Analyse business and management challenges through the lens of related social science disciplines.
Apply international management concepts and theories to solve real-world business problems.
Understand the processes, procedures and practices needed to manage organisations effectively.
With academic direction from leading faculty at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) – ranked #3 globally in Social Sciences and Management– this programme explores three core areas: organisations, the external environment and management.
Focus on quantitative skills.
Your introductory courses will help you develop essential skills in mathematics, economics, accounting and statistics. They will also address the global context of business and management.
Develop an applied understanding.
Your choice of intermediate courses will explore a range of more specialised management topics – from operations to finance to information systems – and give you a chance to hone your analytical reasoning abilities.
Take a deep dive into key topics.
Your advanced courses will give you the chance to hone your strategic thinking and decision-making skills and explore specialised areas of management, like human resources and marketing.
Four courses from the following:
Top employers rely on professionals who can adapt in the face of shifting market conditions, rapid technological growth, and innovation and transformation. The Higher Education Careers Services Unit (HECSU) reports that approximately two-thirds (67.2%) of UK business and management programme graduates were working full time in the UK or pursuing further study within six months of graduation.2
By studying business and management, you’ll be able to consider careers or further study in fields like:
Because a business and management degree gives you a versatile and transferable skill set, you’ll be prepared to work in a wide variety of industries and roles. Here are just a few possibilities:
Use information, technology and data to help organisations meet their goals, from specific, short-term projects and holistic, long-term organisational needs.
Human Resources Officer
Identify and anticipate organisations’ staffing needs, create training and development opportunities that optimise performance and productivity.
Help organisations navigate existing and emerging challenges, improve efficiency, analyse performance, assess risk and identify growth opportunities.
Develop integrated marketing campaigns on behalf of private- or public-sector organisations, and help brands promote products, services or missions.
Adjunct Senior Lecturer, CSE
Senior Lecturer, Global Studies
Adjunct Lecturer-Law, UCB
Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Computer Science
Lecturer, Business Studies
Ms Farin Daula is working as a senior lecturer at UCB. She is a trained education professional from the UK and has a degree in Education and English from University of Surrey, UK. She also holds a Master’s in management from Westminster University, UK. Ms Farin received her teacher training at the department of Continuing Education, University of Oxford, UK. Ms Farin is the founder of the education platform, One Circle. She is a certified mental health first aider and a life coach. She has extensive experience in the life-skills education sector, working in various schools and non-profit organizations in London and Dhaka. She is the author of the Tara and Joy children’s book series. The first book of this series called “Tara and Joy: Body Safety” is available now both in Bengali and English version.
Senior Lecturer, Business Studies
Assistant Professor, Chemistry
Dr. Sadia Afreen is an assistant professor at the Universal College Bangladesh (UCB). She completed BSc in Chemical Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET). She obtained her PhD from the University of Nottingham and then completed her postdoctoral research at Nanjing University in the field of chemical engineering. Her research expertise is in applied chemistry and nanotechnology. She has significant publications in her areas of research, and she contributed as a journal reviewer to prestigious journals in her fields of expertise. She earned the Postgraduate Student Teachers Certificate during her postgraduate study at the University of Nottingham. She worked in the hall committee, conference committee at the University of Nottingham; teaching and learning subcommittee, and program coordinator in the Monash College Diploma program at UCB. She worked in industry and had several engineering and research training at home and abroad.
Dean of Academic Affairs, Monash & LSE Program
Professor & Dean of Academic Affairs