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There is a growing demand for business programs across the globe. Generally, big business is based in big cities, and students looking forward to studying business or business-related programs are easily drawn to the world’s major business hubs, not only for the dream of finding prestigious internships but also graduate training schemes nearby and future job opportunities. Below, we’ve listed 6 of the best cities for business students.
While some of the best cities for the business listed below may be more obvious than others, there’s still plenty of diversity on offer, with cities across Asia, Europe, North America, and Oceania.
London is the leading financial hub of the United Kingdom, contributing as much as 22% of the entire country’s GDP and home to more than 840,000 private sector businesses. Perspective business students can have substantial learning and career growth in London. As per QS World University ranking, the city hosts the world’s number one institution in the recently released business and management ranking, and it is also home to 100s of Europe’s largest companies, which implies a greater scope of graduate opportunities for business students.
Top business schools in London: London Business School; London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Imperial College London; Warwick University, City University London, King's College London, UCL (University College London).
The two of the world’s most famous institutions – Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the ultra-prestigious Harvard Business School, are in Boston. These business schools are internationally renowned for their business and management programs. Boston, one of the oldest cities of USA, fairly affluent, and most populous city of Massachusetts. Boston; known to be a world leader in innovation and entrepreneurship having more than 2000 startups. This city promises booming industry in Information Technology, Biotechnology, Financial Services, and Tourism. This global city is home to many multinational companies and has the 6th largest economy in the country.
Top business schools in Boston: Harvard University; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Boston University; Boston College, University of Massachusetts, Boston (Boston’s only public university), etc.
Australia boasts an impressive number of the world’s most liveable cities, one of which is Melbourne, a city which benefits from strong healthcare services, cultural diversity (known as Australia’s cultural capital), low levels of crime and corruption, and pristine, sunshine-smattered streets. Melbourne boasts a highly diversified successful economy in finance, manufacturing, research & development, IT, logistics, education, transportation, sports, healthcare, and tourism. This cultural city is one of Asia-Pacific’s leading financial centers and has five out of 10 of Australia’s biggest companies.
Top business schools in Melbourne: The University of Melbourne; Monash University; Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology; Deakin University.
The Asian tiger, Island city-state Singapore is another Eastern economic success story. Boasting the world’s fourth largest financial center and third highest GDP per capita. It has one of the world’s top five busiest ports, Singapore is also the only country in Asia to hold a triple-A (AAA) sovereign rating. Singapore’s booming market economy depends heavily on trade, offering good levels of economic freedom and low tax rates (identified as a tax haven). Surprisingly for a port city, Singapore also boasts to be the third least corrupted nation similar to levels seen across Scandinavia. Singapore has many international rankings including the world’s smartest city, top international meetings city, the city with the best investment potential. Learn more about studying in Singapore with our dedicated counselors.
Top business schools in Singapore: National University of Singapore (NUS); Nanyang Technological University (NTU); Singapore Management University (SMU).
Paris, France’s capital has ranked first in the QS Best Student Cities guide, and for all the good reasons! Paris has been positioned as one of Europe’s major centre for finance, diplomacy, fashion, commerce, and the arts. Though it claims to be the second most expensive city but thanks to its affordable higher education fees, combined with its vast number of internationally renowned universities, this city remains a favorite amongst the students. As per QS University ranking, Paris has five of the world’s top 200 business schools and offers a great environment for business students and graduates alike. The banking and financial center of France, the Paris region accounts for 30% of the nation’s GDP (US$694 billion in 2012) and ranks among the top five wealthiest regions in Europe, having as many as 30 Fortune Global 500 companies headquartered in this economically active city.
Top business schools in Paris: HEC Paris; ESSEC Business School, Paris; ESCP Europe; Université Paris Dauphine; Université Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne, Granoble Ecole da Management, etc.
Located on Australia’s east coast, Sydney is one of the most-coveted cities, renowned for its cultural landmarks, aboriginal archeological sites, sandy beaches and world’s largest natural harbor (Sydney Harbor). Claiming a US$337 billion GRP (gross regional product) – bigger than the entire nations of Denmark, Singapore or Hong Kong – Sydney has a particularly strong industry in finance, manufacturing, and tourism. Despite Sydney being the most expensive city in Australia to live, wages in Sydney may well compensate for this, offering the 7th highest wage levels of any city worldwide, all great news for business students!
Top business schools in Sydney: The University of New South Wales (UNSW); University of Sydney; University of Technology, Sydney (UTS); Macquarie University.
More of the world’s best cities for business students:
• New York
• San Francisco
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