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Course overview

With business management degrees opening doors to more careers than other undergraduate degrees (Hackett, The Independent, 2016), choosing to study Business Management makes sense for your future career, and we aim to develop resourceful and responsive managers who are able to rise effectively to the challenges of today’s business world.

Studying a course full-time traditionally takes three years to complete, unless your course has the option of a sandwich year placement, in which case you could gain a year’s professional work experience in a company or organisation.


If you have any enquiries about the course content, please use these contact details for Chester Business School.

September 2019
  • Queen's Park Campus, Chester
4 Years

Why Study Business Management with us?

Effective business managers are crucial to interpreting the changing business environment and shape decision making. This ensures future growth amidst the challenge of competing stakeholder demands and resource constraints.

As a Chester Business Management graduate, you will be competent in exercising judgement and skill in decision making across a range of contemporary contexts. With a firm understanding of diverse management practices and skills, you will be able to operate in regional, national and international markets across all strategic areas, and have a firm understanding of the role of business and management in society.

We also offer integrated work experience as part of your degree, and a four-year option for study with a year out in industry – all helping to ensure that you are distinctive in the marketplace.

Queen's Park Campus, Chester

Only minutes from Chester’s historic city centre, and nestled alongside the banks of the River Dee, Queen’s Park Campus offers a unique and unforgettable learning experience at the University of Chester Business School.

Most recently a bank, it was once the historical Western Command headquarters for the Army during World War Two, making this a fitting location for leaders of the future to flourish.

On-site facilities include: a dedicated business library with group study spaces and learning pods for quiet study, a 250-seat lecture theatre, mixed teaching rooms equipped with the latest AV equipment and high-quality computer suites.

The campus also has fantastic catering, including a cafeteria with a Starbucks ‘grab-and-go’ counter and bring your own food area, as well as a top-floor brasserie with panoramic views of Chester. There are areas for students to socialise outside the building, with access to riverside walks and the Meadows.

The student accommodation and the facilities of Parkgate Road Campus, Chester, are also within walking distance or a short bus ride.

Not only an academic site, this campus also operates as a much sought after corporate hub for a wide range of partners from the public and private sector. This gives you plenty of opportunity to network with likeminded people and potential future employers on a regular basis.

Take a virtual tour of the facilities at Queen's Park Campus.

Open Days 2018

Visit us at an Open Day and find out what it's really like to study at the University of Chester.

Chester Dates

  • Saturday 27th October
  • Wednesday 14th November

Warrington Dates

  • Saturday 20th October

Shrewsbury Dates

  • Saturday 20th October
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