Looking for MBA/Msc. Energy or Oil & Gas Management


Ali Tarin
I have 6 months work experiance, Can anyone suggest top Universities in terms of getting jobs (university placements or otherwise) after there Masters completion as an international student.
I did Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering from India in 2018, percentage is around 77%.
Some of my options are: University of Aberdeen, University of Dundee, Geneva Business School, RG Aberdeen. I am looking for September 2019 intake.

Thankyou
Ali
I have 6 months work experiance, Can anyone suggest top Universities in terms of getting jobs (university placements or otherwise) after there Masters completion as an international student.
I did Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering from India in 2018, percentage is around 77%.
Some of my options are: University of Aberdeen, University of Dundee, Geneva Business School, RG Aberdeen. I am looking for September 2019 intake.

Thankyou
Ali
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Duncan
RGU stands out. I have no idea what you would consider Geneva.
RGU stands out. I have no idea what you would consider Geneva.
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Ali Tarin
Thankyou for the info. Duncan. Also can you suggest is Msc. "Oil and Gas Enterprise Management" of University of Aberdeen better than the MBA Oil and gas management programme at Robert Gordan University, Aberdeen?

Also I am looking for Msc. Engineering Management courses any suggestions?
Thankyou for the info. Duncan. Also can you suggest is Msc. "Oil and Gas Enterprise Management" of University of Aberdeen better than the MBA Oil and gas management programme at Robert Gordan University, Aberdeen?

Also I am looking for Msc. Engineering Management courses any suggestions?
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Duncan
It all depends on your goals. RGU has a better business school than the University of Aberdeen.
It all depends on your goals. RGU has a better business school than the University of Aberdeen.
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Ali Tarin
But RGU needs atleast 3 years of full time work experiance. I have only 6 months work experiance. Can you suggest any other universities for MSc. Oil and gas Management or MBA Oil and gas management which require less than 1 year work experiance?
But RGU needs atleast 3 years of full time work experiance. I have only 6 months work experiance. Can you suggest any other universities for MSc. Oil and gas Management or MBA Oil and gas management which require less than 1 year work experiance?
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Duncan
You will not be able to get into a good European MBA with less work experience. You should attend an MSc instead if you want to work in Europe.
You will not be able to get into a good European MBA with less work experience. You should attend an MSc instead if you want to work in Europe.
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Ali Tarin
Thankyou for all the info. Duncan. Then I should also consider Ms. Oil and gas Management programme at University of Aberdeen, since there are many industries in that area. Job opportunities are good I guess.
Thankyou for all the info. Duncan. Then I should also consider Ms. Oil and gas Management programme at University of Aberdeen, since there are many industries in that area. Job opportunities are good I guess.
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Duncan
If an MSc is open to you at RGU, I think they will have better placement. The Aberdeen Business School MSc in Oil and Gas Accounting and Finance and MSc in Energy Management both look strong.
If an MSc is open to you at RGU, I think they will have better placement. The Aberdeen Business School MSc in Oil and Gas Accounting and Finance and MSc in Energy Management both look strong.
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mba hipste...
Edinburgh and Imperial also offer interesting energy MSc programs as well.
Edinburgh and Imperial also offer interesting energy MSc programs as well.
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Ali Tarin
I got an offer from RGU (Msc. Energy Management), University of Leicester (Masters in Engineering Management 1 + 1 year Industrial work) with £6,000 scholarship. Now waiting to get an offer from University of Sheffield (Msc. Energy Engineering with Industrial Management), UCL, KCL, University of Warwick, University of Birmingham, University of Edinburgh, Cardiff University (MBA) and some other Universities. All other Masters program are either Engineering Management/Technology Management or Engineering Business Management.

Which Universities do you suggest for International applicants getting good jobs in the UK with Good Graduate Employment.

Thankyou

[Edited by Ali Tarin on Jun 09, 2019]

I got an offer from RGU (Msc. Energy Management), University of Leicester (Masters in Engineering Management 1 + 1 year Industrial work) with £6,000 scholarship. Now waiting to get an offer from University of Sheffield (Msc. Energy Engineering with Industrial Management), UCL, KCL, University of Warwick, University of Birmingham, University of Edinburgh, Cardiff University (MBA) and some other Universities. All other Masters program are either Engineering Management/Technology Management or Engineering Business Management.

Which Universities do you suggest for International applicants getting good jobs in the UK with Good Graduate Employment.

Thankyou
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Duncan
I am not an expert in specialised MScs in engineering fields, but I guess that RGU will have the best UK prospects. The Cardiff MBA won't be a great option for that. At Warwick, I imagine you are considering one of the lightweight, modular degrees from the WMG: there's not good careers support there.
I am not an expert in specialised MScs in engineering fields, but I guess that RGU will have the best UK prospects. The Cardiff MBA won't be a great option for that. At Warwick, I imagine you are considering one of the lightweight, modular degrees from the WMG: there's not good careers support there.
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Razors Edg...
Since "Good Graduate Employment" is a core criteria for you, I would suggest looking very closely at what kind of career services these programs offer. Accredited / ranked MBA programs generally provide a very high level of career service, and as such can help graduates make solid career growth. I am not sure that this is the case for these kinds of specialized programs.
Since "Good Graduate Employment" is a core criteria for you, I would suggest looking very closely at what kind of career services these programs offer. Accredited / ranked MBA programs generally provide a very high level of career service, and as such can help graduates make solid career growth. I am not sure that this is the case for these kinds of specialized programs.
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