7 reasons why Bath School of Management sparks student success
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By choosing to study at the University of Bath School of Management, you sign up to accounting and finance courses ranked 1st place in The Guardian University Guide (2019) , and marketing courses that achieved 1st place in The Complete University Guide 2019.

Aside from these incredible business courses, there are many reasons why this university is internationally-recognised for its exceptional academic reputation.

1. Excellent employability record

In 2016, 100 percent of Bath MSc students who were looking for a job got one within six months of graduation*. From the moment you begin your course, you’ll acquire the knowledge and skills that companies are seeking in their next hire.

As an international student, it’s important that you receive a return on your investment of hard work and time. That’s why it’s comforting to know that this school of management prioritises your potential and enhances your chances of finding employment.

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Just as MSc Finance with Risk Management student Kejun Audrey Dong discovered, “The School of Management really cares about students and their career prospects. I’ve definitely benefitted from this and I’m now working for Bank of America Merrill Lynch in London.”

*Employment data based on those looking for work and for whom data is held.

2. Unrivalled international links

Looking to connect to a global network of corporate partners and entrepreneurial initiatives? If so, this Bath-based management school is the place to experience every opportunity.

Input from local and international businesses means your chosen degree syllabus remains up-to-date and relevant. The school is always on the hunt for the latest concepts and experiential learning schemes, so there’s no need to worry about your next career move as the university will help you to prepare.

To keep your motivation and skills running smoothly, you’ll also have the chance to enter engaging and strategic events such as The Big Team Challenge, The Future Business Challenge and the Zurich Community Challenge.

3. Extensive career development

When determining which master’s degree to take or how to further your education, the Bath School of Management ensures your choice is paired with extensive career development opportunities.

Through career training workshops, CV improvement sessions, industry insight events and timetabled activities, you’ll develop commercial awareness and familiarise yourself with the job application process.

Another great perk is that you’ll be linked to a dedicated careers advisor who’ll help you through the graduate recruitment process.

As student Kejun Audrey Dong explains, “Every time I completed an interview or assessment centre, I’d have a feedback session with my Careers and Professional Development Advisor and we’d have a valuable discussion about how they went.”

4. Where innovation meets growth

Did you know that Bath is the only city that’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the UK? Rich with history and embellished with cultural gems, you’ll forever treasure your study experience at this management school.

Rapid growth within the city’s digital, creative, engineering and electronics sectors means the city’s job pool has widened. This is superb news for any dynamic learner, as you’re invited to study and work in one of the UK’s fastest-growing hubs of innovation.

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The Claverton Down campus at the University of Bath is one of the safest in the country and is close to all teaching, leisure and research facilities. As it’s near to key locations, including Bristol Airport and conveniently placed to get to London, it’s one of the best places to be!

5. Diverse and inclusive campus

Built on a foundation of diversity and inclusion, no student feels lost or alone at the University of Bath.

Following on from the advantage of studying in a safe and secure environment, the campus also achieved Top 10 status from the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2018) and was one of the first in the country to win a national police approved security award.

From the first second of your academic adventure at Bath School of Management, you’ll notice that the city itself is known for its safety and has accumulated some of the lowest crime rates in the country. As the C.U.G Crime Map shows, the figures are low.

6. Sports University of the Year

Even in subjects outside of business and management, the Bath-based university shows no signs of slowing down.

Currently, the institution is racing ahead of competition, evolving into a leading centre for sport. Named The Times and The Sunday Times’ Sports University of the Year (2018) for excellence in sports performance, education and research, it’s an avid conductor of extra-curricular events.

This means you’ll have access to the university’s renowned £30 million Sports Training Village (STV), on top of being able to watch major international competitions and multi-sports celebrations. This will be a superb space to unwind and to de-stress from all your coursework.

7. Unforgettable student experience

Overall, when you tie all these factors together, you get an unforgettable student experience.

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But it’s not only the faculty, staff or students who acknowledge this fact; it’s also the team over at Times Higher Education (2018), placing the University of Bath 4th in the UK for offering an exceptional student experience.

In addition, the university scored high for having prestigious industry connections, notable campus safety and student-friendly facilities.

That must be why learners like Kejun Audrey Dong were overjoyed with their career outcomes assisted by Bath. “I would absolutely recommend doing a master’s with the School of Management,” she says. “The teaching staff and careers team really care about students and that is one of the most important things in education.”

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