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    Hie guys ,

    im new to this , but i had a very important question if any of you would help please, either current or postgrds , no problem with me.

    I am looking for a good business school where i can Study business management or business enterprise.. I dont mind the fees, or even one that offers study abroad option.

    So which one would you recommend?


    Currently styding Acess Course,


    Thank you in advance for your response.
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    OP - do you mean good universities for business?
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    Depends what kind of grades you have...

    There is such a huge range, if you're just looking for the best and you are a straight A student then the following are good choices:

    - Warwick
    - LSE
    - Bath
    - Oxford
    - Lancaster
    - St Andrews
    - Kings
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    (Original post by Magic Dust)
    OP - do you mean good universities for business?
    yes thats what i mean
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    (Original post by dredvybz)
    Hie guys ,

    im new to this , but i had a very important question if any of you would help please, either current or postgrds , no problem with me.

    I am looking for a good business school where i can Study business management or business enterprise.. I dont mind the fees, or even one that offers study abroad option.

    So which one would you recommend?


    Currently styding Acess Course,


    Thank you in advance for your response.

    Hi dredvybz,
    It sounds like our BA (Hons) International Business might be a good fit. It includes foreign language study, study abroad and students are required to complete 36 weeks of internships. You can read more on our website - to see what kind of things our students get up to take a look at our Facebook page
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    (Original post by Regent’s College London)
    Hi dredvybz,
    It sounds like our BA (Hons) International Business might be a good fit. It includes foreign language study, study abroad and students are required to complete 36 weeks of internships. You can read more on our website - to see what kind of things our students get up to take a look at our Facebook page

    Hi Thank you for getting back to me , Is the International Business Study the only one you offer? Im not interested in studying another language ...:rolleyes:
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    (Original post by dredvybz)
    Hi Thank you for getting back to me , Is the International Business Study the only one you offer? Im not interested in studying another language ...:rolleyes:
    No problem, happy to help.
    We have a BA (Hons) Global Management where the study abroad, languages etc are all optional - http://www.rbslondon.ac.uk/courses/u...anagement.aspx
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    Aston Uni = Amazing!
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    (Original post by Regent’s College London)
    No problem, happy to help.
    We have a BA (Hons) Global Management where the study abroad, languages etc are all optional - http://www.rbslondon.ac.uk/courses/u...anagement.aspx
    What are the requirements for your university? If someone applies, how long do you normally take to answer if you don't mind me asking?
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    Srathclyde!!
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    (Original post by Bud Fox)
    What are the requirements for your university? If someone applies, how long do you normally take to answer if you don't mind me asking?
    Hi Bud Fox, no problem ask away - the requirements for next September are 3 Cs at A level.
    If you apply to us directly in most cases we can given you an answer in two weeks so long as your documents are in order.
    You can view a list of these here
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    Hull Uni is good, you can do your course over 4 years and take your 3rd year as an international year they have placements all over the world earning and learning, you can also do the year as professional experience where you do it in the UK, again the placements they offer are amazing.

    I'm doing my professional year in the UK coz of kiddies but the average earnings that year in the UK are £15-£18k with Companies like Mars, BP & Walt Disney. Alot of people also get job offers from that year with the compnay once they graduate aswell.

    They also offer Summer Schools internationally that run from 2-6 weeks you can go on at the end of your 1st year and the end of your 2nd. There is ones running in South Korea, Germany, Belguim, France etc...

    Take alook at the website: http://www2.hull.ac.uk/hubs/default.aspx


    I am doing Access this year to get into Hull with Access you need 30 Credits at Merit - Im doing 65 credits this year so should be fine! or A*AA Alevels

    My Plan is to do a Business & Marketing BA with a years Professional Experience and do a 3 week summer school in Germany at the end of my 1st year, so I have a little international and a years professional experience with my Degree.

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    (Original post by MrCalumJC)
    Srathclyde!!
    I'd say Strathclyde comes right after those top business schools mentioned in an earlier post. I did my master in international marketing there and the course was demanding, had practical aspects and an industrial project, and lecturers were generally very knowledgeable.

    However, I didn't feel that Strathclyde had that many industrial connections, quite a few local and small/medium sized businesses but none of the bigger ones, except the Royal Bank of Scotland and Accenture.

    Also, let me throw in Cardiff University's business school is somehow underrated but it has one of the best business schools in the country when it comes to research quality.
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    (Original post by dredvybz)
    Hie guys ,

    im new to this , but i had a very important question if any of you would help please, either current or postgrds , no problem with me.

    I am looking for a good business school where i can Study business management or business enterprise.. I dont mind the fees, or even one that offers study abroad option.

    So which one would you recommend?


    Currently styding Acess Course,


    Thank you in advance for your response.
    I'll give you the top 3 or the best 3 in the UK: Oxford, Warwick and LSE.
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    I would say, as a Business School the below are the best in the UK.

    -Oxford
    -Warwick (WBS)
    -LSE
    -Bath
    -Nottingham (NUBS)
    -City (Cass)

    At the end of the day however rankings are not the full story and it's more about the feel of the place. Hope that helps.
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    (Original post by jdaco6)
    I would say, as a Business School the below are the best in the UK.

    -Oxford
    -Warwick (WBS)
    -LSE
    -Bath
    -Nottingham (NUBS)
    -City (Cass)

    At the end of the day however rankings are not the full story and it's more about the feel of the place. Hope that helps.
    I'd take Bath and Cass off and put in KCL, but otherwise, sounds good.
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    (Original post by Bud Fox)
    I'd take Bath and Cass off and put in KCL, but otherwise, sounds good.
    Do you mean Oxford brookes?
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    (Original post by dredvybz)
    Do you mean Oxford brookes?
    No, Oxford Brookes is ****.
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    I see guy , thats for the input ,
 
 
 
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