Aston University still accepting applications for postgraduate business courses for Jan 2019

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Aston University still accepting applications for postgraduate business courses for Jan 2019

17 October 2018

The top 20 in the UK, Aston University is still accepting applications from the international students to study three of its most popular courses that are going to start in January 2019. These programmes include many opportunities for the students than just learning about it. Applications are now open for:

  • MBA
  • MSc Business & Management
  • MSc Entrepreneurship

The courses will be taught at the Aston Business School that is one of just 1% of business schools in the world to hold AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA triple accreditation. The Aston MBA is an intensive programme that immerses students into the principles of strategic thinking in a business context.

Aston University is QS 5* University recognised for teaching, innovation, inclusiveness, employability, facilities and internationalisation. The university has been awarded TEF Gold in 2017 and is ranked 2nd for boosting graduate earnings.

If you wish to learn more about various foundations, undergraduate and postgraduate courses and admission process at Aston University, arrange a meeting with SI-UK today.

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