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MA Business with Marketing
Student life here is very engaging and there are so many opportunities available for students, including first year ones! I love how many societies there are to choose from as well as the number of places that you can visit with friends such as Teviot House or even in the school in which you are part of.
MA Business and Accounting
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MA (Hons) Business Management 2019
Coming from a background where university is often not seen as an option, Charlotte Parsonson is grateful for the many opportunities she benefited from during her studies.
I was admitted to the University of Edinburgh on the back of a scheme that helps people from a non-typical university background. I had taken a few years out after school and this scheme, combined with my A Levels, enabled me to be accepted into Edinburgh. Hopefully I am proof that your background should not define your route to university.
As well as benefiting from her academic studies, Charlotte also gained a huge amount personally from external opportunities on offer at the School. She visited India on a business trek to learn about sustainability in the textiles industry’s supply chain, as well as being part of a team who entered the University of Navarra International Case Competition in Spain.
"I would never have been able to do this type of activity at the majority of business schools and they really made a huge difference to my time on the programme. The consultancy competition was a massive thing for me. My confidence grew so much from doing it. We had the chance to meet industry experts and were able to tackle actual business case problems. I learnt so much from doing it.
The School encourages you to aim high and that's the difference. I don’t think you would get that elsewhere. It encourages you to ask: what could I actually do, where could I actually be?"
After completing an internship with Procter & Gamble in summer 2019 (which had been a direct result of her Strategic Management course during her third year), Charlotte accepted a graduate level role with the company. Ultimately her long-term goal is to start her own business.