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English definition of “business school”

business school

noun [C]
 
 
a school, college, or part of a college or university in which the principles of business, business management, economics, and related courses are taught: at/to business school The scholarships have enabled 20 UK entrepreneurs to study at US business schools. About half of the students in the business school graduate program come from out of state.
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