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    Hi all,

    I'm currently studying International Business Administration in the Netherlands and next year I'll be going on exchange (hopefully to the UK), so I thought I'd come here to ask you guys for advice.

    I basically have the choice between Aston, Manchester, Cass, and Strathclyde.
    Which do you think would be the best for an undergrad exchange in business?

    I'd be grateful for any tips...even if its just to say "don't go there!" ^^

    Cheers,
    S.
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    manchester out of those
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    I'd say Manchester or Cass are better for teaching. Manchester is a nice city and a good uni for socialising etc. but Cass is in the centre of London, which is unrivalled for an exchange year experience.

    I'm at Cass but I wouldn't say I was biased towards the Uni, but I'm probably a bit biased towards London, it's awesome. Feel free to PM me with specific questions if you have any.
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    aston without a doubt!
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    (Original post by rscully)
    I'd say Manchester or Cass are better for teaching. Manchester is a nice city and a good uni for socialising etc. but Cass is in the centre of London, which is unrivalled for an exchange year experience.

    I'm at Cass but I wouldn't say I was biased towards the Uni, but I'm probably a bit biased towards London, it's awesome. Feel free to PM me with specific questions if you have any.
    what does cass stand for ive never heard of it.
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    what does cass stand for ive never heard of it.
    Sir John Cass Business School. It's part of City Uni (which isn't particularly good compared).
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    Cass or Aston.

    Manchester/Strathclyde aren't considered in the same brackets
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    Ok, I'm ruling Cass out....

    So that's:

    3 votes to Aston and
    2 votes to Manchester

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    lol between them two without a doubt aston it is in birmingham town centre!, i heard manchester leeds are going to be two of the hardest hit cities within the UK by the crunch. Welcome to birmingham!
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    Cass for London and Manchester for reputation
 
 
 
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