The Purpose of the Business Studies curriculum is to equip students with a comprehensive business knowledge and appropriate skills needed to develop their entrepreneurial and employability skills, which allows them to identify business problems and opportunities.
Students are also equipped with the knowledge of the global market, external influences and both micro and macro business environment. This is achieved through quality teaching, which ensures students understand underlying Business theories which they can apply to a variety of familiar and unfamiliar case studies using and relating with real life businesses. Through the curriculum and teaching, students can develop their analytical and evaluative skills to relate with different business situation, demonstrating good understanding of business behaviours and operations. We want students acquire a range of relevant business and generic skills, including decision making, problem solving, the challenging of assumptions and critical analysis. They apply numerical skills in a range of business contexts. Our students are able to think analytically, reach logical conclusions based on data, and make judgements on future changes to markets and the economy, with the understanding of how bigger business issues impact on their daily lives.