Why Choose Stirling?
University of Stirling was founded by Royal Charter in 1967 in Scotland with a mission of being “a University of distinction that is ambitious, accessible and self-reliant, and whose purpose is to develop these qualities in our students, staff and the communities we serve.” It ranked 385th in QS World University Rankings and 2nd in UK in the Times Higher Education Young University Rankings in 2017. It also placed within top 25 business and management school in UK in the Research Excellence Framework 2014.
It is one of the UK’s leading research universities in the fields of health and wellbeing, the environment and people, culture and society, enterprise and the economy, and sport. In learning and teaching, it aims at delivering high quality programmes that produce intellectually able graduates who are highly sought after by employers.
Quality teaching: Taught by faculty staff of Stirling (awarded 5 stars in teaching by QS in 2017) and LIFE lecturers
University Campus University: Study a UK degree at the Lingnan University campus
Duration: A top-up degree to be completed in 12 months
Why Study Management?
Management equips you with two things: a board understanding of business today and the practical management skills with which to become an effective manager. You will gain an understanding of the internal functions and structures of organizations as well as the contexts within which business operates. You will develop the analytical skills needed both to solve a range of management problems and to competently use a number of management software packages.
You will also develop your individual skills of critical thinking, teamwork and leadership; be competent in analysing data and have the communication skills vital for translating good ideas into action. You will be challenged to find improved ways of doing things.
This programme helps you to develop skills essential for a career in modern business and management.
Successful management depends on understanding the complete business system and the interactions of customers, suppliers and resources. Management develops the skills and the analytical approach in relation to business systems in a range of environments including: industrial, commercial, service and public sector.
Students will gain an understanding of the internal functions and structures of organisations as well as the contexts within which business operates.
One of the skills developed is the ability to assess project risk (financial, technical and commercial), take an overall systems view and to make decisions that optimise desired objectives.
Management students also need to be able to communicate well. Business development plans need to be supported by engaging presentations to sell their ideas.
Students will develop a wide range of skills: making presentations, report writing, working in teams and familiarity with modern information technology.
The entire programme consists of 9 modules and a dissertation to be completed in 12 months.
*The above are indicative units on offer and provided as a guide only.
||Leadership & Management
||Branding & Communication
||Understanding Supply Chains
||Professional Development and Practice
Teaching and Learning Support, Facilities and Services
- September / October every year
|Teaching and Learning Activity
- The teaching faculty of the University of Stirling co-teaches one module in each semester.
- Normally there are 12 to 15 face-to-face contact hours per week
- Courses are designed and coordinated by the University of Stirling (UoS)
- Web-based learning platform and materials are provided by UoS
- Additional academic support provided through consultation meetings with local lecturers
- University of Stirling online learning resources
|Medium of Instruction
- Classes, assessments and course materials are in English.
- Assessments are designed to measure learning outcomes effectively, which includes individual assignment and examination/group project.
- Pre-sessional workshops are provided to prepare students for undergraduate-level studies in English.
- Classes are delivered at the Lingnan University Main Campus close to the Siu Hong Station of MTR West Rail Line.
||Students may access the following teaching and learning facilities and services:
- Teaching, learning, computer, multi-media and learning common facilities at the Lingnan University
- Lingnan University Library at Tuen Mun Campus
- Career and counseling support facilities
- Lingnan University Sports Complex
|Student Medical and Dental Scheme
- Full-time students can enjoy medical and dental benefits.
||Mr. Ian Lee
Graduate of Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Management 2017
“Thanks to LIFE’s 2+1 Articulation Pathway, I was able to secure my seat in the Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Management programme offered by the University of Stirling in collaboration with LIFE after I had completed the Higher Diploma in Hospitality (Hotel Operation). The programme was quite condensed and I had to make great efforts to cope with the curriculum. Fortunately, studying at the Lingnan University main campus made it easier for me to adapt. Also, I could enjoy the learning facilities and amenities.”
Minimum Admission Requirements
In order to be eligible for admission to the programme, students have to be graduates of:
Higher Diploma or Associate Degree in relevant discipline with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.00 or above (out of 4.00), in which two of the business-related courses are at GPA of 2.33 or above; or
Requirement for English Proficiency
Applicants will be selected on the basis of academic merits. Shortlisted candidates may be required to attend an interview.
Fee and Financial Assistance
The tuition fee for students in the academic year 2018-19 is as follows:
||HK$ 200 (non-refundable)
||HK$ 105,600 (3 terms in 1 year)
||Extended Non-means-Tested Loan Scheme
More About the Programme
Division of Higher Education and International Programmes (HEI)
Lingnan Institute of Further Education
UG01, New Academic Block, Lingnan University
Tel : 2616 8247 / 2616 8274
Website : www.LN.edu.hk/life
Email : hei@LN.edu.hk
This is an exempted course under the Non-local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance (Cap. 493). It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which this course may lead.