Our School of Management has a fresh and intellectually challenging approach to management research and education. Studying Business and Management at Royal Holloway means that you will learn from internationally renowned experts who will share their research and experience so that you gain current and relevant management skills and knowledge. The valuable context this degree will give you, combined with the interpersonal and transferable skills and business experience, will lead to excellent career prospects in management. You will build on your skills and abilities in all the key areas of management, including strategy, international business, marketing and consumption as well as accounting. Our dual research and teaching focus guarantees high quality teaching, cutting edge materials and intellectually challenging debates. You will receive individual attention and flexibility to acquire, if desired, expertise within a specialist field. By electing to spend a year in business you will also have ample opportunities to integrate theory and practice and gain real business experience. This course will allow you to develop a creative approach to problem solving that produces effective management results along with how to provide direction, assess progress, and adapt your approach to changing circumstances. + Competitive edge in pursuing your career in finance having gained real business experience, which has been secured by the student with the support of Royal Holloway, University of London. + Flexibility to specialise in many areas, including: marketing, human resources, international business, sustainability, accounting, IT and entrepreneurship. + Quality research publications are judged as 14thout of 101 UK business and management schools (Research Excellence Framework 2014). + Innovative and effective Management School; 81% student satisfaction (National Student Survey 2015) and Marketing ranked 4th (Complete University Guide 2017). + Inspiring international community; 60% of our Management students come from overseas and the 8,500 students at Royal Holloway, University of London are from 130 countries.