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Academic preparation for direct entry to year two of an undergraduate degree in subjects such as business, economics and marketing. [+]
Academic preparation for direct entry to year two of an undergraduate degree in subjects such as business, economics and marketing.Why apply for the International Year One programme? university placement for all successful students a campus based programme with access to university facilities flexible start dates Where will it take me?
This course leads to the second year of the following undergraduate degrees at the University of Exeter:
University of Exeter Business SchoolBA (Hons) Business and Management BSc (Hons) Business Economics BA (Hons) Management with Marketing
Joint 13th in the UK for Business Studies
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