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  • KEDGE is a triple accredited business school that ranks among the best business schools in Europe. KEDGE has four main campuses located in the vibrant cities of Paris, Bordeaux, Toulon and Marseille and offers students a range of undergraduate and postgraduate progression degrees. Reasons to consider KEDGE:
    • MSc International Business ranked 1st, (EdUniversal International 2022)
    • MSc Digital Marketing and Sales ranked 1st e-commerce programme (French Tech 2021)
    • KEDGE Bachelors voted 5th Best French Bachelor (Le Parisien Etudiant 2022)
    • Ranked 9th Best French Business School (Financial Times 2021)
    • Extremely affordable fees representing exceptional value
    • 95% of students are hired within four months of graduating
  • Birkbeck is a world-class research and teaching university in the heart of London. It was originally founded in 1823, with the aim of giving the working people of London access to higher education. Students include everyone from secondary school graduates continuing their studies to working professionals, innovators and entrepreneurs looking to take the next step towards achieving their career goals. Classes are taken at night (from 6pm), leaving you free to study and enjoy London during the day. Based in Bloomsbury, a world-renowned intellectual and literary hub, Birkbeck has a global reputation for high-quality research and teaching and has been part of the prestigious University of London for over 100 years. Other University of London members include University College London (UCL), King's College London (KCL), the School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS) and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Birkbeck students have access to all University of London facilities.  
  • Maastricht University (UM) is the most international university in the Netherlands, with over half of its student population of 18,000 holding non-Dutch nationality. It stands out for its innovative education model, international character and multidisciplinary approach to research and education. In 2020, it was declared the 6th best young university in the world by Times Higher Education. The city of Maastricht is a historical location known for its cobbled streets and medieval architecture. It has a vibrant cultural scene and is a short train trip from Amsterdam and Brussels. The Maastricht University Foundation Programme (FP) offers motivated international students, who want to do a bachelor’s programme at the university, specific training and preparation for Dutch higher education, assisting them with meeting admissions requirements they might not otherwise meet.
  • LUT University (Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology) is a pioneering science university in Finland. They focus on uniting society and business to solve environmental problems and create a sustainable future. Finland is consistently ranked among the top 10 countries in the world for standard of living, economic stability and education. It is also one of the safest and happiest countries in the world. LUT's campuses in Lappeenranta and Lahti offer students a taste of the best that Finland has to offer. Both cities are internationally recognised as forerunners in environmental sustainability and green energy. LUT promotes business generated by scientific research and this is demonstrated by the university's own investment company, Green Campus Innovations, which supports LUT's research-based start-up companies.
  • LAB University of Applied Sciences is a higher education institution in Finland specialising in innovation around the circular economy, design, the commercialisation of innovations, and service innovations for health and well-being. Finland is consistently ranked among the top 10 countries in the world for standard of living, economic stability and education. It is also one of the safest and happiest countries in the world. LAB's campuses in Lappeenranta and Lahti offer students a taste of the best that Finland has to offer. Both cities are internationally recognised as forerunners in environmental sustainability and green energy. LAB represents the vision and operating culture of the new university of applied sciences, focusing on innovation, business and industry. It offers an active approach where different people and experts create something new together with business enterprises.
  • Audencia is one of France’s elite Grande École higher education institutions, with campuses in Nantes, Paris and Beijing. It is amongst the 1% of business schools, holding all top international academic accreditations – EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA. Students come from all over the world to attend Audencia's completely international and English-taught programmes at the bachelor, master, MBA, doctorate and executive level. International career counsellors are available to assist all Audencia students and graduates with their job search in the global marketplace. Audencia is known globally for education and research in the fields of business and management.
  • Based in The Netherlands, The Global School for Entrepreneurship aims to help aspiring impact entrepreneurs to achieve great things with a fully accredited applied science education. They offer a bachelor,  90-day programme and a pre-master course specifically constructed around entrepreneurship. The programme was developed to cater to first-time entrepreneurs and support them in unleashing their potential while building their businesses. The Global School for Entrepreneurship also offers a unique accredited Master of Science in Scaling Up which focuses on growing your business. As a student at the school, you will benefit from in-depth experience with startups and learn how to take control in unpredictable situations, handle discomfort, find your courage and move forward — skills that go far beyond the professional sphere to benefit you throughout your life.
  • Canterbury Christ Church University is a welcoming, supportive and international university with global connections. While the primary campus is located in the historic city of Canterbury, their network of centres stretch throughout the beautiful county of Kent. The university has a diverse and vibrant community of 15,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students from over 80 countries, making them small enough to be a family yet big enough to have global impact. Nearly two-thirds of Christ Church graduates are in highly skilled graduate-level employment 15 months after graduating – 3% higher than the national average.
  • Admission to this university is through the on-campus pathway provider, which offers foundation, integrated year one, and pre-masters levels, as well as pre-sessional English. Keele University International College will have its first intake in September 2022 and will be located on campus, welcoming international students to study a variety of programmes that will enable them to progress onto their chosen course at Keele. Keele University is known for its world-leading research and academic excellence. It's consistently recognised as a leading UK university. Nestled in the Staffordshire countryside, Keele has one of the largest and most beautiful campuses in Britain. They’re just minutes from the market town of Newcastle-under-Lyme, and a bus ride from Stoke-on-Trent.  
  • TUS is Ireland's first regional university – the result of a merger between the Athlone Institute of Technology and the Limerick Institute of Technology. It boasts 14,500+ students across six campuses from the historic Limerick to the heart of the Irish midlands in Athlone. It is a truly diverse institution, with over 100 nationalities already represented and enrolled in any one of the hundreds of courses available. As a technological university, TUS seeks to tackle real issues through applied research. From life-sciences, to health and environmental sustainability, to areas like the digital divide, community, sport, cultural and economic development, TUS offers cutting-edge knowledge creation and industrial collaboration to drive change. Campuses are situated in:
    • Athlone
    • Limerick
    • Thurles
    • Clonmel
    • Ennis
  • The University of Gloucestershire is a public university situated in Gloucestershire with three campuses in total. The university is situated in two locations with two campuses in Cheltenham and one in Gloucester which is Francis Close Hall, The Park, and Oxstalls, respectively. The university gained its status in the year 2001, before which its roots can be traced back to the 19th century when two distinct strands of educational provisions in Gloucestershire merged to form the University of Gloucestershire, UK. The university consists of 8 distinct schools of study which are School of Art and Design, School of Business and Technology, School of Education, School of Health and Social Care, School of Liberal and Performing Arts, School of Media, School of Natural and Social Sciences, and the School of Sport and Exercise. Along with the taught programs, the schools are also responsible for leading the university's research as well as commercial activities in their respective fields. Students have a range of courses and subjects to choose from as it offers more than 80 undergraduate courses, 57 post-graduate as well as Ph.D. degrees. The University  is a diverse, vibrant community of 12,000 students and 1,500 staff
  • Founded in the year 1930Teesside University is an open engineering university that is associated with the University Alliance. Earlier, the university was referred to as the Constantine Technical University. In 1992, it gained the status of a university and the degree courses provided at the university were recognised by the University of London. The major focus of the university is in the field of engineering, metallurgy and chemistry. The first technical building of the university was designed and built by the renowned architect of London, Graham R. Dawbarn. He is also known for his contributions to the construction of the Corpus Christie College in Cambridge. Also, Teesside University is among the first universities in the United Kingdom to follow the Further and Higher Education Act. After the 1990s, the university has witnessed a rapid growth in the number of enrolments.
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