University of Buckingham Business School Taster Tutorial
Wednesday, August 2nd
This taster day is an opportunity for prospective students to experience what is like to study a business course and for us to showcase our unique, small-class, tutorial-style way of teaching.
On the day you will have the opportunity to:
•Meet the lecturers who teach on your course who have real world experience.
•Sample a tutorial to see if this style of teaching is right for you.
•Meet current students from the 2 year degree and share their experiences with you.
The Guardian League Tables 2018 ranked our Accounting & Finance programme 14th out of over 100 Business Schools, with our
Business & Management programme taking 19th place.
With Buckingham being top for graduate employability (HESA) and student satisfaction (NSS), there’s never been a better time to experience the Buckingham difference.
The tutorials will take place in the ADR Building on our Hunter Street Campus (see campus map and directions to Buckingham).
To book your place, please follow the link below to submit a short registration form. Details of other Taster Tutorials can be found here: www.buckingham.ac.uk/admissions/open-days.
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