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Leeds University Business School

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Leeds University Business School
BA Management course in Leeds
4.5 excellent 3 opinions
Leeds University Business School
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Leeds
  • Sep-2018
  • 3 Days

...an independently researched project that you submit in your final year, allowing you to apply your research and analysis skills to a management topic of your choice... Learn about: Supply and Chain Management, Organisational Behaviour, Resource Management... More


£18,500
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Leeds University Business School
BSc Accounting and Finance course in Leeds
4.5 2 opinions
Leeds University Business School
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Leeds
  • Sep-2018
  • 3 Years

...once you send your information through the form These are typical modules/components studied and may change from time to time. Year 1 Compulsory modules... Learn about: Accounting and Finance, Financial Training, GCSE Mathematics... More

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Leeds University Business School
BSc Banking and Finance course in Leeds
4.5 1 opinion
Leeds University Business School
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Leeds
  • Sep-2018
  • 3 Years

...graduates will also be well prepared for a career in accountancy or a more general management role. The center will contact you, once you send your information... Learn about: Banking Finance, Investment Banking, Commercial Banking... More

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£20,000
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Leeds University Business School
BSc Business Economics course in Leeds
4.5 1 opinion
Leeds University Business School
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Leeds
  • Sep-2018
  • 3 Years

...The center will contact you, once you send your information through the form These are typical modules/components studied and may change from time to... Learn about: Behavioural Economics, Business Economics, International Trade... More

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£18,500
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Leeds University Business School
BSc Economics course in Leeds
4.5 2 opinions
Leeds University Business School
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Leeds
  • Sep-2018
  • 3 Years

...go into a wide variety of careers including roles such as Portfolio Manager, Insolvency Case Officer, Management Consultant, Financial Advisor... Learn about: Economic Controversies, GCSE Mathematics... More

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Leeds University Business School
BSc Economics and Management course in Leeds
4.5 2 opinions
Leeds University Business School
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Leeds
  • Sep-2018
  • 3 Years

...wide variety of careers including roles such as Portfolio Manager, Insolvency Case Officer, Management Consultant, Financial Advisor, Commercial Analyst... Learn about: Organisational Behaviour, Business Economics, Labour Economics... More

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PhD and Research Degrees

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Meenakshi Sarkar
09/08/2017
What I would highlight: My research aims to identify factors that affect the employment choices of migrants. I'm looking at the British-Pakistani men in particular because almost 25% of British-Pakistani men in UK choose to drive taxis. There is also the debate about how free are people to choose their life options given the kind of ethnic backgrounds they are from, the gender, the class they belong to. So, it is a overarching question of structure and agency that I'm trying to answer through the case study of Pakistani men. In the first year you have to go through 3 modules. One is the philosophy behind the social science research. The second module that we do is one on research methods which is qualitative and quantitative. The third thing is we do a module called Understanding your Discipline and it's about understanding the different key readings in our discipline and critiquing them
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Course taken: August 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

MSc International Business

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Elliot Warburton
26/03/2017
What I would highlight: The greatest part of my studies has been the once in a lifetime opportunity to network and establish long-lasting friendships with students. Through this, I was able to grow on a personal level and develop finely-tuned intercultural skills.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

MSc International Business

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Catherine Rickmann
25/03/2017
What I would highlight: Working with students and staff from all over the world was the best part of the course. Studying with such an international cohort has been a unique experience and I was able to make friends with people from diverse backgrounds.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

MSc International Business

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Kevin Mochi
24/03/2017
What I would highlight: I liked the high level of engagement between students and teaching staff, which allowed me to further develop my soft-skills alongside building a wide network of connections.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

MSc International Business

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Ilenia Biavati
23/03/2017
What I would highlight: The course really helped me in my job since the high quality service I received from the University made me understand the importance of giving a reliable service to my customers.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

MSc International Business

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Giovanni Baffetti
22/03/2017
What I would highlight: The best part of my studies has certainly been presentations and group work. What is unique about studying at a postgraduate level here at Leeds is that the learning method is never one way.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

MSc Banking and International Finance

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Former
21/03/2017
What I would highlight: I specially remember the preparation of the group presentation - I had the chance to work with people from all over the world, and it was interesting trying to express our own thoughts in a comprehensive way to solve a problem.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

MSc Accounting and Finance

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Muzammil Hussain
20/03/2017
What I would highlight: The course covered fiance, accounting and economics related modules, which explained from basic theories to how things work in the real world.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

MSc Accounting and Finance

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Qiongzhi Hu
19/03/2017
What I would highlight: Well designed course. It provided me with the knowledge for the areas I wish to build my career in. The programme was very supportive and encouraging, especially my supervisor.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

MSc Accounting and Finance

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Sara Douglas
18/03/2017
What I would highlight: I enjoyed my time at Leeds University Business School and wouldn't change it for the world. It showed me many opportunities that I didn't know existed before.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

MSc Actuarial Finance

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Irungu Gachau
17/03/2017
What I would highlight: I liked the seminar sessions, which were a breath of fresh air. It was the first time I had experienced that kind of teaching and it made putting everything much easier into perspective.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

BA Management with Marketing

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James Quirk
16/03/2017
What I would highlight: This degree gave me the necessary skills to secure a place on the graduate scheme at Nestlé, as an Assistant Brand Manager.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

BA Management with Marketing

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Jasmine Moodie
15/03/2017
What I would highlight: The course offers me the ability to specialise in Marketing modules as well as gaining a broader understanding of Management.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

BA Management with Marketing

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Vijay Kannan
14/03/2017
What I would highlight: The global exposure and network here that give you fascinating insights into different cultures and regions, which are crucial in business world.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

BA Management with Marketing

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Katy Jacks
13/03/2017
What I would highlight: The best part of my studies is the variety of modules available. I have been able to choose modules to completely customise my degree and study the subject I am interested in.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

BA Management

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Joshua Hull
12/03/2017
What I would highlight: I like that I have learnt a variety of academic skills, and my writing and the way in which I address employers and professionals was vastly improved.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

BA Management

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Emily Cummins
11/03/2017
What I would highlight: It has given me a fundamental insight into all the things I needed to learn about stepping into the world of business. I learnt all the things about setting up a business and apply that to my inventions.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

BA Management

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Claire Crommie
10/03/2017
What I would highlight: It was good to reflect on the wonderful 4 years we had had together, think about how far we had come, and the possibilities that we might face in the future.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

BSc International Business and Marketing

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Natalia Heras Otero
09/03/2017
What I would highlight: I like to work in group projects because I always like collaborating with others. Nevertheless, I also think that the University of Leeds offers a wide range of activities and events such as fashion shows and balls. On the other hand, I have been able to make friends from a lot of countries.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

BSc Accounting and Finance

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Caren Jacks
08/03/2017
What I would highlight: I enjoyed the PASS sessions in the first semester because I was mentored by 2nd year students which is excellent because they can easily relate to you.
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Course taken: March 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

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  • Leeds
    Maurice Keyworth Building, The University Of Leeds

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Marion Debruyne
Marion Debruyne
Dean

Prof Debruyne’s experience at Vlerick includes the position of Professor of Marketing Strategy & Innovation since 2005 and Partner of the School since 2008. She has also served as Director of Vlerick’s Master’s degree programmes, and she was elected to Vlerick’s Board of Directors in 2014. Before Vlerick, she was on the faculty of the Goizueta Business School, Emory University. She also held positions as visiting scholar at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University.

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Combining an exceptional teaching pedigree with an innovative approach to course design, we deliver programmes that are both widely respected and relevant to the contemporary business environment.Ranked 11th in the UK and 57th in the world (Financial Times, 2009), our business school is internationally renowned for the quality of its teaching, its research and its facilities. We believe that high quality research and an excellent teaching staff are the foundations of a successful business school. We are ranked in the UK top ten for research according to the RAE (2009), and we have developed several research centres and groups that cut across traditional boundaries.Our research informs the content of all the courses that we deliver, ensuring our students at all levels are exposed to the latest ideas, concepts and theories.Our academics are highly qualified having acted as consultants and advisers to over 80 organisations throughout the UK and the world bringing practical experience to their teaching.