23rd August 2021

Business at BGU is a rapidly growing discipline and it is hotly tipped as ‘one to watch’ by many including the regional business community who are developing their workforce’s management and leadership skills through engaging with BGUs Chartered Manager and Senior Leader Apprenticeships and all new part-time weekend MBA programme. Apprentices, leaders, and managers engaged on BGU Business programmes come from a wide variety of sectors and industries with job roles ranging from that of Talent Academy Strategic Lead / Apprenticeship Manager to Operations Directors, Children’s Health Locality Manager, Enterprise Development Manager, and Chief Operating Officers.

Businesses and organisations are facing new and emerging challenges in a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) world and leaders must be equipped to respond. At BGU, the business programme team are keen to prepare graduates across all programmes for a changing future, and at senior level are looking to equip managers and leaders to anticipate the talent pipeline required for roles that have not yet been created due to continual advances in technology and innovation.

Before Covid-19 the pace of change across the business sector was intensifying, but now more than ever an offer that serves the business community now and in the future is even more critical, therefore BGU have redesigned all of their business programmes for 2021-22. Come and join us this September as we embrace change in conjunction with the Chartered Management Institute, the only organisation that can award Chartered Manager status, the highest accolade for managers and leaders

Find out more about our programmes here: https://www.bgu.ac.uk/course-subjects/business