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Find the Best Finance Education in Manchester Modest MoneyLeave a comment


It’s almost the end of 2014 and students everywhere are finally turning their minds away from high school and looking forward to what’s to come at college. If you’re one of those students that has settled on doing a business degree, then your next choice will be deciding on which colleges to apply for.

You want the best deal for your money and this is not always an obvious choice. There are many factors that contribute to choosing the right institution for you, and a lot of that lies in the facilities you will have access to, the lecturers that will be teaching you, course construction, and finally, location. Let’s take a look at the London School of Business & Finance as a case study.


LSBF Manchester University (London School of Business & Finance) has become a popular choice for international students looking for a degree that specialises in finance. The campus is located in the heart of Manchester, the UK’s second largest city which has been a centre of commercial and financial activity that has a history as far back as the Industrial Revolution.


While location is important to maintain that connection to current business trends so that universities…

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