SAA Global Education is proud to be the partner for the Univerisity of Plymouth's Bachelor of Arts Degree (Top-Up) for Business Administration, and Accounting and Finance in Singapore. Plymouth University is one UK’s most prominent and dynamic universities with an educational history dating back to 1862. It is UK’s 6th biggest university, with over 30,000 students.
The Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2008 saw Plymouth named as a top 50 research university and the ‘most improved’ with 80% of its research judged as being of international repute. Plymouth University was ranked number two Green University in the UK 2013 by People & Planet Green League table.
Plymouth is consistently ranked as one of the Top 5 UK ‘New’ Universities by the Times Good University Guide, Guardian University Guide and the Complete University Guide, and ranks overall in the top 50 in the UK. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2013-2014 recently ranked Plymouth University amongst the top 300 universities in the world.
SAA Global Education has an average teacher to student ratio of 1:6.
*Enjoy group discounts of up to S$700 each when you enrol with us!
Plymouth Business School
In 2010, the Plymouth Business School (PBS) enrolled 3,858 students and is the 15th largest Business School in the UK. The School has more than 100 undergraduate programmes, 40 masters programmes and a PhD programme with more than 100 students from more than thirty nationalities.
Plymouth Business School programmes are ranked in the top ten percent of programmes in the UK in the following subjects:
- Accounting & Finance
- Business Studies
PBS has a recognised reputation for its postgraduates teaching and innovative research. At PBS, we want our graduates to be engaged, employable and entrepreneurial. The aim is to equip students not just with knowledge but also with a high level of interpersonal, business and learning skills, so that by the time they leave us, they possess a depth of ability and expertise which will serve them well throughout their lives.