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    I am in a big delima basically because i don't know the differences in the courses of Business studies and Management, is there anyone to help me figure it out? :confused:
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    im not entirely sure but i believe business studies covers all aspects of the business world whereas management is more aimed at people who wish to become managers in there career and focuses specifically on certain areas such as human resources or logisitics..personally i would go for management
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    If you look closely, there's a difference in teaching. Buusiness Management is more group work and projects, whereas the emphasis for business studies seems to be more on tutorials.

    Read these closely:
    http://www.city.ac.uk/ugrad/business/business.html (studies)
    http://www.city.ac.uk/ugrad/business/systems.html (management)

    Management also requires GCSE grade B in English language, which business studies does not.

    Personally, I chose business studies because the topics that could be studied interested me more.

    Your best bet is to go to an open day. They're really helpful!
 
 
 
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