Undergraduate courses 2021

Become one of the business leaders of tomorrow by studying one of our business degrees. You will have the opportunity to choose a work placement, international year or an entrepreneurship year (UK students) pathway* to help you develop your business skills and enhance your graduate prospects. You can also choose a Business Foundation Year as an alternative route to access any of our degrees. It is an excellent introduction to studying a business related subject at university.

3 year degree (4 years with placement, entrepreneurship or international year)

With Business Foundation Year (4 years)

3 year degree (4 years with placement, entrepreneurship or international year)

With Business Foundation Year (4 years)

3 year degree (4 years with placement, entrepreneurship or international year)

With Business Foundation Year (4 years)

3 year degree (4 years with placement, entrepreneurship or international year)

With Business Foundation Year (4 years)

3 year degree (4 years with placement, entrepreneurship or international year)

With Business Foundation Year (4 years)

3 year degree (4 years with placement, entrepreneurship or international year)

With Business Foundation Year (4 years)

3 year degree (4 years with placement, entrepreneurship or international year)

With Business Foundation Year (4 years)

3 year degree (4 years with placement, entrepreneurship or international year)

With Business Foundation Year (4 years)

Cerys Cooper, Accounting and Finance student at Keele Business School

"If you enjoy the diversity of theory and maths then KBS is ideal and the course enables you to use real software such as STATA and Bloomberg, enhancing your experience."

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*Undergraduate pathways

Students who require a Visa to study in the UK may be able to add in a work placement depending upon the programme. The ability to add a work placement is dependent upon the UK Immigration rules at the time of the request. It may be that for some programmes students will not have the option to request a placement period to be added to their programme before they arrive in the UK and would need to apply for a new Visa. There is no guarantee that a placement will be provided and that students who have a Visa are subject to a number of restrictions on the type of work, including placements they can undertake.