Location Exeter, England
Famous Courses MBA, Accounting, Economics
|Famous Courses||MBA, Accounting, Economics|
Exeter Business School is part of the University of Exeter and was established in 1998. Exeter is part of the Russell Group, a prestigious group of research universities, and the business school is ranked in the world's top 100 global business schools.
Students from more than 80 countries study at Exeter on various courses and specialisms in accounting, business, finance, economics and management. Exeter’s MBA has been ranked amongst the best MBA programmes in the world.
Exeter Business School runs a wide range of employability events to give you invaluable and highly relevant career skills, advice and support. By designing courses that will equip you with the skills that today’s employers need, you will significantly increase your chances of getting the job you want. A dedicated and highly experienced Careers and Employability team will work with you from day one to develop your skills for employment.
Exeter Business School was also ranked 28th in the UK and 86th globally by The Economist MBA Rankings in 2022.
Accommodation is guaranteed for all new unaccompanied international students who accept an offer and apply for accommodation by the deadline. There is a wide range of catered and self-catered accommodation, with studio flats and shared houses available.
The University’s three campuses in the South West of England offer a safe, high quality environment for both study and living. Academic, social and sports facilities are conveniently located within easy walking distance of one another and the local city facilities.
94% of international students reported feeling safe and secure at the University, with 95.5 percent agreeing that the location was a ‘good place to be’.
SI-UK's service is fast, reliable and efficient. Their consultants are specialists, working closely with all UK universities and, through my consultants' advice and application assistance, I was able to receive offers from my favoured universities.
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