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Aston Business School Rankings 2024

Dark Clock Icon Last updated on 28 Mar '24, by Rashmi Shukla (Study Abroad Expert)

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University Ranking

Overall University Grade
C+ Business Analytics
C+ Supply Chain
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QS Ranking 2024

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Global MBA
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141151151
Masters in Business Analytics819191
Masters in Supply Chain Management464851

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Course Ranking

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MBA/PGDM

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QS - Global MBA
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Students Ratings & Reviews

3.4/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Friendly
  • Academically oriented
  • Fun loving
  • Multi-dimensional
Student Views
  • 100% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships2.8
Part time work2.8
Post study jobs3.3
Quality of faculty4
Student Life3.8
Value for money2.8
Public transportation4
Safety3.8
Indian Food4.3
Permanent Immigration2.8
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MBA - Batch of 2025
4.1
Good teaching methods are good with some practical examples.
Tips: Pre-work is required for each class; students must know their priorities. Time management is definitely a key factor here. If time is not well managed, students will struggle a lot during submission/dealines. Thinking that they would get part time easily is not at all possible. Need to know how to do meal prep to save time. There is a list of things which are cheaper in the UK someone who is traveling here for 1st time should know the details; I ended up carrying a lot of things which were cheaper here rather than I could have carried more Indian spices. There is a place called Soho road- Wah micrchi is the name of the place where Indian food is available. Mostly everything is available there.
Likes (Public transportation): Public transport is good and convenient, there are buses almost every 5-10 mins, trains and cabs available all the time. But currently, there are delays in trains due to strikes. I stay on campus, I am not dependent on public transport much. I only use it for shopping purpose or to visit to my friends place who stay far.
Dislikes (Part time work): I prepared a CV initially and the format was not according to the UK. I had to change it all together, and then finally, I applied for various roles and hardly heard from anyone. There are no part-time opportunities in Campus/College as well. I visited the Aston Future and Careers team to have my CV & cover letter prepared and got it vetted by them, and finally, I have started applying now. Hopefully, I get a positive update.
Reviewed on 14 May 2024Read more
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MSc Information Systems & Business Analysis - Batch of 2023
3.2
Good experience academically and had great exposure.
Tips: Students need to work and study on their own. Teaching is different as compared to India. Do your own research before classes. Assignments based on real-world scenarios. More practical teaching than theoretical. A weekly quiz will be provided, easy to score. Can improve your overall percentage. Assignments are completely research-based. Need to do a lot of research work before documenting it. Lecturers can help you review it. Support provided for CV writing by career development departments. Always available when needed.
Likes (Indian Food): Many Asian restaurants are available. It's affordable if you are going to share with friends. Supermarkets are reasonable and cooking is the best option to save money. Asian groceries are also easily available hence no need to overload your luggage while coming for the first time.
Dislikes (Permanent Immigration): Considering the current job market and economic conditions, the situation is not favourable for any international student unless they have a solid financial background and support. PSW is a good investment if you really want to work in your stream otherwise, there is no point in wasting your time by doing unskilled work unless you have to pay loans. Life is not as easy as it looks from the outside, there's a lot of struggle here as you need to start everything from scratch. Since it's a developed country the scope of further advancement is minimal hence be realistic, clear and wise before you make any choice.
Reviewed on 15 Feb 2024Read more
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MBA - Batch of 2024
2.9
Good for studies, average for employment at least for MBA
Tips: Definitely apply for scholarships. Good for academic knowledge. Less exposure to outside people. Building connections is very important on LinkedIn etc. University has a network of SME’s but the scope for tech, and finance is limited or does not exist. MSc students get better opportunities with respect to internships. There are numerous clubs and activities to volunteer.
Dislikes (Internships): Limited availability of internships and are not relevant. The career and placement office is not very effective. Gives generic advice. Help is provided in searching for opportunities and interview preparations. Students should not depend on the university only for placement or employment.
Reviewed on 24 Aug 2023Read more
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MSc Business Analytics - Batch of 2022
3.4
Good University but bad course to come to UK for.
Tips: Aston is a good university with a beautiful campus, well-connected and good professors. They also have a lot of career fairs where you can hand out your CVs to companies. But not just Aston, but all of the UK unis are not good to come for Business Analytics, there are too many students for the professors to handle and job prospects for non-IT background people are far limited.
Likes (Public transportation): The campus is in city center thus convenient for travel. There are busses, trams and trains all converging into the city centre. I used the bus the most and had a bus pass in which I could travel any route and it was around £40 per month at the time. It is better to search for houses in city centre as it gives you access to a lot of Indian food options.
Dislikes (Value for money): The tuition fee is not at all justified, because there were more than 100 students and the professors couldn’t handle us all. Though there was a good structure to the course, it still was very fast-paced. Youtube was a better option to understand. Most students accepted for this course are not from IT or data background, and the course does make you a data wiz, so it is a difficult task to get a full-time job.
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Answered 2 weeks ago

The following are the deadlines for Indian students applying to Aston Business School:

  • Applying for Undergraduate UCAS begins on May 21.
  • Applications to colleges can be evaluated beginning on September 4.
  • March 18, 2024 is the deadline for CAS Shield submissions.

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Muskan

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Answered 3 months ago

To study at Aston Business School, the approximate amount required in Indian Rupees varies depending on the course chosen. For example, pursuing the Business and Management M.Sc course costs approximately GBP 21,250, which is around INR 21.25 lakh. Additionally, the fees for the Aston University MBA

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Parthik Rai

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Answered 3 months ago

After completing an MBA from Aston Business School, graduates have various job opportunities. They can pursue careers as managers, consultants, senior executives, and directors in a wide range of organizations. Additionally, Aston MBA graduates have a high employability rate, with around 90% landing

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Parthik Rai

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It is not possible to get into Aston Business School's MBA programme without work experience. The programme requires a minimum of five years of relevant professional work experience for applicants to start the program. Work experience is a crucial component of MBA programs, with most students enteri

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Parthik Rai

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Answered 3 months ago

Indian students choose to study at Aston Business School due to its reputation for providing quality education, excellent faculty, and a diverse student community. Additionally, the most preferred course by Indian students at Aston Business School is the Master of Business Administration (MBA).

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