Is Durham University good for a business degrees?

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In particular BSC Business Management. I know what the league tables say but would like some more inside information. Usually its Warwick and Bath that tend to come up when discussing business degrees, has Durham just gone under the radar a bit?
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It's a good university for business. Probably a semi-target. Not Warwick, but still well regarded
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In particular BSC Business Management. I know what the league tables say but would like some more inside information. Usually its Warwick and Bath that tend to come up when discussing business degrees, has Durham just gone under the radar a bit?
Have you downloaded a prospectus to get a bit more info about the course? You can do that here: https://www.dur.ac.uk/study/prospectus/ug/

The Business School is very well connected as is the Careers, Employability and Enterprise Centre which specialises in supporting students to go on to highly successful careers once they graduate. They can help with practical and professional skill building as well as things like writing a winning CV. You can see more about that here: https://www.dur.ac.uk/careers/

We also host a range of careers fairs and industry-led presentations where you’ll be able to connect on campus with many firms who recruit our graduates, including Ernst & Young, KPMG, Deloitte, PWC, Rolls Royce, Lloyds TSB, Unilever, Procter & Gamble, IBM and Accenture. Their events are also a great opportunity to meet and ask questions of professional bodies such as CIM (Chartered Institute of Marketing) and CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants).

We'd always encourage you to come along to one of our open days (virtual or otherwise!) to find out more and speak to students on the course you're interested in - you can see more details about those here: https://www.dur.ac.uk/study/ug/visit/. The next one is on 19th June.

Hope this is helpful!
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It's a good university for business. Probably a semi-target. Not Warwick, but still well regarded
Would you say its more well regarded for Business than say Loughborough or Birmingham universities?
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Would you say its more well regarded for Business than say Loughborough or Birmingham universities?
Absolutely, in terms of reputation
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Absolutely, in terms of reputation
I know Durham is more highly regarded overall but in terms of business management ? is it still rated higher than the others? also pls can you help rank these unis for business management: Loughborough, Nottingham, Birmingham, York.
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