Higher National Diploma (HND) in Business UCAS Course Code B002
Are you an aspiring entrepreneur who needs sound business skills?
Critial thinking, innovation, problem solving, communication skills: just some of the areas of study on this undergraduate business course.
Perhaps you are a budding entrepreneur who is keen to establish yourself in business as soon as possible, or you are thinking of continuing your studies at a higher level on the BA (Hons) in Business Management?
Apply for our Business HND course through UCAS by using the university UCAS code 021N and gain a business qualification that can boost you into management
Course details and fees
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Day Rush Green Campus - View map Sep 2019 to Jun 2020 HE StudentsApply
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Rush Green Campus, Essex, RM7 0XU - View map
Annual Fees* - see disclaimer below
Tuition fee: £5000.00
Exam fee: £.00
Total fee: £5000.00
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