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School of Management Undergraduate Studies


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Royal Holloway, University of London, is ranked in the top 30 of all UK universities. Through the dedication of our teachers, discoveries that change the world and the feel of the Royal Holloway experience, ours is a community that will inspire you to succeed academically, socially and personally. Our university was founded by two social reformers who pioneered the ideal of education and knowledge for2 all who could benefit. Their vision lives on today.

As one of the UK’s leading research intensive universities, we are home to some of the world’s foremost authorities in the sciences, arts, business, economics and law. As teachers and researchers they change lives, expand minds and help current and future leaders understand power and responsibility. Students and academics travel from all over the world to study and work here, ensuring a global perspective within a close knit, safe and historic campus.


Welcome to the School of Management The School provides research-focused, intellectually challenging degree programmes for students wishing to pursue a career in management.

Contents Why choose Management at Royal Holloway?

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Our internationally renowned academics bring both their research and experience of industry into the lecture theatre, helping students gain current and relevant management skills and knowledge.

Degree programmes

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Admissions and entry requirements

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Degree structure

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Contact details School of Management Head of SCHOOL

Professor Gloria Agyemang Head.schoolofmanagement@royalholloway.ac.uk General enquiries

+44 (0)1784 276213 Management-school@royalholloway.ac.uk Admissions enquiries

MN-UGadmissions@royalholloway.ac.uk Admissions Tutor

Dr. Eleni Tzouramani Eleni.Tzouramani@royalholloway.ac.uk +44 (0)1784 276631

More information

This brochure is designed to complement Royal Holloway’s Undergraduate Prospectus and information on the department’s website at royalholloway.ac.uk/management It is also available as a PDF at royalholloway.ac.uk/studyhere

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Why choose Management at Royal Holloway?

74% Research is internationally excellent and world leading. (REF 2014)

How would you successfully manage change? How can you best achieve your goals? A degree in management will give you the tools to build credible answers and plans to these and many other types of complex management questions. Management is a multi-faceted subject that gives you the foundation for strategic planning, evaluation of risks and opportunities, communicating key messages to internal and external audiences, managing resources, effective deployment of human and financial assets, and evaluating the results. Deep understanding of these key management processes, as well as acquiring sound knowledge of the way business and other organisations operate in today’s world, and developing your critical and analytical problem-solving skills, will positively impact your future career options. What distinguishes Management at Royal Holloway?

INTERNATIONAL COHORT

97

%

of our graduates are in work or further study (DLHE 2016)

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Dual Research and teaching focus: Being part of a

research-led School means that you will learn from experts in their fields. With our staff being at the frontiers of their subjects, it guarantees high quality teaching, cutting edge material, new exciting courses, and a continuously evolving undergraduate programme to respond timely to the needs of the market. Excellent career prospects: The School realises

employers are interested in the skills you develop through student life as well as the academic

knowledge you gain through your studies. The School, in partnership with the Careers Service, provide opportunities to develop transferable skills that allow you to market yourself effectively for graduate jobs. Campus Environment: Royal Holloway has a friendly

and relaxing community environment where everyday interactions with student and staff from different departments and nationalities which adds to our cosmopolitan vibe. Having everything on your doorstep from your studies, friends, societies, sports and social life is one aspect that really sets us apart from other colleges of the University of London.

Year in Business: The School of Management has

an expanding Year in Business programme in which students spend the 3rd year of their 4th year degree out on placement. While some students may find getting a placement hard work, the skills and enhanced self-awareness you will develop is fundamental to your future graduate career, and in some cases, can lead to a job offer or fast tracking through the recruitment process. Previous placement companies include GSK, IBM, Nomura, L’Oreal, Microsoft and Walt Disney Co.


Degree programmes Single Honours

Year in Business degrees

Business and Management

Accounting and Finance (Year in Business)

Accounting and Finance

Business and Management (Year in Business)

Management with Accounting

Management with Accounting (Year in Business)

Management with Entrepreneurship

Management with Entrepreneurship (Year in Business)

Management with Human Resources

Management with Human Resources (Year in Business)

Management with Digital Innovation

Management with Digital Innovation (Year in Business)

Management with International Business

Management with International Business (Year in Business)

Management with Marketing

Management with Marketing (Year in Business)

Management with Sustainability

Management with Sustainability (Year in Business)

Combined degree with management as a minor component Mathematics with Management

Combined degree with Management as a major component Management with Mathematics

Joint degrees with Management as an equal component Economics and Management Modern Languages and Management Mathematics and Management

Admissions and entry requirements We welcome applications from prospective students who want to study management. Typical offers

A-Level:

ABB

International Baccalaureate:

6, 5, 5 at Higher level with 32 points overall for all programmes except Accounting and Finance 6,6,5 at Higher level with 32 points overall.

Accounting and Finance:

ABB or equivalent

Joint Management and Maths:

ABB or equivalent, with at least an A2 at Grade A in Maths

Joint Management and Language:

ABB or equivalent, with at least an A2 at Grade B in the language to be studied.

Management and Economics:

ABB with at least an A2 at Grade A in GCSE Maths

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Degree structure Single Honours: Business and Management (All courses are 15 credits unless otherwise stated)

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Mandatory

Mandatory

Mandatory

Quantitative Methods

Employability

Responsible Business in Context

Interpreting Management

Strategic Management

International Business

Marketing Strategy in Context

Integrating Management: Leadership and Innovation

Markets and Consumption

Managerial Accounting

Accounting

Operations Management

Foundations in Digital Enterprise

Human Resource Management

Organisation Studies

Plus 30 credits selected from:

Plus either

Economic and Social Foundations for Sustainable Organisations

*One 15 credit course from another department * subject to availability and timetable constrains

The Global Economy Multinational Enterprise Marketing Research Digital Marketing Financial Management Managerial Economics Creative Process Management New Venture Creation Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship Motivation and Performance Managing Organisational Change Management and Environmental Sustainability Business in Society Project Management

Or One 30 credit course or two 15 credit courses from another department

Plus 90 credits with no more than 30 credits from any one specialism area Consumer Behaviour Emerging Markets Asia Pacific Business European Business Accounting for Corporate Accountability The Globalisation of Work International Human Resource Management (30) The Individual at Work Brands and Branding Global Marketing Strategic Management Accounting Strategic Finance Advertising and Promotion Clusters, Small Business and Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship, Theory and History Corporate Entrepreneurship Innovation, Strategy and the Corporation Responsible Entrepreneurship Corporate Governance Marketing Ethics and Society Accounting for Sustainability Business Process Applications Digital Innovation Management Business Data Analytics Innovation, Strategy and the Corporation Business in International Comparative Perspective Social Media, Networks and Business Dissertation (30)

Year in Business Students Only: Year 3 Complete Work Placement (30)

Year in Business Students Only: Year 4 Complete Year 3 as shown under Single Honours above.

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Single Honours: Accounting and Finance (All courses are 15 credits unless otherwise stated)

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Mandatory

Mandatory

Mandatory

Financial Accounting (30)

Financial Reporting

Advanced Financial Reporting

Introduction to Management Accounting

Management Accounting for Performance and Decisions Making

Management Accounting for Strategic Decisions

Introduction to Finance Quantitative Methods International Business Foundations in Digital Enterprise

Plus one Optional Business Law Markets and Consumption

Corporate Finance

Investment Management Ethics for Accounting and Finance

Strategic Management

Plus at least two (up to four) of the following AF courses:

Managerial Economics Employability

Plus two 15 credit courses from: Economic and Social Foundations for Sustainable Organisations

Communication and Impression Management in Accounting Taxation: Economics, Policy and Practice International Financial Reporting

Audit and Assurance

Contemporary Issues in Accounting and Finance

Principles of UK Taxation Multinational Enterprise

Remainder of credits (if any) to be chosen from:

Operations Management

Emerging Markets

Marketing Strategy in Context

European Business

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship

Global Marketing Project Management

This programme is accredited with four professional bodies. You may apply to the professional bodies for exemptions from some of their examinations. The number of exemptions depend on the options you choose and the marks you obtain on your courses. Certified Practising Accountants Australia

Business Data Analytics Corporate Governance

Year in Business Students Only: Year 3 Complete Work Placement (30)

Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales

Year in Business Students Only: Year 4 Complete Year 3 as shown under Accounting and Finance Single Honours

JOINT

RANKED

1 ST

in the

World

For other

accounting research

(BYU Accounting Rankings, 2016)

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Degree structure Single Honours Year 1 and 2 (All courses are 15 credits unless otherwise stated) Management with: Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Human Resources, Digital Innovation, International Business, Marketing, Sustainability. Year 1 Mandatory

Markets and Consumption

Plus either

Quantitative Methods

Accounting

Interpreting Management

Foundations in Digital Enterprise

Economic and Social Foundations for Sustainable Organisations

International Business

Organisation Studies

Or *One 15 credit course from another department * subject to availability and timetable constrains

Year 2 Mandatory

Management with Entrepreneurship

Management with International Business

Strategic Management

New Venture Creation

The Global Economy

Marketing Strategy in Context

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship

Multinational Enterprise

Managerial Accounting

Management with Human Resources

Management with Marketing

Operations Management

Motivation and Performance

Marketing Research

Human Resource Management

Managing Organisational Change

Digital Marketing

Employability

Management with Digital Innovation

Management with Sustainability

Plus 30 credits from your specialist subject:

Creative Process Management

Management and Environmental Sustainability

Management with Accounting

Project Management

Business in Society

Financial Management Managerial Economics Or

One 30 credit course or two 15 credit courses from another department.

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Single Honours Specialisms Year 3 (final) and 4 (YIB)

Management with: Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Human Resources, Digital Innovation, International Business, Marketing, Sustainability. You will complete your pathway mandatory courses. plus two optional 15 credit courses or one 30 credit course. (All courses are 15 credits unless otherwise stated) Accounting

Entrepreneur

HR

IB

Marketing

Sustain

Dig Innov

Responsible Business in Context

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

Integrating Management: Leadership and Innovation

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

International Financial Accounting

M

Consumer Behaviour

M

Asia Pacific Business

M

Emerging Markets

M

European Business

M

Accounting for Corporate Accountability

M

The Globalisation of Work

M

International Human Resource Management (30)

M

Social Media, Networks and Business

M

The Individual at work

M

Business in International Comparative Perspective

M

Brands and Branding

M

Global Marketing

M

Strategic Management Accounting

M

Strategic Finance

M

Advertising and Promotion

M

Clusters, Small Business and Entrepreneurship

M

Business Data Analytics

M

Digital Innovation Management

M

Business Process Applications

M

Entrepreneurship Theory and History

M

Corporate Entrepreneurship

M

Innovation, Strategy and the Corporation

M

Accounting for Sustainability

M

Corporate Governance

M

Responsible Entrepreneurship

M

Marketing Ethics and Society

M

Dissertation (30)

M – Mandatory; • – Optional

Year in Business Students Only: Year 3 Complete Work Placement (30)

Year in Business Students Only: Year 4 Complete Year 3 as shown under Single Honours above This brochure was published in May 2017 and the information given was correct at that time. It is intended primarily for those considering admission to Royal Holloway, University of London as undergraduate students in 2017/18. Occasionally it may be necessary for the University to vary the content and delivery of programmes so we advise all applicants to refer to the website prior to making any application. Full terms and conditions of admission can be found at royalholloway.ac.uk/studyhere.

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Degree structure Joint Degree – Economics and Management Joint Degree – Mathematics and Management Joint Degree – Modern Languages and Management (All courses are 15 credits unless otherwise stated) Year 1

Year 3

Mandatory Management courses

Mandatory Management courses

Social Media, Networks and Business

International Business

Responsible Business in Context

Entrepreneurship, Theory and History

Markets and Consumption

Integrating Management: Leadership and Innovation

Corporate Entrepreneurship

Plus two 15 credit courses from:

Accounting for Sustainability

Consumer Behaviour

Corporate Governance

Emerging Markets

Responsible Entrepreneurship

Asia Pacific Business

Marketing Ethics and Society

European Business

Plus one 30 credit course or two 15 credit courses from the other department

Accounting Organisation Studies

Plus specified courses in the other Department for a total of 60 credits

Year 2

The Globalisation of Work

Mandatory Management courses

Business in International Comparative Perspective

Strategic Management

Brands and Branding

Marketing Strategy in Context

Global Marketing

Managerial Accounting

Strategic Management Accounting

Human Resources Management

Strategic Finance

Plus specified courses in the other Department for a total of 60 credits

Advertising and Promotion

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Clusters, Small Business and Entrepreneurship

Innovation, Strategy and the Corporation


Minor Honours Management: Mathematics with Management (All courses are 15 credits unless otherwise stated)

Year 1

Year 3

Management: typically students would take 15 credits from:

All students to take two 15 credit courses from:

Accounting for Sustainability

International Business

Consumer Behaviour

Responsible Entrepreneurship

Markets and Consumption

Emerging Markets

Marketing Ethics and Society

Accounting

Asia Pacific Business

Plus specified courses in the other Department for a total of 90 credits

Organisation Studies

Plus specified courses in the other Department for a total of 90 credits

Year 2 All students take two 15 credit courses from: Strategic Management

European Business The Globalisation of Work Business in International Comparative Perspective

Corporate Governance

Please consult with the Mathematics Department for the breakdown of the major part of the course.

Brands and Branding Global Marketing Strategic Management Accounting Strategic Finance Advertising and Promotion

Marketing Strategy in Context

Clusters, Small Business and Entrepreneurship

Managerial Accounting

Social Media, Networks and Business

Human Resource Management

Entrepreneurship, Theory and History

Plus specified courses in the other Department for a total of 90 credits

Corporate Entrepreneurship Innovation, Strategy and the Corporation

Management Major Honours Management with Mathematics (All courses are 15 credits unless otherwise stated) Year 1

Year 3

Mandatory Management courses

Mandatory Management courses

Innovation, Strategy and the Corporation

Interpreting Management

Responsible Business in Context

Accounting for Sustainability

International Business

Integrating Management: Leadership and Innovation

Corporate Governance

Markets and Consumption Accounting

Plus 60 credits with no more than 30 credits from any one specialism area.

Foundations in Digital Enterprise

Consumer Behaviour

Organisation Studies

Emerging Markets

Plus one 30 credit course or two 15 credit courses in the Mathematics Department

Responsible Entrepreneurship Marketing Ethics and Society

Plus one 30 credit course or two 15 credit courses in the Mathematics Department

Asia Pacific Business European Business The Globalisation of Work

Year 2 Mandatory Management courses

Business in International Comparative Perspective Brands and Branding

Employability

Global Marketing

Strategic Management

Strategic Management Accounting

Marketing Strategy in Context

Strategic Finance

Managerial Accounting

Advertising and Promotion

Operations Management

Clusters, Small Business and Entrepreneurship

Human Resource Management

Social Media, Networks and Business

Plus one 30 credit course or two 15 credit courses in the Mathematics Department

Entrepreneurship, Theory and History Corporate Entrepreneurship

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School of Management undergraduate brochure 2017  

School of Management undergraduate brochure

School of Management undergraduate brochure 2017  

School of Management undergraduate brochure