Lancaster Vs Bath Vs Edinburgh for MBA


Paritosh
Hi,
I have offer from the above three university for MBA and confused which one to select.
I have total work ex of 7 years with int exp of 3 years. Can you please assist.
Lancaster had a serious drop down to 70 in Global FT ranking this year and Edinburgh rose to 74. Bath again was able to make it back to the ranking and also offering internship for approx 4 months after course completion.
All confused , Please suggest

[Edited by Paritosh on Jan 30, 2018]

Hi,
I have offer from the above three university for MBA and confused which one to select.
I have total work ex of 7 years with int exp of 3 years. Can you please assist.
Lancaster had a serious drop down to 70 in Global FT ranking this year and Edinburgh rose to 74. Bath again was able to make it back to the ranking and also offering internship for approx 4 months after course completion.
All confused , Please suggest
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Duncan
What are your goals?
What are your goals?
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Paritosh
What are your goals?

I am looking for a future as an strategic consultant.
Also one point which i want to know is how is the alumini support of these college outside UK. As after doing some research, i a can see that currently it is very difficult for a Non UK citizen to find a job in Uk after course completion. therefore a strong alumini support outside UK will be of great help.
[quote]What are your goals?[/quote]
I am looking for a future as an strategic consultant.
Also one point which i want to know is how is the alumini support of these college outside UK. As after doing some research, i a can see that currently it is very difficult for a Non UK citizen to find a job in Uk after course completion. therefore a strong alumini support outside UK will be of great help.
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Duncan
I don't think there's a big difference between these schools. None of them have MBA programmes which are targetted by strategy firms, so their alumni in strategy firms will be mostly people with undergraduate degrees. I suggest you use LinkedIn to see which universities have the biggest alumni networks in the firms that interest you inside your target firms. Frankly, if you want to work in strategy consulting then probably Edinburgh is the best of these options, which they have a more senior cohort and higher salaries, but a better school would be very much better.
I don't think there's a big difference between these schools. None of them have MBA programmes which are targetted by strategy firms, so their alumni in strategy firms will be mostly people with undergraduate degrees. I suggest you use LinkedIn to see which universities have the biggest alumni networks in the firms that interest you inside your target firms. Frankly, if you want to work in strategy consulting then probably Edinburgh is the best of these options, which they have a more senior cohort and higher salaries, but a better school would be very much better.
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