Welcome to Business

Business is one of the largest departments at Itchen with a variety of qualifications, including vocational options. The department offers a wide range of enrichment opportunities for its students including work placements and entry into national competitions. Throughout their course, Business students will have access to guest lectures from professionals and the opportunity to enrich their studies through relevant trips and activities.

We are a large but friendly department with a wide range of academic and vocational programmes to suit all learning styles.
- Maria Sparks, Head of Faculty for Business
In 2016, Accounting A Level achieved 100% pass rate.

Our Courses

Accounting

A Level

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Business

A Level

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Business

Vocational Level 2

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Business (single or double award)

Vocational Level 3

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Business Administration

Vocational Level 2

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Economics

A Level

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Student success

Kathryn Ray

Kathryn Ray

Kathryn was a local student from The Sholing Technology College and received outstanding results from her A Levels. 

She achieved A*A*AA in Economics, Graphics, Mathematics and Chemistry.

Kathryn is now going onto the Russell Group university of London School of Economics (LSE) to study Economics and Philosophy.


Department news

Business Trip to St Monica's Career Day

On Wednesday 24 May, the first year students of Business (double award) visited St Monica’s Primary School as part of their coursework. The aim was to give the…

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Business Trip to New York

Between Monday 20 March and Saturday 25 March, our Business students flew out to New York, USA. Our students did a variety of activities whilst they were out…

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Guest Lecture by Parysa Hosseini-Sech

On Thursday 17 November, the Business department welcomed Parysa Hosseini-Sech, HR manager at telecommunications company Onecom, into college to talk to…

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Key personnel

Maria Sparks - Head of Faculty for Business

Maria Sparks

Teacher of Business, Economics and Accounting