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All Students must take the following mandatory courses: MN1115, MN1205, MN1305, MN1405, MN1505 and MN1705 plus one full unit (30 credit) course or two half unit (15 credit) courses in the Mathematics Department.

Stage two:

All Students must take the following mandatory courses: MN2205, MN2915, MN2305, MN2405, MN2505, and MN2705 Plus one full unit (30 credit) course or two half unit (15 credit) courses in the Mathematics Department.

Stage three:

All Students must take the following mandatory courses: MN3915 and MN3925 and choose a maximum of two full unit (60 credit) courses; or one full unit (30 credit) course and two half unit (15 credit) courses; or four half unit (15 credit) courses from: MN3045, MN3055, MN3205, MN3215, MN3225, MN3245, MN3265, MN3271, MN3295, MN3305, MN3315, MN3325, MN3345, MN3365, MN3455, MN3495, MN3515, MN3525, MN3535, MN3545, MN3605, MN3615, MN3625, MN3635, MN3655,, MN3715, MN3725, MN3745, MN3755 plus one full unit (30 credit) course or two half unit (15 credit) courses in the Mathematics Department.

Joint Honours Degree programme with Management as an equal component

Stage one:

All Students must take the following mandatory courses : MN1205, MN1305, MN1405 and MN1705 equal to the value of two full units (60 credits) from Management, plus specified courses in the other Department equal to the value of two full units (60 credits) in that Department.

Stage two:

All students must take the following mandatory courses MN2205, MN2305, MN2405 and MN2705 from Management, plus specified courses in the other Department equal to the value of two full units (60 credits) in that Department.

Stage three:

All Students must take the following mandatory courses : MN3915 and MN3925 and choose a maximum of one full unit (30 credit) course or two half unit (15 credit) courses from: MN3045, MN3055, MN3205, MN3215, MN3225, MN3245, MN3265, MN3271, MN3295, MN3305, MN3315, MN3325, MN3345, MN3365, MN3455, MN3495, MN3515, MN3525, MN3535, MN3545, MN3605, MN3615, MN3625, MN3635, MN3655, MN3715, MN3725, MN3745, MN3755 equal to the value of two full units (60 credits) from Management, plus specified courses in the other Department equal to the value of two full units (60 credits) in that Department.

Note: combined programmes with a language as an equal component consist of four stages. Stage four is identical to stage three above. Stage three consists of a year spent in the country of the language of study, and is assessed by two full units (60 credits): an oral examination (one full unit/30 credits) and either a Study Abroad course (one full unit/30 credits) or a Work Placement Project (one full unit/30 credits).

For students first registered in or after September 2015 Version: 6.0 Dated: 07.09.2015 Combined Honours Degree programmes with Management as a minor component with either Mathematics or Computer Science as the major component In addition to specified courses in the major subject equal to the value of three full units (90 credits), students take the

following management courses equal to the value of one full unit (30 credits):

Stage one:

All Students take two half unit (15 credit) courses from: MN1205, MN1305, MN1405 and MN1705 equal to the value of one full unit (30 credits) from Management, plus specified courses in the other Department equal to the value l of three full units (90 credits) in that Department.

Stage two:

All Students take two half unit (15 credit) courses from: MN2205, MN2305, MN2405, MN2705 (subject to prerequisites) equal to the value of one full unit (30 credits) from Management, plus specified courses in the other Department equal to the value of three full units (90 credits) in that Department. Students should choose their courses from the School of Management to ensure that, combined with the courses they are taking from the other Department, they have an appropriate balance of courses over each of the autumn and spring terms.

Stage three:

All Students take one full unit (30 credit) course or two half unit (15 credit) courses from: MN3045, MN3055, MN3205, MN3215, MN3225, MN3245, MN3265, MN3271, MN3295, MN3305, MN3315, MN3325, MN3345, MN3365, MN3455, MN3495, MN3515, MN3525, MN3535, MN3545, MN3605, MN3615, MN3625, MN3635, MN3655, MN3705, MN3715, MN3725, MN3755 equal to the value of one full unit (30 credits) from Management, plus specified courses in the other Department equal to the value of three full units (90 credits) in that Department. Students should choose their courses from the School of Management to ensure that, combined with the courses they are taking from the other Department, they have an appropriate balance of courses over each of the autumn and spring terms.

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Progression and award requirements The progression and award requirements are essentially the same across all Honours Degree programmes at Royal Holloway as outlined in the College’s Undergraduate Regulations. Students must pass units to the value of at least three units on each stage of the programme. Failing marks of 30 – 39% can normally be condoned in up to 30 credits across stages 1 and 2. In the final stage failing marks in up to 30 credits can normally be condoned. However, on some programmes there may be a requirement to pass specific courses in order to progress to the next stage or to qualify for a particular degree title and this will put restrictions on courses in which failing marks can be condoned (see programme structure above for details). Additionally there are requirements on the number of courses that must be passed in order to qualify for particular joint or combined Honours degrees Students are considered for the award and classified on the basis of a weighted average. This is calculated from marks gained in courses taken in stages two and three, and gives twice the weighting to marks gained in stage three. The College’s Undergraduate Regulations include full details on progression and award requirements for all undergraduate programmes offered by the College.





All first year students on single joint or combined honours programmes offered all or in part by departments or schools in the Faculty of Arts & Social Science are required to pass a Moodle-based writing skills quiz in order to progress into the second year of study. The pass mark for the test is 60%. Certificates of Distinction are awarded to students who achieve at least 80% in the quiz. Students may attempt the quiz as often as they wish with no penalties or capping. Students who meet the requirements for progression as stipulated in the College's Undergraduate Regulations (Section: Conditions for progression to the next stage) but fail to pass the Moodle-based quiz will not be permitted to progress into their second year of academic study at the College.

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For students first registered in or after September 2015 Version: 6.0 Dated: 07.09.2015 Student support and guidance  All Single Honours and Management Specialism students, as members of the School of Management, are allocated a Personal Advisor, who is responsible for their academic and personal welfare and meets with them regularly through the programme.

 All students receive regular constructive feedback throughout the programme.

 In addition students taking the Year in Business will receive assistance in gaining a work placement, and support and guidance on situations which arise in their work placement.

 Lecturers and tutors are available to all students who wish to talk about academic and other issues related to specific courses. They may be consulted normally during office hours or by arrangement.

 The Academic Coordinators have administrative oversight of all Undergraduate Programmes. Students may seek their advice during office hours or at other times, normally about matters of course or programme registration, programme structures and pathway choices, and administrative or other difficulties encountered on specific courses.

 Detailed student handbook and course specifications are provided to all students.

 Supporting materials and learning resources are available in College and University of London libraries and there are dedicated computing laboratories.

 Students have access to all College and University support services, including Counselling Service, Careers Service, Health Centre, the Centre for the Development of Academic Skills (CeDAS) and the Disability and Dyslexia Services for students with special needs.

 Induction programme is provided during the first week, with formal advisory sessions on programmes and pathway choices.

 Representation on the Student-Staff Committee.

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Admission Requirements The Department’s standard conditional offers are available on the Course Finder web page. However, the Department also has considerable flexibility in its admissions and offers policy and strongly encourages applications from nonstandard applicants. Students whose first language is not English may also be asked for a qualification in English Language Proficiency at an appropriate level. It may also be helpful to contact the Admissions Office for specific guidance on the entrance requirements for particular programmes.

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Further Learning and Career Opportunities This degree programme will provide you with skills that are transferable to a wide variety of employment positions.

To further enhance their prospects, all management students should secure work experience, vacation internships and work placements. Students should begin researching and applying for jobs and graduate schemes in the summer before their final year. The careers service supports students at every step with an online jobs and opportunities board, information, events and one-to-one help to check your applications and prepare you for the recruitment process. For further details please refer to the Careers Service.

The Year in Business programme allows students to work within an organisation for one year between the second and final years. Students who perform well on their placements often find that the employer will encourage them to apply for posts that start immediately after their graduation.

The School offers Masters Programmes in:

 Business Information Systems  Consumption, Culture and Marketing  Entrepreneurship  International Accounting  International Human Resource Management  International Management  Management and Organisations  Marketing  Sustainability and Management.

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Indicators of Quality and Standards

Royal Holloway’s position as one of the UK’s leading research-intensive institutions was confirmed by the results of the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) conducted by the Higher Education Funding Council (HEFCE). The scoring system for the REF 2014 measures research quality in four categories, with the top score of 4* indicating quality that is world-leading and of the highest standards in terms of originality, significance and rigour and 3* indicating research that is internationally excellent. 81% of the College’s research profile was deemed to be within the 4* or 3* categories, an increase of over 20% since 2008. The results for the quality of our research outputs placed Royal Holloway 15th in the UK based on an overall Grade Point Average (GPA) score and 20th in the UK for 4* and 3* research.

The School of Management is ranked 14thout of 101 Business and Management Schools in the United Kingdom for the quality of research outputs, based on both GPA and on the proportion of our research that is of 3* and 4* quality.

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List of Programmes All the programmes are taught entirely by staff at Royal Holloway, University of London, and lead to awards of the University of London. Some combinations of individual courses do attract professional body recognition. The QAA subject benchmark statement in General Business and Management describes the general features which one might expect from Honours Degree programmes in the subject, and can therefore be used as a point of reference when reading this document (see www.qaa.ac.uk). UCAS codes are given in parentheses (see www.ucas.ac.uk)).

Single Honours Degree programmes in Business and Management BSc Business and Management (N200) BSc Business and Management (Year in Business) (N201) Single Honours Degree programmes with Management Specialism BSc Management with Accounting (N2N4) BSc Management with Accounting (Year in Business) (NN24) BSc Management with Human Resources (N2N6) BSc Management with Human Resources (Year in Business) (NN16) BSc Management with Information Systems (N2G5) BSc Management with Information Systems (Year in Business) (NI12) BSc Management with Marketing (N2N5) BSc Management with Marketing (Year in Business) (NN25) BSc Management with International Business (N2N1) BSc Management with International Business (Year in Business) (NN21) BSc Management with Sustainability (ND24) BSc Management with Sustainability (Year in Business) (N191) BSc Management with Entrepreneurship (NN23) BSc Management with Entrepreneurship (Year in Business) (N190) Combined Honours Degree programmes with Management as a major component BSc Management with Mathematics (N2G1) Joint Honours Degree programmes with Management as an equal component BSc Economics and Management (LN12) BA French and Management (RN12)* BA German and Management (RN22)* For students first registered in or after September 2015 Version: 6.0 Dated: 07.09.2015 BA Italian and Management (RN32)* BSc Computing and Business (NG25) BSc Computing and Business (Year in Industry) (NG25) BA Management and Spanish (NR24)* BSc Mathematics and Management (GN12) Combined Honours Degree programmes with Management as a minor component BSc Mathematics with Management (G1N2) * Must pass Moodle Writing Skills Test in order to progress into second year (see Progression paragraph above).

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The regulations relating to the number of courses that students are required to pass in each stage of the degree in order

to progress to the subsequent stage can be found at:



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