University of Ulster, London & Birmingham Campus / Northumbria University, London Campus Open Day
University of Ulster
- London Campus
Located in central London, the campus recently underwent refurbishment to better serve students. Pre-sessional English, International Foundation, BSc Hons Business Studies, MSc International Business, BSc Hons Accounting with Finance and MSc Marketing are all studied at the London campus.
Studying at the University of Ulster London campus will enable international students to gain a unique insight into how one of the most popular and diverse cities in the world works. London is regarded as the world's centre of finance, and its strong economic position will allow for many placement and part-time work opportunities during study.
- Birmingham Campus
The Birmingham campus has a great location in the city centre close to the main New Street rail station in the Centre City building. The excellent teaching facilities and experienced faculty compliments the cosy, intimate campus that is geared towards learning and employment.
Northumbria University, London Campus
At the Northumbria University London Campus, academic experts and professional support staff are committed to giving you an educational experience that will set you up for life. Cutting-edge courses such as MSc Business with International Management, MSc Business with Financial Management, Business with Marketing Management, BA (Hons) Business Administration, International Foundation Programme and Pre-sessional English are all offered.
Based in the centre of London’s business and finance district, the London campus is home to both international and UK students. A strong reputation among employers thanks to the track record its alumni, Northumbria University is on the ‘must-see’ list of many employers.
Are you are interested in learning more? Book your 20-minute private appointment by registering via the link below. We look forward to seeing you!
¿Dónde?: SI-UK London Office
¿Cuándo?: Wednesday 10 December 2014, 15:00 - 17:00
Representative: Holly Spooner