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This programme is designed for students who wish to specialise in courses that lead to a career in international business management.
This programme is designed to provide students with an indepth knowledge of the three management functions that have become most critical in modern organisations.
Public relations practitioners work on developing beneficial relationships with clients, media, government, consumers and other stakeholders.
The primary pathway we offer is the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) Programme, which can be completed fully at HELP University. Students, if they so choose, may also transfer credits to affiliated universities.
This historic joint degree, the first of its kind in Asia, allows students to complete a three-year degree or a four-year honours degree in Malaysia which is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC).
This course takes you beyond the traditional advertising major, as the curriculum incorporates business, marketing and management perspectives into advertising.
The hospitality industry encompasses a diversity of fields within the service industry, including hotels, resorts, restaurants, event planning and others from the tourism industry.
This programme covers theoretical and conceptual accounting matters combined with the basic accounting skills needed to make graduates employable.
The BA (Hons) Business (International Business) allows students to focus on the study of International Business as a specific field of interest, combined with the study of more general business concepts and management techniques.
Accounting at Derby is recognised as one of the best courses in the UK. In the Guardian League Table 2016, Accounting and Finance at Derby is ranked in the top four of all Midlands universities, and 17th nationally.
Derby’s BA in Business Management is accredited to CMI Level 5 Diploma in Management and Leadership which is also delivered through their partners EU Business School (Europe) and HELP Academy (Malaysia).
The finance units provide students with an understanding of the way in which financial intermediaries and institutions operate and the structure and functioning of financial markets.
The programme draws heavily on knowledge generated from social science theory.