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Hello guys! I am thinking to apply at WBS this September for Marketing, however, I am not really sure how regarded is among the employers. I know it has great reputation but I thought maybe I could ask here to see your opinions.
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Hello guys! I am thinking to apply at WBS this September for Marketing, however, I am not really sure how regarded is among the employers. I know it has great reputation but I thought maybe I could ask here to see your opinions.
Heyyyy so basically I’m going to yr 12 and I’ve been searching bing uni’s and courses coz idk I’m bored and I was really interested in Business with Marketing!
There is one that combines business and psychology which I might do and that’s consumer psychology which is like customer needs all dat so like marketing
Also it’ll combine two of my a level subjects
Lol just telling u coz I got excited 😄
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Heyyyy so basically I’m going to yr 12 and I’ve been searching bing uni’s and courses coz idk I’m bored and I was really interested in Business with Marketing!
There is one that combines business and psychology which I might do and that’s consumer psychology which is like customer needs all dat so like marketing
Also it’ll combine two of my a level subjects
Lol just telling u coz I got excited 😄
Hello there! I think I know for which course you are talking about! It is quite good! I was thinking of that as well but the University suggested to apply for their Marketing and Strategy as I have many modules related to marketing and strategy during my undergraduate course, wheres the business with marketing is more for students who have less experienced with the field. however, i am afraid that is quite more competitive to get into the marketing & strategy one. I really like both marketing courses they provide and I had the chance to visit the campus and quite like it, but my concerns is about employability after WBS (since it is the one that I liked the most vs Imperial or LSE). In any case, I am wishing you best of luck!
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Hello there! I think I know for which course you are talking about! It is quite good! I was thinking of that as well but the University suggested to apply for their Marketing and Strategy as I have many modules related to marketing and strategy during my undergraduate course, wheres the business with marketing is more for students who have less experienced with the field. however, i am afraid that is quite more competitive to get into the marketing & strategy one. I really like both marketing courses they provide and I had the chance to visit the campus and quite like it, but my concerns is about employability after WBS (since it is the one that I liked the most vs Imperial or LSE). In any case, I am wishing you best of luck!
Rlly the business with managment course? Should I take it then coz I’ve done business GCSE and I’m gonna do Business A Level....
so I’ll be quite experienced and also with work experience and internships in that field....
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Rlly the business with managment course? Should I take it then coz I’ve done business GCSE and I’m gonna do Business A Level....
so I’ll be quite experienced and also with work experience and internships in that field....
Let me share what they told me:
The MSc Marketing and strategy is a specialist course where you would need to have a significant amount of marketing at undergraduate level to be eligible for entry. This course is now closed for applications for this year. (I sent the email around May)

We are still accepting applications for MSc Business with Marketing - the minimum entry requirement is a 2:1, and the Selection committee will consider your academic record (your individual module marks and grade average), along with all your supporting documents. This course is not suitable if you have studied a significant amount of marketing/strategy at undergraduate level.

Our MSc Business with Marketing is designed for graduates wanting to develop comprehensive business skills and to specialise in marketing. It is a focused MSc qualification and is equally suitable for both non-business graduates wanting to enter the corporate environment, and general business graduates who want to extend their skills and specialise in a specific area. The core modules provide fundamental management and business expertise and a key knowledge of marketing.
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Let me share what they told me:
The MSc Marketing and strategy is a specialist course where you would need to have a significant amount of marketing at undergraduate level to be eligible for entry. This course is now closed for applications for this year. (I sent the email around May)

We are still accepting applications for MSc Business with Marketing - the minimum entry requirement is a 2:1, and the Selection committee will consider your academic record (your individual module marks and grade average), along with all your supporting documents. This course is not suitable if you have studied a significant amount of marketing/strategy at undergraduate level.

Our MSc Business with Marketing is designed for graduates wanting to develop comprehensive business skills and to specialise in marketing. It is a focused MSc qualification and is equally suitable for both non-business graduates wanting to enter the corporate environment, and general business graduates who want to extend their skills and specialise in a specific area. The core modules provide fundamental management and business expertise and a key knowledge of marketing.
Ohhhh thanks
But wat is the difference to u?
Like would u have preferred B with M or what they offered u
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Ohhhh thanks
But wat is the difference to u?
Like would u have preferred B with M or what they offered u
Well ti depends on what you prefer really. Because I studied Management, the modules that B with M offers are similar to what I did in the undergraduate so there would be no point to repeat them, wheres the strategic marketing one is more about branding and digital marketing which are more of my interest
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Well ti depends on what you prefer really. Because I studied Management, the modules that B with M offers are similar to what I did in the undergraduate so there would be no point to repeat them, wheres the strategic marketing one is more about branding and digital marketing which are more of my interest
Ohh kl
Well thank for replying!
All the best for the future!
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