UK, EU and Channel Island students: Full-time Foundation Year fee: £6,165 per year for the foundation year. Continuous assessment consists of: Accounting class tests, computer generated practical experiments where students have to manipulate and interpret management-related data, case study research and analysis of a particular organisation and its business issue, academic essays exploring specific current issues such as innovation, consumer behaviour, managing change etc.
The second level is business level, where how will the individual business units will compete in the market is decided, these decisions are taken by the departmental managers, like marketing manager and the last level is the operational level, here the day to day decisions are decided, for example how will the organization deliver in terms of resources, people and process.
According to the research, the output did increase by the improved social relationships and human interaction which bought this change in the theoretical world of management and brought the thought of thinking about human relation and how it improving it could benefit an organization.
This module aims to develop the financial understanding and knowledge of students within business organisations so as to enable them to make effective decisions and to assess the cost, economic and financial implications and outcomes of these decisions.
Purpose: Entrepreneurship and the profile of the entrepreneur, small business management, business ideas and servicing a niche market, feasibility study, assessment of risk, business plan, establishment of a business, legal issues in the establishment of a small business.