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Business Studies

Study many different topics within the business industry and identify which specific areas you’re interested in the most.

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Thinking about studying a business degree at university?

At the University of Gloucestershire we have a broad range of business studies courses available for undergraduate and postgraduate students. From International Business Management to Logistics Management and Sport Business Management, there’s plenty of courses to choose from. Each of our business studies courses allow you to study and research your particular area of interest within business studies, and provide you with excellent career opportunities once you graduate.

Business studies courses in university

We offer many business studies undergraduate degree courses including International Business Management BA (Hons), Logistics Management BA (Hons), Accounting and Business Management BA (Hons), Sport Business Management BA (Hons) and more.

We also offer both MSc (Master of Science) and MBA (Master of Business Administration) courses at a postgraduate level in business and management if you wish to continue your study at a postgraduate level.

You can view all of our business studies courses for both undergraduate and postgraduate levels of study using the links below.

View our business studies undergraduate courses

View our business studies postgraduate courses

Our new business school

Our brand new, state-of-the-art £18 million business school opened in September 2018 at our Oxstalls campus in Gloucester, and is home to our business studies courses, along with other courses from the university’s School of Business and Technology. From brand-new lecture theatres and teaching spaces to trading rooms, cafes and the university’s Growth Hub, our new business school brings together students from across many different courses within the school and provides many opportunities to collaborate.

Find out more about the School of Business and Technology

Business studies degree entry requirements

Each of our business studies degree courses require the applicant to meet the entry requirements in order to receive an offer to study on the course. 

The entry requirements for each course are shown on the course page. Usually you need to have a certain amount of UCAS points which are obtained by studying qualifications including A-Levels and BTEC’s. Other qualifications can also provide you with UCAS points, so it’s important to check which of your qualifications are eligible on the UCAS website. If you’re a mature student then professional experience will also be considered as part of your application. 

If you’re unsure whether you meet the entry requirements for the course you’re interested in, you can get in touch with our admissions team either by telephone or email.

What are the benefits of studying a business studies degree at the university of Gloucestershire?

Our business studies courses provide you with the opportunity to research and study many different topics within the business industry. While each of our courses specialises within a particular area such as logistics, sport, accounting or international business, they all provide you with a broad overview of business studies as a whole. This allows you to identify which specific areas you’re interested in the most and explore these further during your degree. All of our undergraduate business studies courses provide excellent career opportunities and a great platform for further postgraduate study.

The next steps

Interested in applying for our of business studies courses? Applications for undergraduate degrees are made through UCAS, while applications for postgraduate degrees are usually made directly to the university. You can find out more about applying for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree using the links below, where you’ll also find details about how to get in touch with our admissions team if you have any further questions.

Find out more about applying for an undergraduate degree

Find out more about applying for an undergraduate degree