Geography with Business Management – BSc


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Do you want to combine studying geography with developing your skills in business management?

Our Geography with Business Management BSc programme allows you to develop your knowledge of geographical processes and critical global issues alongside learning the fundamentals of business management, economics, marketing, strategy and accounting. Jointly taught by the School of Geography and School of Business and Management, compulsory foundational modules from both disciplines are supplemented by a range of exciting optional modules in each year, providing flexibility to tailor your study towards your interests and career goals. You will develop both subject-specific and transferable skills including social science research methods, geographical information systems (GIS), management techniques, effective communication and problem-solving, unlocking a wide range of employment options after graduation. You can also explore key geographical concepts through fieldwork in the UK and destinations further afield such as New York and Boston, before designing your own research project in your final year with guidance and support from our experts.

This programme is based in the School of Geography on QMUL’s Mile End campus in the vibrant heart of east London. You will join a learning community of students and academics, drawn from over 35 countries across the world. Each student has an academic advisor who supports their studies and transition to university. Our student experience and engagement team provide further pastoral care and social opportunities outside of the classroom. The School’s dedicated Careers Consultant offers one-to-one advice and coaching meetings for students and hosts regular employer events on campus that often feature returning graduates from the School.

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TESTIMONIAL- Throughout my degree, I have learnt valuable research skills and been exposed to new social phenomena so I have been tooled to effectively analyse and find appropriate solutions to societal problems - super useful if I wanted to get into council work or media. Business management has also given me basic accounting, economics and marketing knowledge – great for any workplace or starting your own company. Emily Chappell, Geography with Business Management (2017)