Minimum entry requirements
- Length of study: From 3 terms
- Hours per week: 20
- Maximum class size: 12
- Typical student age: 17-30
Typical student mix:
27% European, 45% Far Eastern, 28% Other
Dates and fees
- Start dates:
Tuition fees: From 14995.00 GBP
Tuition length options
- Our admin fee: 49 GBP
- Enrolment fee: 150.00 GBP
- Textbooks: 240.00 GBP
- Other expenses:
What will I study?
The Diploma programme offers a range of challenging modules designed to prepare you for your second year of university. There are specialist academic modules, which will bring you up to the same level as all students entering the second year of university study. Language and study skill modules will improve your language skills so that you can focus entirely on your academic studies.
You are required to obtain 120 credits as well as complete a module in 'Language and Study Skills' to complete the programme successfully. Each module is worth 20 credits.
Introduction to Business
Topics covered include models of management, the business environment, managing people, leadership, corporate social responsibility, organisational culture, human resource management, managing change, corporate strategy, marketing, organisation structure, managing finance and budgets.
The module introduces key concepts, theories and methodologies in organisation behaviour and develops an understanding of the linkages between research, theory and practice.
Introduction to Financial and Management Accounting
This module assumes no previous studies of accounting, you'll look at the balance sheet, the profit and loss account, the double entry system, adjustments of accounting, accounts of limited companies, costing, budgeting and variance analysis.
Demand and supply analysis including elasticity concepts and tax incidence, costs and profit mazimisation, perfect competition, monopoly and monopolistic competition, game theory and oligopoly, factor markets and an introduction to welfare economics.
Topics include aggregate demand and aggregate supply, fiscal policy, monetary policy, the IS-LM model, inflation, unemployment, the Phillips' curve and economic growth.
This module provides you with an introduction to some basic mathematical techniques that are used in analysis.
English Language and Study Skills
During this module you will improve your ability to deal with complex academic texts, develop your critical ability in relation to academic writing, develop you fluency and confidence in academic discussion and enhance your ability to extract information from spoken texts.
Where will it take me?
Leading to year two in the following honours degrees at the University of East Anglia:
Norwich Business School and School of Economics
- BSc Accounting and Finance
- BSc Accounting with Management
- BSc Business Management
- BSc International Business Management - (Available only at the London Study Centre)
- BSc Economics
- BSc Business Economics
- BSc Economics with Accountancy
- BSc Business Finance and Economics