’ll discover what it takes to make these decisions.

Economics and Econometrics BSc (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: TBC
How do we tackle economic issues through mathematics and statistics? Economists with more quantitative backgrounds come into their own in specialist areas such as statistical forecasting and econometrics.

Financial Economics and Banking BSc (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: TBC
How does modern economic study relate to the banking system and financial markets? What role do financial systems play in global economics and how can we better understand their true impact? These are big questions, but you’ll break them down by studying the very fundamentals of economics.

Financial Economics and Econometrics BSc (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: TBC
The world of financial markets is complex but fascinating. It becomes even more so when you know how to apply specialist knowledge in mathematics and statistics to dive deeper.

Accounting and finance

Accounting BSc (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: N400
As long as money makes the world go round, accounting skills will be in high demand. This degree takes your love of numbers to the next level, giving you the skills and expertise to work as an accountant in all kinds of industries.

Accounting and Finance BSc (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: 72N7
Accounting and finance go together like money and banks. And studying them side-by-side will give you the skills and experience to work in areas such as professional accountancy, investment banking and financial management.

Management

Human Resource Management BA (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: N600
As organisations are becoming increasingly complex, the role of human resource management has never been more vital. In this degree, you’ll study the factors that shape the way people work, and the skills you’ll need to become a great manager.

Management Studies BA (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: N200
From local councils to global not-for-profits, the way organisations are managed impacts more than just the people working in them. You’ll look at how managerial failures affect the world around us, and how to tackle these challenges head-on.

Marketing BA (with optional Year Abroad or Year in Industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS code: N500
Why do we love brands so much? How does the marketing of products, services and experiences impact our daily lives? In this degree, you’ll combine your studies of management with a strong focus on marketing.

Year abroad

As an undergraduate student in the School of Business you have the exciting opportunity to extend your studies by spending your third year studying abroad.

Find out about our exchange schemes

Year in industry

A year in industry involves you taking a year of full-time work between your second and third year of study.

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Careers and employability

Our undergraduate programmes are specially designed to support you to gain the skills, experiences and exposure you need.

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Open days

Our undergraduate Open Days are the perfect opportunity to explore our campus and accommodation, and find out about course information, finance, careers and our award-winning student support services.

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