Accounting and Business

HND Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
Course Title
HND Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
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Mode of Study
Entry Requirements
32 UCAS points from an appropriate level 3 qualification. You will be invited to attend an interview. English Language and maths GCSE at grade D (or grade 4) or above or equivalent (typically FS L2). We welcome applications from international or mature students without the required formal qualifications.
Leads on to
You will be able to progress to a University Degree or directly into eployment. Potential Job roles include: Business Entrepreneur Business Advisor Business Consultant
Develop your skills and understanding of Small Business Management with a Higher National Diploma. You’ll learn to identify and formulate plans to solve business-related problems, as well as investigating the effective use of communication and information technology. On this course you’ll develop essential skills such as time management, teamwork and self-motivation, plus an understanding of the sensitivity and openness required to work with diverse groups. These give you entry to Honours programmes at university and are highly valued by employers. Fees listed are per year. HNDs provide nationally recognised qualifications that offer career progression, professional development, employment opportunities and further progression within Higher Education. The qualifications are made up of mandatory units and specialist units studied during the first and second year. If you have a keen interest in small business management and how it applies to the world of business you can choose to specialise in this subject in your second year. This will equip you with the basic skills in small business management and entrepreneurship that you need to start a career in this fascinating area. Through a series of projects and case studies, you’ll learn how you can practically apply your knowledge in the world of work. You’ll also gain an excellent grounding in general business practices