Best undergrad Business/Management course? (Manchester, Durham, Bath )

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Hi! I have received offers from Manchester, Durham and Bath for courses in Business/Management. I need help in deciding which to firm and insure based on graduate prospects, rankings, reputation and student life etc.
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Hi! I have received offers from Manchester, Durham and Bath for courses in Business/Management. I need help in deciding which to firm and insure based on graduate prospects, rankings, reputation and student life etc.
Manchester without a doubt.
Everything you mention Manchester wins hands down.
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Hi! I have received offers from Manchester, Durham and Bath for courses in Business/Management. I need help in deciding which to firm and insure based on graduate prospects, rankings, reputation and student life etc.
Hi,

Congratulations on your offers! I'm a final year Business student at the University of Bath and I've loved my time studying here so I'd be happy to help with your question.

I have loved living in Bath and going to Bath uni, and the course itself is really great. You get given a lot of choice with what modules you want to take, so you can specialise in an area you find most interesting. For example, I have taken a lot of Marketing modules as these are the ones I enjoy the most, but you can also do finance or operations modules if these are something you are better at. The flexibility is so helpful at helping you find what your strengths/weaknesses are.

The undergraduate management courses at Bath all rank really highly in university league tables, and the graduate prospects are really good. The BSc Business course I do has 2, 6-month placements (working in industry as part of our degree) which is a really unique structure compared to management courses elsewhere. This has given me some valuable work experience to put on my CV, making me more employable in the future as I have both my degree knowledge and industry knowledge to take into a new job role.

Bath is also such a lovely place to live, as the city is fairly small there is a really nice, friendly feel about Bath and you are always bumping into familiar faces. As the city is quite student populated there are lots of good student deals on in the bars, restaurants in the city. There are some good clubs, and other things to do such as mini golf, the cinema, and lots of amazing famous sites to see.

I hope this helps and please feel free to ask anymore questions you might have about Bath or the School of Management!

Best of luck,
Kayley
Final Year Business student
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