Business and computing
Support dynamic and evolving sectors that power the modern world.
Learn all aspects of today’s modern business world, and the domestic and global environments in which businesses operate. Challenge yourself and show us, and the world, what you bring to the table.
Or excel in computing through a curriculum in collaboration with industry, to make your mark in a growing and dynamic sector at the heart of modern development.
Study at UHI to develop the skills needed for a successful career in the areas of business and computing.
- Applied Data Analytics
- Business Administration: Aviation, Environment, Executive, Renewable Energy, Resilience
- Creativity, Leadership and Enterprise
- Equine Leadership and Management
- Global Entrepreneurship
- Health Leadership and Management
- Human Resource Management
- Interpretation: Management and Practice
- Leadership and Management
- Management in Golf
- Resilience Leadership and Management
- Web Technologies
Pathways to study
Pathways to study
If you don't initially meet the entry requirements for degree study there is always another route and you may want to consider an HNC or access course.
Graduates progress into a variety of roles:
- Business, leadership, management and entrepreneurship
- Events, conference and festival management
- Financial, audit, tax and management accounting
- Human resources
- Tourism and hospitality
Business and computing sector
- Compared to all sectors, a higher proportion of the workforce in the tourism sector was qualified to SCQF level 1-6
- Top employing occupations (people), 2031: Elementary Occupations: Clerical and Services Related Total Employment: 76,700
- Tourism is forecast to account for 11.4% of Scotland’s total number of job openings in the long-term (2024-2031)
- Workforce size 2024: 194,900 people
- Workforce size 2031: 198,100 people
Why our students love UHI
Denny, events management gradute
I started my student journey with UHI on HND Professional Cookery. It was the fact that world-renowned chefs, Andrew Fairlie and Tom Kitchin, had studied here that really attracted me to the course. My favourite thing about this university is the staff and lecturers. I was known by my name, rather than feeling I was just a number.
Casey, computing graduate
I knew I wanted to do a computing course but I wasn’t keen on moving to study. UHI was an option local to me with a range computing courses available to choose from. I like the teaching style I’ve received where we learn bit by bit as we work through assignments, I’ve found it much easier to remember and more manageable. Lecturers are understanding and helpful and genuinely have a passion for what they do.
Casey studied HNC Computing at UHI Shetland.