The Business Management, Marketing and Entrepreneurship Placement offers you the opportunity to examine the central issues facing developing countries in today’s globalised world and to learn practical skills that will enable you to work in business, social enterprise and NGOs.
The Business Management, Marketing and Entrepreneurship Placement not only addresses the theories of development, but actively examines how development works practically in the field in developing and developed countries.
You will be able to analyse in detail how development projects are designed, implemented and managed. The programme enables the learning of participatory approaches to development that are designed to mobilise people to actively take part in their own development. It equips the students with the understanding of the role that NGOs can play in promoting social and economic progress.
“CSR IS OFTEN SEEN AS A BOX TICKING/PR EXERCISE, BUT SEEING THE CORPORATE RELATIONSHIP IN ACTION ENCOURAGED ME TO MAKE OTHERS AWARE THAT THEY DO DO GOOD, AND THEY ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE TO CHARITIES. A VERY BIG DIFFERENCE. AND THEY DO ACTUALLY CARE.”
What Did You Get Up To At Nkois’s Haven, Portsmouth University Student shares her experience
“VOLUNTEERS HAVE BEEN HELPING NKOSI’S HAVEN WITH POLICY, COMPLIANCE, ACCOUNTS, BUDGETS, WEBSITE CONTENT, MARKETING AND POLICIES. THIS IS WHERE THE REAL NEED IS, AND THIS IS WHERE STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO APPLY THEIR UNIVERSITY EDUCATION AND SUPPORT.”