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For Business Management:
Which one should i prefer?
Exeter/Leeds/Bath/Loughborough/Cass
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What are your priorities?

What do you think are the pros and cons of each course and university/city?
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What are your priorities?

What do you think are the pros and cons of each course and university/city?
No priorities as such, i just want to study at the best place. So if you can rank these in order according to you then it would be pretty easy for me because i have talked to some friends, they have placed Exeter at top and some went with Bath.
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No priorities as such, i just want to study at the best place. So if you can rank these in order according to you then it would be pretty easy for me because i have talked to some friends, they have placed Exeter at top and some went with Bath.
The "best place" is the place where YOU personally will thrive.

Are you used to living in a big city or somewhere quieter? Which course offers the specialisms you like? Is a placement year a priority for you?

Dropping out or scraping a third from the "best" course isn't going to benefit you.
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The "best place" is the place where YOU personally will thrive.

Are you used to living in a big city or somewhere quieter? Which course offers the specialisms you like? Is a placement year a priority for you?

Dropping out or scraping a third from the "best" course isn't going to benefit you.
As i said I’m open for anything. I’m an international student who wants to get a business management degree which can help me in my family business. The better the business school the better the degree i presume? Thats why I’m asking if you can rate them in order of priority.
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As i said I’m open for anything. I’m an international student who wants to get a business management degree which can help me in my family business. The better the business school the better the degree i presume? Thats why I’m asking if you can rate them in order of priority.
And as I said - it doesn't work like that: "The better the business school the better the degree"

If you're interested in a degree that will help with your family business then you should look for courses with specialisation in entrepreneurship or strategy/leadership and management depending on the size of your family business.
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As i said I’m open for anything. I’m an international student who wants to get a business management degree which can help me in my family business. The better the business school the better the degree i presume? Thats why I’m asking if you can rate them in order of priority.
Hi Taman_ahuja,

I agree with PQ in that you should choose the place where you believe you will get the most of your time and which course interests you the most. Check out the virtual open days for each university and see what's on offer, not only with regards to the course, but also extra-curricular activities such as clubs, societies, sports etc. All of these things will shape your learning and experience and develop your transferable skills which will no doubt help when working for the family business. Ranking universities is very subjective, it's better to look at what each institution can offer you as a whole and make a decision based on your preferences..

If you're interested, out virtual open day pages are still live so you can check them out here.

Best wishes
Bindu
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