cranfield vs cass full time mba


asp_mba

Hi

I have an offer from both cass and cranfied MBA and i am now confused between the two. Any pointers with respect to studies , placements and salary would be a great help ...

Thanks in Advance !!

Hi

I have an offer from both cass and cranfied MBA and i am now confused between the two. Any pointers with respect to studies , placements and salary would be a great help ...

Thanks in Advance !!
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davidsmart

cass is better because of location. it lies in the central london where you will find so many tourist attractions, good tube connections and a great night life.

cass is better because of location. it lies in the central london where you will find so many tourist attractions, good tube connections and a great night life.
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ezra

I wouldn't use location as the sole determinant.

In general, Cranfield has the edge in terms of post-graduation salary and career service support.

What are your long-term career goals? If finance, Cass may have a slight edge (although it would be a tough call either way); but for most other fields (consulting and information technology, in particular,) I'd go with Cranfield.

It is kind of a pain to get to London from Cranfield - but I don't know how much that should be a consideration.

I wouldn't use location as the sole determinant.

In general, Cranfield has the edge in terms of post-graduation salary and career service support.

What are your long-term career goals? If finance, Cass may have a slight edge (although it would be a tough call either way); but for most other fields (consulting and information technology, in particular,) I'd go with Cranfield.

It is kind of a pain to get to London from Cranfield - but I don't know how much that should be a consideration.
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asp_mba

I am planning to go into consulting and would like to stay near London .

I have been told that travelling would be around 1 and a half hour but the demand of course would not allow me to travel up and down daily.

How about the placements at cass and cranfield in the current scenario?

I am planning to go into consulting and would like to stay near London .

I have been told that travelling would be around 1 and a half hour but the demand of course would not allow me to travel up and down daily.

How about the placements at cass and cranfield in the current scenario?
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maubia

cass is better because of location. it lies in the central london where you will find so many tourist attractions, good tube connections and a great night life.


are you a tourist agent?

<blockquote>cass is better because of location. it lies in the central london where you will find so many tourist attractions, good tube connections and a great night life.</blockquote>

are you a tourist agent?
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davidsmart

cass is better because of location. it lies in the central london where you will find so many tourist attractions, good tube connections and a great night life.


are you a tourist agent?


No I am not but spent good amount of time in london so if you need any help or if you plan to visit london in near future feel free to ask for any guidance

<blockquote><blockquote>cass is better because of location. it lies in the central london where you will find so many tourist attractions, good tube connections and a great night life.</blockquote>

are you a tourist agent?</blockquote>

No I am not but spent good amount of time in london so if you need any help or if you plan to visit london in near future feel free to ask for any guidance
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Duncan

For most students Cranfield is better. That's why the salaries for graduates are higher.

PS I do appreciate the point that Cass is in London but, for example, would one really say that CUNY is better for finance than Princeton because Princeton is 50 miles from Wall Street? Cranfield is also 50 miles from the city centre, and graduates from its MBA earn over 10K more than Cass alumni. Cass has four terms of teaching, allowing two terms for electives, rather than one at Cass.

For most students Cranfield is better. That's why the salaries for graduates are higher.

PS I do appreciate the point that Cass is in London but, for example, would one really say that CUNY is better for finance than Princeton because Princeton is 50 miles from Wall Street? Cranfield is also 50 miles from the city centre, and graduates from its MBA earn over 10K more than Cass alumni. Cass has four terms of teaching, allowing two terms for electives, rather than one at Cass.
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davidsmart

Just keep one thing in mind that Cranfield is like a village while Cass is based in the middle of global financial hub and offers a lot of activities outside studies.

Just keep one thing in mind that Cranfield is like a village while Cass is based in the middle of global financial hub and offers a lot of activities outside studies.
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Duncan

How about living in Milton Keynes or Bedford if there's some reason why you need to be close to London? Even if you live in London, you'll have a commute to Cass since there's little housing in the City. Living on Cranfield's campus will save you so much time! Also, don't imagine that you'll have a lot of activities outside the school: the MBA will eat up your life.

How about living in Milton Keynes or Bedford if there's some reason why you need to be close to London? Even if you live in London, you'll have a commute to Cass since there's little housing in the City. Living on Cranfield's campus will save you so much time! Also, don't imagine that you'll have a lot of activities outside the school: the MBA will eat up your life.
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