2022/23 entry

BSc (Hons) Business Management

Start date:
September 2022
Study mode:
Full time
Course Duration:
3 years, 4 years with placement
UCAS code:
N200
Points required:
112
Campus:
Mt Pleasant

Tuition fees (per year)

Home (full-time):
£9,250
International (full-time):
£16,100
Placement (home student):
£1,850
Placement (international student):
£3,650
All figures are subject to yearly increases.
Tuition fees are subject to parliamentary approval.

General enquiries:
0151 231 5090
Faculty of Business and Law:
0151 231 8080
busadmissions@ljmu.ac.uk
International enquiries
international@ljmu.ac.uk

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Why study Business Management at Liverpool John Moores University?

  • Prepares students for the future of work through the use of business simulation tools
  • Live business projects (with real organisations) allow students to put business theory into practice and help realise genuine business opportunities 
  • Opportunity to spend a sandwich year on a salaried placement, gaining valuable experience in industry
  • Focused approach to pastoral care and personal development
  • Strong alumni community with supportive network events to enable industry links and employment opportunities

About your course

The Business Management programme blends contemporary business theory with the practical application of technical business skills

​As a Business Management student you will become competent in:
  • digital analytical expertise
  • managing finance with appropriate tools
  • understanding financial markets
  • people management
  • development and marketing of products and services
  • planning and project management delivery

The programme has seven core modules at level 4 (first year), which form the essential commercial underpinnings for a global career in the digital business world. After completing this first year, students can then specialise and gain accreditation in their chosen area of expertise.

You are encouraged to complete an optional year work placement in industry between the second and third year of study. This will provide you with a richer overall experience.  It will also significantly enhance your employment prospects upon graduating, as you will have gained work experience that you can draw upon when completing application forms and interviews.

Liverpool Business School has partnerships with business schools at universities and colleges across Europe, in the USA and in China.  Liverpool Business School recognises the importance of providing cultural enrichment opportunities for students and offers students on this programme the opportunity to spend a semester in their second year at a partner university abroad as part of their studies. All study abroad opportunities are in English.  There are also many supported opportunities for activities at partner universities during summer vacations.

Business simulation tools are used in a number of core modules to replicate real-world work scenarios. Using various applications, students work in small groups and compete to develop the best business strategies for success - including business growth, market dominance, ethical business and sustainability goals. 

Throughout each year of the programme we run a series of networking events with course alumni and industry that allows students to develop with confidence, honing their communication skills and grow their own contacts and business links. 

Using LJMU's close business networks across the region, students have the opportunity to act as a consultant, working on live business case projects such as market research, ecommerce, business growth, project delivery, HR legislation, marketing or business ops. 

Hear what some of our students have to say about their business consultancy project work:

"This course has been designed to prepare our students for today’s business environment, giving them practical skills and theoretical knowledge so that they can go into the workplace confident and capable."

Andrew Doyle, Programme Leader

Fees and funding

There are many ways to fund study for home and international students

Fees

The fees quoted above cover registration, tuition, supervision, assessment and examinations as well as:

  • Library membership with access to printed, multimedia and digital resources
  • Access to programme-appropriate software
  • Library and student IT support
  • Free on-campus wifi via eduroam

Additional costs

Although not all of the following are compulsory/relevant, you should keep in mind the costs of:

  • accommodation and living expenditure
  • books (should you wish to have your own copies)
  • printing, photocopying and stationery
  • PC/laptop (should you prefer to purchase your own for independent study and online learning activities)
  • mobile phone/tablet (to access online services)
  • field trips (travel and activity costs)
  • placements (travel expenses and living costs)

Money

  • student visas (international students only)
  • study abroad opportunities (travel costs, accommodation, visas and immunisations)
  • academic conferences (travel costs)
  • professional-body membership
  • graduation (gown hire etc)

Funding

There are many ways to fund study for home and international students. From loans to International Scholarships and subject-specific funding, you’ll find all of the information you need on our specialist funding pages.

Employability

​Liverpool Business School has historically had an excellent employment record with graduates securing graduate-level positions with leading employers in public and private sectors.  These include Everton Football Club, Kellogg company, Santander and Deloitte. 

Graduates can expect to enjoy varied career opportunities both in the UK and overseas. Many graduates may establish their own consultancies or businesses.

The degree opens up a wide variety of career opportunities for graduates in marketing, digital analytics, purchasing, human resources, management, finance and sales.

Student Futures - Careers, Employability and Enterprise Service

We are committed to ensuring all our students experience a transformation in their employability skills and mindset and their career trajectory. A wide range of opportunities and support is available to you, within and beyond your course.

Every undergraduate curriculum includes Future Focus during Level 4, an e-learning resource and workshop designed to help you to develop your talents, passion and purpose. It will enable you to become more proactive, adaptable and resilient in your awareness and approach to career possibilities.

Every student has access to Careers Zone 24/7, LJMU’s state-of-the-art suite of online tools, resources and jobs board. There are opportunities for flexible, paid and part-time work through Unitemps, LJMU’s in-house recruitment service, ensuring students can build experience whilst they study.

One-to-one careers and employability advice is available via our campus-based Careers Zones to accelerate your job search and applications, CV and interview technique. Themed careers and employability workshops, a programme of employer events and recruitment fairs run throughout the year and students have the opportunity to hear from a range of alumni who openly share their own onward experience.

Student Futures work with businesses to create opportunities for fully funded internships which help students increase their network within the Liverpool City Region and beyond. Our Start-Up Hub can help you to grow your enterprise skills and to research, plan and start your own business or become a freelancer.

A suite of learning experiences, services and opportunities is available to final year students to help ensure you leave with a great onward plan. You can access LJMU’s Careers, Employability and Enterprise Services after you graduate and return for one-to-one support for life.

Go abroad

LJMU aims to make international opportunities available to every student. You may be able to study abroad as part of your degree at one of our 100+ partner universities across the world. You could also complete a work placement or apply for one of our prestigious worldwide internship programmes. If you wanted to go abroad for a shorter amount of time, you could attend one of our 1-4 week long summer schools.

Our Go Citizen Scheme can help with costs towards volunteering, individual projects or unpaid placements anywhere in the world. With all of these opportunities at your feet, why wouldn’t you take up the chance to go abroad?

Find out more about the opportunities we have available via our Instagram @ljmuglobalopps or email us at: goabroad@ljmu.ac.uk.

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What you will study on this degree

Please refer to guidance on core and option modules for further information on what you will study.

For 2023, this course will undergo its scheduled programme review, which will impact the advertised modules. Programme review is a standard part of the University’s approach to quality assurance and enhancement, enabling us to ensure that our courses remain up to date and maintain their high standard and relevancy.

Once the review is completed, this course website page will be updated to reflect any approved changes to the advertised course. These approved changes will also be communicated to those who apply for the course to ensure they wish to proceed with their application.

Further guidance on modules

Modules are designated core or option in accordance with professional body requirements, as applicable, and LJMU’s Academic Framework Regulations.

Whilst you are required to study core modules, optional modules are also included to provide you with an element of choice within the programme. The availability of optional modules may vary from year to year and will be subject to meeting minimum student numbers.

Where changes to modules are necessary these will be communicated as appropriate.

Please see the programme specification document for further details on this course:

Programme specification document (PDF)

Level 4

Core modules

Business and the Economy
20 credits

This module provides you with an ability to understand the importance of the UK economic environment in which firms and financial institutions operate. It enables you to consider the consequences of economic policy decisions on business.

Data Analysis for Business
10 credits

This module introduces you to key numerical techniques used in the business world to aid decision making. It aims to provide the mathematical and statistical foundations that are necessary in any area of business. 

Finance and Accounting for Managers
20 credits

This module provides you with both a theoretical understanding and practical application of management-level accounting and finance skills. This includes how an organisation first decides which business structure to form; how trading activities are recorded and evaluated; and how to decide which products to make or buy.

Principles of Marketing
20 credits

A comprehensive introduction to the principles of marketing in various market settings.  You will learn about building profitable relationships with customers and co-creating value in fast-changing and interdependent global marketplaces, justifying marketing strategies, providing solutions, exercising creativity and demonstrating theory and practice by delivering a marketing plan for a real company. You will develop an understanding of, and the ability to examine, the internal and external forces and be introduced to a range of strategic and tactic marketing tools that are vital for an informed approach to marketing decision making. 

Operations and Technology Management
20 credits

This module introduces you to how organisations produce goods and/or services. It is a broad subject that encompasses process and technology management and design, product design, production planning and control, quality management, supply chain management and inventory management. This module is designed to introduce you to the theory and practice of these areas which can be studied in more depth in Levels 5 and 6 of the degree programme.

Managing People and Organisations
10 credits

This module aims to give you an understanding of some of the theoretical and practical applications relevant to the management of people and their behaviour in organisations. It looks at work psychology underpinning management theory and introduces you to the role of the manager and leader, the management process and contemporary management practice.

Personal and Professional Development
20 credits

The module will provide opportunities to develop knowledge, skills, experiences, behaviours attributes and attitudes required for the transitions from student to graduate; introducing strategies that enhance employability and career choices, such as self-reflection, career management, selection and interview technique development.  This module also develops your academic skills of critical reading, researching, writing and presenting.






Level 5

Core modules

The Digital Economy
20 credits

This module provides you with both a theoretical and practical understanding as to what key considerations organisation(s) should evaluate in order to create, develop and maintain a web-enabled business. Given the significant development of both web technologies and legislative changes, you will become aware as to how strategic business decisions need to incorporate such aspects in order to ensure long term viability.

Project Management
20 credits

This project introduces you to project management theory, terms and concepts. You will develop an appreciation of the history and development of project management, together with an examination of examples of project application to a variety of situations. Additionally, there is an exploration of the various definitions and applications of projects, permitting you to explore the advantages and disadvantages of project management within a business environment.

Research and Analysis For Business
10 credits

This module aims to develop your skills in the research process, creating a research proposal on a topic of your choice. Working as an individual, you will work on a real research problem which will develop your skills in questionnaire design, team work, the analysis of quantitative and qualitative data and the production of a comprehensive research report.

Sustainability and the Circular Economy
20 credits

This module enables you to develop an understanding of the philosophical underpinnings of ethical decision making in a global business environment and to appreciate the impact of global business on host nations. It aims to introduce you to contemporary issues facing business in order that you may incorporate ethical, environmental and socially responsible dimensions into management thinking - particularly strategic decision making.

Employability and Enterprise
10 credits

This module aims to provide you with the skills and knowledge to succeed in the graduate employment market.

Optional modules

HR Fundamentals
20 credits

This module aims to develop your  understanding of the fundamental practices of human resource management in an organisation and their underpinning theory. You will learn how to recruit, select, performance manage, talent manage, develop and engage, reward and retain staff.

HR Models and Metrics
20 credits

This module aims to develop your understanding of the role of data in human recourse (HR) practice and the range of delivery models and strategic choices in managing and coordinating the HR Function.

Supply Chain Management
20 credits

This module provides you with a thorough understanding of modern supply chain management with a focus on gaining and maintaining competitive advantage through the supply chain.

Procurement Management
20 credits

This module develops your understanding of key concepts, theories and principles of procurement/purchasing, as part of the core modules taken in Level 4. It will enable you to apply different concepts and best practices in procurement management, such as strategic sourcing, category management, performance and risk management approaches.

Customer Relationship Management
20 credits

This module aims to encourage understanding, knowledge and critical appraisal of the strategic management of customer relations. It relates Customer Relationship Management (CRM) to delivering value in e-business in order to equip you with the skills and ability to play an effective role in enabling your organisations to succeed in realising the strategic potential of CRM.

Digital Marketing
20 credits

This module enables you to gain an in depth understanding of trends and business models in the Digital Economy with particular focus on Digital Marketing. You will analyse a range of digital marketing practices in terms of their underlying business models, compare the impact of digital marketing practices on the Marketing function, and apply and demonstrate the principles of effective digital presence and marketing practices in the development of an online portfolio.

Managing the Multinational Enterprise
20 credits

This module provides you with the frameworks required to analyse the managerial challenges and decisions related to operating internationally for a business organisation.

Finance of International Trade
20 credits

This module provides you with the practical knowledge and skills required by business companies in international trade. You will also develop the ability to critically evaluate the major issues/risks faced by exporters and importers, alongside the knowledge and skills to mitigate those risks.

Investment and Financial Analysis
20 credits

This modules enables you to make evidence-based investment decisions and analyse financial statements and performance in order to ensure sustainability, liquidity and profitability.

Project Management Methodologies
20 credits

This module aims to introduce you to current project management methodologies. You will develop a solid understanding of project processes, procedures and essential skills and knowledge needed to apply a structured project management methodology to the management of organisational projects.

Leading and Influencing Projects
20 credits

Project management is key to delivering strategic value within an organisation and it involves far more than a time plan, a budget and a risk register. This module explores the complexities and issues concerning effective project leadership and how to best meet project challenges. You will explore the importance of managing, leading and influencing a range of interlinked stakeholders, and develop an appreciation of the tools and approaches used by effective project leaders. 

Global Sustainability, Issues and Opportunities
20 credits

The aims of this module are for you to develop a broad understanding of sustainability, appreciate how the world’s current sustainability challenges are affecting and are affected by business, and to be able to competently discuss topics across a wide range of disciplines including business, economics, social issues and ecology. It will enable you to make informed decisions that incorporate ethical, environmental and responsible dimensions into management thinking - particularly strategic decision making.

CSR: Creating Shared Values
20 credits

This module provides you with the knowledge to operate shared value, which is a management strategy where organisations in all sectors perform a social as well as an economic function. It is an evolved form of CSR and philanthropy that emphasises sustainability and eliminates any harm that business has on people, communities and the planet. Leaders champion shared value and it is embedded in organisations so that it is the responsibility of all its members who are given the tools and motivation to achieve sustainable and resilient competitive value.

Level 6

Core modules

Strategic decision-making
20 credits

This modules is designed to simulate the Strategic Decision Making process, requiring students to apply the knowledge and skills they have developed throughout the programme, finance, marketing, CSR, economic etc, as well as their understanding of the Strategic Management gained in Semester 1.

Strategic Management
20 credits

This module provides you with an integrative and contemporary approach to the study of strategic management. It examines the role that this plays within the overall performance of a corporation across a range of geographical, organisational and industrial contexts.

Optional modules

Project Dissertation
40 credits

This module enables final year students to apply their knowledge and skills to a properly researched business problem or issue. 

Business Plan Consultancy
40 credits

This module aims to enable you to understand business problems and issues, particularly at strategic level. In the process you will acquire the skills and knowledge to formulate a business plan of sufficient robustness and rigour to be acceptable to business executives. 

Corporate Governance (CG) and Intellectual Property Rights
20 credits

This module provides you with the knowledge and understanding of how companies face the central challenge of delivering best practice corporate governance in the face of constant media scrutiny and increasing stakeholder demands. Focusing upon the UK Corporate Governance Code and placing this within a global context, the module combines the key components of boardroom structures and performance with a strong focus on current issues related to governance. 

Risk and Resilience in a Changing World
20 credits

The aims of this module are to introduce you to the principles and concepts of risk and to assess current drivers of risk in order to equip you with an appropriate framework for supporting an organisation in strengthening its resilience at an operational and strategic level to face current, emerging and future risk. 

Contemporary Project Management and Practice
20 credits

This module provides a focus on transferable soft skills. Through a focus on problem solving, this module allows you to investigate and diagnose using a range of applicable models, project issues and solutions that lead to improved project performance.

Strategic Corporate and Project Finance
20 credits

The aim of this module is to enable you to evaluate corporate financial decisions that form an essential part of strategic decision making and a project business case – funding, financial investment appraisal, financial control, risk management and performance evaluation. 

Contemporary Economic Policy
20 credits

This module introduces you to the exciting areas of economic policy controversies. This module captures the essence of economics and real-world issues and assesses how policy decisions impact on people and firms.

Strategic HRM
20 credits

The aims of this module is for you to develop an understanding of the models and theory underpinning strategic decision making in Human Resource Management (HRM) and the contribution of strategic HRM to organisational success.

Employment Law
20 credits

This module provides you with an understanding of the purpose of employment regulation and its role in management decision making. You will learn to manage contemporary human resource issues strategically and lawfully with particular regard to unfair dismissal law.

Leadership
20 credits

This module enables you to develop an understanding of the challenges faced by those involved in leading organisations in today's increasingly complex and dynamic global business environment. You will be introduced to models, concepts and theories. Techniques for critically analysing leadership within organisations and the many facets of interrelations will be introduced and developed over the course of the module.

Integrated Marketing Communications
20 credits

This module provides you with a comprehensive overview of global marketing issues and instils an appreciation of the international business and marketing environment.

Global Marketing
20 credits

This module enables you to analyse the principles and techniques involved in marketing strategically within the global context for business. Emphasis is placed on the identification of challenges presented by international marketing to equip you to deal with differences, opportunities and threats emerging from diverse economic, demographic, political/legal, cultural, technical and competitive environments. 

Strategic Branding
20 credits

This module provides you with the tools and engagement in Strategic Branding of self to support long-term wider personal impact.

Logistics and Transportation
20 credits

This module aims to develop your understanding of logistics and transportation systems. It forms an integral part of the Operations and Supply Chain Management pathway and builds on concepts introduced in the Level 5 modules in this pathway. It will enable you to assess different transport modes and to propose appropriate capacity planning and control approaches.

Lean Operations
20 credits

This module develops your understanding regarding the application of methodologies within business quality management. You will be introduced to the concepts of Six Sigma and Lean and their associated tools and techniques as means to improve process performance.

Teaching and work-related learning

Excellent facilities and learning resources

We adopt an active blended learning approach, meaning you will experience a combination of face-to-face and online learning during your time at LJMU. This enables you to experience a rich and diverse learning experience and engage fully with your studies. Our approach ensures that you can easily access support from your personal tutor, either by meeting them on-campus or via a video call to suit your needs.

Subjects are delivered via a balance of formal lectures, informal workshops, online activities and seminars.  These allow students to discuss, develop and practice their understanding of particular theories and principles.

Additionally professional speakers from industry share their own experience and perspectives with students, enabling them to gain invaluable insight into the workplace.

Practical off-site visits to organisations such as Jaguar Landrover, Typhoo, Vauxhall Motors and CAT (Centre for Alternative Technologies), allow students to observe how theory is put into practice.  This helps provide context to theoretical underpinnings and can also help students select their future career pathway.

The programme uses business technology to support learning.  This includes simulation, digital analytics, 'live' textbooks , use of the Bloomberg information centre, visits to our sensor city campus and case studies supported by our Canvas virtual learning environment.

Work-related Learning

You will gain valuable work-related experience when you work as part of a team of 'student consultants' on your live business project as part of the assessment requirements.

Early in your second year of study you can decide whether to undertake a paid 48-week work placement in the UK or overseas.  You would do this placement between your second and third year of study.

Placements provide the opportunity to gain experience of what it’s like to work in industry as well as giving you a chance to put your learning into practice, develop personal skills and enhance your employability. A significant number of our students also go on to secure employment with their placement provider after graduating. 

Liverpool Business School's Placement Support Unit will help you find suitable vacancies and support you during the application process and whilst on placement. 

​Placements are available in a wide variety of roles, in organisations of all sectors and sizes, from large multinationals to small and medium enterprises. Organisations we have previously placed Business students at include Unilever, Liverpool Football Club, Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Bentley.

During your placement, you will work on real-life business problems and have the opportunity to suggest ideas that may be implemented by your placement organisation.

Some students choose to spend their placement year abroad. Previous students have been placed with Airbus in Toulouse, Tom Tom in Amsterdam and Toyota in Brussels. 

Hear what some of our students had to say about their placement year:

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Support and guidance

Dedicated personal tutor, plus study skills support

​The programme team provides a supportive environment in which to study.  The 'student-centred' approach of your tutors will ensure that you are provided with the individual support and guidance needed.  A personal tutor will be assigned to help you with your personal development and career planning.

In addition, each module leader offers drop in opportunities for you to clarify your understanding and, if needed, provide further detailed feedback on a piece of work.

Assessment

Assessment varies depending on the modules you choose, but will usually include a combination of exams and coursework.

​We understand that students perform differently depending on the type of assessment they are given and so a range of assessment methods are used on the programme. These include written assignments (essays/reports, individual/group), exams, practical assessments, individual and group presentations, portfolios, reflective logs and a dissertation. There could be up to three assessments per module, for example a presentation, report and exam.

​Written feedback is provided within 15 working days of submission, but you can also get face-to-face feedback from your Module Tutor. We believe that constructive feedback is vital in helping you identify your strengths as well as the areas where you may need to develop further.

Course tutors

Our staff are committed to the highest standards of teaching and learning

Andrew Doyle

Andrew Doyle

Programme Leader

Andrew Doyle is an experienced academic who, after several years as a Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader took over as BSc Business Management Programme in 2022. His academic work is underpinned by many years as a Managing Director and he is skilled in strategic management, marketing and customer service. Andrew has redesigned and developed a number of programmes within the Liverpool Business School and has experience in all facets of business and higher education. His philosophy toward the BSc Business Management programme is to ensure it is intellectually challenging, insightful and practically applied to enable students real opportunities for employment and progression in the future of work. Andrew lectures on strategic management and marketing.

"Studying the BSc Business Management sets students up for the future of work, providing the opportunity to develop key industry-recognised skills. Digitisation, sustainability and global awareness are at the heart of this programme." 

Facilities

What you can expect from your School

The School is based in the Redmonds Building, in the heart of the bustling Mount Pleasant Campus and Liverpool’s growing Knowledge Quarter. The building is home to high quality lecture theatres and seminar rooms, social spaces, a café and a roof terrace with far reaching views of the cityscape and welsh hills. It is only a short walk from LJMU’s Aldham Robarts Library, which contains all the resources you will require for your studies, and is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Entry requirements

Please choose your qualifications below to view requirements

Minimum points required from qualifications: 112


GCSE and equivalents

Prior to starting the programme applicants must have obtained Grade C or Grade 4 or above in English Language and Mathematics GCSE or an approved alternative qualification below:

  • Key Skills Level 2 in English/ Maths
  • NVQ Level 2 Functional skills in Maths and English Writing and or Reading
  • Skills for Life Level 2 in Numeracy/English
  • Higher Diploma in Maths/ English
  • Functional Skills Level 2 in Maths/ English
  • Northern Ireland Essential Skills Level 2 in Communication or Application of Number
  • Wales Essential Skills Level 2 in Communication or Application of Number

A Levels

  • Minimum number of A Levels required: 2
  • Is general studies acceptable? Yes
  • Are AS level awards acceptable? Acceptable only when combined with other qualifications

T Levels

  • T Level requirements: 112 UCAS points in a related subject

BTEC qualifications

  • National Certificate (RQF): Acceptable only when combined with other qualifications
  • National Extended Certificate: Acceptable only when combined with other qualifications
  • National Diploma (RQF): Acceptable on its own and combined with other qualifications
  • National Diploma subjects / grades required: D*D* if studied on its own or to the total of 112 UCAS points if combined with other qualifications
  • National Extended Diploma (RQF): Acceptable on its own and combined with other qualifications
  • National Extended Diploma subjects / grades required: DMM if studied on its own or to the total of 112 UCAS points if combined with other qualifcations

Access to Higher Education Diploma

  • Access to Higher Education Diploma acceptability: Acceptable on its own and combined with other qualifications
  • Further information: At least 15 Distinctions and 30 Merits, or any other combination that equates to 112 UCAS Tariff points in a relevant subject

International Baccalaureate

  • International Baccalaureate: Acceptable on its own and combined with other qualifications
  • Additional information: 28 IB Diploma Points

Welsh awards

  • Welsh Baccalaureate: Acceptable only when combined with other qualifications

Irish awards

  • Irish Leaving Certificate: Acceptable on its own and combined with other qualifications
  • Grades / subjects required: 112 UCAS Tariff points with a maximum 20 UCAS Tariff points from Ordinary Level

Alternative qualifications considered

​Applications are welcomed from mature and non-standard applicants, who will be considered on an individual basis. These applicants may be required to submit an essay and/or attend an interview, and should demonstrate potential and motivation and/or have relevant experience.

International applications will be considered in line with UK qualifications.

Reduced Offer Scheme

As part of LJMU’s commitment to widening access we offer eligible students entry to their chosen course at a reduced threshold of up to 16/8 UCAS points. This applies if you are a student who has been in local authority care or if you have participated in one of LJMU’s sustained outreach initiatives, e.g. Summer University. Please contact the admission office for further details.

Will I be interviewed?

Mature and non standard applicants may be invited to attend interview

IELTS

6.0 (minimum of 5.5 in each component) or equivalent English language proficiency test.

International entry requirements

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Please Note: All international qualifications are subject to a qualification equivalency check.

Can this course be deferred?

Yes

Is a DBS check required?

No

Application and selection

Securing your place at LJMU

​We are looking for candidates who are genuinely interested in business, management and/or entrepreneurship. Applicants should be able to communicate effectively both orally and in their written work and possess the self discipline to manage their time and tasks effectively while at LJMU.

The University reserves the right to withdraw or make alterations to a course and facilities if necessary; this may be because such changes are deemed to be beneficial to students, are minor in nature and unlikely to impact negatively upon students or become necessary due to circumstances beyond the control of the University. Where this does happen, the University operates a policy of consultation, advice and support to all enrolled students affected by the proposed change to their course or module.

Further information on the terms and conditions of any offer made, our admissions policy and the complaints and appeals process.