Our integrated business foundation year is designed to provide you with the core business, economics and entrepreneurial knowledge and skills to enable you to progress on to the BA (Hons) Global Management with Pathways. During the year you will develop mathematical and analytical skills, conduct research and write in both academic and business English.
You will learn to analyse problems and propose a range of solutions you have personally developed. You will also be able to apply the knowledge and skills you have learned as part of a business development project.
The BA (Hons) Global Management with Pathways is carefully structured to offer you an integrated and holistic approach to management studies. It builds your skills across four complementary areas of management practice, after which you follow a specialist pathway.
The programme not only taps into current trends, but also looks to the future, allowing you to study subjects that are highly relevant in today’s competitive workplace and prepare to manage changing future trends.
You will learn the key skills, such as critical thinking and negotiation that are vital to current and future business leaders. You will learn to manage uncertainty and assess risk and become a confident decision-maker. We encourage you to challenge established pre-conceptions and critically question the world around you, developing both resilience and adaptability.
This is a full time programme with integrated foundation. It takes 4 years to complete if you start in September or 3.5 years if you start in January.
If you begin the programme in January, you will complete your second term in the summer (May to August). This enables you to begin your second year in September and complete your degree in 3.5 years. You will study for the same number of terms as students starting in September, but over a shorter period of time.
Subsequent years of study then follow a standard academic year format of autumn and spring terms.
Foundation level modules
Please note: some students may be required to complete an additional module in English language study if necessary.
Core modules Year 1
Optional modules Year 1
Core modules Year 2
Optional modules Year 2
Core modules Year 3
Optional modules Year 3
Year 2 & 3 optional pathway modules
For a list of elective modules for BA (Hons) Global Management with pathways please see here.
The integrated foundation year employs a wide range of teaching methods including:
The curriculum delivery methods used on the BA (Hons) Global Management ranges from traditional lectures and seminars, to technology-supported ‘flipped classroom’ workshops and labs. As you progress through the levels of the programme, the emphasis shifts from learning to analysis and critical appraisal of the subject matter, reflecting your academic and personal development. We emphasise the practical application of academic learning, always seeking to develop connections between practice and theory. You will explore real-world case studies, visit different organisations around London and hear from regular guest lecturers. You will also have the ability to test your own skills through role plays and experiential learning/simulations, where you have the opportunity to shape the evidence of your own learning.
The integrated foundation year uses a variety of assessment methods including reflective reviews, exercises around practical business problems, presentations and case studies.
A wide range of assessment methods are used on the BA (Hons) Global Management programme. Seen and unseen examinations, presentations, written assignments, portfolio building, group work and business simulations are utilised as modes of assessment.
Substantial emphasis is placed on self-directed learning through assessments and module curriculum.
Students with disabilities
Some classes are delivered in teaching rooms accessed via stairs. If you have a condition that affects your mobility and you require ground floor rooms, or rooms with lift access you are advised to contact the Disability Officer.
This pathway prepares you to work in areas such as corporate finance, banking, trading, private equity, financial services, wealth management and investments. You may also consider the role of financial analyst or journalist.
Your skills will equip you for managing the financial affairs of any type of business. You will also be able to contribute in developing corporate strategy, business planning, management accounting and improving a company’s competitive position from a financial perspective.
We require a minimum of five passes at GCSE/IGCSE level at grade C or above, including English and Maths. Other equivalent international qualifications as recommended by the National Academic Recognition Information Centre will be accepted. If you are unsure as to the comparability of your qualification, please contact us.
PLEASE NOTE: Latest update regarding ETS & TOEFL testing – The Home Office has suspended all ETS tests, including TOEFL exams, as evidence of English language ability from new visa applicants.
Please see the Home Office website for further information.
Therefore, if you are relying on an ETS / TOEFL certificate for Visa purposes please be aware that you will now need to take an alternative English proficiency test.
We will continue to accept the following English language proficiency tests:
If you have taken and submitted the TOEFL test as part of your admissions application, or have any questions in relation to the above, please do not hesitate to make contact with our Admissions team to seek further advice and support.
For those applicants whose mother tongue is not English, we require a recent pass in any of the following qualifications:
Please note that the above list is not exhaustive; for more information about other accepted English language qualifications, please contact us.
Students who require an international student visa to study in the UK and whose native language is not English, are also be required to meet specific grade requirements and conditions of study as stipulated by the UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI). Please check their website for current information.
On-campus diagnostic test
If you live in London, or are able to visit us, we can offer you a free English diagnostic test.
This test is offered through Regent's Institute of Languages & Culture and should be arranged in advance. Please note, this is a diagnostic test for Regent’s University London only. For more information, or to arrange a test, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for September 2018 will open shortly.
How to apply
For advice and guidance on study-related visas and immigration, please view our visas and immigration page.
Applying to study at Regent's is a quick and easy process. We accept direct applications, have no formal application deadlines and there is no application fee.
Step 1 Apply
You can apply in the following ways:
If applying via UCAS, The Regent’s University London UCAS code is R18.
Once you have completed the application form, you should send us the following supporting documents; these can be sent to us via post, email or fax:
Step 2 Making an offer
We will assess whether you meet our minimum entry requirements and will make you an offer by both email and post, or notify you that you have been unsuccessful. UCAS applicants will also receive official notification via the UCAS system.
If you have completed your education and have met all the entry requirements, you will be sent an unconditional offer. If you still have to finish your exams, or have yet to submit supporting documentation, you will be issued a conditional offer.
You can expect to receive a decision on your application within 10 working days of receipt of your completed application and supporting documents.
Step 3 Accepting the offer
If you wish to accept the offer you must:
Please note: although there is no formal deadline to pay your registration fee or non-EU advance deposit, if you need to apply for an international student visa to study in the UK, then we recommend that you pay these as soon as possible.
Please see here for information on how to pay.
Step 4 Full acceptance and visa
On receipt of your acceptance we will issue the final set of documentation and, where needed, the relevant visa support documentation. To find out if you need a student visa please consult the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) website for current information. (Please note it is your own responsibility to arrange the appropriate visa).
Please be aware, both offer and acceptance of a place at Regent's University London are subject to the rules and regulations relating to Regent's and its courses.
Transfer of credits
To apply for transfer of credit, you must provide detailed descriptions (certified translations where necessary) of any courses taken, and transcripts of relevant grades. Transfer of credit will only be assessed before entry and is at the discretion of Regent's University London. Please note – students may only transfer into Year 1 or Year 2 due to the structure of the programme. Transfer into the final year of the degree programme is not possible.
Tuition fees are set for the University’s financial year, which runs from 1 August to 31 July.
Fees January 2018
Annual tuition fee: £16,400
Home/EU students advance deposit: £500 (non-refundable)
Non-EU advance deposit: £4,000 (non-refundable)
Tuition fees are payable over two terms in each academic year.
In the first year, students starting in September pay tuition fees of £8,200 per term for the autumn and spring terms.
Students who begin in January pay tuition fees of £8,200 per term for the spring and summer terms.
In the second and third years, all students pay tuition fees for the autumn and spring terms.
This means that in the first calendar year of their studies, January starters pay for three terms: spring, summer and autumn. The overall number of terms paid for over the entire programme is, however, the same as for September starters.
Future Finance loans
Alternative loan funding* for students studying at Regent's University London
Undergraduate loans - Student Finance England 2016-17
Funding for UK, and EU nationals, as well as students with the status of Migrant Worker.