The business school has a great reputation with employers, mainly because of its accreditations with the CIM and its great placement opportunities.
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NTU was the first university I visited; I instantly fell in love with the modern feel of Newton. Many of the staff and students related to my course explained Nottingham Business School’s great employability ratings and the extra-curricular opportunities the students commonly were involved with.
I found my course really interesting, the school doesn’t just focus on your academic skills, but practical experiences. It’s not all about the theory but about putting it into practice.
Initially, the course covers general business and some accounting and moves on to delve in to Marketing. It really opened my eyes to the scope that Marketing covers. The assignment briefs can seem quite complicated, but the tutors are really helpful and good at explaining/simplifying them for us.
The one year placement was one of the most important influences in my time at Nottingham Business School. It gave me a real life insight into Marketing in practice and it’s made me realise what I do and do not want to do.