Norwich Business School

We are one of the UK’s top business schools based in a beautiful ancient city, now a high energy tech-savvy business hub, two hours from the City of London.

Our undergraduates are more satisfied with their course, more satisfied with their teaching and more satisfied with their feedback than most Russell Group universities.

This might be to do with the fact that our student/staff ratio is lower than the average. Or it could be because our lecturers come from all over the world to encourage our students to challenge conventional thinking.

Marrying creative problem solving with the development of your analytical skills.

All our undergraduate courses give you the freedom to tailor your degree to the business subject that interests you most.

All offer the option of 9-12 months in industry or a year studying abroad, in your third year; a powerful CV booster.

Business throughout the world is being re-engineered and re-imagined. At NBS we embrace change with enthusiasm, staking our claim to be a business school of the future.

There has never been a more exciting time to be in business and no better preparation for it than a degree from Norwich Business School.

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