Logistics and supply chain management


I have got 3 offer letters for MSc in supply chain management from
1. Cranfield University
2. University of Queensland
3. Aukland University of technology
I am in a extreme confusion which one to choose, I am also looking forward to work in the same country where I'm taking up my master's, so which one would be suitable.
Thanks in advance

I have got 3 offer letters for MSc in supply chain management from
1. Cranfield University
2. University of Queensland
3. Aukland University of technology
I am in a extreme confusion which one to choose, I am also looking forward to work in the same country where I'm taking up my master's, so which one would be suitable.
Thanks in advance
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StuartHE

I suggest you ask these schools what percentage of international students in the last batch found work in the country. The unemployment rate in Queensland is rather high. 

I suggest you ask these schools what percentage of international students in the last batch found work in the country. The unemployment rate in Queensland is rather high. 
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laurie

What are your goals? (In terms of industry, business function, type of firm you are looking to work in, etc.)

Based on those goals, you should see what kinds of careers would be possible in the locations those schools are in. Australia is a huge country, and you'd probably be somewhat limited to jobs in the actual region where you are studying. Cranfield might be a bit better along these lines (it's like a 1.5 - 2 hour train ride to either London or Birmingham so networking / events / interviews in those places and others would certainly be possible). 

What are your goals? (In terms of industry, business function, type of firm you are looking to work in, etc.)<br><br>Based on those goals, you should see what kinds of careers would be possible in the locations those schools are in. Australia is a huge country, and you'd probably be somewhat limited to jobs in the actual region where you are studying. Cranfield might be a bit better along these lines (it's like a 1.5 - 2 hour train ride to either London or Birmingham so networking / events / interviews in those places and others would certainly be possible).&nbsp;
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