BSc Business Administration
University of London
Graduates will be equipped for careers in a number of areas from major corporations and small businesses to not-for-profit organisations.
Past students of this field have entered many different management roles in functions such as human resources, accounting, marketing, production, operations and information technology in a diverse range of sectors.
Graduates from Royal Holloway’s School of Business and Management have gone on to work at leading global companies like Versace, Barclays, Nissan, Deloitte, Xerox, and Goldman Sachs.
Alumni Network Benefits
Upon finishing a programme of study, graduates automatically become part of the University of London alumni community, a diverse global network of more than one million graduates. Among former students are seven Nobel Prize winners, including Nelson Mandela and Charles Kao, a pioneer in the development of fibre-optics.
Alumni are encouraged to keep in touch after they graduate and become active members of the alumni community; in return they receive a number of benefits and services, including an extensive programme of events and engagement opportunities, and the opportunity to become an Alumni Ambassador for the University of London.
Graduates of the central University of London can enroll in further courses with an alumni bursary of, in most cases, at least 10% off course fees. Find out more about the alumni bursary.
Find out more about alumni benefits on the University of London website.
The University of London Career Service offers career development to all students, whatever their careers stage: career starter, career developer or career changer. Our outstanding insight and understanding of what employers are looking for is enhanced by research with input from alumni and employers. There is an all-year programme of regular live and interactive webinars and careers drop-ins, led by an experienced careers consultant from The Careers Group, University of London. In these webinars you can explore your careers options and improve your job-hunting techniques in a global, trans-disciplinary classroom of your fellow students, and benefit from the insights of your student peer community.
We also offer our rich resource bank of online careers resources and recordings to help you maximise your career management and professional skills. Available through the student portal, you can access these resources whenever most convenient for you.
You can improve your graduate career prospects and enhance your degree transcript by completing the new Career & Employability Micro-Modules available on the University of London Virtual Learning Environment and developed by the graduate recruitment and professional careers experts at The Careers Group, University of London. On completion of each micro-module, you are awarded a Career Futures Certificate of Completion which will be recognised on your degree transcript.
Find out more about career support from the University of London.
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