This programme covers a broad range of management disciplines and related skills. In the first year, in addition to the core modules, students choose from a selection of skills modules (communication skills, foreign language). In the second and third years there is a mix of core and optional modules providing opportunity to specialise or broaden the field of study.
ABOUT THE Department of Management
Students from the programme are highly employable, going into a range of careers including banking, consultancy, accountancy, marketing, advertising, human resource management and general management. Recent graduates have found employment as…. • Analyst (Consultancy), Accenture • Audit Trainee, BDO LLP • Business Studies Teacher, Norfolk County council • Company Director, Khalis Group of Industries • Corporate Finance Trainee, Deloitte • Legal Assistant, a legal company • Performance Manager, a digital media company
Sitting within the School of Social Science & Public Policy, the Department of Management has an interdisciplinary, social science ethos that cultivates a highly stimulating intellectual environment attracting leading scholars. A research-led curriculum encourages critical analysis and debate on contemporary management issues. A variety of teaching methods are used on the programme. Most modules use lectures accompanied by small-group tutorials.
STRUCTURE OF PROGRAMMES & ASSESSMENT
The Department of Management offers a single honours programme in Business Management and joint-honours programmes in French & Management. Modules are assessed through a range of techniques, including examinations, coursework and tutorial participation.
The Department benefits from being situated right in the heart of London, one of the most exciting cities for business in the world. We are very close to the Square Mile - the hub of international commerce & finance, and such attractions as the London Eye and the South Bank Centre. Most teaching takes place in the Franklin-Wilkins Building, part of the Waterloo Campus and one of London’s largest university buildings.
As part of the King’s exchange programme, single honours students have the opportunity to take the second year abroad at the University of Toronto and the University of Hong Kong.