Manchester Alliance vs TUM Asia?


Krv04
1) Msc. Operations, Project and Supply chain Management
2) Msc Rail, Transport and Logistics

Interest: Logistics and Supply chain Management

I have received offers from both the aforementioned courses and need to make the final decision. Which one should I go for?

How is the graduate job prospects in both the countries for an international candidate (Indian) as I would be looking out for opportunities to gain international perspective, after my graduation.?

Thanks and regards
1) Msc. Operations, Project and Supply chain Management
2) Msc Rail, Transport and Logistics

Interest: Logistics and Supply chain Management

I have received offers from both the aforementioned courses and need to make the final decision. Which one should I go for?

How is the graduate job prospects in both the countries for an international candidate (Indian) as I would be looking out for opportunities to gain international perspective, after my graduation.?

Thanks and regards
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Manchester.

I would say that you may be able to extrapolate career outcomes from looking at the school's stats in the FT Master in Management ranking (keeping in mind that your program is obviously more specialized).

The salary level for the MiM program is around $53k three years out. International mobility is middling. Obviously going to a better school - Imperial, Cass, LBS - would give you better outcomes.
Manchester.

I would say that you may be able to extrapolate career outcomes from looking at the school's stats in the FT Master in Management ranking (keeping in mind that your program is obviously more specialized).

The salary level for the MiM program is around $53k three years out. International mobility is middling. Obviously going to a better school - Imperial, Cass, LBS - would give you better outcomes.
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