BA (HONS) with Business Specializations third year: Management, Finance, Marketing, HR, Tourism

YEAR 1, Level 4. Diploma in Business.
YEAR 2, Level 5. Advanced Diploma in Business
YEAR 3. Level 6. BA (Hons) (Top-Up online/onsite in a UK University*). Students can choose among specializations: Business, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Tourism.

- Study in Thailand and Graduate in the UK. Get your degree from a Top British University and be ready to face the global business arena.
- Complete your undergraduate Bachelor programme in 3 years with 360 UK credits (180ECTS)
- Internship placement during the last year either in Europe or Asia (optional).
- Learn by doing, study not only theories but practice.
- Optional Stages in Bangkok performing complementary professional activities
- Work regulary with Top Visiting faculty from the 5 continents who can help you to exceed your expectations.
- Small classes and limited seats

Universities*: Guaranteed admission at Bangor University and Birmingham City University (onsite). Admission Elegibility at a number of online universities as well.

Students are required to study the following eight core units:

  • Essentials of Management – covers the principles and functions of management. Students will be taught the key elements in planning and decision-making, and the significance of different controls required in an organisation.

  • Fundamentals of Economics – covers fundamental economic theories and concepts which are applied in decision-making in a business environment. Students will gain an understanding of the economic environment and its effect upon business organisations and their markets.

  • Communications for Business – gives an introduction to a wide range of skills for business professionals. Students will cover the production of various types of documents and presentations as well as the skills needed to communicate effectively in a business environment.

  • Understanding Business Organisations – introduces the objectives, roles, functions and various forms of business organisations as they adapt to a dynamic and changing environment.

  • Business Mathematics – covers a range of mathematical techniques and formulae to support business studies and develop the ability to make informed business decisions. Students will also be taught to present and analyse business data.

  • Introduction to Finance – introduces the basic concepts and techniques of financial and managerial accounting. It considers the role of accounting in recording and reporting financial performance and in providing information to decision makers.

  • eBusiness – explores a wide range of applications for eCommerce and the use of these in solving business problems. Students will learn about state-of-the-art technologies and their major impact on the business world.

  • Principles of Marketing – examines the role and value of marketing in today’s increasingly competitive and dynamic environment. Students will practise marketing principles in order to analyse, plan and implement policies to achieve marketing and corporate objectives.

Students are required to complete six of the following eight units:

  • Business Economics– examines how an organisation can achieve its objectives most efficiently through the application of micro-economic theory and the tools of analysis of decision science, such as statistics and quantitative methods. It demonstrates how economic analysis can be used in formulating business policies.

  • Advanced Business Mathematics – provides an understanding of how a number of statistical and mathematical techniques are applied in economic and business decision-making.

  • Marketing in Business – highlights the need for managers to view the role of marketing as critical to their organisation. The crucial role of marketing in contributing to the success of organisations is emphasised.

  • Human Resources in Business – explores the dynamic role of human resource management policies and practices in contemporary organisations and their contribution to the goals of those organisations. It defines and critically examines the major philosophies, policies, procedures and practices related to the management of human resources.

  • Understanding Consumer Behaviour – provides an understanding of customers’ needs and the complexity of the decision making process customers undertake in both consumer and industrial markets.

  • Principles of Business Operations – explores the operations management function and its basis in creating and sustaining effective and efficient operations which deliver the products or services in a manner which achieves the objectives of the organisation. You will analyse this with respect to cost, quality, flexibility, dependability and speed.

  • Financial Management – builds on your knowledge of fundamental financial concepts in financial and management accounting by considering the applications of these topics in a business environment and by examining a set of more advanced issues.

  • Information Systems and Organisations – introduces the subject of information systems and technology in organisations, taking a broad management perspective. Students will gain an understanding of the current and future role of information systems in modern organisations, including an appreciation of the social, cultural and political aspects that are important to the successful adoption of technology.

Due to own agreements and agreements of our awarding body NCC, we facilittate the progression to a last year BA(Hons) in a relevant number of UK and Australian Universities for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

*Notice that the tuition fees can slightly vary depending on the payment system chosen

Tuition Fees L4 & L5 path to Top-Up to final year in a UK, Australian or Swiss University of Applied Sciences Institue
BOOKING FEE: 500.00 USD (included in the tuition
Tuition fee/year: 7,000.00 USD
Total program (2 years): 14.000.00 USD
Examination Fees are 50.00 USD/subject. Total examination fees are:
Year One: 400.00 USD (8 subjects)
Year two: 300.00 USD (6 courses)

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