Students develop the business and management skills to start their own companies or be part of management teams in the Fashion, Interior Design, and Entertainment industries. Topics include the financing of new ventures; working capital and cash flow management; financial statement and ratio analysis; financing the ongoing business and future growth; financial structure and leverage; valuation methods; and the importance of financial management controls.
There is currently a huge demand for new business leaders who can see the big picture of the relationship between business and society, and who can understand the centrality of sustainability, human development, democracy and accountability in business practices.
Explores the range of techniques and models that are used by investors in analysing both security and portfolio performance, to further develop students’ understanding of security analysis and portfolio management and to introduce students to both the theoretical and the applied literature which investigates how securities should be priced and how investors appraise securities in practice.
The module explores the business environment, key environmental drivers and functions of organisations, providing an up-to-date view of current issues faced from every contemporary enterprise such as business sustainability, corporate responsibility and internationalisation.
This module is highly vocational and primarily designed for students taking accounting and related degrees, who wish to satisfy the curriculum requirements of the accounting profession, as having a foundation in aspects of English business and company law.