Business Management with Business Analytics BSc (Hons) – 2024 entry
Start date: September 2024
|Award||UCAS code||Course duration|
|BSc (Hons)||UCAS: N100||3 years View KIS data set|
|BSc (Hons)||UCAS: N102||4 years with foundation year View KIS data set|
|BSc (Hons)||UCAS: N101||4 years with professional training View KIS data set|
|BSc (Hons)||UCAS: N103||5 years with foundation year and professional training View KIS data set|
Apply for your chosen course online through UCAS, with the following course and institution codes.
|Course||UCAS code||Institution code|
|BSc (Hons) with professional training||N101||S85|
|BSc (Hons) with foundation year||N102||S85|
|BSc (Hons) with foundation year and professional training||N103||S85|
Why choose this course
In our fast-paced, data-driven modern world, business analysts help organisations turn big data into big ideas. Artificial intelligence, machine learning and management science power decisions in business.
You’ll gain data-led insights and optimise businesses by using descriptive, predictive and prescriptive analytics.
Our practical BSc (Hons) Business Management with Business Analytics course will transform you into a confident lateral thinker who is up-to-date on the latest theory and practice. By the time you graduate, you will be able to show critical understanding, apply, and evaluate principles and concepts related to business analytics to support making informed decisions across a range of national and international business and organisational sectors.
Our teaching is at the forefront of the field and is influenced by real industry insights. All academics within Surrey Business School are research-active and some are advisers to world-renowned organisations.
Our award-winning Professional Training placements prepare students for roles in industry.
We were shortlisted for University of the Year in The Times/The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023.
What you will study
Our BSc (Hons) Business Management with Business Analytics course will help you to develop business analytics skills, which are highly sought after in today’s challenging economic environment. By enrolling on this programme, you’ll have the opportunity to study both the latest academic research and industry trends in this dynamic field.
The course offers a variety of exciting modules such as classical business analytics, big data analytics methods and tools applied in the business world in addition to cutting-edge modules such as AI for business.
You’ll have the opportunity to engage in real-life cases through guest speakers from top organisations, visits and internship possibilities, and a final year business challenge, which will allow you to explore more advanced business analytics topics of your choice.
Please be aware: the course content and modules listed for this course are subject to change for the 2023/24 academic year, whilst we undertake a curriculum design review. Please contact the programme leader if you have any queries about the course.
Business analytics consultancy
The Business Analytics Consultancy modules will be part of your final year of study. Both modules are part of a substantial piece of academic research based on a real-life problem. This will give you the opportunity to meet organisations trying to solve a realistic business challenge or it could be a problem of your own choice. You’ll be able to investigate possible solutions in semester 1 and implement them in semester 2. The challenge could be an extension of your placement work in conjunction with your placement employer.
BSc (Hons) - Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
Careers and graduate prospects
We offer careers information, advice and guidance to all students whilst studying with us, which is extended to our alumni for three years after leaving the University.
The problem-solving nature of the subject, the highly relevant and applied focus of our courses, and the potential for experience you can gain from your Professional Training placement are all appealing to employers.
Upon graduation, you can expect to secure a role in one of the following careers:
- Data scientists
- Finance analysts
- Business analysts
- Retail sales analysts
- Health care analyst
- Information modellers
- Business intelligence analysts.
This course is taught by academic staff from the Surrey Business School.
GIRALEAS Dimitris (SBS)
Modules listed are indicative, reflecting the information available at the time of publication. Please note that modules may be subject to teaching availability, student demand and/or class size caps.
The University operates a credit framework for all taught programmes based on a 15-credit tariff. Modules usually can be either 15, 30, 45 or 60, 75 and 120 credits, and additionally for some masters dissertations, 90 credits.
The structure of our programmes follow clear educational aims that are tailored to each programme. These are all outlined in the programme specifications which include further details such as the learning outcomes.
Please note: this course is subject to validation, therefore no modules have been confirmed at this moment in time. These modules will appear once the course has been validated.
New students will receive their personalised timetable in Welcome Week, and in subsequent semesters, two weeks prior to the start of semester.
Please note that while we make every effort to ensure that timetables are as student-friendly as possible, scheduled teaching can take place on any day of the week (Monday–Friday). Wednesday afternoons are normally reserved for sports and cultural activities. Part-time classes are normally scheduled on one or two days per week, details of which can be obtained from the course administrators. View our Code of practice for the scheduling of teaching and assessment (PDF).
We provide teaching on this course through lectures, tutorials, seminars and workshop sessions, which total about 12 hours each week. The purpose is to use, rather than just study, analytics.
In tutorials we’ll encourage you to present your own ideas and develop the verbal skills that will stand you in good stead for the future. Classes and workshops are practical sessions in which you’ll develop the ability to apply and use analytics.
For each hour of teaching, you are expected to spend two to three hours in private study. There are also modules where we require you to work in groups.
We pride ourselves on the levels of supervision you’ll receive, creating a warm and friendly environment in which to study. The student experience at Surrey Business School is vital to the success of our courses, and you’ll be encouraged to express yourself and develop your full potential.
There may be occasions when the delivery of your teaching is supported by graduate teaching assistants. The University has a set of procedures that govern the use of postgraduate research students in this way.
We assess modules individually and award credits for the successful completion of each one. Assessment takes place through a combination of examination and/or coursework, practical examinations, and reports.
Contact hours can vary across our modules. Full details of the contact hours for each module are available from the University of Surrey's module catalogue. See the modules section for more information.
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Do I meet the requirements for this course?
We require you to submit a full application so that we can formally assess whether you meet the criteria published. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide an outcome based on an enquiry (via email, webform enquiry, phone or live chat).
International entry requirements by country
Other international qualifications
If you are an international student and you don’t meet the entry requirements to this degree, we offer the International Foundation Year at the Surrey International Study Centre. Upon successful completion, you can progress to this degree course.
English language requirements
IELTS Academic: 6.5 overall with 6.0 in writing and 5.5 in each other element.
View the other English language qualifications that we accept.
If you do not currently meet the level required for your programme, we offer intensive pre-sessional English language courses, designed to take you to the level of English ability and skill required for your studies here.
We normally make offers in terms of grades.
If you are a suitable candidate you will be invited to an offer holder event. During your visit to the University you can find out more about the course and meet staff and students.
Recognition of prior learning
We recognise that many students enter their higher education course with valuable knowledge and skills developed through a range of professional, vocational and community contexts.
If this applies to you, the recognition of prior learning (RPL) process may allow you to join a course without the formal entry requirements or enter your course at a point appropriate to your previous learning and experience.
There are restrictions on RPL a for some courses and fees may be payable for certain claims. Please see the code of practice for recognition of prior learning and prior credit: taught programmes (PDF) for further information.
Please contact Admissions on +44 (0)1483 682222 with any queries.
The annual tuition fees for courses starting in September 2024
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BSc (Hons) (with foundation year)
- To be confirmed
BSc (Hons) (with professional training year)
- To be confirmed
- To be confirmed
- Professional training
- To be confirmed
BSc (Hons) (with foundation and professional training year)
- To be confirmed
- Professional training
- To be confirmed
View a complete listing of all ongoing fees for our undergraduate courses.
- Fees for UK students: The University will apply annual regulated increases in the fee rates as set by Government each year, in order to maintain the same value in real terms.
- Fees for EU students: The UK is now no longer part of the EU, we are awaiting further instruction from the UK government and we will publish this as soon as it is provided. Find out more information about Studying in the UK and the Scholarships for EU students.
- Fees for international students: Annual fees will increase by 4% for each subsequent year of study, rounded up to the nearest £100, subject to any overriding applicable legislative requirements.
- Fees for international students with an integrated foundation year: The programme fee for Year 0 will match the lowest Year 1 overseas fee rate from across the substantive programmes for that year of entry. Students subsequently progressing into Year 1 will be liable for the same fee as overseas students joining at Year 1 for the same programme in that year. Annual fees after Year 1 will increase by 4% for each subsequent year of study, rounded up to the nearest £100, subject to any overriding applicable legislative requirements.
The University will assess your fee status. If you are unsure whether you are likely to be considered a home, EU or overseas student for fees purposes, the UKCISA website offers more information.
- Students in receipt of a Tuition Fee Loan: will have their fees paid by the Student Loans Company in line with their schedule.
- International students, or UK/EU students who have not taken out a Tuition Fee Loan: are required to pay their fees either in full at the beginning of the programme or in two instalments as follows:
- 50% payable 10 days after the invoice date (expected to be early October of each academic year)
- 50% in January of the same academic year.
The exact date(s) will be detailed on invoices. Students on certain part-time programmes, where fees are paid on a modular or stage basis, are not eligible to pay their fees by instalment.
If you are sponsored: you will provide us with valid sponsorship information that covers the period of your study.
Professional Training placement fees
If you are studying on a programme which contains a Professional Training placement year there will be a reduced fee for the academic year in which you undertake your placement. This is normally confirmed 12 to 18 months in advance, or once Government policy is determined.
See the information about 2023/24 academic year Professional Training placement fees.
Our award-winning Professional Training programme offers you the option to spend a career-enhancing year in industry, either in the UK or abroad. We have thousands of placement providers to choose from or you can source your own placement.
Most placements are paid, and we will support you every step of the way.
Find out more about Professional Training placements and discover how these have transformed our students’ lives and career choices.
Our Professional Training placements offer you the opportunity to put your skills and understanding of analytics into practice in a business environment. You’ll be able to gain invaluable experience for your future career.
Placements are available in a range of organisations, including large corporations, city institutions and government departments. Students will have the opportunity to continue working with their placement employers by basing their final year challenge project on work related to their placement. This results in a project with a strong industrial focus that demonstrates their ability to apply academic knowledge to real-world problems.
Applying for placements
Students are generally not placed by the University, however we offer support and guidance throughout the process alongside access to a vacancy portal representing thousands of placement opportunities each year. We also provide support if you wish to source your own placement.
Find out more about the application process.
Please be aware there may be travel costs incurred when attending interviews and assessment centres at the placement provider’s premises.
Study and work abroad
Studying at Surry opens up a world of opportunity. We want you to take advantage of our international partnerships, explore the world and expand your skills for the graduate job market.
Perhaps you would like to volunteer in India or learn about Brazilian business and culture in São Paulo during your summer holidays? With more than 200 partnerships, from 50 different countries worldwide, there is something for everyone.
View our study and work abroad information to find out more and see where you can go.
We encourage you to add an international experience to your degree by studying overseas for one semester during your second year (typically the autumn semester).
Surrey Business School currently has exchange agreements spanning four continents.
Our international partners include:
- Singapore Management University
- University of Hong Kong
- University of Queensland
- University of Sydney
- University of Wollongong
- Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Our partners complement our commitment to excellence in teaching and research and enable you to enhance your international outlook.
You can also choose to spend your Professional Training placement abroad. Students have worked in many places, both in Europe and beyond.
Terms and conditions
When you accept an offer of a place at the University of Surrey, you are agreeing to comply with our policies and procedures, the student regulations , and our terms and conditions. These terms and conditions are provided in two stages: first when we make an offer and second when students who have accepted their offers register to study at the University. View our offer terms and conditions for the 2023/24 academic year and our registration terms and conditions (PDF) for the 2022/23 academic year as a guide as to what to expect.
Please note: our offer terms and conditions will generally be available in the September of the calendar year prior to the year in which you begin your studies. Our registration terms and conditions will vary to take into account specifics of your course and changes for the specific academic year.
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Course location and contact details
Campus locationStag Hill
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