International Year One in Business Management
Study a range of topics related to business management in preparation for a degree at a top university.
The International Year One in Business Management is equivalent to studying the first year of an undergraduate degree.
Why apply for the International Year One programme?
Course options available
- International Year One (3 terms) - this is the standard option, suitable for most students
- Extended International Year One (4 terms) - this option features an additional term of English at the beginning for extra language support and English language entry requirements are typically lower
What is special about this programme?
The International Year One will focus on developing your academic and undergraduate research skills, as well as improving your English language abilities.
The programme covers everything you need in order to progress successfully to university. It offers:
- university-style teaching with qualified and experienced teachers
- high contact hours and small class sizes
- professional support and guidance with university applications
You will receive advice and feedback during seminars and tutorials. Regular one-to-one meetings with your personal tutor will help you plan for future effective study, and answer any questions to ensure your academic success.
A combination of lectures and seminars will enable you to explore theories and their practical applications using real-world case studies.
You will independently research and present subjects which you will discuss during seminars helping improve your presentation skills.
Throughout your programme teachers will ensure you are aware of the latest in business and current affairs.
You will also benefit from supportive tutorials giving you practical advice on study skills and
exam techniques to ensure you are prepared for Year 2 of your degree, whatever the subject.
Who should apply for the International Year One programme?
The International Year One programme is suitable for international students who have completed A-levels or a recognised International Foundation programme, or who are already in the first year of a relevant undergraduate degree in their home country, but do not meet the academic or English language requirements for direct entry to an NCUK university.