The joint study programmes “with/and management studies” are aimed at students who wish to add a practical element to their studies by combining language, chemistry, mathematics or statistics training with practical management subjects.
Students in chemistry, mathematics or statistics are often seeking to combine the analytical, logical thinking, problem-solving and numerical skills they develop with a foundation in management studies. Similarly, many language students look to broaden their experience and skills by combining linguistic and cultural studies with management topics. All UCL School of Management joint study programmes directly benefit students seeking careers in management. No previous knowledge of management studies is required.
The joint study programmes produce well-rounded individuals whose breadth of knowledge appeals to employers looking for graduates with multi-faceted skill sets. Students on the joint study programmes should be interested in the following:
- Learning about basic management functions and their practical application
- Developing interpersonal and communication skills
- Improving critical and analytical thinking
- Practising presentation skills
- Engaging in teamwork
- Contributing to case study work and class discussions
The following programmes are offered jointly “with/and management studies.” Students will take a minimum of 25% of their studies with UCL School of Management depending on the programme. Click on the links below for full details of the core and optional management modules for each programme.
Note: Many other UCL departments also include compulsory management modules in their programmes, for example, many engineering subjects. Others allow students to take elective modules with the School. For full details of available management modules, please see our Elective Portfolio pages.
How to apply
All undergraduate applications to UCL are made through UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). Full details of the admissions procedure are available on the UCL prospective student application pages.
Admissions queries related to the “with /and management studies” programmes are dealt with by the parent department for each programme. For example, applicants interested in the Mathematics with Management Studies programme should contact the Department of Mathematics directly with any queries related to admissions.
Contacts for each programme together with links to the relevant prospectus entries are available below. For up-to-date information on the management modules included in these programmes, please visit the available courses page on this section of our website.
BSc/MSci Chemistry with Management Studies (UCAS Codes F1G1/F1NF)
Dr David Rowley
Tel: +44 (0)20 7679 4775
BA Modern Language Plus (UCAS Codes RY00), including:
- Dutch with Management Studies BA
- Dutch and Management Studies BA
- German with Management Studies BA
- Italian and Management Studies BA
- Russian with Management Studies BA
- Scandinavian Studies with Management Studies BA
- Spanish with Management Studies BA
Mrs Jo Wolff
Tel: +44 (0)20 7679 3096
BSc/MSci Mathematics with Management Studies (UCAS Codes G1N2/G1NF)
Dr Robert Bowles
Tel: +44 (0)20 7679 3501
BSc Statistics and Management for Business (UCAS Code GN32)
Dr Giampiero Marra
Tel: +44 (0)20 3370 1215
When to apply
The deadline for applications for September 2019 entry to all UCL undergraduate programmes is January 15th 2019, regardless of where applicants are applying from. All applications should be submitted via UCAS by this date.
If applying for late entry 2019, the last date for receipt of applications is 30 June 2019. Any applications received after this date are held by UCAS and are not forwarded to institutions.
|5 September 2018||Opening date for the receipt of applications for entry in September 2019|
|15 January 2019||Last date for receipt of applications to guarantee full and equal consideration.|
|30 June 2019||Last date for receipt of late applications. Any applications received after this date are held by UCAS and are not forwarded to institutions.|
Applicants should refer to UCL and departmental webpages for updated details on dates and deadlines.
To register for individual modules students are advised to submit selections as early as possible once they have completed enrolment at UCL so as to guarantee a space on the module.
Module selections usually open to students in the middle of August and students must submit their choices by the end of the second week of the first term.
|August 2019||Module selection opens to returning students on Portico|
|Beginning October 2019||Deadline for student module registrations|
|TBC||Deadline for staff approval of students’ module selections|
Term Dates 2019/20
|First term||Monday 23 September 2019 to Friday 13 December 2019|
|Second term||Monday 13 January 2020 to Friday 27 March 2020|
|Third term||Monday 27 April 2020 to Friday 12 June 2020|
(i) Term 1 Teaching starts on Monday 30th October 2019.
(ii) Terms 1 and 2 consist of 10 teaching weeks with reading weeks halfway through the term. Reading Weeks in 2019-20 are weeks commencing Monday 4 November 2019, and Monday 17 February 2020.
(iii) Term 3 is usually dedicated to revision sessions and examinations.
Why choose us
The UCL School of Management offers a research and education programme with a focus on technology management, innovation, creation/growth of technology-intensive organisations, operations research, and entrepreneurship. It also offers courses on other management and business topics. Courses provided by award-winning lecturers and an exposure to an international educational environment provide the knowledge and tools you need to excel in and lead the industries of the future.
UCL’s location in the heart of London provides easy access to the financial institutions and other businesses of the City. Many of our students go on to take up positions in internationally renowned firms. The School and UCL also host guest speakers from a wide range of industries and professions.
Benefits of studying a joint study programme “with/and management studies”:
- Students gain basic management training to complement their chosen specialisation
- Students gain transferable skills such as problem-solving, logical thinking, creative and analytical thinking and practical analysis and application
- Opportunity to study alongside students from many different degree programmes
- Courses offered by UCL School of Management are delivered by faculty with external experience from the private, public and charitable sectors
- High standards of teaching across various departments
- Experience of different teaching styles and delivery
- Access to a large variety of interesting, diverse and well-paid careers
- Training in skills valued by employers including teamwork and presentation skills
- Provides a foundation for students intending to pursue further management training (such as an MBA)
School Tutor: Michelle Tinsley email@example.com