Through studying IB, students develop key academic and employability skills such as reflection, critical thought and communication. The IB Business Management also develops learner awareness of global business, and how the business environment operates across the world.
Unit 1 – Business Organisation and Environment
Unit 2 - Human Resource Management
Unit 3 - Finance and Accounts
Unit 4 – Marketing
Unit 5 - Operations Management
Each year, the course is assessed through both a written external exam. You will also be required to submit an internal assessment, which will require you to investigate an issue within an existing business.
Minimum of 5 (9-5) grades in GCSE Examinations including English and Maths
Business management opens up a number of opportunities. The diverse topics covered will ensure that students will develop the necessary skills to go into any business environment and be successful.
Having an appreciation for the world of business ties to the IBCP, will ensure employers take note of those students who make the most of this qualification.
Students will be able to go straight into a business environment or look to develop their understanding further by looking at university, either by studying business or targeting a course within a specific field of business to gain that greater depth of knowledge.