14 December 2018
The University for the Creative Arts is delighted to offer a brand new course ‘International Foundation in Business’ to the international students. The course will be taught at the UCA’s Business School for the Creative Industries, first of its kind in the UK. This program focuses on exploring innovation and problem solving in the context of creative business and guarantees progression within UCA’s Business School. The course provides exceptional opportunities to work on live industry briefs, frequent visits to London, Oxford and the trips to the south coast of England and to Amsterdam. The students will gain key business, management, marketing and communication skills and emerge from the course with the confidence and understanding to take their education to the next level.
UCA has been ranked the top Specialist Arts University for Graduate Employment with 96.9% graduate employability as well as has been declared the Times and Sunday Times Modern University of the Year 2019.
Undergraduate & Master Courses offered at UCA’s Business School for the Creative Industries
Other undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by the university are:
BA (Hons) Business Innovation & Management (top-up)
BA (Hons) Business Management
BA (Hons) Marketing
BA (Hons) Advertising
MA Creative Business Management
MA Creative Marketing & Advertising
BA Fashion Management & Marketing
MA Fashion Business & Management
MA Fashion Marketing & Communication
MA Design, Innovation & Brand Management
MA Global Media Management
MA International Jewellery Management
MA Luxury Brand Management
MSc International Financial Management for the Creative Industries
To learn more about the University for the Creative Arts, various courses, and admission process, apply for a free consultation with SI-UK today.
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