Business management courseWatch
What uni shall I pick for business management new bucks, East London or bedfordshire?
Advice on studying business at university
Whilst I do not go to any of these universities I would recommend that there are a few things to consider before making your choice!
1) The course and its content- make sure you choose a course which interests you
2) The opportunities- partner organisations, work placements international years (not all universities offer these!)
3) Location- is it campus or city based? what is the cost of student living? do students have to commute far to get to lectures?
4) Ranking- do students from this university achieve graduate level employment after leaving further study
Hope this helps you in your decision,
Millie- Student Representative
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The UEL team
Although it has been 11 months now since you posted this, I would like to quickly share my experience and how I feel about studying at the University of Bedfordshire for 2 years now
Although it hadn't been my first choice and had wasted a year at Hertfordshire, I was glad I quit there and went to Beds. The facilities and resources they offer hear are really great and wide in range. Since the uni had been built in 2006, it hasn't got much of a history but it's pretty modern and we are the ones trying to create history for it, a positive one.
The library that had been built 2 years ago, has 6 floors. Each floor specialised in a couple of fields and there are different types of study spaces .. which means there's at least one that will suit your preference.
the University of Bedfordshire like to reward their students which is why they offer a decent amount of bursaries including the one i get called High Achievers Bursary because I have got over 240 UCAS points.
But yeah, not going to make this any longer...
I do not know what was your decision but I still hope you're liking where you're going and do not have any regrets
So i just wanted to know if interviews are conducted for this course post application process?
And how is the competitiveness for this course?
And does anyone have any specific tips for the personal statement
Im an international applicant so really any information regarding the course would be helpful !