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Kickstart your career in business with ONCAMPUS

Tue 13 Apr 2021

Have you ever wondered how to get into a career in business? The UK offers world-class business related studies and work experience to help you kickstart your career. Read on for three ways to get your career in business off to a great start.

  1. Study business related degrees at university

Studying a business related subject at university can be an excellent first step towards achieving your dream career. There are a whole range of business related degrees, from International Business to Finance, Business Entrepreneurship Development to Investment Analysis. The UK has some of the most highly sought after degree programmes in this field and as an international business and finance hub, it offers fantastic opportunities.

ONCAMPUS can help you to access these degrees, while improving your English language skills at the same time. With campuses around the UK from London to Birmingham to Southampton and more, ONCAMPUS offers business foundation programmes at all of its centres and is an excellent springboard to a career in business.

Our partner Aston University has been ranked in the top 1% of business schools worldwide and was named an “Outstanding Entrepreneurial University” by  Times Higher Education. ONCAMPUS Aston offers a range of International Year One, undergraduate and postgraduate foundation programmes, as well as progression degrees with world-leading work placements opportunities. These include Accounting and Finance, Human Resource and Business Management – and many more in the business and entrepreneur sector.

  1. Further your career with business experience

Many students find it valuable to take part in placements while they study. Not only does it give them the opportunity to apply their learning in the workplace, it also gives them a chance try out particular roles or sectors to see if it’s the right path for them. Many employers also value workplace experience, so it can be beneficial later on when looking for employment.

Aston University has strong links to a number of industry-leading companies and offers a wide range of work experience and placements to students during and after completion of their studies. It offers internships and insight experiences so you can apply your learning in the workplace as you study, in your holidays, and benefit from workplace connections after you complete your programme. The university also supports students in taking a placement year, enabling you to get invaluable experience in your business related field.

  1. Find your perfect place to study business in the UK

The UK offers international students a world-class education, an enriching cultural experience and the chance to perfect their English, while gaining the skills they need to enter their chosen career. ONCAMPUS has centres in major cities around the UK so there are plenty of places to begin your business career at the UK’s top universities. Find out more about the benefits of studying in the UK.

For business related studies, Aston University is a great choice. Not only has it been ranked in the Top Global 100 for Business and Management (QS World University Subject Rankings 2021), it is also located in the City of Birmingham, the UK’s second largest city and regional hub for businesses and enterprise. Birmingham has close connections with London and has been voted the UK’s most entrepreneurial city (Start Up Britain).

Located in the centre of England, Birmingham is only 90 minutes from London and Manchester, and has its own airport. It’s also home to over 300 company headquarters including HSBC, Jaguar and Land Rover, so there are plenty of options for students to make some great industry connections during their studies. Find out more about life on campus at Aston University, voted University of the Year in 2020 (The Guardian).

Alongside placements and work experience, Aston University also provides career guidance for international students for up to two years after graduation, so you benefit from ongoing support as you progress in your chosen career.

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