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Business and Marketing Management (Final Year Entry)
Our Business and Marketing Management (Final Year Entry) course prepares you for a range of careers in business and marketing. If you want to top up your existing qualifications to an Honours degree, this course is for you.
You will explore marketing within the wider context of business and management. You will also combine key elements of business study with more specialist marketing management study. This will prepare you for a wealth of careers in a wide range of organisations in the UK and abroad.
Our course also prepares you for postgraduate study and furthers your professional development.
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Please note tuition fees for Home students may increase in subsequent years both for new and continuing students in line with an inflationary amount determined by government. Tuition fees for International students may increase in subsequent years both for new and continuing students.
Oxford Brookes University intends to maintain its fees for new and returning Home students at the maximum permitted level.
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It’s your responsibility to cover print / binding costs where coursework submission is required. Please note that a lot of the coursework is now submitted online.
|You may choose to purchase books to support your studies. Many books on our reading lists are available via the Library, or can be purchased secondhand.||£20-60 per book|
Accommodation fees in Brookes Letting (most do not include bills)
|£94-265 per week|
Accommodation fees in university halls (bills included, excluding laundry costs)
|£122-180 per week|
Graduation costs include tickets, gowning and photography. Gowns are not compulsory but typically students do hire robes, starting at £41.
Students are responsible for their own travel to and from university for classes. BrookesBus travel is subsidised for full-time undergraduate students that are on a course with a fee of £9,250 or more, or living in an Oxford Brookes hall of residence. There is an administration fee for the production of a BrookesKey.
Financial support and scholarships
Featured funding opportunities available for this course.
All financial support and scholarships
Learning and assessment
Over the year you will take eight compulsory modules.
Strategic Marketing Management challenges you to apply business and marketing knowledge. You’ll engage in a complex, team-based strategic marketing simulation.
Our Professional Practice module helps you prepare for your career. You’ll research an industry and reflect on how they can deliver the skills employers are looking for in graduate recruits. This module also covers:
- CV writing
- assessment centre skills.
You have the option to start this course in January. In each of your three years, you will study your first semester between January and May and your second semester between September and December. There will be no teaching during June, July and August.
After you graduate
The appeal of Business and Marketing Management graduates is that they can fit into marketing roles or more general business roles. They have not only developed the functional knowledge, but also the strategic thinking and other transferable skills that equip them to develop into effective, confident, reflective managers. Business and Marketing Management students have gone on to graduate roles in all areas of marketing, including brand management, marketing communications, digital marketing, marketing research, and sales, working in a wide variety of organisations and marketing agencies, both large and small. Employers of Business and Marketing Management graduates include Sky, Microsoft, Aldi, Reed Business Information, and Citroën among many others. A number of graduates have also gone on to undertake Masters degrees in marketing or broader business subjects.
Free language courses
Free language courses are available to full-time undergraduate and postgraduate students on many of our courses, and can be taken as a credit on some courses.
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