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    My main question is: how do these 4 schools of management compare in reputation?

    I also would like to know how important the reputation of the university is in comparison to the reputation of the business school, when it comes to career prospects.

    I have the following offers:

    Bath: International Management
    Warwick: International Business
    Durham: Combined honours (socsci - business, geography and economics)

    Where would you go, and why?
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    warwick is the most reputable for business. I think it's an easy choice. i would choose warwick
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    (Original post by George255)
    warwick is the most reputable for business. I think it's an easy choice. i would choose warwick
    Really? Most rankings put Bath ahead of Warwick...
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    look at financial times rankings. for business warwick is better.
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    (Original post by George255)
    look at financial times rankings. for business warwick is better.
    Financial times ranks postgraduate, I would be an undergraduate student.
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    you didnt clarify that. all schools are excellent but i think that warwick is better. check the content of each course and see which you prefer. also see if there is an industry placement or not.
 
 
 
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