Best business schools in the UK – Part 2

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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. Read part 1 of our preview here, and learn more about the rest below.

If you are you an international student interested in becoming a leader in business, or in the planning, running and operations of an organisation, then do not miss out.

University of Westminster

Westminster is a diverse business school that attracts students and academics from over 150 countries. The Business School specialise in accounting, finance and economics, business and management, human resource management – HRM, marketing, and education.

Westminster fact: The new generation MBA delivers a uniquely board-focused experience and is accredited Association of MBAs. It is designed exclusively for aspiring board directors and anyone looking to work with, for and on the boards of a range of organisations.

Henley Business School

Henley was the first business school to be established in the UK and is one of the oldest and most respected schools in Europe. It is of the University of Reading, operating within an academic institution that is placed within the top 1% of all global universities.

Henley fact: Henley Business School is consistently ranked among the world’s top 50 business schools by the Financial Times and The Economist.

Hult Business School

Hult is recognized and ranked among the best business schools in the world, and last year graduates secured employment at 800 companies in over 60 countries.

Hult fact: Bloomberg Business ranked Hult’s full-time MBA program in their list of the Best International Business Schools 2016, while the Economist ranked them 17th in the world for educational experience.

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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