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The city of Leicester is located in the East Midlands of England, roughly 90 miles north of London. Now famous as the resting place of the rediscovered King Richard III, Leicester is home to two successful universities, with around 40,000 students.
Leicester is one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the UK, with a history stretching back to pre-Roman times and a range of buildings and archaeological sites documenting the many periods of its past. It became an important administrative centre during the Medieval era and expanded as a centre for production and trade during the Industrial Revolution.
During this period, Leicester was particularly renowned for the manufacture of shoes and this legacy is reflected in the various footwear and clothing companies that are still headquartered in the city. Leicester is also an important centre for modern UK engineering, with several projects and training schemes supported by its universities.
Postgraduates in Leicester are able to explore the heritage of one of England’s most historic cities whilst also benefitting from access to some of the city’s more modern additions including its many theatres and live music venues and the National Space Centre (which also conducts research in association with nearby universities).
Leicester’s top-ranked university is the University of Leicester – it is usually listed as one of the UK’s top 15 research universities and was famously responsible for the discovery of the remains of King Richard III under a car park in 2012. De Montfort University is also ranked within the UK top 100 and is particularly renowned for its research and teaching in English Literature and related subjects.
Leicester has a strong, diverse economy that offers plenty of opportunities for talented postgraduates wishing to start a career in the city. Leicester and the wider Leicestershire region is home to companies such as Caterpillar, Walkers Crisps and IBM.
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The Executive MBA is designed for business leaders who want to develop rich and versatile skill sets with which to manage the complex social, cultural, technical and organisational issues in contemporary business markets and environments. Read more
This course will develop your knowledge and skills in core areas of human resource management (HRM) to help you start or further your career as a HR professional. Read more
This course will allow you to gain analytical skills in international financial markets and institutions, conceptual and theoretical groundings in current concepts, and techniques in bank financial management, portfolio management, financial econometrics, business analytics and associated areas. Read more
This International Finance and Investment MSc will give you the skills and expertise to assess issues facing financial market participants and improve the practice of investment and risk management in a sustainable and ethical ways. Read more
This course, based on work-related skills training, is for those wishing to become solicitors. The Legal Practice Course (LPC) equips you with the appropriate knowledge, skills and understanding of procedures and practice to embark effectively on the period of further training within a firm. Read more
Our Global MBA course is dual accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI); the course will allow you to focus specifically on employability and enhancing skills, whilst developing general communication and inter-personal skills, making it perfect for early career professionals and graduates. Read more
The programme is designed to provide a career entry opportunity for full-time students as well as a career development opportunity for accountants, auditors, practising managers, business consultants and finance experts from various backgrounds, to enhance and develop their accounting and finance skills. Read more
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