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Currently I am a 2nd year student, studing BA/BSc (Hons)Business Studies with Marketing at Canterbury Christ Church University College. Anyway, after my first degree, I would like to gain some workexperience in the U.S.A, England or Germany (my native country). Afterwards I would like to apply to different Universities for a MBA programme. Therefore, my question is: First of all, how good is the reputation of Canterbury Christ Church College concerning the degree in Business? Second, do I need to have the grade "first" to get a realistic chance or is a "2.1" or "2.2" still good enough?
Currently I am a 2nd year student, studing BA/BSc (Hons)Business Studies with Marketing at Canterbury Christ Church University College. Anyway, after my first degree, I would like to gain some workexperience in the U.S.A, England or Germany (my native country). Afterwards I would like to apply to different Universities for a MBA programme. Therefore, my question is: First of all, how good is the reputation of Canterbury Christ Church College concerning the degree in Business? Second, do I need to have the grade "first" to get a realistic chance or is a "2.1" or "2.2" still good enough?Answer London Business School:

Dear candidate,

You do not strictly need a First in your degree, as we look at all aspects of your background.
Your work experience gained is very important. On average our students have 5 years, with all having at least 2-3.

David Simpson


Answer Judge Institute of Management University of Cambridge:

Thank you for your question. Your plan sounds good. As for the reputation of the school you are attending, I cannot really comment as I am not familiar with the school. Is it in the UK? or in NZ?
In general we are looking for a FIRST OR A 2.1. AYour work experience will be an important factor too, we like to see you working with a top company, getting excellent graduate experience and making career progression.

Hope that helps.

Louise Freckelton


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