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    I am looking to take management course at uni, but want to know the top unis for it? I am a top student (got 11a* aiming for straight A's/a* at a level) so want a good uni! Also A GOOD NIGHTLIFE IS A MUST! as often people say warwicks is awful. I would prefer my management degree to have more economics than business when choosing my course options?THANKS
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    Someone reply please
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    LSE and oxford
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    (Original post by non)
    LSE and oxford
    I would like a more extensive list, I have already visited LSE and hated it! so thats not an option, and oxford well not sure if id manage to get into there...
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    (Original post by max25)
    I would like a more extensive list, I have already visited LSE and hated it! so thats not an option, and oxford well not sure if id manage to get into there...
    11A* and As at AS and you're in a very good position tbh, regardless of how competitive E&M is !
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    (Original post by Schicksal)
    11A* and As at AS and you're in a very good position tbh, regardless of how competitive E&M is !
    Yes i may apply, would like a list of top 10 though perhaps?
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    London South Bank is a really up-and-coming university. I hear they have books now.
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    (Original post by max25)
    I am looking to take management course at uni, but want to know the top unis for it? I am a top student (got 11a* aiming for straight A's/a* at a level) so want a good uni! Also A GOOD NIGHTLIFE IS A MUST! as often people say warwicks is awful. I would prefer my management degree to have more economics than business when choosing my course options?THANKS
    Lancaster's management school is one of the best in the U.K apparently.

    I swear all of my tuition fee goes towards giving management students new facilities/buildings :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by ForensicShoe)
    Lancaster's management school is one of the best in the U.K apparently.

    I swear all of my tuition fee goes towards giving management students new facilities/buildings :rolleyes:
    oooh really does it have the reputation element to it though aswell?like places like warwick do etcc..which also would you say is better bristol?warwick?manchester?bath? durham?newcastle?IAM SO CONFUSED
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    (Original post by max25)
    I would like a more extensive list, I have already visited LSE and hated it! so thats not an option, and oxford well not sure if id manage to get into there...
    Why did u hate LSE??? I also wanted to go there. And I want to try for my masters there
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    go for manchester
    good city, good uni the business department is great and you can specialize your degree in an area you want which is better than just management
    and since you want economics they have an international business economics specialism
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    (Original post by Tushar9)
    Why did u hate LSE??? I also wanted to go there. And I want to try for my masters there
    it seemed like there was no atmosphere, simply go there for work, yes its really good uni but i want more of a uni experience and not just school all over again!hehe
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    (Original post by max25)
    it seemed like there was no atmosphere, simply go there for work, yes its really good uni but i want more of a uni experience and not just school all over again!hehe

    I think it's definitely exaggerated, I've been out clubbing in London and have met people studying at LSE! I'm sure there is some truth to the matter though.

    Oxford Econ & Management is definitely a major one, otherwise try Cambridge Economics and then study Management studies as part II of your course (triposes or something?).

    You could also look at pure Econ courses and then do a masters in management afterwards? If so UCL would be a safe bet. (My friend studying there calls it the University of Clubbing London :rolleyes:)
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    I hear Aston has a higher employment rate than Oxford.....

    They have a huge business school
    Business & Management
    International BM
    Economics and management
    international economics and management
    just to name a few all with a compulsory placement year I am about to graduate and have loved my time here
    night life is amazing 10 minute drive from broad street cheap everything you could want!
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    (Original post by gem89)
    I hear Aston has a higher employment rate than Oxford.....

    They have a huge business school
    Business & Management
    International BM
    Economics and management
    international economics and management
    just to name a few all with a compulsory placement year I am about to graduate and have loved my time here
    night life is amazing 10 minute drive from broad street cheap everything you could want!

    If you factored into the employment rate the desired occupations of most Oxford E&M grads- investment banking, asset management, sales&trading or management consulting, then it'd probably tip Oxford's way.


    That being said, Aston is great
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    very true, but there are many other areas. I specialise in IT and have got two massive IT companies on my CV couldn't have asked for anything better
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    (Original post by gem89)
    I hear Aston has a higher employment rate than Oxford.....

    They have a huge business school
    Business & Management
    International BM
    Economics and management
    international economics and management
    just to name a few all with a compulsory placement year I am about to graduate and have loved my time here
    night life is amazing 10 minute drive from broad street cheap everything you could want!
    Nice joke, this coming from an Aston student.

    LOL.

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