good business schools for marketing in uk


juls
Hi everyone,

I know this is not really the right forum to ask for opinions in MSc marketing, anyhow I give it a try.
I want to apply for a master's degree I'm marketing in the uk. I haven't studied business related subjects in my bachelor.
I am considering to apply at the following business schools:
Aston
Henley
Cranfield
Leeds
Manchester

Has anyone studied at any of these business schools? Does anyone know how good the mrkt program is?
Please help me.
I really want o get the most out of this huge investment and I wan't to avoid to stick with students who just wanna have one year of holiday or end up in a b school which just has good reputation but substandard teaching.
Thank you all in advance.

[Edited by juls on Apr 12, 2016]

Hi everyone,

I know this is not really the right forum to ask for opinions in MSc marketing, anyhow I give it a try.
I want to apply for a master's degree I'm marketing in the uk. I haven't studied business related subjects in my bachelor.
I am considering to apply at the following business schools:
Aston
Henley
Cranfield
Leeds
Manchester

Has anyone studied at any of these business schools? Does anyone know how good the mrkt program is?
Please help me.
I really want o get the most out of this huge investment and I wan't to avoid to stick with students who just wanna have one year of holiday or end up in a b school which just has good reputation but substandard teaching.
Thank you all in advance.
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Duncan
I studied at Manchester and Henley. These are good schools. I think Cranfield, Lancaster and Birmingham are better. Warwick and Imperial seem good for marketing consultancy. I would also mention the MSc in marketing analytics at the University of Edinburgh business school (where I teach): that's a distinctive programme which is very interesting.
I studied at Manchester and Henley. These are good schools. I think Cranfield, Lancaster and Birmingham are better. Warwick and Imperial seem good for marketing consultancy. I would also mention the MSc in marketing analytics at the University of Edinburgh business school (where I teach): that's a distinctive programme which is very interesting.
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juls
Hi Duncan,

thank you for you reply.
What chances do I have to be accepted into the programme (MSc in marketing analytics at the University of Edinburgh business school) if haven't studied business in my bachelor?
According to you Cranfield, Lancaster and Birmingham are better. By Birmingham you mean Aston Business School in Birmingham or Birmingham University?
I had a look also at the programme at Lancaster, but I can only apply for the "Msc Marketing", which seems a little too generic to me (core modules: marketing, markets and consumers?)
I also wanted to ask whether it is important to choose a triple accredited school. To my mind, the most import thing is that the programme is CIM accredited.
Thank you.
Hi Duncan,

thank you for you reply.
What chances do I have to be accepted into the programme (MSc in marketing analytics at the University of Edinburgh business school) if haven't studied business in my bachelor?
According to you Cranfield, Lancaster and Birmingham are better. By Birmingham you mean Aston Business School in Birmingham or Birmingham University?
I had a look also at the programme at Lancaster, but I can only apply for the "Msc Marketing", which seems a little too generic to me (core modules: marketing, markets and consumers?)
I also wanted to ask whether it is important to choose a triple accredited school. To my mind, the most import thing is that the programme is CIM accredited.
Thank you.
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Duncan
According to the website you need "a very good Honours degree in a numerate or quantitative subject area" so many STEM fields are also good.

I mean the University of Birmingham.

At Lancaster, I mean the MSc in Advanced Marketing Management.

Many schools have CIM accreditation, and it's useful, but the ranked and triple crown schools have better placement.
According to the website you need "a very good Honours degree in a numerate or quantitative subject area" so many STEM fields are also good.

I mean the University of Birmingham.

At Lancaster, I mean the MSc in Advanced Marketing Management.

Many schools have CIM accreditation, and it's useful, but the ranked and triple crown schools have better placement.
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juls
Thank you
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