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The award
BSc (Hons)

How long you will study
3 - 4 years

Domestic course fees
GBP 9250 per year

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About Marketing and Management at Newcastle University

Course Overview

This vocationally orientated degree combines business management with contemporary marketing theory and practice.

At a Glance

UCAS Code
NN52

UCAS Institution Name and Code
NEWC, N21

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Degree Awarded
BSc Honours

Course Duration
3 or 4 Years

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Entry Requirements
A Level: AAB
IB: 35 points

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Opportunities
Professionally accredited
Study abroad
Work placement

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As a graduate, you will be well prepared for a career in management, marketing or as an entrepreneur.

The degree is professionally accredited by the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and covers topics such as:

  • strategic marketing
  • consumer behaviour
  • management and organisation
  • growth in a globalised economy

You'll also benefit from:

  • case-study-led teaching
  • a real-life business consultancy project
  • an optional 12-month work placement or year studying abroad

We also offer International Marketing and Management BSc Honours at our London campus.

Highlights of this degree

Quality and ranking

Quality and ranking

The quality of the marketing degrees at Newcastle is recognised with a top 10 ranking in The Complete University Guide 2017.

Professional accreditation

Professional accreditation

This degree has been approved and accredited by the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM).

It also meets the qualification entry criterion for the CIM's Chartered Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing.

This means employers will recognise the quality of your qualification, boosting your employability when you graduate.

Work placement or study abroad

Work placement or study abroad

You can choose to spend a year between your second and third year of study in a 12-month work placement in the UK or overseas, or studying at one of our partner universities abroad.

Study abroad

You can study abroad at one of our partner universities in Europe through the Erasmus exchange scheme. We currently have partners in Denmark, Finland, France, Holland, Norway, Spain and Sweden.

Work placement

You will gain valuable industry experience from taking a 12-month work placement in a UK or overseas business.

The Business School's dedicated Placement Officer and the University's Careers Service will help you find a placement that matches your skills and interests.

We've placed students in a range of companies including: IBM, Disney, Procter & Gamble, Nissan, Marks & Spencer, Unilever, Accenture, Cummins, GSK and Microsoft.

This year placement students are working in roles such as market assistants or assistant brand managers within large multinational corporations. They are undertaking projects including:

  • developing the social media strategy for HP Enterprise Group
  • assisting in the running of events in retail stores for Apple
  • building the new corporate website for Dr. Oetker
  • providing support to the PR team within Barbour
  • forecasting and analysing sales orders for the women's training category of Nike

Find out more about work placements and study abroad opportunities on the Business School's website.

Industry links

Industry links

Newcastle University Business School has excellent links with industry and professional bodies, providing exposure to future employers.

Each year we award prizes, sponsored by major firms and professional bodies, to outstanding students to commend their dedication. We also regularly welcome guest speakers from industry.

Facilities and support

Facilities

This degree is run by Newcastle University Business School, based in our state-of-the-art building within Newcastle's emerging business district. Our Business School's facilities include:

  • 120 PCs across three hi-tech computer clusters
  • Wi-Fi connectivity throughout the building
  • social spaces for learning and relaxation
  • bookable meeting rooms

Take a virtual tour of our building.

Careers support

You'll have access to a wealth of resources and support to enhance your employability, including:

  • specialist careers and business start-up support from the University's award-winning Careers Service
  • career management sessions with our dedicated Business School Careers Adviser
  • an Annual Career Development Week, to help you improve your employability skills and meet potential employers
  • work experience opportunities while studying with us
  • Business School summer internship scheme

We're also one of 140 business schools worldwide to be accredited by the EQUIS scheme for our managerial and entrepreneurial skills development.

Support

You will have an academic member of staff as a personal tutor throughout your degree. They can help with academic and personal issues.

Peer mentors will help you in your first year. They are fellow students who can help you settle in and answer any questions you have.

There's also a Board of Students so you can share your views about the degree.

Teaching and assessment

Teaching methods

Your contact time may involve two lectures per week per module, or one lecture and one seminar per module.

Assessment methods

You will be assessed by:

  • written examinations
  • essays
  • project work and portfolios of practical work
  • oral presentations
  • computer-based multiple-choice questions
  • dissertation or individual reflective report

Find out more

Teaching and assessment methods may vary from module to module. More information about each module including specific assessment credits and contact hours, can be found in the Course Details section.

Visit our Teaching and Learning pages to read about the outstanding learning experience available to all students at Newcastle University.

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Entry Requirements
A Level: AAB
IB: 35 points

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