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Frequently asked questions

What does the ILM accreditation offer?

All our Management courses are dual accredited by the ILM, which means that after you complete certain modules, you’ll gain a Level 4 Award in Leadership and Management. As well as the dual award, you’ll also get a year’s membership to the ILM, giving you access to valuable online resources.

Will all of my classes take place at the Brookfield campus?

In your first year you will split your time between Brookfield and the main University campus, getting to know all the facilities available to you in both locations. After that you'll spend more time at Brookfield, including access to Finalists Cottage in your final year. Brookfield and main campus are only a few minutes' walk apart.

How many hours a week will I spend in lectures?

During your first year you will typically have about 6 hours of lectures and between 3 and 5 hours of seminars. Outside of these scheduled classes you will be expected to continue your learning through independent self-study.

Can I change course?

Yes, the Management Studies BSc, the Marketing BSC and the Human Resource Management BSc all have the same first year so you can transfer from one to the other at the end of Year 1.

Can I do a placement year?

Yes, a Year in Industry is available on all these courses and is a fantastic opportunity to gain valuable experience working (and getting paid!) in a sector of your choice. You will have full support from the School of Business Careers Team and a dedicated Year in Industry tutor.

Can I study abroad?

Many of our courses feature the opportunity to study abroad.

There are many benefits of spending time studying abroad during your course - International experiences can enhance your academic and personal skills and your employability.

Most students go for one academic year, between the second and third years of their course. However, some Schools offer one-semester options. You can also consider going on an overseas summer school, whether as a taster for a full year, or simply as a shorter alternative. And don’t worry if you don’t currently speak any other languages - we have many partner universities in other English-speaking countries, and most of our partner universities teach at least some of their classes in English.

We have exchange partner universities on every continent (except Antarctica!). Where you can go depends on your course and this list can vary from year to year.