HNC in Business Management


HNC in Business Management 

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Title: BTEC Higher National Certificate in Business Management

Level: Level 4

Duration: 9 months

Mode of Study: Full time

Awarded Body: Edexcel

Application Route: Completion can offer students 1st or 2nd year entry into UK Universities



City College Oxford will prepare student to reach the required level of English to be able to start their diploma at one of our partner colleges. 

The Higher National Certificate courses HNC courses is a 9 month course that provides an alternative route to the 1st or 2nd year of a university degree. Beat the rising tuition fees by completing your Business BA in two years rather than three!

The HNC course runs at our partner colleges to provide a wide encompassing academic services allowing students to learn in the environment that is optimal for thier success. Our joint aim to help you achive your goal!

University Approval

The HNC/HND qualifications we deliver are recognised by all UK universities and colleges.

1st/2nd/3rd year University Entry

After completing the HNC/HND, students can apply via UCAS to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd year of many leading universities should they achieve an overall merit/distinction profile. Alternatively they can apply for an undergraduate degree top up.

Small Class Sizes

In contrast to most universities, class sizes for the HNC/HND programme are small, giving you the close individual attention you need from your tutors.

Outstanding Tutors

Tutors have outstanding academic qualifications from leading universities and have many years of experience in senior management positions.



  • 1 A Level
  • A recognised university foundation programme
  • 2 years of full-time work experience



  • Start dates: January, April, July and October
  • Fees: £8700.00



CCO assessment strategy consists of:

  • Assessment involving discursive essay topics, problem case studies, or a combination
  • Continuous assessment through assignments, small scale problem solving and multiple choice exercises
  • Group and individual project work
  • The assessment strategy will aim to rigorously assess academic arguments as well as the application of theory.
  • Assessment strategy consists of:
  • The Individual Research Project will develop and assess participants’ capacity to undertake research according to sound methodological principles.
  • The assessment strategy will aim to rigorously assess academic arguments as well as the application of theory. It will also expect participants to demonstrate a practical and integrative approach to a problem area or issue.




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