My journey in Cass Business School

    6.7 /10

    Since after completing my high school education, I started preparing for my entrance to pursue my higher education in UK from a reputed university. I applied to many universities through a consulting firm and got admission to this university. The charges that I had paid for my application was £85.

    Course Curriculum :

    Through my course structure, I had approached the subject from practical, vocational, creative and entrepreneurial directions. I had also gained knowledge from the latest Cass research in areas such as finance, marketing, innovation, and responsible management

    Exams :

    I opted for two exams i.e. IELTS and the SAT and I scored 7.3 and 1288 in them respectively. In my high school, I had scored 94% in my core subjects. I had submitted all of my academic and international documents during admission process. Moreover, I submitted a personal statement with a bank statement.

    Placement :

    I wanted to start my own business because I have a business background in my family. And for that, I want to pursue my master in business management. But I took some interviews during the placement session, and got selected in an IT firm.

    Events :

    The festival of higher education was my favorite one among all the event celebrated here.

    Fees :

    My annual tuition fee for my program was £18000 and for my additional expenses like my student activity fee, personal expenses, transportation cost, health checkups, I had to pay around £8000 per annum. There were many scholarship options but I didn't opt for any.

    Faculty :

    In my opinion, I had a great relationship with all of the staff members. Beyond the course boundary, they encouraged me to pursue my own interests in business. My favorite faculty member was DR. Martin. He tended to encourage each and every student to explore the best of what we have.

    Hostel :

    I opted for living off campus because I wanted to explore the local culture of the new place that I had ever dreamt of. So I lived in an apartment near by my campus. I used to pay £15000 for my house rent and my food expenses.

    6.7 out of 10