The following course information is for students applying for entry in September 2023. If you're looking to start a similar course in January 2023, please refer to this page.
If you're looking to disrupt the world with innovative ideas, discover new trends and emerging markets, and carve out your career as an entrepreneur or business leader with a focus on technology, then this course is for you.
It brings together cross-disciplinary content designed to help you innovate, analyse trends, solve problems creatively, road test concepts, scope out their marketability and build sustainable businesses of the future – all by adopting a tech-first mindset.
As well as gaining a deep understanding of core business competencies, you'll learn
how technology can be used to shape and grow businesses, and develop your skills in effective collaboration, leadership, strategic planning, budgeting, negotiation and pitching – plus the commercial aptitude to exploit new trends and market opportunities ethically, increasing your ability to build a brand, seek funding and forge networks.
Learn in London's start-up environment
From global organisations to new start-ups, studying in London offers opportunities to engage with all aspects of the business arena and gain valuable work experience.
You'll join enterprise bootcamps and product development labs to learn to think like an entrepreneur – exploring funding, pitching and problem solving, and using your technical know-how to develop your creative ideas and side hustles into profitable businesses.
Graduate a strategic problem-solver, with the creative and technical ability to analyse and tackle global business challenges.
In your Foundation year, you'll gain a solid grounding in academic skills and principles, as well as an introduction to your chosen subject area.
It will provide a rich and varied experience to ensure you’re prepared for degree-level study in the UK – ready to develop specialist knowledge and confidently make the most of your course.
Some modules will be taken with students heading towards the same or related subject areas, while others will be taken with a blend of students – enabling you to mix with peers who bring a range of different perspectives and experiences to the classroom.
You’ll take two modules related to your subject area and eight shared modules covering key skills like communication, critical thinking, cultural understanding, politics, data, creativity and entrepreneurship.
Once you’ve successfully completed your Foundation year, you’ll directly progress to Year 1 of your chosen degree-level course.
This course is subject to validation.