Press Release: March 19, 2010
The majority of UK business degrees give undergraduate students a basic grounding in economic, political and legal environments both in a national and international context. There are business degrees that are regimentally structured to provide a course that is already designed for you. Alternatively there are courses that give students the freedom to pick and choose the modules they desire to learn and improve in.
These days there are many quality control certificates and awards that go hand-in-hand with a business degree to certify its quality for teaching and learning resources. Professional bodies such as the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) often put their weight behind accreditations for an impressive UK business degree.
A business degree is still a very practical undergraduate vocation. With the opportunity to test your problem solving, creativity, aptitude and people skills in real-life business scenarios, students need not fear about being unprepared for the world of work after completing their undergraduate business degree.
London often proves to be an attractive location to study a UK business degree. As it is the worlds financial capital, London boasts an intellectual hub for business and management education.
Located in the heart of Londons financial district, Cass Business School (http://www.cass.city.ac.uk) is a leading provider of business and management education.
Our MBA is recognised globally as a market leader, we have the widest portfolio of Specialist Masters programmes (MSc) in Europe and our Undergraduate School is one of the best in the UK. Ranked in the UKs top 10 business and management research schools, means we attract leading PhD students.