Master programs in Australia and UK


Anushka

Hi,

I have work experience of 2 years as a consultant in the finance operations domain with a startup in India. I want to switch to a strategy and business management consulting role as a mid-level associate/analyst. I have an IELTS score of 7.5 and no Gmat score yet. My top offers are from warwick business school for msc business and finance program, university of manchester for msc finance, university of sydney for master of commerce program, macquaire university for master in business analytics, mba international from deakin (with some financial aid). few queries- 1. which program would land a better chance for employability in the area of interest; 2. In case i want to pursue another intake with a gmat score (targetting 680+) please recommend a few programs to look into; chances for immigration and return on investment will be a considerable factor

Many thanks!

Hi,

I have work experience of 2 years as a consultant in the finance operations domain with a startup in India. I want to switch to a strategy and business management consulting role as a mid-level associate/analyst. I have an IELTS score of 7.5 and no Gmat score yet. My top offers are from warwick business school for msc business and finance program, university of manchester for msc finance, university of sydney for master of commerce program, macquaire university for master in business analytics, mba international from deakin (with some financial aid). few queries- 1. which program would land a better chance for employability in the area of interest; 2. In case i want to pursue another intake with a gmat score (targetting 680+) please recommend a few programs to look into; chances for immigration and return on investment will be a considerable factor

Many thanks!
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Duncan

This is a choice between Britain and Australia. Australia's employment and job vacancy rates are close to record levels, indicating a real labour shortage. In terms of the path or permanent residency, Australia wins. In terms of macroeconomic factors, I think it's a hard choice. But it's not a choice about degrees. 

This is a choice between Britain and Australia. Australia's employment and job vacancy rates are close to record levels, indicating a real labour shortage. In terms of the path or permanent residency, Australia wins. In terms of macroeconomic factors, I think it's a hard choice. But it's not a choice about degrees. 
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Sam_F

When comparing MBA programs in Australia and the UK, there are several factors to consider. Australia boasts top-ranked institutions like Australian Graduate School of Management and Melbourne Business School, while the UK is home to renowned business schools like London Business School and Saïd Business School. Considerations such as tuition fees, living costs, scholarship opportunities, proximity to potential job markets, visa regulations, and networking opportunities should be evaluated. Additionally, look into the curriculum, industry connections, alumni networks, and post-graduation work prospects in both countries to make an informed decision aligned with your career aspirations and personal circumstances.


<div>When comparing MBA programs in Australia and the UK, there are several factors to consider. Australia boasts top-ranked institutions like Australian Graduate School of Management and Melbourne Business School, while the UK is home to renowned business schools like London Business School and Saïd Business School. Considerations such as tuition fees, living costs, scholarship opportunities, proximity to potential job markets, visa regulations, and networking opportunities should be evaluated. Additionally, look into the curriculum, industry connections, alumni networks, and post-graduation work prospects in both countries to make an informed decision aligned with your career aspirations and personal circumstances.<br></div><div><br></div><div>
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