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    Any suggestions on what universities are best for studying business related subjects?
    One with good nightlife would be a plus too.
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    (Original post by Abiibarloww)
    Any suggestions on what universities are best for studying business related subjects?
    One with good nightlife would be a plus too.
    Do you have a particular location in mind?

    I'm going to move this over to the Business and Management Subforum
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    Do you have a particular location in mind?

    I'm going to move this over to the Business and Management Subforum
    Thanks, I’m new to this!
    I’m not sure, somewhere in England I’m thinking, it’s too expensive to get home each time if I go too far 😂
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    (Original post by Abiibarloww)
    Thanks, I’m new to this!
    I’m not sure, somewhere in England I’m thinking, it’s too expensive to get home each time if I go too far 😂
    Haha, well I live in England but I go to university in Scotland, so I know why you'd want to stay somewhat local (Gets expensive jetting/catching the train back and forth).

    I don't study Business myself, so I'm gonna ask you a few questions just to see if anyone else can help you when they pass this thread

    1) Have you visited any universities yet?
    2) How fussy are you about the way the course is examined? i.e. Do you want mostly exam, mostly coursework, or a bit of both?
    3) What are your A-Level/GCSE grades? (This one is important so people can give you realistic suggestions)
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    (Original post by Blue_Cow)
    Haha, well I live in England but I go to university in Scotland, so I know why you'd want to stay somewhat local (Gets expensive jetting/catching the train back and forth).

    I don't study Business myself, so I'm gonna ask you a few questions just to see if anyone else can help you when they pass this thread

    1) Have you visited any universities yet?
    2) How fussy are you about the way the course is examined? i.e. Do you want mostly exam, mostly coursework, or a bit of both?
    3) What are your A-Level/GCSE grades? (This one is important so people can give you realistic suggestions)
    (Original post by Blue_Cow)
    Haha, well I live in England but I go to university in Scotland, so I know why you'd want to stay somewhat local (Gets expensive jetting/catching the train back and forth).

    I don't study Business myself, so I'm gonna ask you a few questions just to see if anyone else can help you when they pass this thread

    1) Have you visited any universities yet?
    2) How fussy are you about the way the course is examined? i.e. Do you want mostly exam, mostly coursework, or a bit of both?
    3) What are your A-Level/GCSE grades? (This one is important so people can give you realistic suggestions)
    1) I’ve seen Plymouth Uni, but my siblings go there so something new would be nice.
    2) I’m not fussed about the way it’s examined, I’m quite easy going with that.
    3) I’ve got 5 GCSEs (Business, Maths, English Lit&Lang and French). I’m currently studying my A levels, I’m still in my first year so all grades are predicted. I’m taking AS core maths ( C ), A Level Business ( B ), French ( C ) and English Literature and language ( B).
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    (Original post by Abiibarloww)
    1) I’ve seen Plymouth Uni, but my siblings go there so something new would be nice.
    2) I’m not fussed about the way it’s examined, I’m quite easy going with that.
    3) I’ve got 5 GCSEs (Business, Maths, English Lit&Lang and French). I’m currently studying my A levels, I’m still in my first year so all grades are predicted. I’m taking AS core maths ( C ), A Level Business ( B ), French ( C ) and English Literature and language ( B).
    In case you don't get anymore specific replies,=business#"] here is a tool from Which? and you can input your predicted A-Level grades and filter out some universities

    Just click 'refine your search' on the top-right hand side
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    In case you don't get anymore specific replies, here is a tool from Which? and you can input your predicted A-Level grades and filter out some universities
    Great, thank you!!
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