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|Warwick Business School - University of Warwick||BSc Management||
WBS is academic whilst still remaining completely relevant and applicable in the workplace. The clear focus is to equip students with knowledge that is actually relevant to their career.
|Nottingham Business School||BA (Hons) Business Studies||
"Studying for my BA (Hons) Business Studies degree has given me an initial understanding of organisations and the business environment. I have learnt to work within a team, which helped me to gain vital skills."
|School of Management, University of Bath||BSc Business Admistration||
Rob Fawn graduated this summer with a 2:1.
He is now working for Citigroup as an analyst in the mergers and acquisitions department (a company he worked for during his second work placement).
|Warwick Business School - University of Warwick||MSc Information Systems and Management||
"I've actually gained a lot more from the course than I’d anticipated. I'm beginning to understand IT from a business perspective – that was my goal – but I've also learned how to interact with people from different cultures and working backgrounds.
|Leeds University Business School||MA Accounting & Finance||
"My Masters program helped me develop the required skills to make the transition to a more demanding role within the Transaction Advisory market. I had interviews with several firms when I graduated from Leeds University Business School but a career at KPMG's Private Equity Group offered the greatest challenges and scope for development.
|Napier University Business School||MSc Human Resource Management||
After graduating from Heriot Watt University, David Jack temped for a year and half then he spent two years as a Human Resource Assistant with Scottish Water in Edinburgh. He then decided to study for a Masters in HRM at Napier University Business School.
|Warwick Business School - University of Warwick||Full Time MBA||
"I did my project with Janssen Pharmaceutica NV, part of Johnson & Johnson, exploring Value Creation in the pharma industry. I split my time between Janssen's HQ in Belgium, and J&J's complex in New Jersey, USA.
It was exciting because it combined theoretical framework with a practical hands-on approach. It really brought together most of the elements studied at WBS. The knowledge I gained through the Practice of Management module, on project management and teamwork, was incredibly useful.
|Durham Business School||Distance Learning MBA||
"I took my first degree in engineering at Loughborough University. Later in my career, however, I decided to take an MBA. There were two main reasons for this. Firstly, it is a very competitive jobs market and first degrees are fairly common among my peers, the MBA was a great way to differentiate myself and enhance my career progression. Secondly, I was keen to broaden my skills with a business qualification.
|University of Central England (Worcester College of Technology)||Part Time MBA||
"In the competitive business environment, I realised that as a manager, my existing qualifications and current business knowledge were not enough to strategically push the company forward. I noticed that UCE offered a facility to study the MBA at Worcester College of Technology which was convenient and fitted in with my working day.
The course is designed to expand your business knowledge and strategic thinking teaching you to use this practically in your everyday workplace as an individual and also part of a team.