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One year top-up

programmes

BA (Hons) Business Administration

BA (Hons) Business Management with Business English

BA (Hons) International Finance with Business English

BSc (Hons) International Logistics with Business English

BSc (Hons) Shipping and Logistics

University of Plymouth Faculty of Social Science and Business

Top-up your study to a full degree in just one year!

Study a masters with us as well and receive a

10% discount!

off the masters fee!

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The Business Administration Top-up is ideal for those students studying an EDEXCEL HND in Business. It provides students with an excellent opportunity to study the core disciplines of business including marketing, human resources, finance and operations management.

Entry Requirements

• Completion of an EDEXCEL HND in Business

or an equivalent to Stage 2 of a British degree in any relevant subject such as Accounting; Economics; Marketing; Operations Management or Personnel Management

• IELTS of 6.0 or equivalent English

qualification (with a minimum of 5.0 in the writing section)

• Students with an IELTS OF 5.5 or 5.0 (with a

minimum of 5.0 in the writing section) may also be offered a place subject to satisfactory completion of an eight or twelve week English Language summer school

Modules studied

• Marketing Management • Financial Analysis

• Managing Human Resources • Business Analysis

• Business Management • Operations Management

Postgraduate progression

opportunities include:

• MSc Business and Management • MSc Finance

• MSc Tourism and Hospitality

BA (Hons) Business Administration Top-up

BA (Hons) Business Management with Business English

This course is especially suited to those students who would like to pursue a career in business or management. An elective choice is available and allows you to specialise in a particular area of business if you wish.

Entry Requirements

• An equivalent to Stage 2 of a British degree

(for instance, completion of a graduation or higher diploma - our Admissions Team can advise further) in a relevant business subject such as Accounting; Economics; Marketing; Operations Management or Personnel Management

• IELTS of 6.0 or equivalent English

qualification (with a minimum of 5.0 in the writing section)

• Students with an IELTS of 5.5 or 5.0 (with a

minimum of 5.0 in the writing section) may also be offered a place subject to

satisfactory completion of an eight or twelve week English Language summer school

Modules studied

• Business Analysis • Business English

• English for Academic Purposes • Business Project

• Two Electives (free choice from a range

available)

Postgraduate progression

opportunities include:

• MSc Business and Management • MSc Finance • MSc Tourism and Hospitality

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BSc (Hons) International Logistics with Business English

This course is especially suited to those students who would like to pursue a career in either the maritime or logistics field. Continuation onto our range of specialist shipping and logistics masters is available once the top-up year has been successfully completed.

Entry Requirements

• An equivalent to Stage 2 of a British degree

(for instance, completion of a graduation or higher diploma - our Admissions Team can advise further) in a relevant subject such as business, logistics, management or transport

• IELTS of 6.0 or equivalent English

qualification (with a minimum of 5.0 in the writing section)

• Students with an IELTS OF 5.5 or 5.0 (with a

minimum of 5.0 in the writing section) may also be offered a place subject to

satisfactory completion of an eight or twelve week English Language summer school

Modules studied

• Business English • English Language

• Ports and Intermodal Policy

• International Logistics and Marketing

Channels

• Dissertation and Research Methods • Professional Studies

Postgraduate progression

opportunities include:

• MSc International Shipping • MSc International Logistics • MSc Port Management • MSc International Supply Chain

Management

• MSc Business and Management

BA (Hons) International Finance with Business English

This course is especially suited to those students who would like to pursue a career in accounting or finance. Continuation onto our specialist MSc Finance and general business masters is available upon successful completion of the top-up year.

Entry Requirements

• An equivalent to Stage 2 of a British degree

(for instance, completion of a graduation or higher diploma - our Admissions Team can advise further) in Finance or Accounting

• Students with an equivalent professional

qualification (such as part-qualified ACCA) are also considered

• IELTS of 6.0 or equivalent English

qualification (with a minimum of 5.0 in the writing section)

• Students with an IELTS of 5.5 or 5.0 (with a

minimum of 5.0 in the writing section) may also be offered a place subject to

satisfactory completion of an eight or twelve week English Language summer school

Modules studied

• Business English • English Language

• International Financial Management • Financial Research Methods • Project in International Finance • Finance Elective (choose one from

Investment Management or Quantitative Finance)

Postgraduate progression

opportunities include:

• MSc Business and Management • MSc Finance

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Entry Requirements

• Appropriate work experience and/or

relevant study to Stage 2 of a British degree or equivalent (for instance, completion of a graduation or higher diploma – our Admissions Team can advise further)

• IELTS of 6.0 or equivalent English

qualification (with a minimum of 5.0 in the writing section)

• Students with an IELTS of 5.5 or 5.0 (with a

minimum of 5.0 in the writing section) may also be offered a place subject to satisfactory completion of an eight or twelve week English Language summer school

Modules studied

• Shipping Policy

• Strategic Management and Finance • Ports and Intermodal Policy

• International Logistics and Marketing

Channels

• Dissertation and Research Methods • Professional Studies

Postgraduate progression

opportunities include:

• MSc International Shipping • MSc International Logistics • MSc Port Management

• MSc International Supply Chain Management • MSc Business and Management

BSc (Hons) Shipping and Logistics

This course is especially suited to those students who would like to pursue a career in shipping and logistics. It is ideal for students who have either work experience or academic qualifications in the shipping and logistics field.

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One year top-up programmes

Recognising the need for

many international students

to top-up their existing

studies to achieve the award

of a British BSc or BA

programme, the University

of Plymouth has created five

one-year programmes.

There are five top-up routes,

depending on your

background experience, the

subject(s) you have already

studied and what type of

career you would ultimately

like to choose.

Special Features

• If you wish to progress onto a

postgraduate programme we will offer you 10% off the masters fee and there is no need to repeat your IELTS test, so long as you graduate with at least a 2:2 in your top-up

• One year of intensive study at one of the

UK’s biggest universities

• English Language summer school

available

Duration

All top-up courses start in September and last for one full year. Our English Language summer school starts in July.

Fees

Fees for all of these programmes are detailed on our website:

www.plymouth.ac.uk

If you are unsure of your eligibility please contact us for advice. (Please see contact details at the back of the brochure)

University of Plymouth

The University of Plymouth is one of the UK's most dynamic and innovative universities - located at the heart of a great and beautiful waterfront city. With an educational history dating back to 1862, it boasts a tradition of excellence. Our agenda is to shape the university so that its future will be as successful - and as long lived - as its past.

One of our many recent successes is the on-going development of a superb city centre campus - we have already invested £100 million in new resources and facilities, with more new purpose-built facilities set to open soon.

Our agenda is excellence. Our outlook is superb. Whether you are interested in study, research or business, welcome to the University of Plymouth.

Plymouth Business School

It is the major provider of management education in the South West region of England and offers wide access to its courses through a network of partner colleges. With strong industrial links often based on the small business sector, the university is embedded in an enterprise culture. It provides a range of services to business and the region which include training, research consultancy, technology transfer, and economic regeneration. It also has very strong international links with a large programme of student exchanges and collaborative staff research.

English Language Centre

The University of Plymouth is pleased to offer summer school programmes

designed especially for students that don't meet our normal English language entry criteria. More details can be found on www.plymouth.ac.uk/elc.

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This publication went to print December 2007 – which may be more than two years before the start of your course. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this publication. However, as our courses, services and fees are regularly reviewed and updated, some details may change.

The university is committed to the promotion of equality and diversity. Our policies are available on the website:

www.plymouth.ac.uk/equalopportunities

www.plymouth.ac.uk

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Email: ssb.admission@plymouth.ac.uk

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