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Business and Management BA Top Up - Module Orders for Upcoming Intakes

Discover the order in which you will take your Business and Management BA Top Up modules if you plan to start on one of our upcoming intakes.

Over the duration of your Business and Management BA Top Up, you will have the chance to study six modules*.   

However, due to our flexible carousel delivery structure, the order that you complete these in may vary. This depends on several factors, including when in the year you start your course and if you choose to take a break during your studies. 

Below we’ve outlined the order you will take the modules in if you start in July 2022, October 2022, January 2023 or April 2023.

If you have any questions about the modules or our carousel delivery, please contact our Enrolment Team on +(0)44 191 276 4874 or DLstudentenquiries@northumbria.ac.uk 

*Please note, modules are reviewed regularly and may be subject to change. Your Recruitment Advisor will inform you of any changes. 

 

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JULY 2022 INTAKE

CAROUSEL 1 (x3 Level-6 modules, each worth 20 credits) 

Module 1. Commencing July 2022 -  International Finance and Responsible Financial Management   

Module 2. Commencing October 2022 - Strategy  

Module 3. Commencing January 2023 - Project Management  

 

CAROUSEL 2 (x3 Level-5 modules, each worth 20 credits) 

Module 4. Commencing April 2023 -  Critical Organisational Analysis  

Module 5. Commencing July 2023 - Digital Marketing 

Module 6. Commencing October 2023 -  Entrepreneurial Leadership 

 

OCTOBER 2022 INTAKE 

CAROUSEL 1 (x3 Level-6 modules, each worth 20 credits)  

 Module 1. Commencing October 2022 - Strategy   

Module 2. Commencing January 2023 - Project Management   

 Module 3. Commencing April 2023 -  International Finance and Responsible Financial Management    

 

CAROUSEL 2 (x3 Level-5 modules, each worth 20 credits)  

Module 4. Commencing July 2023 - Digital Marketing  

Module 5. Commencing October 2023 -  Entrepreneurial Leadership    

Module 6. Commencing January 2024 -  Critical Organisational Analysis   

 

JANUARY 2023 INTAKE 

CAROUSEL 1 (x3 Level-6 modules, each worth 20 credits)  

 Module 1. Commencing January 2023 - Project Management   

 Module 2. Commencing April 2023 - International Finance and Responsible Financial Management    

Module 3. Commencing July 2023 - Strategy   

 

CAROUSEL 2 (x3 Level-5 modules, each worth 20 credits)  

Module 4. Commencing October 2023 - Entrepreneurial Leadership    

Module 5. Commencing January 2024 - Critical Organisational Analysis   

Module 6. Commencing April 2024 - Digital Marketing 

  

APRIL 2023 INTAKE 

 

CAROUSEL 1 (x3 Level-6 modules, each worth 20 credits)  

          Module 1. Commencing April 2023 - International Finance and Responsible Financial Management    

          Module 2. Commencing July 2023 - Strategy   

          Module 3. Commencing October 2023 - Project Management

 

CAROUSEL 2 (x3 Level-5 modules, each worth 20 credits)  

        Module 4. Commencing January 2024 - Critical Organisational Analysis   

        Module 5. Commencing April 2024 - Digital Marketing    

        Module 6. Commencing July 2024 - Entrepreneurial Leadership 


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