Confused student.


I am a Moroccan student studying now chemical engineering. I am planning to finish my last year and then go abroad.

My short-time goal is to study and work in a foreign country. Since I have a good scientific basis with 8 months of work experience, I want to explore business and management fields.

I have chosen the UK as a destination. I did researches about many universities and this forum helped a lot with that. Finally , I applied to masters in management in 5 universities :
- LSE - MiM
- Warwick - MiM
- Cass - MiM
- Coventry - Global MBA.
- Bradford - MiM

The issue is that I received lately an opportunity to study in Finland and I am confused now. Whether is master's offered in Finland have the same reputation as UK's. Are they competitive worldwide ? Are they known by recruiters in other countries bar Finland?

Long story short , is a master in Finland ( best teaching) equal to a UK master in management and business ?

Thank you for any help and clarification.

I am a Moroccan student studying now chemical engineering. I am planning to finish my last year and then go abroad.

My short-time goal is to study and work in a foreign country. Since I have a good scientific basis with 8 months of work experience, I want to explore business and management fields.

I have chosen the UK as a destination. I did researches about many universities and this forum helped a lot with that. Finally , I applied to masters in management in 5 universities :
- LSE - MiM
- Warwick - MiM
- Cass - MiM
- Coventry - Global MBA.
- Bradford - MiM

The issue is that I received lately an opportunity to study in Finland and I am confused now. Whether is master's offered in Finland have the same reputation as UK's. Are they competitive worldwide ? Are they known by recruiters in other countries bar Finland?

Long story short , is a master in Finland ( best teaching) equal to a UK master in management and business ?

Thank you for any help and clarification.
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Duncan

I think this depends on the school, not the country. A MSc from Aalto is much better than an MBA from Coventry to anyone familiar with those schools.

I think this depends on the school, not the country. A MSc from Aalto is much better than an MBA from Coventry to anyone familiar with those schools.
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maury

Also, it depends on what you want to do with the degree after you graduate, and especially, where you want to end up after graduation. You can figure out where the schools are strong by looking for alumni and where they're working on LinkedIn. For instance, I looked for Aalto alumni on LinkedIn, and while the bulk of the grads were in Finland, there were some in places like Korea and Taiwan.

But Coventry seems to have a larger alumni network in general, with a stronger presence in India.

Also, it depends on what you want to do with the degree after you graduate, and especially, where you want to end up after graduation. You can figure out where the schools are strong by looking for alumni and where they're working on LinkedIn. For instance, I looked for Aalto alumni on LinkedIn, and while the bulk of the grads were in Finland, there were some in places like Korea and Taiwan.

But Coventry seems to have a larger alumni network in general, with a stronger presence in India.
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