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    Assuming you're talking about https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Business_School then they don't offer undergraduate degrees - so A levels will not matter. They also don't appear to offer any Masters degrees in Entrepreneurship. https://www.london.edu/education-and...s#.WH9j8VOLTs0

    You need a suitable BA or BSc degree to study a Masters degree - and for an MBA then you'll normally need 5-10 years management.
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    Assuming you're talking about https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Business_School then they don't offer undergraduate degrees - so A levels will not matter. They also don't appear to offer any Masters degrees in Entrepreneurship. https://www.london.edu/education-and...s#.WH9j8VOLTs0

    You need a suitable BA or BSc degree to study a Masters degree - and for an MBA then you'll normally need 5-10 years management.
    Ok. If I want to study entrepreneurship at a uni or college after sixth form as an undergraduate (like LSBF for example), what are the best 3 A levels to take?
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    Ok. If I want to study entrepreneurship at a uni or college after sixth form as an undergraduate (like LSBF for example), what are the best 3 A levels to take?
    There's only not many courses on entrepreneurship in the UK: http://university.which.co.uk/search...t%5D=relevance LSBF doesn't offer a degree in this subject (in fact both of their undergraduate degrees are delivered through online learning only and are accredited by University of Wolverhampton).

    You need to check the webpages of the courses that you are interested in (and if they aren't clear then ask the universities concerned directly) to find out if any subjects are required.
 
 
 
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