Bsc (Hons) Business and Healthcare Management
The health and social care sector offers a huge array of employment opportunities. Contributing some £43bn to the UK economy, the health and social care sector currently employs some 2.8 million people. And with 12% growth projected, graduates who can demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of the relevant business concepts as well as first-hand experience in the sector will be in great demand.
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Why Study BSc (Hons) Business and Healthcare Management?
The health and social care sector stands as one of the most rewarding throughout the UK, and as well as being the largest, is one with some of the most job opportunities too. Individuals with related, necessary experience are in high demand, and graduates with healthcare related degrees are usually successful in securing employment quickly once out of university. Particularly with the added bonus of managerial and business know-how, this is an important factor to consider in today’s tough job market.
In an environment with so many chances to gain valuable experience, healthcare related degrees are almost always accompanied by some kind of relevant part-time work experience, likely paid; in hospitals or in care homes for example. Concrete experience is invaluable on your CV, and will easily secure you a similar job or even something more management related.
The addition of a Business and Healthcare Management degree to your experiential arsenal provides opportunities for a variety of senior and influential professions. These include:
- NGO Management
- NHS Management Consultancy
- Medical Records Manager
- Practice Administrator
- Human Resources
- Health Insurance Executive
- Rehabilitation Centre Supervisor
The opportunity for work experience and studying abroad are also invaluable for those looking to endeavour in a career in Business and Healthcare Management, allowing you to gain real practical experience as well as mix with individuals who can advise and guide you to the best career prospects.
Course Structure & Classes
Academic and Professional Skills
Service Operations Management
Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Healthcare
Managing Human Resources
Principles and Practice of Marketing
Business Information Systems
Contemporary Themes in Healthcare Policy and Practice
Leadership and Change Management
Please note: the availability of modules are subject to change depending on the course circumstances and student demand, the structure and modules offered will vary on your placement of university and intake.
- GCSE : minimum of five to include Maths and English at grade C or grade 4
- UCAS tariff points : BSc: 120-128 points
- GCE A level
- BTEC National Diploma
- International Baccalaureate
- Please get in touch with one of our consultants regarding English fluency, work experience and any other inquiries you may have about entry requirements.