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Enterprise and Marketing Concepts Cambridge National at St Ivo School

Course description

This course is designed to introduce sound business knowledge and skills, in a more applied context. It is particularly suited to those students who are good at time management and meeting deadlines, and who like to produce well-structured pieces of coursework. Whilst there is an exam element (see below) the majority of lessons are devoted to working on coursework, working in small groups or with others, and researching/ producing reports/tasks for marking.

Course content

This is a vocational course, and is equivalent to one GCSE. This course is modular, and will involve both coursework, and external exam elements.

Entry requirements

Entry is dependent on student performance in the best eight GCSEs. All students to whom offers are made will need to have passed English Language and Mathematics at least level 4 or better, or if not, then they will need to resit these subjects alongside their Level 2 courses. Typically, students who study Level 2 courses will have achieved a combination of grades 4-2 at GCSE. Offers for Level 2 courses will be made on the basis of predicted GCSE grades

Financial information

There may be some costs associated with visits outside school, where appropriate. Please enquire if this would affect your decision to stufy this subject.

Future opportunities

These courses provide an appropriate foundation for Level 3 Applied Business, A Level Business, vocational courses and apprenticeships.

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 12 October 2017
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Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 1 Year

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    • St Ivo School is situated in the town of St Ives. The sixth form offers nearly 40 subjects at a variety of levels and produces excellent exam results leading to students achieving their higher education and employment outcomes.