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    Hi guys,

    I just posted a thread asking about which uni is good for business management in terms of prospect: aston or cass....

    I also want to add another university that i've applied to -- it's Sheffield university. I really like the uni and it's ranked quite highly and it's part of the russell group and stuff, but a major major problem is that it offers a BA for business management.

    Recently, I've stumbled on a various websites claiming that the Bsc is favoured more than the BA....so I am in a dilemma here......

    Out of the 3 unis, sheffield, Aston or cass, which one do you think is better overall for business management?

    Which of the 3 unis are more well known in other countries (especially in Hong Kong, China for instance) ?

    Thanks!
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    I would say:

    Aston
    Cass
    Sheffield

    In regards to the BA and BSc argument, it really depends on what you're focused on doing after. If you're thinking of entering Finance or Banking then a BSc will be a lot more important. If you're looking to enter another field, such as marketing then a BA will suffice.
 
 
 
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