Management 

(2018 Entry)

BA (Hons)

On this course you will have opportunities to work with both theoretical and real life business problems helping you to develop the skills needed to pursue a rewarding career in management.

Single Honours
Study abroad
Learn a language
International year
Placement year
3 years/ 4 years with international or placement year

UCAS code: N200

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Course Overview

The Management programme covers the fundamental aspects of business engaging with subjects such as accounting, finance, economics, human resource management, law, politics and psychology in order to explore the theory and practice of management in both the private and public sectors.

Alongside your subject knowledge, you will learn practical skills such as report writing, team working and making presentations. With the opportunity to take either a placement year or to spend a year studying abroad you will be able to combine your knowledge and skills with valuable real world experience and demonstrate your ability to put your learning into practice.

What will this mean for my future?

Keele enjoys high rates of graduate employment, where in 2016, were recognised nationally as 1st for employability in the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education survey. Keele’s Management programme will help you to develop the knowledge, skills, self-confidence and self-awareness you need to pursue your career goals. You might choose to take up a directly related career, such as in business management, human resource management, consultancy, finance, insurance, IT, marketing or accounting, but your broad skill set will be eminently transferable into other careers. Equally you may decide to go on to study for a postgraduate management qualification.

Indicative modules

First year

  • Global Business Environments
  • Management in Context
  • Accounting Principles
  • Foundations of HRM
  • Marketing Principles

Second year

  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Social Theory at Work
  • Operations and Quality Management
  • Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility

Third year

  • Business Strategy
  • Contemporary Issues in Management
  • New Business Plan
  • Leading, Change and Entrepreneurship
  • Identity, Culture and Organisation
  • Comparative Business Cultures



Ben Hollingworth

Ben Hollingworth

"I would recommend Keele because it allows you to see the bigger picture and consider other sectors of business "

Accounting and Business Management, Year Two student, 2017