MBA In London

London School of Commerce

Anglia Ruskin University

BA (Hons) Business Studies*

The Business Studies Programme is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment and future managerial positions in a variety of commercial, industrial and service organisations.

Students will be registered with the Anglia Ruskin University throughout the programme.

This course leads to and BA (Hons) Business Studies degree awarded by the Anglia Ruskin University.

Course Plan:


2 year (Full Time)

Course Fee

£ 15,950


  1. 2 'A' Level passes or equivalent
  2. Should be at least 18 years old
  3. Candidates should normally have a good level of English language (IELTS 6.5 or equivalent)

Core Modules:

Semester 1

  1. Managing Information and Technology
  2. Marketing Management
  3. Quantitative Techniques in Business

Semester 2

  1. Business Accounting
  2. Managerial Economics
  3. Organisational Behaviour

Semester 3

  1. Human Resource Management
  2. Project Management
  3. Personal Managerial Effectiveness

Semester 4

  1. Business Research Methodology
  2. International Business
  3. Financial Management Analysis

Semester 5

  1. Strategic Management
  2. Entrepreneurship

In Semester 5, students will be required to commence one of the following approved modes of study, subject to their course leader’s authorisation:

  1. Dissertation OR
  2. Business Project

Semester 6

  1. Innovation and Technology Management
  2. Integrated Case Study
  3. Dissertation OR Business Project (Continued from Semester 5)

Full programme specification is available here

University Regulations are available here.

(*) LSC would like to inform applicants that recruitment to this programme offered by this university has now ceased. Applicants who wish to apply for this programme may still do so by clicking on the application link where they will be directed to the forms which are provided for application to the same programme which is now offered by the University of Wales Trinity Saint David and delivered in partnership with the London School of Commerce

Quality Assurance Agency : Higher Education Review - October 2016

Action Plan - March 2017