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business school

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Definition of business school in English:

noun

A high-level educational institution in which students study subjects relating to business and commerce, such as economics, finance, and management: he graduated with a degree from one of the most prestigious business schools in America
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  • While still in business school, she started as a summer intern.
  • He has held a range of senior positions within specialist travel industry companies since graduating from business schools in Germany and the UK in 1988.
  • Professors in business schools have taken the opportunity to advise business leaders to use IT in particular ways.

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