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Business is a fascinating subject and looks at real world problems such as: How can businesses maximise profits? How do you grow a business? How do businesses create products which customers want? How do businesses motivate their staff? The course provides an engaging curriculum whether you are thinking of a future as an entrepreneur, senior manager or even specialising in a business field such as marketing or finance! The course provides an excellent academic grounding as well as the added value of developing knowledge and skills which will be useful throughout your career such as budgeting, leadership and problem solving.
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Level 3

Our A-level in Economics equips students with the skills and confidence to explore more on how resources are allocated in the world around them. It leads on from GCSE and provides an excellent basis for further study at university or the apprenticeship route. By learning how to explain and evaluate economic problems and possible solutions, students will acquire a way of thinking as economists and develop a logical approach to thinking and reasoning.
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Level 3

What do Margaret Thatcher, Benazir Bhutto, Barack Obama and Mahatma Gandhi have in common? Interestingly, they are world leaders who studied Law. For some, to study law is to uphold justice, a noble call that is most commendable. Law is not just for lawyers or in the courtroom as it affects all aspects of society; from the protection of life and liberty to corporate or international relations. Law students are capable of doing many important roles in a variety of professions.
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Level 3

The Business Management and Administration T-level offers young people a fantastic opportunity to gain hands on experience and important theoretical knowledge of how businesses operate, and how they can have a meaningful impact when they enter the workforce. You will be developing team and professional skills to get you ready for employment as well as all the essential knowledge needed for the sector.

The qualification will help you gain an understanding of the sector. You will study different types of business, analyse what works and what doesn’t and understand how they innovate and respond to challenges.

As well as a robust work experience element of the course, each student will have the choice of studying one stand alone occupational specialism: Business Improvement, Team Leadership/Management, Business Support.

The Business Management and Administration T-level offers young people a fantastic opportunity to gain hands on experience and important theoretical knowledge of how businesses operate, and ... more

Level 3

This Business transition programme gives you more than just the opportunity to learn from practical business experiences, you will be introduced to the world of business, examining concepts and ideas and the opportunity to gain practical work experience, helping you to understand how and why businesses operate. You will learn by completing projects and assignments that are based on realistic workplace situations, activities and demands. This programme is designed to take you straight into employment, an apprenticeship or progression onto our T-level business qualifications at Level 3.
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Level 2