BMaP (Business and Management for all Programmes) is a suite of business and management courses offered by Alliance Manchester Business School and is open to all students across the University who are able to take free choice options as part of their degree structure, providing they meet the entry criteria for the course(s) concerned. The student's home school must also approve of the course choice. Visiting students and those on exchange programmes are also eligible to be considered for BMaP courses.
There are numerous reasons why students choose to take BMaP courses:
- To be taught by top academics;
- To gain business acumen;
- To include on your CV;
- To complement and sometimes contrast major studies;
- To meet students from other schools and faculties within the University;
- Interest in the subject area.
You may also be interested in the Masood Enterprise Centre course units.
How to enrol (for current students only)
Students can self-enrol onto BMaP courses via the course enrolment system providing any listed pre-requisites are met. Please note that we do not allow timetable clashes under any circumstances.
If you have any queries or difficulty enrolling, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
BMaP course units available in 2023/24
This list is provisional and may be subject to change.
Understanding course unit codes
The first digit indicates the level of study, ie. BMAN10011 is taught as a level 1 course unit, and the last digit indicates the semester the course unit is taught in, ie. BMAN10011 is taught in semester 1, BMAN21012 is taught in semester 2 and any courses ending in ‘0’ are taught over both semesters.
Frequently asked questions
Not in most cases. The majority of BMaP courses do not have pre-requisites and are therefore suitable for anyone regardless of whether you have studied business and management previously. Courses with pre-requisite requirements are: BMAN10632 and BMAN20242.
Click on the course unit title in the list above. This will take you to a short course outline which provides detailed information such as course content, assessment methods and recommended reading.
Timetable information is available on the AMBS UG online handbook timetables page. Full course details are distributed to students by the lecturer in the first lecture at the start of the semester - for example, full reading lists and the full syllabus.
BMaP courses are free for the vast majority of students however some overseas visiting students may be required to pay.