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Hmm, that gives me a thought. I eventually want to go for consulting.

I see Cranfield list of recruiters has no consulting company but it has all good brands.

Whereas UMICH Ross has all flavors and geographically diverse placements but has a very small class size of 23

Now, the question moves to UK vs USA tough one I am sure both economies have good options in SCM in coming times.

If I evaluate the avg. salaries 44K pounds vs 90K USD, I am not sure how it converts on cost of living and tax systems.

Will, still look out for more options

Hmm, that gives me a thought. I eventually want to go for consulting.

I see Cranfield list of recruiters has no consulting company but it has all good brands.

Whereas UMICH Ross has all flavors and geographically diverse placements but has a very small class size of 23

Now, the question moves to UK vs USA tough one I am sure both economies have good options in SCM in coming times.

If I evaluate the avg. salaries 44K pounds vs 90K USD, I am not sure how it converts on cost of living and tax systems.

Will, still look out for more options
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Duncan

I think Ross is a stronger choice if you are looking at consulting.

I think Ross is a stronger choice if you are looking at consulting.
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Thanks! Out of curiosity, if it is industry and not consulting will it be still Ross or it would change to Cranfield?

Thanks! Out of curiosity, if it is industry and not consulting will it be still Ross or it would change to Cranfield?
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Duncan

Well, I think the Ross program is very impressive. I love the design, with the January start and internship. Big investment though...

Well, I think the Ross program is very impressive. I love the design, with the January start and internship. Big investment though...
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Thanks Duncun, I agree it has big investment is making big appeal too.

While reviewing the Eduniversal list you sent, I find another school of interest - MSc Operation, Project Management and Supply Chain Management from Manchester Business School.

I find it mix of streams but very economical to suit budget, how would you rate it for Consulting and against Cranfiled & Ross ( Though, I think Ross would still sand out)?

Thanks Duncun, I agree it has big investment is making big appeal too.

While reviewing the Eduniversal list you sent, I find another school of interest - MSc Operation, Project Management and Supply Chain Management from Manchester Business School.

I find it mix of streams but very economical to suit budget, how would you rate it for Consulting and against Cranfiled & Ross ( Though, I think Ross would still sand out)?
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Duncan

I'd put it below those programmes. Careers support for the MBS MSc degrees is not on the same level as for the MBA there.

I'd put it below those programmes. Careers support for the MBS MSc degrees is not on the same level as for the MBA there.
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Thanks!

Thanks!
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While selecting between the toe EBS and HHL which would give better option for moving to Germany for a non-native.

EBS talks of 16 month program focusing on language skills and cultural acquaintance while HHL has good institutes near by to learn German along with 15 month option.

Please suggest.

While selecting between the toe EBS and HHL which would give better option for moving to Germany for a non-native.

EBS talks of 16 month program focusing on language skills and cultural acquaintance while HHL has good institutes near by to learn German along with 15 month option.

Please suggest.
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