Taught course

BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems - Online


Entry requirements

Every application is different. If you’re not sure whether you meet the entry requirements, or you have any questions, contact LIBF’s Study Advisors for advice.

Typical offer

  • A-Levels
    Two subjects at A-Level or equivalent.

-GCSE Maths, Grade C or Grade 4 or above.

-GCSE English, Grade C or Grade 4 or above.

  • Contextual offers
    LIBF strives to support students to succeed, whatever their background and encourages you to apply to study with them even if you don’t meet the academic requirements.
    They view all applications holistically – and will consider your personal statement, background, work and other experience when assessing your ability to succeed in your chosen degree programme.
  • Mature students
    If you’re a mature student and you don’t meet LIBF’s entry criteria, you may be eligible to enrol through their mature student process. You may be required to submit a CV and a short supporting statement of 500 to 600 words. This should set out why you want to study this programme and how it will support your career plans.
  • Other qualifications
    LIBF also considers a variety of qualifications including A levels with EPQ, International Baccalaureate, BTECs, T-levels, Cambridge Pre-U subjects, Irish Leaving Certificate, Scottish Highers, Welsh Baccalaureate and other international qualifications.

English language requirements

  • IELTS: Level 6 or above
  • TOEFL: minimum 80 points
  • Trinity College ISE: ISE III at the minimum pass. Please note that Trinity College ISE academic results are only valid for two years
  • Duolingo English test: minimum 95 points. Take Duolingo’s online English test. It takes just 45 to 60 minutes, and you’ll receive your results within two days. You can then send your certificate to LIBF
  • Cambridge Certificate: minimum B grade overall.

Months of entry


Course content

Have you ever wondered how business and technology intersect in today's modern world? Unlock the secrets of this dynamic fusion with LIBF's online BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems degree.

With core modules covering essential topics such as 'Business 101', 'Management Accounting', and 'Corporate Finance & Investment', you'll develop a strong foundation in both business and IT. But this degree goes even further by offering diverse elective modules like 'Business Intelligence', 'Cyber Security', and 'Supply Chain Management'. This means you can tailor your study experience to align with your specific interests and career aspirations. LIBF believes that to get to the top, you should start anywhere you like.

As a LIBF student, you'll benefit from the flexibility of studying 100% online. This means you can balance your learning around your living and progress on your own terms. You'll also become part of a global community of like-minded individuals, including staff, students, alumni, and experts. With a dedicated team of study coaches and career experts to support you every step of the way, you'll have the guidance and resources you need to achieve your goals.

Career Opportunities

Armed with your business information systems degree, you'll be more than just a regular job applicant - you'll be a problem-solver, an innovator, a strategist.

Whether you choose to work in a large corporation or set up your own startup, your business information systems degree sets you up for the journey ahead.

Enterprise resource planner (ERP)

Imagine having an impact on the complete streamlining of a company's processes – that's what happens when you step into enterprise resource planning (ERP). Your business information systems degree will prepare you to implement, customise and provide support for systems that integrate all parts of a business. You can use your knowledge to improve efficiency, facilitate information sharing and drive profitability within the organization.

IT project manager

Take the lead in shaping the digital future of a business as an IT project manager. You'll manage IT projects efficiently, from inception to completion, coordinating teams, managing resources and troubleshooting issues, ensuring that IT projects are delivered on time, within budget and meet overall business objectives.

Application analyst

Combine your business knowledge and technical skills with a career as an application analyst. You’ll use your innovative problem-solving abilities to analyse application performance, streamline processes, and maximise efficiency – ensuring businesses run smoothly. As an applications analyst, you’ll have the opportunity to make a tangible, lasting impact on a company’s daily operations and overall success.


Discover where business and technology intersect – exploring the power of data-driven decision-making for modern organisation.

Equip yourself with the skills needed to navigate the rapidly evolving digital landscape, studying concepts including computer science, IT management, data analytics, business intelligence and big data technologies.

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Fees and funding

Achieve your degree at your own pace and tailor your studies around your work and personal commitments.

For UK students, the total fees for our online courses will remain the same whether you opt for full-time or part-time study. You may be eligible for a student loan for this online distance-learning programme, and if you encounter financial challenges as an undergraduate student, you can apply for assistance from our Hardship Fund. These funds are accessible twice during the academic year – you will be notified when applications are open, and the allocation of funds will be determined by the Scholarship, Bursaries, and Prizes Committee.

Both UK and international students can enjoy a 2% discount on total fees by paying annually in advance, or a 10% discount by paying the full amount upfront for an undergraduate course. To explore all financial support options for your BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems degree, please visit our UK fees and funding page or international fees and funding page.

Please note that the prices listed below are specifically for online study mode (available scholarships are not included).

  • Full-time: Complete your degree in the 36 months and study flexibly – when and where suits you. The cost is 6,935£ per year studying 7-8 modules per year.
  • Part-time option 1: Complete your degree in the 48 months and study flexibly – when and where suits you. The cost is 5,201£ per year studying 5-6 modules per year.
  • Part-time option 2: Complete your degree in the 72 months and study flexibly – when and where suits you. The cost is 3,468£ per year studying 3-4 modules per year.

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • BSc
    part time
    48 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification
    72 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification
    full time
    36 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification

Course contact details

Admissions team