If you wish to study this course full-time you must apply through UCAS; UCAS Code NN12, Institution Code Y70.
If you wish to study part-time follow the 'apply' link at the top of this page and fill out a York College application form.
Click here to view York College’s agreement with the Office for Fair Access (OFFA) and an explanation on how fee income will be used to support students.
Standard Entry: 48 UCAS Tariff points or equivalent (MMP) and minimum Level 2 English and maths. Please see the UCAS tariff calculator on the left-hand side of this webpage to work out your tariff point amount.
Non-standard entry: Applicants who have relevant skills and experience but who do not hold the standard minimum entry requirements will be considered. Applicants will be required to demonstrate the necessary skills and experience to enter the course through their personal statement.
Duration and Attendance
Full-time: 2 years
Part-time: 4 years
For part-time study please contact the college directly.
Course themes include:
- Workforce planning
- Contemporary issues in leadership and management
- Decision making for business
- Managing change and innovation
- People and processes
- Managing financial resources
- Understanding the business environment
- Marketing and strategical thinking
- Assessment Methods
Successful completion of the FD Leadership and Management will enable you to enrol on the BA (Hons) Leadership and Management to convert your qualification in to a full honours degree.
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*International Students should call the International team at York College on 01904 770425
If you have any questions about this course or any aspects of studying at York College please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (01904) 770770.
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