Fresher mba or msc


prank
I am a fresh graduate from India and would like to pursue MBA or Msc in UK/Ireland .Could you provide me with some good schools which recruit people with no work experience and gmat. I found some schools like bradford,durham,edinburg,smurfit for msc and cardiff for mba. I am not sure which one is more good.My plan is too stay and work in UK for couple of years to recover my educational expenses and then go back to my country.I know these are not strong options but which one would be the best?
I am a fresh graduate from India and would like to pursue MBA or Msc in UK/Ireland .Could you provide me with some good schools which recruit people with no work experience and gmat. I found some schools like bradford,durham,edinburg,smurfit for msc and cardiff for mba. I am not sure which one is more good.My plan is too stay and work in UK for couple of years to recover my educational expenses and then go back to my country.I know these are not strong options but which one would be the best?
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Duncan
Don't do a Freshers MBA. Take a look at Which MSc's are better than pre-experience 'Freshers' MBAs? www.find-mba.com/board/22783 and Why freshers' MBAs are worse than MiM degrees from better schools http://www.find-mba.com/board/38133
Don't do a Freshers MBA. Take a look at Which MSc's are better than pre-experience 'Freshers' MBAs? www.find-mba.com/board/22783 and Why freshers' MBAs are worse than MiM degrees from better schools http://www.find-mba.com/board/38133
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prank
yup i saw that but my question is if i do msc from schools which are ranked in lower part ,would it be worth?..the best among them for international mobility is bradford..how you consider it? also durham is ranked a bit higher
yup i saw that but my question is if i do msc from schools which are ranked in lower part ,would it be worth?..the best among them for international mobility is bradford..how you consider it? also durham is ranked a bit higher
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Duncan
Yes, for me the choice would be between Bradford and Durham unless you are Irish. Durham's 91% employment and 70% reporting is a very hopeful data point. For placement services and aims achieved the schools are very similar. Personally I think the ACCA accreditation of Bradford's course could give a useful 'safety blanket'.
Yes, for me the choice would be between Bradford and Durham unless you are Irish. Durham's 91% employment and 70% reporting is a very hopeful data point. For placement services and aims achieved the schools are very similar. Personally I think the ACCA accreditation of Bradford's course could give a useful 'safety blanket'.
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prank
Thanks Duncan your advice is always perfect..
Thanks Duncan your advice is always perfect..
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