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What should I pick as my firm choice and my backup choice?

I want to do Business Economics in the following unis:
Brunel University
Kingston University
University of West London
University of Greenwich
Brunel, University of London
What should I pick as my firm choice and my backup choice?
Hi @bigmar

It's really important to weigh up all your options when deciding on a university!

As I'm sure you've seen the Economics and Business Finance BSc at Brunel University London is either three years full-time or four years full-time with a one-year professional placement between years two and three that will give you the chance to apply the theoretical principles you’ve learned to a working environment. The degree is accredited the ACCA and CIMA, which means you’ll gain exemptions from certain professional qualifying exams.

In terms of Brunel itself, the university is obviously only a short train ride away from central London and has a great community feel! There's loads of food places, sports clubs etc. right at your finger tips!

Hope that helps,

If you have any other questions let me know!

All the best

Sophie
Brunel Student rep
Original post by bigmar
I want to do Business Economics in the following unis:
Brunel University
Kingston University
University of West London
University of Greenwich
Brunel, University of London
What should I pick as my firm choice and my backup choice?
Hi @bigmar

It's great to hear you are thinking Kingston! When I was deciding on which university to choose going to the open days really helped me as I could see if I could see my self living and studying at the uni. If you do have the chance the next open day at Kingston is 12th June.

Studying Business Economics at Kingston you will be based mainly on the main campus Penrhyn Road, this is a great campus as it has so many facilities based there such as the Students Union, The Career Centre, the university gym, the health centre and so much more. Also Town House is on Penrhyn campus which has two cafes, the library and holds lots of events. It is one of my favourite library's to study in, as it has a great atmosphere and amazing views of Kingston. It is a convenient place to be located with lots of facilities and just a 10 minute walk from Kingston centre.

The courses at Kingston I have found really prepare you for industry with placement opportunities and the future skills programme which is embedded into every course. The programme teaches you and helps you develop the skills that employers value.

I hope this helps, feel free to ask any questions 🙂 And good luck in making your decision!
-Grace (Kingston Rep)

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