Business provides a platform for Marketing, HR, Finance, management, trading, insurance, and banking.
A varied, vast and thoroughly interesting area of study, you could end up working in a law firm, local government, legal department or courts.
The Typical Average Wage in this industry is £31,361
Not only can you train in business, practice or banking, but once qualified, chartered accountants are found working in high level jobs all over the world.
A Fully Qualified Accountant Could Earn Around £70,000 Per Year!
Financial & Professional services have the largest number of jobs in Wales, a Country which has a strong reputation in this field.
What can I study, and where?
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What are the career possibilities?
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I joined this course at Level 1, realising how much I enjoyed it I decided to progress further. Everyone is friendly, the whole group gets on well and the teachers are excellent. I would like to go to the University of South Wales and study business with finance. Since joining the college I have applied myself and improved my skills and study ethic.
Level 2 Business Studies
Questions & Answers
What are the different levels, when we join what level should we apply for?
The level may be determined by your GCSE grades/predictions and prior achievement. Our website will contain the entry requirements for each course. https://www.coleggwent.ac.uk/learning
What GCSEs do you have to have?
There are no entry requirements for level 1 but you will need 4 GCSE grade D for level 2 and 5 GCSE grade C for level 3. More detail on entry requirements can be found on the course pages on our website. https://www.coleggwent.ac.uk/learning
What are the extra costs for the AAT courses?
You would need to become a member of AAT in order to sit exams and assessments. The membership fee is £148.
Can the law course be applied in other areas if I decide not to work in law, would it still be useful?
Legal knowledge is useful in a variety of sectors including local government, utility companies and business enterprises.