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Entry Programme

Business, Management, Tourism & Hospitality - Return to Study

UK students only
4 Weeks
August 2023
Campus Taught

Interested in returning to study? Fascinated by Business, Management, Tourism and Hospitality industries? Worried about having the right qualifications? Do you lack the A-Level (Level 3) formal qualifications to apply for a degree in this area?

Why study with us

  • Free programme supporting career pathways across business, management, tourism and hospitality
  • Familiarises you with academic writing, research and presentations
  • Refreshes learning skills and builds self-confidence
  • Progress confidently to degree level, with placement and professional qualification opportunities

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What you'll do

  • This programme supports pathways to degrees in Accounting and Finance, Business Management and Marketing, Human Resource Management, International Business, Tourism and Hospitality.
  • You’ll develop and enhance your confidence, self-awareness and interpersonal skills whilst also gaining an insight into what it would be like to study for an undergraduate degree.
  • Over the course of four weeks, you will be supported and assessed against the entry requirements and be eligible to apply for Year 0 or Year 1 of a degree.

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Future careers

Join our successful graduates in realising your career goals. Graduates go onto to work with huge global brands across the sector.

Entry requirements

There are no specific entry requirements, applicants will be assessed on the basis of a personal statement which must be submitted as part of the application for consideration. 

This programme is only available to UK/Home students.  

Applicants are required to submit a personal statement for consideration. Any applications submitted without a personal statement can not be processed.

Fees and funding

This programme is free of charge.

However, we recommend consideration of the cost of continuing into a full-time degree as students with existing financial commitments will need to consider the different modes of study, support, and financial options that exist.


This course is based in the School of Business

For information on possible changes to course information, see our essential and important course information

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