Our Business School is a growing area at the University of Cumbria; committed to providing a flexible and friendly student experience. The School was recently awarded The Small Business Charter Bronze Award in recognition of its active participation in supporting start-ups and small businesses in Cumbria and North Lancashire.
Why study at the University of Cumbria Business School?
Our growing Business School is based across our Lancaster and Carlisle (Fusehill Street) campuses. With a compact and friendly feel, our smaller taught sessions will encourage you to take an active role in discussion in order to develop transferable skills in communication, analysis and problem-solving.
We offer a wide range of flexible courses that are aligned to professional bodies; some with an optional sandwich route allowing you to work for a year in the UK or abroad as part of your studies. We also offer a number of courses available to international students.
Themes such as employability, innovation, entrepreneurship and creativity are embedded within all our courses to ensure you have a head start in your future profession, or to further your current career. We are actively engaged with the local community and our expert lecturers will ensure you leave as a 'work-ready' graduate, providing you with a competitive edge in the highly dynamic world of business.
Our Business courses are aligned with a number of professional bodies, which means you can trust them to deliver to the highest academic standards. The below accrediting bodies are globally and nationally renowned so you can be confident that our courses will deliver real-world skills recognised by employers:
- Chartered Management Institute (CMI)
- Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS)
- Small Business Charter (SBC)
- Associate of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
The University of Cumbria Business School was recently awarded The Small Business Charter Bronze Award in recognition of its active participation in supporting start-ups and small businesses in Cumbria and North Lancashire.