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    Hi guys.!

    I would like to get some opinions about these three offers that I have:

    -Bocconi University (Bachelor of International Economics, Management and Finance); unconditional
    -University of Manchester (International Management with American Business studies) conditional
    -Oxford Brookes University (Economics, Finance and International Business) conditional

    Which one do you think would be the most internationally recognised and would give me the best opportunities for a job in a foreign country or a master in a top10 University in this field.?
    I'm from Italy, but I lived for 9 years in Germany, so I speak italian and german as mother tongues. Got a 7.5 ielts and B2-level certifications in french and spanish.

    I really love Oxford's students life, Manchester is 17th in the UK and Bocconi is first in Italy, 17th in the world for Finance and 15th for Economics, but it's located in Milan.

    Any advice.?

    Thanks
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    Manchester for sure. I would also cut Oxford Brooke out first due to much and much lower in reputation.


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    (Original post by tylerdurdenfight)
    Hi guys.!

    I would like to get some opinions about these three offers that I have:

    -Bocconi University (Bachelor of International Economics, Management and Finance); unconditional
    -University of Manchester (International Management with American Business studies) conditional
    -Oxford Brookes University (Economics, Finance and International Business) conditional

    Which one do you think would be the most internationally recognised and would give me the best opportunities for a job in a foreign country or a master in a top10 University in this field.?
    I'm from Italy, but I lived for 9 years in Germany, so I speak italian and german as mother tongues. Got a 7.5 ielts and B2-level certifications in french and spanish.

    I really love Oxford's students life, Manchester is 17th in the UK and Bocconi is first in Italy, 17th in the world for Finance and 15th for Economics, but it's located in Milan.

    Any advice.?

    Thanks

    What is wrong with being located in Milan?

    I'd opt for Bocconi or Manchester. Both are great universities with great reputations. It depends if you really want to study in the UK or not.
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    (Original post by .ACS.)
    What is wrong with being located in Milan?

    I'd opt for Bocconi or Manchester. Both are great universities with great reputations. It depends if you really want to study in the UK or not.
    I would really like to study in the uk. Actually, I aim to work in a foreign country after my studies, so I think that studying in the uk would help me a lot in this, but i really don't know whether a bachelor (in english) from the 1st university in italy would be more or less internationally recognised than one from a non-top-five uni in England such as Manchester.
 
 
 
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