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ottingham Business School


We are proud


to help our students become tomorrow’s business leaders,


combining a stimulating learning environment with real-world


experience to make sure you stand out from the crowd.


Did you know our students have one of the best employment records in the country. 94% of our graduates* from full-time undergraduate courses are employed or engaged in further study six months after leaving.


* of those available for work HESA survey 2009/10


Fantastic facilities Join us in 2012 and you will study on our busy and vibrant City site at our recently regenerated Newton and Arkwright complex. These two Grade II listed buildings have undergone a multi-million pound renovation with upgraded facilities. While keeping their historic beauty, a stunning, ultramodern central court links them. Light and airy,


the central hub makes for an inspiring place to relax with friends and share ideas.


Your Degree… your choice If you’re looking to enhance your business skills, our range of Business Management Joint Honours degrees offer the perfect opportunity to do this and more. The common first year means that you can apply to change between the Joint Honours in Year One and they are all available as full-time or sandwich courses. The course content gives considerable choice, allowing you to specialise in a particular field. You can


study BA (Hons) Business Management and: Accounting &


Finance; Economics; Entrepreneurship; Human Resources or Marketing.


Pioneering courses Nottingham Business School is pleased to offer two types of company sponsored undergraduate degrees. The first involves you working full-time at the company whilst studying for your degree. Related Nottingham Business School courses include BA (Hons) Management and Leadership and BA (Hons) Management and Finance.


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