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HND in Leadership and Management for England

PEARSON     5     24 MONTHS

Programme Details: 

Award  Pearson BTEC HND in Leadership and Management for England
Award Level  RQF Level 5
Awarding Body Pearson
Language of Study English
Fees £6,000 per academic year 
Start Date  September 2024 
Study Mode  Full-Time, 2 Years 
Delivery Method  Teaching is blended combined with online learning resources available via Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) - Moodle. Classes are usually held on one of our modern and well-equipped campuses at Limehouse.

Programme Overview:  

Enrolling in our HND in Leadership and Management for England will provide students with extensive business knowledge and practical skills through research, independent and directed study, and real-world scenarios. 

The HND in Leadership and Management for England programme will develop students as independent-thinking professionals who can meet the demands of employers and adapt to a constantly changing world. The qualifications aim to widen access to higher education and improve the career prospects of those who take them. 

The main objective is to empower students to develop and apply their own ideas in their studies, manage uncertainty and complexity, explore solutions, demonstrate critical evaluation, and integrate both theory and practice in various business contexts. 

The Pearson HND in Leadership and Management for England is perfect for those seeking a comprehensive understanding of Leadership and Management principles and their application in the broader business world. 

Programme Structure: 

Requires 240 credits, of which 120 credits are at Level 4 (8 units) and 120 credits are at Level 5 (8 units). 

Year 1, Level 4 Units:  

Unit Number Title Credits
Unit 1 The Contemporary Business Environment (Core)  15
Unit 2 Marketing Processes and Planning (Core)  15
Unit 3 Management of Human Resources (Core)  15
Unit 4 Leadership and Management (Core)  15
Unit 5 Accounting Principles (Core)  15
Unit 6 Managing a Successful Business Project (Core)  15
Unit 7 Operational Planning and Management (Core)  15
Unit 8 Digital Business in Practice (Core)  15

Year 2, Level 5 Units:  

Unit Number Title Credits
Unit 9 Organisational Behaviour Management (Core) 30
Unit 10 Managing and Leading Change (Core)   15
Unit 11 Principles of Operations Management (Core)  15
Unit 12 Business Strategy (Core) 15
Unit 13 Business Information Technology Systems (Core)  15
Unit 14 Developing Individuals, Teams, and Organisations (Core)  15
Unit 15 Business Communications and Relationship Management (Core) 15
Unit 16 Business Data Analytics and Insights (Core) 15

Entry Requirements: 

For students who have recently been in education, the entry profile is likely to include one of the following: 

  • a BTEC Level 3 qualification in Business  

  • a GCE Advanced Level profile that demonstrates robust performance in a relevant subject or adequate performance in more than one GCE subject. This profile is likely to be supported by GCSE grades at A* to C (or equivalent) and/or 9 to 4 (or equivalent) in subjects such as math’s and English. 

  • other related Level 3 qualifications  

  • an access to Higher Education Diploma from an approved further education institution 

  • relevant work experience, or  

  • an international equivalent to the above qualifications. 

Our Recognition of Prior Learning policy means that students’ previous learning and experience can be considered, and they may be awarded certain qualifications or units of a qualification based on that learning or experience.  

English Language Requirements:  

Applicants applying for all our qualifications, which are taught and assessed entirely in English, need English language skills. 

Non-native English speakers who have not carried out their final two years of schooling in English should demonstrate ability at a standard equivalent to: 

  • Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) level B2 

  • PTE Academic 51, or 

  • IELTS 5.5 (reading and writing must be at 5.5) 

We assess the level of English as part of the selection process using a written statement and an interview. 

Other Requirements: 

Candidates must have basic ICT knowledge (Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet, and Email literacy). 

Application and Selection Process:  

The application process allows the admissions team to select applicants meeting the above entry qualifications and demonstrate English Language competency. The admissions team will consider applications on a case-by-case basis. 

Stage 1: Submission of the Application Form:  

The applicant should submit an online application form, fill in all the fields, and upload the required documents. The registrar will invite the applicant for an informal interview and a discussion of the rest of the admissions process within one day. 

Stage 2: Submission of the Written Statement: 

Applicants will proceed to the full Interview only after submitting a written 500+/-10% word statement meeting the following basic requirements: 

  • Applicants should submit their written statements no more than one working day before the initial interview. Ideally, the formal interview will follow the submission of the statement subject to time constraints. 

  • The statement must be in the applicant's own words. 

  • All statements must be typed using Microsoft Word and must not contain any pictures or any comments copied from other sources. 

Please contact us for full details of the requirements and guidelines for preparing the statement.  

Stage 3: Interview Stage: 

Academic staff will mark the statements on the day or within one working day of their submission. 

Stage 4: Offers of Places: 

Prospective students who succeed at the Interview receive conditional offers of places no more than 24 hours after the Interview and should confirm their acceptance within seven days 

Applicants will be informed of any significant changes to the course that occur during the application process. 

The admissions team will inform all successful applicants about the times and arrangements for enrolment, registration, and induction. 

Stage 5: Enrolment and Induction:  

Once tuition fees are approved/paid, student enrolment onto the course and induction occur before students begin their studies.