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By Tali Ramsey - 20 February 2020 / 10H23 - Updated 20 February 2020

Are you an entrepreneur? Maddyness has compiled a toolkit to help you create, grow, and even sell your own startup. From recruiting a team and protecting your brand to financing your innovation, you'll find tips, tools and advice to help you navigate the entrepreneurship labyrinth. In this article, you'll find some of the best business schools in London, one of the world’s leading cities when it comes to studying, setting up and working for a business.

University College London (UCL)

Part of the renowned universities and business schools, UCL is situated right in the heart of London and is renowned for being one of the top universities in the country for research. The university also has a diverse range of language courses including many joint language courses. Courses of interest to budding entrepreneurs include BSc Economics and Statistics, BA History, Politics and Economics, BSc Information Management for Business and BA International Social and Political Studies.

London School of Economics and Politics (LSE)

As part of the highest politics and business schools, LSE is a fantastic choice for future business owners. The university is a household name for business study as well as politics, law and finance. The economics courses taught include BSc Economic History, BSc Econometrics and Mathematical Economics, BSc Geography with Economics and BSc Politics and Economics.

Imperial College London

Imperial College London solely teaches courses in science, engineering, medicine and business. It is ranked 9th in the world by the Times Higher Education World University Ranking, 3rd in Europe and 3rd in the UK after Oxford and Cambridge. Some of the best courses include MSc Applied Computational Science and Engineering, BSc Biotechnology with Management, MEng Computing (Visual Computing and Robotics) and MSc Strategic Marketing.

London Business School (LBS)

London Business School is the number one business school in Europe according to the Financial Times, which it has been named for five consecutive years. The school’s Masters in Management is ranked third in the world by the Financial Times and the number one in the UK. Some of the school’s courses include a Global Masters in Management and a Masters in Financial Analysis.

King’s College London

King’s College was ranked 33rd in the world by the 2020 QS World University Rankings and has been ranked seventh in the UK in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018. The university has many courses perfect for business students including BSc Mathematics with Management & Finance, BSc International Management and BSc Business Management.

Brunel Business School

At Brunel Business School, courses including BSc International Business, BSc Business and Management (Entrepreneurship and Innovation), MSc Corporate Brand Management and MSc Global Supply Chain Management will be of interest to budding entrepreneurs. Brunel University London, whose business school is a part of has been placed in 42nd position in the UK by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

Birkbeck College, University of London

If you’re considering attending Birkbeck College to study business, you may want to look into courses including BSc International Business, BSc Business Psychology, MSc Corporate Governance and Business Ethics and MSc Management with Business Innovation. The college has been ranked 85th in the world for Psychology by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings in 2019.

Queen Mary, University of London

Queen Mary is another prestigious university in London when it comes to business. In the 2020 QS World University Rankings, it was ranked 126th worldwide and the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 ranked it as being 110th in the world. Courses of interest to potential business students include BSc Creative Computing, BEng Robotics Engineering, MSc Advanced Electronic and Electrical Engineering and MSc Artificial Intelligence with Industrial Experience.

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