BA (Hons) in Management – Year 3 – Top Up L6DB

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The third year of the course is delivered by Anglia Ruskin University (UK) for students who have completed levels 4 and 5 at ESEI.
Students will receive a valid UK degree, which is recognized and accepted by employers and institutions around the world..

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180
ECTS

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100% in
English

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Online
with Tutor Support

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Intakes
September / February

COMPONENT

COURSES

Credits: 15 ECTS

Learning Outcomes

  1. Critically analyse the importance of strategic resource capabilities and competitive environment of business organisations, the organisations’ strengths and their environmental threats and opportunities
  2. Critically evaluate the strategic issues and choices facing business and organisations; and the resource implications of the strategic management process, bearing in mind recent developments in strategic thinking
  3. Critically examine the implementation issues facing business organisations; and the role of leadership and innovation in the management of change
  4. Undertake a detailed analysis and evaluation of the resource capability and competitive environment of business organisations, with a particular focus on the strategic fit of such organisations
  5. Undertake a detailed analysis and evaluation of the strategic options available to a business organisation
  6. Interpret complex analysis correctly and then report and present those findings in an appropriate manner

Credits: 30 ECTS

Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate understanding of the nature of research and different research methods
  2. Identify and critically review literature from a variety of sources and organise this information
  3. Demonstrate the broad methodological knowledge and practice skills required for the planning of research, data collection, and analysis, with an appreciation of how methods link to topics
  4. Communicate research effectively and in a professional manner

Credits: 7,5 ECTS

Learning Outcomes

  1. Plan and present an impact study to a critical audience demonstrating systematic, coherent, and detailed knowledge, skills, and understanding addressing complex problems relevant to work-based practice
  2. Devise and sustain arguments in defence of your work whilst  showing an appreciation of the uncertainty, ambiguity, and limits of knowledge
  3. Critically evaluate evidence to justify and support conclusions / recommendations from your major project dissemination
  4. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the major project through critical reflection and the analysis of the systematically collected feedback from the dissemination audience

Credits: 7,5 ECTS

Learning Outcomes

  1. Present a critical evaluation of the career pathways and development opportunities available to a work-based management graduate, in relation to an inappropriate context.
  2. Reflect critically on personal strengths and weaknesses against the achievement of the University’s generic graduate learning outcomes and appropriate occupational standards.
  3. Systematically establish progression routes for employment and further learning of equivalent nature.

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ADDITIONAL

SPECIALISATIONS

Component Courses

Additional specialisation pathway in Global Business Management

Credits: 7,5 ECTS
Guided Learning Hours: 36

Learning outcomes

  1. Critically analyse the structure and rationale of a variety of trading bloc structures, and their impact on the global and national economies
  2. Analyse, synthesise and discuss current theories of managing and regulating international supply chain networks
  3. Critically discuss and evaluate current and future global trade and logistics issues and the related operational aspects of participating in international trade and logistics;
  4. Construct and deliver effective reporting to demonstrate an understanding of how to manage international trade and logistics, specifically evaluating incoterms and their appropriate use in a variety of contexts.

Credits: 7,5 ECTS
Guided Learning Hours: 36

Learning Outcomes

  1. apply and critique the legal rules relating to global business, including both the structure of national laws and the structure and operation of the WTO.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of both the legal and economic issues surrounding the establishment and financing of multinational business operations, including the impact of multinational business operations on employees, customers, communities and the environment.
  3. Explain the process by which international contracts are drawn up and evaluate the effect of international treaties on international contracts

Students must produce an academic thesis of at least 15,000 words.
The topic must be chosen and approved by a tutor beforehand, and must be guided by either a research question or to test hypotheses. The thesis must include primary data collection, demonstrate depth of original analysis, and make use of a wide range of reputable sources. The full grading criteria is detailed below.

Additional specialisation pathway in Hospitality Management

Credits: 7,5 ECTS
Guided Learning Hours: 36

Learning outcomes

  1. Discuss the role of food and beverage management within the hospitality sector
  2. investigate and critically appraise the current trends within the food and beverage sector
  3. Define and evaluate the characteristics which represent quality food and beverage management
  4. apply principles of yield management and risk assessment within a food and beverage environment

Credits: 7,5 ECTS
Guided Learning Hours: 36

Learning Outcomes

  1. Explain the different types of events that a destination can organise or host and evaluate which type of event will be most suitable to organise in different types of locations and contexts
  2. Critically evaluate the economic and socio-cultural impacts of events at a local, regional and national level
  3. Demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of the details involved in planning and designing an international event / conference, including the management of resources, budgets and time
  4. Design an event that can be organised in a specific context to ensure that the event conforms to best practice in event planning and management
  5. Conduct a risk assessment for an event that identifies the hazards that could affect the health & safety of participants at the event
  6. Critically assess the role of sponsorship in international event / conferences  Examine the trends, both historical and future, in event sponsorship and review

Students must produce an academic thesis of at least 15,000 words.
The topic must be chosen and approved by a tutor beforehand, and must be guided by either a research question or to test hypotheses. The thesis must include primary data collection, demonstrate depth of original analysis, and make use of a wide range of reputable sources. The full grading criteria is detailed below.

Additional specialisation pathway in Marketing Management

Credits: 7,5 ECTS
Guided Learning Hours: 36

Learning outcomes

  1. explain the key principles of branding and branding concepts
  2. Understand and conduct the measurement of brand equity and brand performance
  3. Practically develop a brand, including positioning and communication, with consideration of ethical issues
  4. Prepare a professional, logical and coherent report in the form of a brand audit
  5. Deliver an oral presentation in a professional, engaging manner

Credits: 7,5 ECTS
Guided Learning Hours: 36

Learning Outcomes

  1. Critically analyse the main theoretical concepts connected to the implementation of PR programmes
  2. Examine and evaluate the role of public relations in both organisational and societal contexts including the ethical implications of the practice
  3. Develop and evaluate strategies for the planning and implementation of appropriate PR  programmes

Students must produce an academic thesis of at least 15,000 words.
The topic must be chosen and approved by a tutor beforehand, and must be guided by either a research question or to test hypotheses. The thesis must include primary data collection, demonstrate depth of original analysis, and make use of a wide range of reputable sources. The full grading criteria is detailed below.

AFTER YOUR

THIRD YEAR

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AWARDING BODY

Level 4 and Level 5 Diplomas will be awarded by ESEI, with the recognition, via NCC Education , of Ofqual, which is an independent educational authority authorized to act on behalf of the UK Government.  Our level 4 and level 5 qualifications are also fully recognized and authorized by the Catalan department of education. This ensures that students, parents, teachers and employers worldwide can be confident that qualifications and assessments meet rigorous quality standards. The third year of the course (level 6) is delivered by NCC Education (UK) for students who have completed level 4 and 5 ESEI diplomas, students will receive a valid UK degree in Management (180 ECTS) by the University of Anglia Ruskin and a private BA (Hons) in Business Administration by ESEI International Business School Barcelona. Students will receive a valid UK degree, which is recognized and accepted by employers and institutions around the world.​

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