Best business schools in the UK – Part 1

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Are you an international student interested in becoming a leader in business, or in the planning, running and operations of an organisation? Studying a business programme at a UK university is the right path to take in realising your goals.

On Thursday 23 March, seven UK business schools will be visit the SI-UK office to meet students interested in studying business in the UK. Learn more about them in part one of our preview below, or find part 2 here.

Brunel University London

Brunel’s award-winning business school is one of the most internationally diverse in the UK and offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Brunel fact: Brunel Business School was recently awarded AACSB accreditation, making it one of just five per cent of business schools in the world to have attained the highest global standard for business schools.

University of Greenwich

Greenwich Business School consists of five departments covering accounting and finance, international business and economics, human resources and organisational behaviour, marketing, events and tourism and system management and strategy.

Greenwich fact: In the 2017 Guardian University League Tables, the hospitality, event management & tourism programme was voted the best in London by students, while its accounting and finance course was third best.

London South Bank University

The School of Business at London South Bank University covers business, enterprise, accounting, finance, marketing, management and can boast extensive collaborations in Europe, China, USA, India and Thailand.

London South Bank fact: London South Bank was crowned the Entrepreneurial University of the Year at the most recent Times Higher Education Awards. The accolade celebrates the entrepreneurial support offered to students, graduates, staff and the local community.

Regent’ University London

Regent’s business and management programme develops tomorrow’s global leaders – graduates with the drive to generate new ideas and respond to any business challenge. Our cosmopolitan community gives you access to a wealth of contacts for the future.

Regent’s fact: All students pay the same tuition fees at Regent’s University London, regardless of nationality.

Are you interested in meeting the above business schools face to face? Register for free entry to SI-UK’s special Business Open Day today!

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