Course Details:

Royal Holloway is ranked among the top research-led universities in the UK. It is an innovative and forward-looking institution acknowledged worldwide for its world class research and excellent teaching. Established in 1879, Royal Holloway is today one of the University of London’s six largest Colleges and is home to more than 9,000 students. It is also one of the rare few colleges in the UK which is allowed to use the title “Royal”.

Academic direction of the BSc degree in Business Administration offered by Royal Holloway is provided by academics within the School of Management. As one of the Royal Holloway’s largest departments, the School of Management is notable for its active involvement and original research in international business and the up-to-date knowledge gained is reflected in its teaching of management studies. All academic staff members are active researchers and the publication of their findings in books and articles speaks volume of the excellence of their academic work.

The study of organizations and practices in various countries at different periods has made significant contributions to the School’s educational method. This comparative perspective is especially appropriate to the challenges encountered by modern business and management education in a fast and rapid changing environment.

Last but not least the School also plays host to the Centre for Asia Pacific Business Research which supervises a number of research and publication projects. The Asia Pacific Business Review represents a major initiative in the field of management studies.

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Year 1
Code Unit Name Prerequisite
BA1010 Management & the modern corporation Nil
BA1020 Accounting for management Nil
BA1030 Business analysis & decision making (half course) Nil
BA1040 Business statistics (half course) Nil
BA1050 Business study skills & methods (half course) Nil
BA1060 Management & communication skills (half course) Nil
Year 2
Code Unit Name Prerequisite
BA2070 Strategic management Nil
(Three of the following electives)
BA2080 Marketing management Nil
BA2090 Human resource management Nil
BA2100 Production & operations management Nil
BA2110 Management information systems Nil
BA2120 Management accounting BA1020
Year 3
Code Unit Name Prerequisite
BA3130 Modern business in comparative perspective (Three of the following electives) BA2070
BA3165 Advertising & promotion in brand marketing BA2070
BA3180 International human resource management BA2090
BA3230 Accounting for strategy BA1020 & BA2070
BA3250 Innovation management BA2070
BA3150 Marketing research (half course) BA2080
BA3170 Consumer behavior (half course) BA2080
BA3190 Managing organizational change (half course) BA2070
BA3200 The individual at work (half course) BA2070

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  • 2 STPM passes (excluding General Paper)
  • 2 A-Level passes
  • ATAR 80% or above
  • 6 CPU passes provided at least 70% is achieved in each of those
  • 5 Bs in UEC (inclusive of Maths & English) and 3 Credits in SPM
    (inclusive of Maths & English)
  • 8 Bs in UEC (inclusive of Maths & English) and IELTS 6.0
  • HELP Foundation in Arts (pass any 4 of the following subjects:
    Calculus, Accounting, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Finance,
    Economics Principles, Business Principles, Marketing Principles)
  • HELP Foundation in Science
  • University of London International Foundation Programme
  • Foundation Programme from other institutions which is fully
    accredited by MQA
  • HELP Diploma in Business
  • Diploma from other institutions which is fully accredited by MQA
Intake Date:

March, May, September


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