Programme Brief

This inter-disciplinary degree programme provides a rigorous grounding in business management by developing
your understanding of key aspects of organisations. You will develop a detailed awareness of organisational
behaviour, human resource management, business functions, regulatory frameworks, business ethics, international
business and cultures, entrepreneurship and strategic management. You will acquire people and management skills
as well as developing your analytical skills, your capacity for critical judgement and your ability to make reasoned
choices between alternative solutions.

At SBCS we focus on -

  • Producing graduates who are capable of thinking critically, creatively and ethically.
  • Graduates who are team players with the ability to communicate persuasively.

Highlights at a glance -

  • Final Year (Top-up)
  • Global Recognition
  • Excellent Facilities and Administrative Support
  • Expert Lecturers

  • This degree can be completed in 13 months
  • Champs Fleurs

Entry Requirements

To be eligible for direct entry to the programme you must have at least one of the following –

** Note:  These qualifications must be assessed by The University of Greenwich before acceptance into this programme.

To register for this programme visit the Centre for University of Greenwich to verify your entry qualifications.

You can provide evidence of your entry qualifications by presenting any of the following options:

  • Original certificate or completion letter from the relevant Educational Institute accompanied by the official student transcript.
  • A detailed Resume and/or Job Description in cases where your qualifications do not meet the direct entry requirement or where the qualifications were awarded more than five years ago.

In cases where official student transcripts are required for registration with SBCS, students must request their original transcript from their relevant examination body/educational institution and have this forwarded to:

 

Centre for University of Greenwich
SBCS – Global Learning Institute
53-54 Sagan Drive
Champs Fleurs
Trinidad, West Indies

Providing that your entry qualifications are satisfactory you are then required to complete the following forms:

  • University of Greenwich Application Form
  • SBCS Registration Form

After completing the necessary forms, students would be required to make the relevant payment(s). After making payment(s), kindly present the receipt to your course administrator.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

  • This inter-disciplinary degree programme provides a rigorous grounding in business management by developing your understanding of key aspects of organisations.
  • You will develop a detailed awareness of organizational behaviour, human resource management, business functions, regulatory frameworks, business ethics, international business and cultures, entrepreneurship and strategic management.
  • You will acquire people and management skills as well as developing your analytical skills, your capacity for critical judgement and your ability to make reasoned choices between alternative solutions.
  • The degree (along with the feeder qualifications in the Business area) aims to provide a general business education which stimulates an objective understanding of the role of organisations in the changing global business environment and of the ethical responsibilities of organisation policy makers.
  • The programme also aims to enhance your lifelong learning skills and personal development so that you may contribute effectively to society at large.
  • This programme will allow you the flexibility to take up a range of different careers within the business world.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • markets – the development and operation of markets for resources, goods and services
  • customers – customer expectations, service and orientation
  • finance – the sources, uses and management of finance; the use of accounting and other Information systems for managerial applications
  • people – the management and development of people within organisations
  • operations – the management of resources and operations
  • information systems – the development, management and exploitation of information systems and their impact upon organisations
  • communication and information technology – the comprehension and use of relevant communication and information technologies for application in business and management
  • business policy and strategy – the development of appropriate policies and strategies within a changing environment, to meet stakeholder interests
  • pervasive issues – sustainability, globalisation, corporate social responsibility, diversity, business innovation, creativity, enterprise development, knowledge management and risk management.