Business

Why study Business?

A Business qualification is a great way to boost your personal development. Each student who successfully completes their course will have a wide range of transferable skills, which can effectively be put to use across several employment sectors.

Studying Business at CU Scarborough will give you a great insight into the following:

  • A key understanding into how businesses operate
  • Problem solving
  • Decision making
  • Presentation and reporting skills
  • Numeracy and an understanding into how financial data is important in business
  • Communication skills
  • Project management

As a Business student you will benefit from studying a wide range of disciplines including; economics, finance, law, HR, accounting and much more. When combined these disciplines will provide you with an in-depth understanding and insight into the business environment as a whole. Holding a Business qualification could give you the edge required in a competitive job market.

All the qualifications gained at CU Scarborough are accredited and awarded by Coventry University.

Progression route

At CU Scarborough we have several entry levels for Business. Including an Access year for those who’re looking to get into education, but don’t meet the entry requirements of our more advanced courses. Other courses include: Foundation Year, Higher National Certificate (HNC), Higher National Diploma (HND) and full BA (Hons) degree.

Employability

Graduates of business degrees can go on to study in a wide variety of sectors, several of which you may not necessarily associate with a Business qualification. The more obvious career pathways include roles in; accounting, finance, management, marketing, consulting, and so on.

Is CU Scarborough right for you?

Picking the correct educational institute is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make as a student. At CUS we specifically design our courses to fit around your life, many of our courses are available part-time and those that aren’t are taught in scheduled blocks to allow students as much free time as possible.