Undergraduate programmes

Our range of degrees and conjoint combinations means that you can select the right programme to meet your interests and career aspirations. Your Business School degree will be internationally recognised and respected.


BCom and BProp

The Business School offers two undergraduate degree programmes, providing a wide range of study options.

 The BCom and BProp can be taken alongside a degree from another faculty, which allows you to study for two degrees at once in a conjoint degrees programme.

If you want to quickly compare our programmes to see which one will best meet your needs, view our programme comparison table.

For information on course based outcomes please go to the Ministry of Education Which Course Where website.

For more information and advice please contact the Business Student Centre.

Planning your degree
Make the most of your degree by carefully planning your first year of study


The Graduate Diploma in Commerce (GradDipCom) will enable you to supplement your undergraduate degree. The GradDipCom can be used as a bridging programme for postgraduate study.

Graduate Diploma in Commerce (GradDipCom)

Bachelor of Global Studies

This programme will be offered from 2018, subject to approval.

The Bachelor of Global Studies is a cross-faculty degree that draws on the combined expertise of the faculties of Arts, Business, Creative Arts and Industries, Engineering, Law and Science.

This interdisciplinary programme will broaden your mind as you are exposed to new ways of thinking about the world. You will develop skills for employment such as leadership, teamwork, public speaking, critical thinking, research and intercultural communication.

Learn more about the Bachelor of Global Studies.

Download a prospectus

Download our prospectuses and handbooks in either interactive e-book format or PDF to share with friends and family - visit our Prospectuses and handbooks page.

Help and advice

If you would like to discuss your study options, entry requirements or the admissions process you can talk to one of our advisers or visit our City Campus. For contact details, please visit our Help and advice page.