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Mrs Pearl Ashaley
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Information Management for Business BSc
UCAS code: P1N1
In close collaboration with some of the biggest employers in the IT industry, this exciting and pioneering programme offers a unique balance of IT, management and business that is designed to ensure that our graduates have the tools they need to excel in, and lead, the industries of the future.
- Entry requirements
- Degree summary
- Degree structure
- Fees and funding
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|Subjects||No specific subjects.|
|AS Levels||For UK-based students a pass in a further subject at AS level or equivalent is required.|
|GCSEs||English Language and Mathematics at grade C. For UK-based students, a grade C or equivalent in a foreign language (other than Ancient Greek, Biblical Hebrew or Latin) is required. UCL provides opportunities to meet the foreign language requirement following enrolment, further details at: www.ucl.ac.uk/ug-reqs|
|Subjects||A score of 17 points in three higher level subjects, with no score lower than 5.|
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In addition to A level and International Baccalaureate, UCL considers a wide range of international qualifications for entry to its undergraduate degree programmes.
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University Preparatory Certificates
UCL offers intensive one-year foundation courses to prepare international students for a variety of degree programmes at UCL.
The University Preparatory Certificates (UPCs) are for international students of high academic potential who are aiming to gain access to undergraduate degree programmes at UCL and other top UK universities.
For more information see our website: www.ucl.ac.uk/upc
English language requirements
If English is not your first language you will also need to satisfy UCL's English Language Requirements. A variety of English language programmes are offered at the UCL Centre for Languages & International Education.
- Developed in close collaboration with companies including British Airways, BT, Computer Associates, Ford, Fujitsu, HP, IBM, Morgan Stanley, Aviva (formerly Norwich Union) and Unilever.
- The programme provides the highest quality management and technology education and a deep insight into the management issues faced by technology-intensive organisations.
- The programme links cutting-edge technology to innovative business practices. There is a clear and direct relationship between what is taught and learned and what is demanded by industry and commerce.
- The degree is endorsed by e-skills UK, licensed by the UK commission for Employment and Skills which is funded by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
The purpose of the first year is to provide you with the best possible grounding in information technology, leadership and management. This then serves as a foundation for the development of professional skills, knowledge, understanding and expertise throughout the rest of the programme.
The second year builds on your knowledge, to ensure that when you conduct your final-year studies and project dissertation, you are in the best possible position both to gain high marks in your degree, and to have acquired skills and expertise of value to the kinds of employers with whom we work.
Before the start of the final year you will be expected to identify a specific area for your project dissertation. This is normally conducted through working in close conjunction with one or more of the employers.
Teaching and learning is conducted through lectures, seminars, case studies and practicals; and there is a substantial and ever-developing virtual learning environment in which you will be expected to participate fully. Extensive background reading and literature research are required throughout the programme. You will attend special sessions, guest lectures, and regular tutorials with the Programme director.
In order to progress from one year to the next, you will need to pass all courses taken. These are examined through a combination of assessed coursework and written examinations. Examinations take place at the end of each academic year.
In each year of your degree you will take a number of individual courses, normally valued at 0.5 or 1.0 credits, adding up to a total of 4.0 credits for the year. Courses are assessed in the academic year in which they are taken. The balance of compulsory and optional courses varies from programme to programme and year to year. A 1.0 credit is considered equivalent to 15 credits in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
Further details on department website: Information Management for Business BSc
The programme will provide you with many skills, including: a solid core of business, project management and team working skills; greater depth and breadth of technical skills; and the foundation of excellent leadership, professional, personal and inter-personal skills to enable effective communication at all levels within an organisation.
The leadership, professional, technical and personal expertise developed during your degree will provide you with many employment and study options when you graduate. Our close contacts with employers will give rise to openings for graduates, and many graduates will have the opportunity to develop into both technology and management roles at an early stage of their career.
During the programme of study, many opportunities for work in companies - including internships - will be available. You may also wish to consider postgraduate study in computer and information science and technology, as well as more specialist management and business programmes.
First career destinations of recent graduates (2010-2012) of this programme include:
- Analyst, Goldman Sachs (2011)
- Trainee Manager, Bruder Mannesmann (2011)
- Consultant, Deloitte (2011)
- Full-time student, MSc in Management at the London Business School (2010)
- Associate, Ernst and Young (2010)
Find out more about London graduates' careers by visiting the Careers Group (University of London) website:
We are looking for evidence of your commitment and enthusiasm for the subject. This may be demonstrated through paid or voluntary work experience, or by giving examples of relevant project work carried out during your academic studies. If you have specific areas of interest within the broader field of information technology and management, you should indicate these on your application.
How to apply
Application for admission should be made through UCAS (the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). Applicants currently at school or college will be provided with advice on the process; however, applicants who have left school or who are based outside the United Kingdom may obtain information directly from UCAS.
If you are based in the UK and your application demonstrates that you are expected to meet our academic requirements, then you are likely to be invited for interview. This will provide you with an opportunity to discuss your application with us and to see the facilities and environment at UCL.
Students based outside the UK are assessed on the basis of their UCAS application, but we do encourage you to visit UCL if at all possible.
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Fees and funding
UK & EU fee
General funding notes
Details about financial support are available at: www.ucl.ac.uk/study/ug-finance
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