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BA (Hons) IT Management for Business with IES

Our IT Management for Business programme will enable students the opportunity to gain technical skills based around a typical business IT infrastructure including database and web design.

This joint and minor route  is available only to applicants for whom English is not their first language.

Students will develop skills to understand, and influence the business environment, including developing strategy, managing resources and implementing change.

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Course Length:

3 years (4 years with work placement) Full Time

Entry Requirements

Typical Offer (individual offers may vary):

A levels: BBC - CCC

A level / BTEC / Cambridge Technical combination (including AS / EPQ): 104 to 120 UCAS Tariff Points

BTEC / Cambridge Technical: DDM –DMM

GCSEs: English language and mathematics at grade C or better

International Baccalaureate: 28 points

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Postgraduate Pathways

Postgraduate study options available at Chichester include PGCE and Masters.

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Work Placements

All students are able to take a 'Professional Placement' degree during their third year, which is a one year paid internship. Great significance is placed on providing a learning experience that assists with the students understanding of business practice and the context in which it takes place. The University is committed to working closely with business and the community, offering support, opportunities and facilities to both organisations and individuals in the local community, business and public services.

Previous Work Placements

SEMAL students have undertaken placements at many different organisations.

A few are listed below:

  • IBM
  • Cap Gemini
  • Debenhams
  • NATS (National Air Traffic Services)
  • Eaton
  • Accenture (UK) Ltd
  • West Sussex County Council
  • Policy & Planning (Security)


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Student view

Ashley Wan
The reason I chose the University of Chichester is because of the location, exclusive teaching method and excellent rates of student satisfaction. I am now working as a Business Analyst for an IT company in Hong Kong. The joint Business and IT course was a huge advantage, as business cannot survive without Technology and IT cannot survive without business concepts.

Course content

We believe a hands-on, interactive and participative workshop approach to learning with modest group sizes is the most effective way to develop the types of skills that employers look for in graduates.

Each module you’ll undertake is usually supported by a weekly tutor-facilitated workshop of approximately 2.5-3 hours.

Group sizes are typically 20-25 students. At the end of the workshop, you’ll normally be tasked to undertake intersession work that then feeds into the next workshop.

Our approach encourages you to be proactive and offers an environment that’s well suited to enabling you as a student to share your thinking and explore different ideas. If you choose to study with us, you’ll find our team approachable, encouraging and accessible.

Our facilities

You will undertake your workshops in training rooms that are up to date with design features, touch screen electronic white boards and high speed wifi; housed across three stunning Georgian mansions. All of our current students love the learning environment, the culture, camaraderie and the fact that tutors know them by name so they are more than just a ‘face in the crowd’. 

What's more you have lots of other facilities on this dedicated university campus including latest books, journals and online data in a truly modern library, an IT centre, a student zone complete with Costa Coffee, a gym and much more, oh and if that’s not quite enough for your needs we are just across the road from the beach - brilliant for creativity and inspiration.

Where this can take you

The prosperity of business relies on the innovation and creativity of its employees. This programme will give you the skills and experience necessary to flourish in a challenging business environment.

Over the course of your degree studies, you’ll encounter a range of practice-based topics across a full range of business and management disciplines. A business studies graduate might typically expect to work within a commercial environment, but the skills you’ll develop through the degree will be equally applicable to employment within the public and not-for-profit sectors of the economy.

Indicative modules

The course modules are all designed to facilitate the learning of subjects relevant to current human resource practice and the continuous development of personal management skills. The first year of the programme ensures that you will have a solid foundation in business subjects, for example finance, marketing and management before specialising in Human Resource Management in years 2 and 3.

The programme is quite flexible in that you might, for example, decide after the first year that you want to focus on another business subject (e.g. Marketing or Finance).

Year One 

  • Development Programming using Procedural Methods

Year Two 

  • Guru Lectures
  • Data Science and Analysis
  • Development Programming using Object Orientated Programming (OOP)

Year Three 

  • System Development Project

International English modules:

  • Personal English Language Development
  • Awareness of Contemporary Use of English
  • Personal Research into the English Language
  • Option Subjects:
  • Academic English
  • Language and Culture
  • Language and Politics
  • Language and the Media
  • Language and Equality
  • World English

Teaching and assessment

Our approach to supporting your learning, and how your learning is assessed, is designed to enable you to become a confident and enterprising graduate.  It is focused on seeking to support your ambitions, in parallel with ensuring that the needs of employers are met.  With this in mind, key features of our approach to learning and assessment include the following:

  • In place of the more traditional large group lecture method to teaching undergraduate students adopted by most University Business Schools, our approach involves tutors working with relatively small numbers of students at a time.  As well as providing an excellent environment for supporting you in the development of your subject expertise, it also helps you to develop a wide range of soft skills, such as teamwork, communication and time management.  These attributes are highly valued by graduate employers. 
  • Opportunities to work with organisations on current commercial/business problems and projects.  These experiences are used to provide the basis for assessments that enable you to apply your learning within authentic commercial situations.

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