Harper Adams University Marketing
Business Management with Marketing
Business courses appeal to students of all ages, interests and backgrounds, which is why we have such a diverse and vibrant community at Harper Adams. However, one thing they all have in common is a desire to learn more and gain a valuable qualification that will set them on their chosen career path, whether that be in general business management or marketing, or focussed on a particular sector.
Harper Adams is located in Shropshire, which has long been at the heart of the development of international trade. Ironbridge, just 20km from the university, and now a UNESCO world heritage site, was the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. The subsequent development of the canal system enabled the distribution of international imports and exports from England’s second city, Birmingham, including steel chains, jewellery, cars and chocolate.
Today, Shropshire and the West Midlands are home to a lively business community, with a vast range of urban and rural industries, and have easy access to the major centres of Europe and beyond, with Amsterdam, Paris and Geneva just one to two hours away by air.
The Extended Foundation Degree Programme Business route, which will take you through Year 0 onto a relevant foundation or bachelor’s degree in Business, is the ideal starting place for your business and marketing career.
Please note: You should choose the Business Management with Marketing route if you wish to progress to a Food bachelor’s degree. Progression will be dependent on meeting specific criteria.
You must be at least 17½ years old, and have in the region of 6 – 9 GCSE passes at grade C or above, to include English language and maths. However, we judge all candidates on their individual merits and may take other skills, qualifications and life experience into account when considering applications. Mature students without formal qualifications will need to provide evidence of their ability to pursue successfully a course at this level. This may include an academic assessment at Harper Adams, taken on interview days.