Whether you’re looking to start up your own business, or forge your way as a leader in a small or large organisation in the creative industries, this Business Management degree course will equip you with the practical skills, entrepreneurial attributes and creativity required to make an immediate impact in the workplace.
This Business Management degree programme has been designed to be primarily practice-based to prepare the students to work as creative professionals.
The course provides the students practical skills, entrepreneurial attributes, and creativity required to leave an immediate imprint in the workplace.The course structures its materials on the methods that have produced world-class creative professionals. Factoring in the constant flux that defines the creative industries, the course opens a wide gamut of opportunities for the students.
At the latter stages of the course, students undertake projects that impart them the opportunity of showcasing their development. The course exposes the students to multiple challenges to prepare them to thrive in a creative workspace.
This degree endeavours to open opportunities in the creative industries. It trains the students to head into the job market with a prestigious qualification & an independent approach. The well-rounded education imparted to the graduates makes them highly employable in a wide range of careers.
- Marketing Fundamentals
- Introduction to Finance and Accounting
- Project and Operations Management
- Management and Organisation Behaviour
- Enterprise Projects
A practical, hands-on approach
At OBC, through a range of case studies, students get to identify and evaluate the contributing factors in the success of individual entrepreneurs. Additionally, the course provides examples of successful contemporary business organisations to help the students imbibe management skills.
Awarded by the University for the Creative Arts
This degree that the students pursue at the Oxford Business College is awarded by the University for the Creative Arts. This implies that while the students receive their education at the central Oxford premises of Oxford Business College, they follow the syllabus designed & overseen by the University for the Creative Arts.