Business is an exciting and dynamic subject which involves studying how and why business decisions are made. Business explores the main internal functions of a business (such as finance, human resources and marketing) and looks at how businesses might be affected by the external environment.
The course involves studying a wide range of topics from entrepreneurs to global business strategies.
Business is a topical course and students will explore the current business issues of the day from the UK exiting the EU to the ethics of tax avoidance to the latest mergers and takeovers directly through their studies.
Business will equip students with key transferable skills needed to progress to employment or university and we send students to top universities to continue their studies. Students will learn how to apply business theory to factual situations, how to analyse problems and arrive at solutions, and how to evaluate Business decisions and strategies.
Business at Loreto is an outstanding department. We place a high emphasis on engaging lessons as well as academic rigour. Our subject is topical, challenging, exciting and enjoyable. Studying Business will help to prepare students for future employment in any company.
Business Opportunities and Functions you will study the fundamentals of business including finance, business structures, operations management, people and marketing.
Business Analysis and Strategy looks at how organisations make decisions, forecast sales, analyse performance and decide on strategy.
Business in a Changing World examines external influences on business whether political, economic, social or technological as well as looking at risk.
If you are interested in the world of business and finance, then studying Business might just be the answer! Business is a course which provides the opportunity for you to develop a wide range of business related knowledge and skills.
Business will open your eyes to a wide range of job opportunities ranging from finance to marketing to management, whether you undertake a course at university or go straight into the work environment. Options you might consider at the end of the course could be: