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    Hi,

    I have been accepted to BsC Management few weeks ago but I cannot stop thinking about switching to International Management. I am mainly interested in the option of studying/working abroad.

    I know that the courses have the same subjects, does that mean I'll study with the Management students (I know that there are ony a few students who are accepted to IM)?

    Would you say that studying IM is worth the money spent on living abroad, or is it a waste of time and It would be better to stick with Management?

    I have already asked the school about switching and it would be possible. Now they want me to confirm the transfer but I am hesitant to do so.

    Which course do you think I should go with?
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    You can study abroad in Europe on the BSc Management degree (via the Erasmus scheme), so unless you want to go to Canada or Chile, there's not much point switching.
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    Thank you for replying!

    Do you know if I would be guaranteed to study abroad if I chose International Management? I was thinking about going to Canada but if there was a possibility of actually not going anywhere, I might rethink that..
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    (Original post by Pia972)
    Thank you for replying!

    Do you know if I would be guaranteed to study abroad if I chose International Management? I was thinking about going to Canada but if there was a possibility of actually not going anywhere, I might rethink that..
    It says here "In your third year you are guaranteed a study exchange with a partner institute outside of the UK. You will be taught in English. Alternatively you can choose to work or combine both study and work over the 12-month period. We are unable to secure work placements for you but offer support to help you find your own."

    So yes, you are guaranteed a place abroad but not in North America.
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    (Original post by Pia972)
    Hi,

    I have been accepted to BsC Management few weeks ago but I cannot stop thinking about switching to International Management. I am mainly interested in the option of studying/working abroad.

    I know that the courses have the same subjects, does that mean I'll study with the Management students (I know that there are ony a few students who are accepted to IM)?

    Would you say that studying IM is worth the money spent on living abroad, or is it a waste of time and It would be better to stick with Management?

    I have already asked the school about switching and it would be possible. Now they want me to confirm the transfer but I am hesitant to do so.

    Which course do you think I should go with?
    Hey, you're looking to change course, thats great! I would reccomend the IM course as well. I think it'll open up a lot of doors and opportunities for you. Im looking to change courses too, could you give me the email on which you spoke to warwick about this? thanks!
 
 
 
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