Are there any courses that are related business at LSE?

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I'm an IB students so I don't know anything about A-levels...
I personally am planning to study business or marketing or management or whatever relates to business degree. Then I found the management degree at LSE. But I'm so confused by how the courses are different among business or marketing or management? Probably they are different but I actually don't know the difference of these courses.
Also, does anyone know how hard to get into lse management?
If my predicted grade was Japanese A HL7, Economics HL6, Maths AI HL6, English B SL6, Business SL7, Chemistry SL (6 or 5) with 2 or 3 from EE and TOK. (41 max to 38 minimum) I don't have the confidence though.
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(Original post by ibismylife)
I'm an IB students so I don't know anything about A-levels...
I personally am planning to study business or marketing or management or whatever relates to business degree. Then I found the management degree at LSE. But I'm so confused by how the courses are different among business or marketing or management? Probably they are different but I actually don't know the difference of these courses.
Also, does anyone know how hard to get into lse management?
If my predicted grade was Japanese A HL7, Economics HL6, Maths AI HL6, English B SL6, Business SL7, Chemistry SL (6 or 5) with 2 or 3 from EE and TOK. (41 max to 38 minimum) I don't have the confidence though.
You should take a look at the course structure for management and look at the required modules as well as optional modules: https://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/U...BSc-Management

There won't be much marketing unless you choose a specific module in it. The LSE management course has a mix of economics/maths/management/accounting/finance etc. with quite a few optional modules.

It's probably the closest to a 'business' degree at LSE.


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Best thing is to read the course / module descriptions - many unis have these to some extent on their course pages
Essentially better unis will typically have modules that are more scientific in their methodologies etc

Many will also have alternative grade requirements as well
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