BA (Hons) Business Studies

Kick-start your future with a Business Studies degree from the University of Stirling, and combine your course with over a dozen complementary subjects.

Key facts

  • Award BA (Hons)
  • Start date January 2022, September 2022, January 2023
  • Duration 48 months or 36 months
  • Mode of study Part-time, Full-time, Campus based
  • UCAS Code N100
  • Study abroad opportunities

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Equip yourself with a rich breadth of knowledge in business and management with our flexible Business Studies course.

When you choose Business Studies at Stirling, you won’t just be stepping into a leading UK business school – you’ll also open the door to a world of opportunities with the freedom to access subjects from all over the University and, if you wish, combine your degree with one of 17 different subjects. From Spanish to Sports Studies, Psychology to Law, Computing to Accountancy, our flexibility is your strength as you pair your passion with an in-depth grounding in business.

This course will grow your managerial expertise and put foundations in place to ensure you continue developing through your professional life. You’ll also learn how organisations are structured, and gain insight into what makes them function best. Speakers from industry visit regularly to complement our own research-led teaching – giving you real-world and rounded knowledge of business and the tools needed to succeed in it.

Enhance your learning with Riipen

The University has a Riipen license for this course. Through this platform, you can work with global companies on real business problems that are assessed and rated. As you complete more challenges, you build a portfolio. This platform can help you boost your skills, gain career clarity, network with potential employers, and find a job you love.

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Prizes or awards

Professor Rob Ball Memorial Prize

A prize of £100 is awarded to the graduating student with the best overall academic performance on the BA Honours Business Studies course. Rob Ball was Professor of Public Service Management and worked at the University of Stirling for many years. This prize is kindly funded by Professor Ball's family.

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What our students said

Emily Jenkins
Emily Jenkins
United Kingdom
BA(Hons) Business Studies and Economics
I secured a pharmaceutical marketing internship with GlaxoSmithKline in my final summer at University and after this 12-week internship secured a place on GSK’s Future leaders’ program. This led to a role as a Brand Manager with responsibilities including leading the patient support programme for the launch of the brand’s two new formulations.
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Piotr  Kasperek
Piotr Kasperek
Poland
BA (Hons) Business Studies and Economics
The campus is so beautiful and unique, it's been a pleasure to study here.
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Megan  Smyth
Megan Smyth
Scotland
BA (Hons) Business Studies
I chose the University of Stirling because it offered the most choice
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