Edinburgh VD Manchester


sri nesha
Hello,
I hold offers in MSc Marketing from Manchester and Trinity Dublin, MSc Strategic marketing from Cranfield and MSc Marketing and Business analysis from Edinburgh. I have narrowed it down to Manchester and Edinburgh. I hold a BSc in Mathematics. I would like to get into Market Research or Marketing Communications in the future. I am confused as to which Uni would suit me better. Edinburgh’s Course seems more relevant to my profile as I have a background in Mathematics but Manchester business school is more reputable.Any advice would be appreciated .
Thanks.

[Edited by sri nesha on Feb 13, 2020]

Hello,
I hold offers in MSc Marketing from Manchester and Trinity Dublin, MSc Strategic marketing from Cranfield and MSc Marketing and Business analysis from Edinburgh. I have narrowed it down to Manchester and Edinburgh. I hold a BSc in Mathematics. I would like to get into Market Research or Marketing Communications in the future. I am confused as to which Uni would suit me better. Edinburgh’s Course seems more relevant to my profile as I have a background in Mathematics but Manchester business school is more reputable.Any advice would be appreciated .
Thanks.
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Razors Edg...
I'm not sure if Manchester is necessarily more 'reputable' when compared to Edinburgh.

In face, Edinburgh's MiM program is ranked higher than Manchester's.

In other, broader rankings, they're pretty close.

I think that beyond relevance to your profile, you should also look at how well each school would work, vis-a-vis your career goals. Find out what graduates from each program have gone on to do, and see if those experiences match up with your goals (or not).
I'm not sure if Manchester is necessarily more 'reputable' when compared to Edinburgh.

In face, Edinburgh's MiM program is ranked higher than Manchester's.

In other, broader rankings, they're pretty close.

I think that beyond relevance to your profile, you should also look at how well each school would work, vis-a-vis your career goals. Find out what graduates from each program have gone on to do, and see if those experiences match up with your goals (or not).
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