Coventry Or Greenwich


Hello,

I had applied to Greenwich and Coventry for MBA in International Business. I have been accepted by both the universities. Could you please suggest which among these two are better?

Thank you.

[Edited by Devayani Urs on Mar 05, 2017]

Hello,

I had applied to Greenwich and Coventry for MBA in International Business. I have been accepted by both the universities. Could you please suggest which among these two are better?

Thank you.
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Duncan

I don't think there is a difference between the unaccredited schools with freshers MBAs. Why not apply for a better school's MSc?

I don't think there is a difference between the unaccredited schools with freshers MBAs. Why not apply for a better school's MSc?
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I want to do an MBA. Just wanted to know which among these two are better.

I want to do an MBA. Just wanted to know which among these two are better.
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Duncan

I don't think there's any meaningful difference between any of the freshers MBAs in the UK. They are simply cash cows for the former polytechnics aimed at international students who want to return to their own country. You would get a much better academic experience, and have some non-Asian classmates, on an MSc course at a better business school.

I don't think there's any meaningful difference between any of the freshers MBAs in the UK. They are simply cash cows for the former polytechnics aimed at international students who want to return to their own country. You would get a much better academic experience, and have some non-Asian classmates, on an MSc course at a better business school.
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sts

My humble advice would be just to get in touch with some alumni from both schools, try to learn about their experiences, career paths, and try to gather some information about the schools' visions and road maps. Do use Linkedin.

One more point: do keep away from prejudices and over-generalisations of all kinds. Higher education is not about just making a financial investment. Nor is it something to decide on by simply going through the FT list and picking one of the top something. Both of the UK unis you have been accepted are among the global top 800 according to THE world rankings 2016/17, which means they are among roughly top %5 globally. Yes, this matters. Yes, because business schools are part of the university.

Hope you go for the best school for you.

[Edited by sts on Mar 06, 2017]

My humble advice would be just to get in touch with some alumni from both schools, try to learn about their experiences, career paths, and try to gather some information about the schools' visions and road maps. Do use Linkedin.

One more point: do keep away from prejudices and over-generalisations of all kinds. Higher education is not about just making a financial investment. Nor is it something to decide on by simply going through the FT list and picking one of the top something. Both of the UK unis you have been accepted are among the global top 800 according to THE world rankings 2016/17, which means they are among roughly top %5 globally. Yes, this matters. Yes, because business schools are part of the university.

Hope you go for the best school for you.
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