Best MBA program


Hi,
I need a suggestion regarding MBA admission. I'm a international student from India. I got offers from Brunel MBA, Kingston MBA(2years), Coventry MBA, University of Aberdeen MBA. Pls give some insights for sorting down the best MBA program in terms of career perspective.

Considering new regulations in tier 4 student visa and brexit. How will be the job opportunities for January 2020 intake students???
Hi,
I need a suggestion regarding MBA admission. I'm a international student from India. I got offers from Brunel MBA, Kingston MBA(2years), Coventry MBA, University of Aberdeen MBA. Pls give some insights for sorting down the best MBA program in terms of career perspective.

Considering new regulations in tier 4 student visa and brexit. How will be the job opportunities for January 2020 intake students???
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Duncan
You should take proper advice on visas.

Brunel and Kingston have serious international accreditation, so they are better than Coventry or Aberdeen, which have Freshers MBAs. Personally, I think Brunel has a better design and brand value, but the longer format at Kingston could give you more value.
You should take proper advice on visas.

Brunel and Kingston have serious international accreditation, so they are better than Coventry or Aberdeen, which have Freshers MBAs. Personally, I think Brunel has a better design and brand value, but the longer format at Kingston could give you more value.
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Thanks for the quick response Ducan.

Considering all research and comments I would prefer to go to Brunel but I can't leave back option of Kingston which provides a chance of two year study with risk of getting an internship. Is there a huge variation between both the universities? Or I should consider both in same range..
Thanks for the quick response Ducan.

Considering all research and comments I would prefer to go to Brunel but I can't leave back option of Kingston which provides a chance of two year study with risk of getting an internship. Is there a huge variation between both the universities? Or I should consider both in same range..
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Duncan
I don't see any information on the Kingston site about that two year option. Loughborough has one and in its case you need to change your visa at the end of the first year. They cannot promise you an internship, much of the effort will be yours. In that sense, couldn't you do the same anywhere?

Remember, these are not top ranked MBAs or highly selective schools with strong placement.

[Edited by Duncan on Oct 19, 2019]

I don't see any information on the Kingston site about that two year option. Loughborough has one and in its case you need to change your visa at the end of the first year. They cannot promise you an internship, much of the effort will be yours. In that sense, couldn't you do the same anywhere?

Remember, these are not top ranked MBAs or highly selective schools with strong placement.
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mba hipste...
I think the Kingston program referred to is mentioned here:

https://www.kingston.ac.uk/postgraduate-course/master-business-administration-mba/

MBA, full-time "2 years including professional placement"

I'm not able to find much else about it, unfortunately.
I think the Kingston program referred to is mentioned here:

https://www.kingston.ac.uk/postgraduate-course/master-business-administration-mba/

MBA, full-time "2 years including professional placement"

I'm not able to find much else about it, unfortunately.
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How about University of East Anglia- Norwich business school MBA ?!
How about University of East Anglia- Norwich business school MBA ?!
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Duncan
I'm not sure that has any of the triple crowns. Did you consider taking the GMAT and getting into a much better school?
I'm not sure that has any of the triple crowns. Did you consider taking the GMAT and getting into a much better school?
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rasika
Hi,
I need a suggestion regarding MBA admission. I'm a international student from India. I got offers from Brunel MBA, Kingston MBA(2years), Coventry MBA, University of Aberdeen MBA. Pls give some insights for sorting down the best MBA program in terms of career perspective.

Considering new regulations in tier 4 student visa and brexit. How will be the job opportunities for January 2020 intake students???
[quote]Hi,
I need a suggestion regarding MBA admission. I'm a international student from India. I got offers from Brunel MBA, Kingston MBA(2years), Coventry MBA, University of Aberdeen MBA. Pls give some insights for sorting down the best MBA program in terms of career perspective.

Considering new regulations in tier 4 student visa and brexit. How will be the job opportunities for January 2020 intake students???[/quote]
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