Kingston University prospects for students


Does anyone know how are the job placements or business success rates of students passing out from Kingston University UK or those who have done their MBA's from the university?
I have been offered a place at the university.

What salary do they draw after course completion.


University charges £23000 pounds and could to be one of the very theoretical MBA's, I think.


Also, the university asks for a blank mandate (credit/debit cards)while paying their fees online , I am finding this odd


Does anyone know if it is safe to do so and go ahead with payments? I suppose university will only deduct the required fees of the year if everything is alright.


University is AMBA certified and AASCA certified and is a TOP 40 London university.


KU students and others appreciate your comments.

[Edited by Sukirti Muktibodh on Apr 24, 2021]

Does anyone know how are the job placements or business success rates of students passing out from Kingston University UK or those who have done their MBA's from the university?<br>I have been offered a place at the university.<br>
What salary do they draw after course completion.<br><br>
University charges £23000 pounds and could to be one of the very theoretical MBA's, I think.<br><br>
Also, the university asks for a blank mandate (credit/debit cards)while paying their fees online , I am finding this odd<br><br>
Does anyone know if it is safe to do so and go ahead with payments? I suppose university will only deduct the required fees of the year if everything is alright.<br><br>
University is AMBA certified and AASCA certified and is a TOP 40 London university.<br><br><br>KU students and others appreciate your comments.
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Duncan

Being one of the top 40 universities in London is like being in the top 200 countries in the UN. I don't think Kingston makes any claim to be able to place most non-resident students into work after MBA. A teaching oriented former polytechnic with little world class research activity is unlikely to be highly theoretical, it's just not very soft skills oriented.

Being one of the top 40 universities in London is like being in the top 200 countries in the UN. I don't think Kingston makes any claim to be able to place most non-resident students into work after MBA. A teaching oriented former polytechnic with little world class research activity is unlikely to be highly theoretical, it's just not very soft skills oriented.
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The comparison puts things in perspective.There is a 1 year placement program  from the university, so  it would be great to have some recent updates from people placed. Quite a lot of assessment work during the program, hence I think theorectical. Thanks for your reply.

The comparison puts things in perspective.There is a 1 year placement program &nbsp;from the university, so &nbsp;it would be great to have some recent updates from people placed. Quite a lot of assessment work during the program, hence I think theorectical. Thanks for your reply.
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Duncan

I would imagine that the student needs to secure the temporary placement. I think a better school with a proven record of permanent placement would be better. 

I would imagine that the student needs to secure the temporary placement. I think a better school with a proven record of permanent placement would be better.&nbsp;
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