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GSM London (formerly Greenwich School of Management)

City

Ucas code: G74

Our undergraduate Bachelor degree programmes are not what you'd find at most big universities. Our programmes are very user friendly - we have three starting dates each year, in February, June or October, plus our degrees can be completed in just two years. That gets you out into the workplace a whole twelve months before your contemporaries.
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Student satisfaction score 73% LOW

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