The role of finance in organisations is to ensure that the company has adequate funding for its requirements, to provide a compelling basis which will inform business decisions, and to ensure that accounting records accurately reflect a true and fair view of the business. The emphasis of the course is firmly placed on the connection of finance theory to practical management, providing an overall appraisal of finance for financial and non-financial managers.
What you will study
- Management Development Programme
- Business Ethics
- Introductory Economics
- The Financial Environment
- Introduction to Management Accounting
- Management Concepts
- People Management
- International Business
- Business Data Analysis
- Introduction to Finance
- Organisational Behaviour
- The Economic Environment
- Business Law
- Business Finance
- Business Economics
- Enterprise Development
- You may also choose to spend Semester 1 undertaking a period of Study Abroad with a partner foreign university
- Placement Students -
- Management Report
- Research Methods
- Non Placement Students -
- Business Research and Professional Development
- Finance and Economics Literature Project
- New Business Project
- Four Option Modules
- Advanced Entry students
- Business Finance
- Three Option Modules
- Study Abroad Students - One year of Study Abroad with a partner foreign university
- Business Strategy
- Corporate Financial Management
- International Finance
- Treasury Management
- Two Option Modules
SQA Higher BBCC
GCE A Level CCC
ILC Higher BBC1C1
IB Diploma 26
Alternative Qualifications: Equivalent overseas qualifications and some access programmes will be considered. Applications welcomed from students with alternative qualifications and relevant work experience.
Degree Link Programme: Appropriate HNC qualifications from one of our partner FE Colleges will be considered for year 2 entry.
Appropriate HND qualifications from one of our partner FE Colleges will be considered for year 3 entry. Students will follow the class-based taught route as an alternative to a placement in year 3.
Placements and accreditations
The optional work placement in year 3 brings a sense of realism and dynamism to your course and is highly regarded by employers as preparation for employment. As a Management with Finance student you can choose to apply for a placement within a related function, or within alternative business functions should you wish to broaden your functional expertise. There are placement opportunities locally, nationally and internationally with small, medium and large organisations both in the private and public sectors.
Fees and bursaries
- New students: £1820 for academic year 2010/11
Students from Scotland and the EU are not liable to pay fees and should apply to SAAS for funding.
If you are from England, Wales or Northern Ireland you should apply to the appropriate funding body.
- England - http://www.studentfinanceengland.co.uk/
- Wales - http://www.studentfinancewales.co.uk/
- Northern Ireland - http://www.studentfinanceni.co.uk/
- New students: £8650 for academic year 2010/11
The above tuition fees are reviewed annually and are subject to change.
If you are already a student at Robert Gordon University, you can find information on fees for academic year 2010/11 on the Student Finance web pages.
A number of scholarships are available to students studying within the Management Programme many of which include a placement and financial funding during your course. The following scholarships are available to students on this course:
- KCA Deutag
- The Fiona Fuller Business Scholarship sponsored by Pöyry
- The Stewart Milne Group Scholarship
How to apply
All applications should be made through UCAS. You must apply online at http://www.ucas.com/apply.
Once you register and create your username and password you are guided through the process of applying. After submission, log in to your UCAS Track account and you can see the progress of your application, view and respond to your offers.