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Hi, im a international student who wants to study Bachelors programme in England. Which universities could be better for business and management? And which majors should i spesify?
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Hi, im a international student who wants to study Bachelors programme in England. Which universities could be better for business and management? And which majors should i spesify?
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Hi, im a international student who wants to study Bachelors programme in England. Which universities could be better for business and management? And which majors should i spesify?
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Hi yagiz,

I hope you are well. It is great to hear you are considering studying in England. I am a current student at Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) which is based in the North West of England.

I originally began my university search looking at Business Management courses but decided that Marketing Management would be the best direction for me. I have really enjoyed studying at LUMS, so much so that my brother decided to attend Lancaster University too but to study Business Management. If you are interested in Lancaster University then the following linked pages might help so you can understand more about the university.

- Business courses at Lancaster
- All Lancaster University Management School courses
- Virtual campus tour

After visiting around 10 universities in the UK, I decided that Lancaster was the perfect place for me due to several factors including the reputation, the campus, course, teaching standard, graduate prospects and student life. For example, Lancaster continues to be ranked top ten in all three major higher education league tables – the Complete University Guide, Guardian and The Times and Sunday Times. The university also ranks 2nd in the UK for graduate employability (Guardian University League Tables 2020).If you would like me to elaborate on any of these factors or you have any questions then please reply and I will be happy to help make you feel as informed as possible .

Rebecca (Final Year BSc Hons Marketing Management Student at Lancaster University)
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Hi, im a international student who wants to study Bachelors programme in England. Which universities could be better for business and management? And which majors should i spesify?
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Hey yagiz,

Where are you from? I study BA Business and Financial Management at Sheffield Hallam University in the North of England and I'm in my final year. Sheffield is a really great city, it's the 5th largest in the UK with 2 universities and 60,000 students so it's very much focused on student life. Although it's north it's actually very central and only an hour away from other major cities such as Manchester (closest airport) and Leeds, and it would take you around 2.30hrs to get to London by train. There is plenty to do in the city and it is right next to the Peak District National Park which is beautiful for walks and outdoor activities. You can find out more about the city in this guide.

There are many other courses in the Business, Management and Enterprise area at our university so make sure you explore them all using the link. There is one specifically focused on Business and Management with a broad range of modules so you can specialise in your second or third if you want to, each course page will give you a break down of these and the international entry requirements/grades you need. There are even business management courses that incorporate law or psychology. Most universities in the UK don't have minors so you would just study one course with the options to pick modules/topics you're interested in after your first year.

Sheffield Business School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), putting Hallam in the top 5% of business schools globally, so you know you will receive high-standard teaching and opportunities for work experience and live projects, in my final year module we had to work on a consultancy project with a real business.

You can now book onto Sheffield Hallam's undergraduate virtual open day on 9th June where there will be opportunities to watch course talks in the Business, Management and Enterprise subject area, chat live to academics, current students and support staff. The event is 3:30-6:30pm BST. If you've taken a look at the courses above and are interested in any it's definitely worth attending as you'll get so much extra information about the courses and can ask questions directly to the lecturers who will be teaching you. As an international student you can also chat live to our international applications team who can talk to you about how to apply, any pre-arrival information including visas and also fees and funding for your degree.

If you want to know what the international community is like at Hallam then you can see what our International Experience Team offers international students to help them settle in.

Let me know if you have any questions about anything to do with Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield Business School or the city itself.
Harry - Official Sheffield Hallam student ambassador
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Don't consider Sheffield Hallam or Lancaster. ****ing touts.

Look at places like Manchester, Nottingham, Durham. LSE would be a dream option
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Hi Rebecca, thank you for your opinions it's helping me a lot. Could you tell why you changed your mind about Business & Management and choosed Marketing Management?
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Hi Rebecca, thank you for your opinions it's helping me a lot. Could you tell why you changed your mind about Business & Management and choosed Marketing Management?
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Hi yagiz,

Yes of course I can . I listened to lots of talks at university open days and I just seemed really interested when lecturers would talk about marketing so hence why I decided to specify further, but at Lancaster the course is quite flexible so I have actually been able to study modules like project management and management & leadership so have still been able to undertake some modules that Business students might choose to study.

I had always been interested in Graphics & Business from studying my GCSE's and for me marketing seemed to combine these elements quite nicely .

Please let me know if you have any additional questions, very happy to help answer them!

Rebecca (Final Year BSc Hons Marketing Management Student)
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