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There is a growing demand for business programs across the globe. Generally, big business is based in big cities, and students looking forward to studying business or business-related programs are easily drawn to the world’s major business hubs, not only for the dream of finding prestigious internships but also graduate training schemes nearby and future job opportunities. Below, we’ve listed 6 of the best cities for business students.

While some of the best cities for the business listed below may be more obvious than others, there’s still plenty of diversity on offer, with cities across Asia, Europe, North America, and Oceania.

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1. London 


London is the leading financial hub of the United Kingdom, contributing as much as 22% of the entire country’s GDP and home to more than 840,000 private sector businesses. Perspective business students can have substantial learning and career growth in London. As per QS World University ranking, the city hosts the world’s number one institution in the recently released business and management ranking, and it is also home to 100s of Europe’s largest companies, which implies a greater scope of graduate opportunities for business students.

Top business schools in London: London Business School; London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Imperial College London; Warwick University, City University London, King’s College London, UCL (University College London).

2. Boston


The two of the world’s most famous institutions – Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the ultra-prestigious Harvard Business School, are in Boston. These business schools are internationally renowned for their business and management programs. Boston, one of the oldest cities of USA, fairly affluent, and most populous city of Massachusetts. Boston; known to be a world leader in innovation and entrepreneurship having more than 2000 startups. This city promises booming industry in Information Technology, Biotechnology, Financial Services, and Tourism. This global city is home to many multinational companies and has the 6th largest economy in the country.

Top business schools in Boston: Harvard University; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Boston University; Boston College, University of Massachusetts, Boston (Boston’s only public university), etc.