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Business Studies - Access to Higher Education Diploma at Chichester College

Course description

This is an exciting course that will equip our students for business related disciplines at university. You will be able to develop your knowledge and skills across a broad spectrum of topics ranging from law, marketing, finance, economics and business. It will also enable you to gain increased self confidence in your ability to learn and develop academic skills such as essay writing and research.

Course content

You will study a range of units selected from subject areas including business, economics, marketing and management. Topics include: Introduction to Business Studies Introduction to Economics Introduction to Marketing Principles of Business Strategy Principles of Macroeconomics Principles of Marketing Strategy Marketing Communications Law Business Finance Planning a Research Project A Marketing Research Project Academic writing Further Study Skills

Entry requirements

GCSE Maths and English at Grade C or above Strong desire to study Commitment to study full time for a year Knowledge of course required at university Good organization, enthusiasm and motivation


Through a mixture of coursework, assignments and examinations.

Financial information

For all fee details please refer to the Chichester College website

Future opportunities

This programme will enable you pursue a business related degree at

Further information

On site car park (Chargeable) Refractory Library with access to a
wealth of professional journals and resources IT suite.
Textbooks, Notebooks, Calculator, Laptop (optional).


How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Chichester College directly.

Last updated date: 12 April 2016
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    • Chichester is our main campus; right in the heart of the city, with lovely views of the Cathedral, across beautiful areas of parkland. Although relatively small, Chichester still has all the entertainment facilities you’d expect from much larger cities, such as cinemas, a leisure/sports centre, swimming pool, golf courses, a bowling alley, sports clubs, galle