Graduates with a good first degree will find that they have a wide range of business schools to choose from.
Business schools in the UK
If you opt to go to business school in the UK, you could choose to go to a business school attached to one of the world's top universities – for example, Judge Business School (part of the University of Cambridge), Nottingham Business School, Said Business School (part of the University of Oxford), or Warwick Business School.
The UK is also home to some of the world’s best specialist business institutions – for example, Cass Business School and London Business School.
You'll also find some innovative new business schools here also offering interesting courses to recent graduates – for example, at BPP Business School you could study for an MSc in Financial Leadership.
Business schools abroad
You could also choose to study abroad. The US in particular has some of the world's most prestigious business schools – for example, Harvard Business School and MIT Sloan School of Management.
The rest of the world, and particularly continental Europe, also has some excellent business schools. Outside the English-speaking world your options will be wider if you have modern languages skills, but you can also find courses taught in English at some business schools in non-English speaking countries – for example, the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics in the Netherlands offers a wide range of courses taught in English.
International business schools
Some business schools are as international as the business world itself and offer recent graduates the chance to spend time at more than one campus during their course.
For example, on ESCP Europe's two-year Master in Management programme students have the opportunity to study at up to three of the countries in which ESCP Europe has campuses: France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.