Students develop the business and management skills to start their own companies or be part of management teams in the Fashion, Interior Design, and Entertainment industries. Explores the range of techniques and models that are used by investors in analysing both security and portfolio performance, to further develop students’ understanding of security analysis and portfolio management and to introduce students to both the theoretical and the applied literature which investigates how securities should be priced and how investors appraise securities in practice.
Employers are keen to utilise the commercial awareness that business graduates offer, as increasing globalisation and continual changes in technology, communications, financial services and distribution of goods and services open up new business opportunities.
If you are an international student and you do not meet the academic and English language requirements specified above, you should consider a pre-sessional course at INTO Newcastle University , which will help to prepare you for study on this degree.
This module aims to provide you with insights into some key considerations that international businesses need to be aware of. Creating and appropriating value from international business strategy, and aligning with the premises of innovation for competitive advantage, are topical aspects that you will engage with in this module.
In for-profit work, management has as its primary function the satisfaction of a range of stakeholders This typically involves making a profit (for the shareholders), creating valued products at a reasonable cost (for customers), and providing rewarding employment opportunities (for employees).