MBA 2021 FT


Hello,

I have received offers from the below universities for Full Time MBA program, Please help me to prioritize them :

1.University of Strathclyde
2.Lancaster
3. Aston
4. University of Birmingham
5. Leeds
6. Bath

Thankyou in advance for help!

Hello,

I have received offers from the below universities for Full Time MBA program, Please help me to prioritize them :

1.University of Strathclyde
2.Lancaster
3. Aston
4. University of Birmingham
5. Leeds
6. Bath

Thankyou in advance for help!
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Hello,

I have received offers from the below universities for Full Time MBA program, Please help me to prioritize them :

1.University of Strathclyde
2.Lancaster
3. Aston
4. University of Birmingham
5. Leeds
6. Bath

Thankyou in advance for help!


This largely depends on your post MBA career goals and overall profile. I will prioritize as 6>2>1>5>2

[quote]Hello,

I have received offers from the below universities for Full Time MBA program, Please help me to prioritize them :

1.University of Strathclyde
2.Lancaster
3. Aston
4. University of Birmingham
5. Leeds
6. Bath

Thankyou in advance for help! [/quote]<br><br>This largely depends on your post MBA career goals and overall profile. I will prioritize as 6&gt;2&gt;1&gt;5&gt;2<div><br></div><div>
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Razors Edg...

I'd probably look at Strathclyde and Birmingham closely. Think about your career goals. 

I'd probably look at Strathclyde and Birmingham closely. Think about your career goals.&nbsp;
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Duncan

It's impossible to give a better answer without knowing about goals. 

It's impossible to give a better answer without knowing about goals.&nbsp;
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It's impossible to give a better answer without knowing about goals. 


Hello Again, 

I have 6 years of experience into IT and I am looking for further experience into strategy or as a corporate consultant. I currently hold an offer from Bath, Leeds, Strathclyde , Aston, Birmingham and Lancaster. I am planning to take Lancaster as my first choice . Is my decision correct? Please suggest

















[quote]It's impossible to give a better answer without knowing about goals.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Hello Again,&nbsp;<br><br>I have 6 years of experience into IT and I am looking for further experience into strategy or as a corporate consultant. I currently hold an offer from Bath, Leeds, Strathclyde , Aston, Birmingham and Lancaster. I am planning to take Lancaster as my first choice . Is my decision correct? Please suggest<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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Duncan

Take a look at How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571

It seems to be that consultants with a Lancaster MBA tend to be in technology rather than strategy. If your focus is on IT firms, or IT teams in the big four accounting firms, then Lancaster is a good bet. However, the strategy consultancies really focus on the schools in the FT top 50, and especially the top 20. If you want to move from IT into strategy, you'll benefit from a better school. 

Take a look at How to use LinkedIn to find the best school&nbsp;www.find-mba.com/board/33571
<div><br>It seems to be that consultants with a Lancaster MBA tend to be in technology rather than strategy. If your focus is on IT firms, or IT teams in the big four accounting firms, then Lancaster is a good bet. However, the strategy consultancies really focus on the schools in the FT top 50, and especially the top 20. If you want to move from IT into strategy, you'll benefit from a better school.&nbsp;</div>
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Thanks a lot. Really helpful suggestion here.

Thanks a lot. Really helpful suggestion here.
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Razors Edg...

However, the strategy consultancies really focus on the schools in the FT top 50, and especially the top 20. If you want to move from IT into strategy, you'll benefit from a better school. 

Completely agree here. I'd say that if a top strategy consulting firm does hire from a school at Lancaster's level, it would be a very rare thing. 

[quote]<div>However, the strategy consultancies really focus on the schools in the FT top 50, and especially the top 20. If you want to move from IT into strategy, you'll benefit from a better school.&nbsp;</div> [/quote]<br>Completely agree here. I'd say that if a top strategy consulting firm does hire from a school at Lancaster's level, it would be a very rare thing.&nbsp;
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