University of Derby

University of Derby

Business and administrative HND/HNC degrees (1 result)

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Business and Management HND

Derby Business School Derby Business School

2 years full time

21NN UCAS code 95% Employment rate
Source: UNISTATS, 2019
67th CompUniGuide subject ranking
Source: Complete University Guide 2020
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64UCAS Tariff Points

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63 / 131
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Source: Complete University Guide 2020

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Student Reviewer
05 Jan 16

University of Derby

Business Management (CMI accredited) BA (Hons)

Tell us about your overall university experience so far.

I've loved every minute of studying at Derby. I've made some great friends and it has given me a lot of confidence that i did'nt have...

Student Reviewer
04 Apr 14

University of Derby

Business and Management HND

Tell us about your overall university experience so far.

I would advise to go into halls for your first year at least, as it is a good way to meet new people as you will not really know anyone...