Develop key management skills
One of the biggest highlights of studying a business management degree is the key management skills that will allow you to be a valuable asset to any organisation. You will build a skill set to respond to challenges and current developments in business and society, giving you the ability to make informed managerial decisions that consider ethical, economic and social implications. Some of these essential business management skills include:
- critical and strategic thinking
- project management.
Students who choose to study business management at university graduate with highly desirable transferable skills and strong business knowledge, two things that are sought after by potential employers. As you progress through your business management degree you will be able to shape the direction of your career, choosing a specialist area of business that interests you such as entrepreneurship or human resource management. Graduates of business management are presented with a variety of job opportunities in:
- marketing and advertising
- human resources
- retail and sales
Value your time – omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem
Take time off – totam rem aperiam, eaque ipsa
Never stop learning – quasi architecto beatae vitae dicta
Experience is overvalued – aspernatur aut odit aut fugit
Be courageous – iste natus error sit voluptatem
Be your own boss
Not only will you have fantastic career opportunities after you graduate, but you will also have the core elements to start your own business – all you need is a business idea to get you started. Through developing your entrepreneurial skills and being able to test launch any business ideas you might have, a business management degree puts you on the path to be your own boss – you might even meet your future business partner at university.
Universities such as Kingston, offer specialist extracurricular activities to help keen entrepreneurs who want to start their own business. You can take advantage of inspirational guest speakers who run multi-million pound businesses and even pitch your business ideas to expert judges through the University’s annual Bright Ideas competition – there’s £1,000 to be won.