A business and management studies degree prepares you for a career in business, which may stretch across any sector or industry. The type of job roles typically open to people with our degrees include: recruitment and talent management; human resource management; database management; budget coordination; account research; financial analysis; retail analysis; project management.
The Year in China is the University of Liverpool’s exciting new flagship programme enabling undergraduate students, from a huge range of departments, including the Management School, the opportunity to spend one year at our sister university Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU), following XJTLU’s BA China Studies degree classes.
In the government’s most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE 2008), the School demonstrated outstanding success and ranked joint 25th out of 90 business schools in the UK. This means that you will be learning from people who are experts in their field, and who regularly contributing to our understanding of the subject.
Tailored towards ambitious students who are keen to apply theory to practice in a business environment, you will learn how organisations operate from developing strategy to management styles and choose from a range of exciting work placement options.
Also one of the major disadvantages is, if one country goes into recession, the affect is faced by other countries too, like because of the recession which struck America in 2008, alot of asian countries also got into recession, like UAE and also, in alot of countries in Africa, using child labour is very common, so the bigger companies setup because they could benefit from the advantages of using child labour for their production which is very unethical.…