What university should I go for Business and Management?

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mindificent.bh
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I am an international prospective student wishing to study B&M in the UK. I have recieved offers from UCL, KCL, Edinburgh Uni, Glasgow Uni and Newcastle Uni. Which should I firm?
I look for a well-recognised and accredited university with great teaching facility. I also consider other aspects like which is better for international students? which has a great links with employees...

I will be grateful to hear a response soon! Thanks in advance!
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I am an international prospective student wishing to study B&M in the UK. I have recieved offers from UCL, KCL, Edinburgh Uni, Glasgow Uni and Newcastle Uni. Which should I firm?
I look for a well-recognised and accredited university with great teaching facility. I also consider other aspects like which is better for international students? which has a great links with employees...

I will be grateful to hear a response soon! Thanks in advance!
Assuming you do not have any preferences for location i.e. happy to live in London, then UCL is certainty the top choice. It is a tier above the rest, and is only really beaten by Oxbridge and maybe LSE for B&M reputation/prestige. It terms of the rest of your choices, I would say in the order that you have listed them, which I guess was not coincidental.
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Assuming you do not have any preferences for location i.e. happy to live in London, then UCL is certainty the top choice. It is a tier above the rest, and is only really beaten by Oxbridge and maybe LSE for B&M reputation/prestige. It terms of the rest of your choices, I would say in the order that you have listed them, which I guess was not coincidental.
Yes, i have ordered them based on their rankings of 2022. but i thought i could get more info from you guys.. thanks tho i would also consider the programme modules,, unfortunately i think i am interested with Edinburgh's modules and structure over UCL :'(
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I am an international prospective student wishing to study B&M in the UK. I have recieved offers from UCL, KCL, Edinburgh Uni, Glasgow Uni and Newcastle Uni. Which should I firm?
I look for a well-recognised and accredited university with great teaching facility. I also consider other aspects like which is better for international students? which has a great links with employees...

I will be grateful to hear a response soon! Thanks in advance!
Hello mindificent.bh

Firstly, congratulations on receiving an offer for Business Management! It can be hard to make a firm choice, and as a current international student myself, I thought I'd provide you with some information that I hope you will find helpful.

Newcastle city is home to two universities, and as such has a large student population including many international students, so you'll find many facilities tailored to better accommodate students' requirements. The city is easy enough to navigate, and everyone here is very friendly and helpful.

The Business Management degree is run by the triple accredited Business School (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA). You can read more about these accreditations via the following links:
AACSB: https://www.aacsb.edu/
EQUIS: https://www.efmdglobal.org/accredita...schools/equis/
AMBA: https://www.associationofmbas.com/

With this degree, you also have the opportunity to be professionally accredited by the CIPD, provided you choose the necessary modules. Newcastle also offers year long global work placements between your second and third year, which will extend your degree by one year.

The Business School is located in Newcastle Helix, which has been dubbed 'Newcastle's business district'. You can read more about it here: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/who-we-are/helix/

Finally, I'd also recommend chatting with current student or member of staff via the Unibuddy platform. Here's a link to Newcastle's: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/study/contact/unibuddy/

I hope this helps, and if you have any more questions, I'd be happy to answer them here, or redirect you to someone who can.

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