Business administration deals with the performance or management of business operations and therefore is all about making or implementing major decisions. It is mostly about organizing people and resources efficiently so as to channel activities toward common goals. A degree in Business Administration can help you obtain those particular abilities and master the latest methods to manage a group or business. Problem-solving, theorizing and analytical thinking skills are much needed and favoured. In addition, this major will encourage you to think about issues such as diversity, ethics, politics and other dynamics that play a role in every work environment.
Many colleges and universities offer different specialization areas in the field and require you to focus on one. Focus areas include operations management, human resources management and general management
Conflicts are everyday occurrences in people's lives, social groups and international relations. In all historic times, in all cultures, groups and countries, the quest for peace has been ongoing. Costs incurred because of conflicts are very high: human suffering, economic losses and moral degradation.
A Business Studies A Level shows you are serious about starting a career in business. Whether you're aiming for a high-flying corporate role or your own successful small enterprise, the A Level Business Studies course is the place to start. Do you have a head for business? What's involved in starting an enterprise? How can you make a strategy for success? As the business world becomes more and more competitive employers are looking for people who understand the principles of business and can show commitment to a business career.
Our CIPS-accredited Advanced Diploma in Procurement and Supply is an industry standard qualification which demonstrates to employers that you have gained a high level of knowledge in procurement and supply operations, and have achieved a qualification from the premier professional body in purchasing and supply.
This interactive course offers a two-week introduction to Europe, with a strong focus on economic, political and business developments. Several prominent guest speakers from different disciplines will give their views on the past, present and future of the European Union (EU). In interactive sessions they will discuss theories and thoughts about the financial crisis, global shift, knowledge economy & innovation, sustainable banking, political context, public affairs, decision-making processes, European business and regional cooperation.
Economics is a subject which plays a part in everything from homes and small businesses to the macro-economics of nations, and the A Level Economics course gives you new perspectives on the way the world works and some of the most challenging problems affecting us today. Economics has the ability to shape our working and personal lives, and studying economics is an extremely broad field which can lead to a wide variety of lucrative careers. The A Level Economics course will give you a sound knowledge of economic principles.
The ILM Level 2 Certificate in Leadership and Team Skills is specially designed to give practising or aspiring team leaders a solid foundation in their formal development as a team leader.
This programme is designed to equip participants with skills and knowledge relevant to the arts and entertainment business.
The Dutch have always played an important role in international business. Our university is named after the Hanze League, a medieval bond of cities in the north western part of Europe of which many Dutch cities were a member.
This module enables you to put your work experiences to practical use in your academic study of business and management. It provides a first taste of work-based learning with the Open University. In this version of Working and learning: developing effective performance at work (BU130) you’ll study issues that are particularly relevant to working in the public sector.
This ILM management course will equip you with the skills and confidence to be more effective as a First Line Manager. Whatever the line of business, First Line Managers are the ones with their fingers on the pulse, managing staff, administering projects, reporting up the line, and still managing to keep their eye on the big picture.