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    Been accepted to do Business at Birmingham University.

    Is it worth it going to Birmingham to do Business Management?
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    If you like the course and the university then yes it is worth going. It definitely is not worth going just to say you went to a Russell group university.
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    (Original post by Snufkin)
    If you like the course and the university then yes it is worth going. It definitely is not worth going just to say you went to a Russell group university.
    Is the job prospects high for a business student?
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    Is the job prospects high for a business student?
    I don't know. Look here: http://university.which.co.uk/univer...ears-9000-n200 Also look on LinkedIn to see what recent graduates are doing.
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    Is the job prospects high for a business student?
    It depends on the person. If you have a lot of good extra curricular activities and skills like communication, teamwork, leadership then you'll be likely to get a good job with a business degree. If you don't have any marketable skills or activities or skills then you can't get a good graduate job. But overall, a business degree is very good, especially if you go to a Russell group university.
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    It depends on the person. If you have a lot of good extra curricular activities and skills like communication, teamwork, leadership then you'll be likely to get a good job with a business degree. If you don't have any marketable skills or activities or skills then you can't get a good graduate job. But overall, a business degree is very good, especially if you go to a Russell group university.
    Thanks for both of you its actually for a year 3 entry. I have finished the HND Business with a merit profile. Secured a finance internship with a PPI company where I live worked in the finance department. Been part of the sports club at MMU, charity society, set a view photo exhibition events outside of uni, will all this count, volunteered in Oxfam for 6 months back at college. Done quite a lot of stuff on my CV will look it up tmrow.
 
 
 
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