NGO Management BSc
BSc (Hons) Business (NGO Management), Accelerated Degree
February 22, 2019

Foundation Programme (Africa)

Foundation Programme (Africa)

Foundation year Programme (Level 3)



Tuition fees from September 2019

Tuition (Per Year)

$3 480

Subject to approval

Contact our London office for more detail and information on our intake dates.


The aims of the LCIBS Foundation is to help prepare you for progressing to undergraduate study in understanding and engagement with:

  1. The changing and dynamic nature of business-related disciplines within an interconnected globalised and complex world.
  2. The influences/impact that externalities, such as the political and economic environments, have upon business and society.
  3. The on-going development of your career within a business-related environment.
  4. The need to continually enhance and develop a range of skill sets to enable you to participate both within a business and societal context.
  5. Developing a level of emotional resilience to operate within challenging environments.
  6. Being adaptable and flexible to the changing needs of organisations and society as a whole.
  7. Global diversity in terms of cultures, ethical behaviours, communication, environmental awareness and social responsibility.
  8. Learning and development through a range of group and individual practice-oriented learning experiences.
  9. Developing your self-reflection, self-critical and personal skill sets.
  10. Exploring areas of both personal and career interest through the pathways.
  11. Acquiring competences in interpersonal skills that will be beneficial to your future career.

Progression to Other Awards

Graduating Foundation students will gain a Level 3 award while still having the opportunity to progress onto a range of related LCIBS programmes in order to explore additional knowledge, understanding and skills.

Entry Requirements

  • Minimum of five WASSCE grades A1-C6 (including Mathematics and English)
  • Minimum of five SSSC A-D (including Mathematics and English)
  • General Certificate of Education Advanced Level
The Structure of your Programme

Foundation year Programme (Level 3)

Compulsory Modules
Credit Points
Business in Context 30
Academic Study and Research Skills for Business 30
Maths, Literacy and IT Capabilities for Business 30
Management in Action 30
Total Credits at Level 3 120

To achieve Foundation in Business Management the student must achieve 120 credits

Aims and objectives of the Programme

LCIBS aims to provide a stimulating, multicultural learning environment in which students aspire to become global citizens capable of contributing effectively and responsibly.

The Foundation Year programme aims to assist students in their understanding and engagement with:

  1. The changing and dynamic nature of business
  2. External influences such as the political and economic environments
  3. Career development
  4. Developing a level of emotional resilience to operate within challenging environments.
  5. Cultural awareness
  6. Academic knowledge and skills expectations

Academic Study and Research Skills for Business

The module aims are that by the end will have gained the basic skills required to undertake business research; analyse, evaluate and interpret data from that research; and arrive at useful conclusions for making business decisions. This will enable students to develop and prepare their own research projects from thinking of a topic, to setting research objectives, managing the data gathering, analysing and then to presenting their findings in a clear and meaningful way.

Business in Context

The module introduces the study of business and examines the complex and dynamic environment in which businesses operate. An important theme is how businesses can best be understood as a series of interrelated activities in a set of different dynamic and ever evolving contexts. Students will examine different business organisations, the people who work in them, the context of their operations and its outputs

Maths, Literacy and IT Capabilities for Business

The module is essential for introducing students to modern day business where numeracy, literacy and ICT skills are crucial. More immediately it introduces fundamental arithmetic and writing concepts that are fundamentally required enable progress into a range of business subjects studied at degree level. These are framed within a structured and supportive environment that will enable students can start to develop their appreciation of the importance of mathematics more broadly to understand and describe abstract ideas; how clarity in writing can have a great impact upon performance and how necessary IT is in the contemporary in facilitating communication and information processing. The world of business practice is utilised where appropriate to develop maths, literacy and IT skills and abilities in context.

Management in Action

'Management in Action' is intended to outline the scope of responsibilities and means by which management functions. This can be achieved by general learning, examples from case study and from the experience anyone has witnessing management in action. This foundation module is designed to provide a thorough preparation for learning the skills and knowledge at undergraduate level that will be required to become a confident and effective manager and people leader upon graduation. The module draws upon, pulls together, reinforces and enhances knowledge, skills and abilities developed in the previous three programme modules.


Modules are assessed through a series of assignments. The summative assessment requirements for each module are provided at the start of each module and via the Moodle VLE and during the first lecture/seminar session. Typical assessments are Essays, Reports, Individual or Group Presentations, tests and exams.

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