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    Hello

    I am currently researching universities and I'm in a little bit unsure on the choices...

    I would love to study International Business with Chinese,
    however, the universities offering that course have mixed reviews and low rankings. At the moment my shortlist is the following
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    What I want is a busy city life so it's going to be a place like London, but would you recommended me any other universities or tell which one is the best from the above

    Thanks
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    What?? King's is really good! Birmingham's not bad either.

    I'm sure there must be other uni's though Ones with flexible joint honours.
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    (Original post by BlueJoker)
    What?? King's is really good! Birmingham's not bad either.

    I'm sure there must be other uni's though Ones with flexible joint honours.
    Those 2 are fine, but ones like Westminster (which really appeals to me for a strange reason) is near the bottom of league table
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    Regents.
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    have a look at the course details, modules and requirements and see what you think best suits you.
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    Just a pointer: If you've got your heart set on Business with chinese

    a) There's no such language as "Chinese" - If you want to work in Hong Kong you'll need Cantonese, if you want to work in Beijing you'll need Mandarin!

    b) Pretty much 99% of universities have a language centre - meaning you can take 25% of your degree in Chinese. If you specifically look for "Business with Chinese" you'll be restricted to only a few universities. But if you use a uni's language centre, you have a much better choice.
    I.e: Warwick has a prestigious business school - You could do a degree in Business there and take 25% of your modules in Chinese.
 
 
 
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