MBA at UK ?


Shubham

Hi ,



I am a non EU citizen and have been accepted into Strathclyde and Edinburgh MBA program for the September 2021 intake . I am still skeptical whether to pursue MBA in UK due to brexit ( COVID as well ) and its effects on businesses across the UK and Scotland . Can someone please enlighten me on this and possibly give their views as well . Should I defer the course for an year or consider to apply in other countries as well

[Edited by Shubham on Jan 25, 2021]

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I am a non EU citizen and have been accepted into Strathclyde and Edinburgh MBA program for the September 2021 intake . I am still skeptical whether to pursue MBA in UK due to brexit ( COVID as well ) and its effects on businesses across the UK and Scotland . Can someone please enlighten me on this and possibly give their views as well . Should I defer the course for an year or consider to apply in other countries as well
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Duncan

It all depends on your goals. These are very different programs, with very different students. 

It all depends on your goals. These are very different programs, with very different students.&nbsp;
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Razors Edg...

Generally speaking, if you don't speak any other European languages, but want to transition into Europe, the UK is probably the best place to do it, even with Brexit. Irish schools would be an option too. 

At this point, it's impossible to say (in terms of Covid) what the job situation will be like in a year (and even less, how that would compare to next year). 

Generically speaking, maybe a slight edge for Edinburgh? Just given its current FT ranking. But I would take even that with a grain of salt at this point, with all the variables right now. 

Generally speaking, if you don't speak any other European languages, but want to transition into Europe, the UK is probably the best place to do it, even with Brexit. Irish schools would be an option too.&nbsp;<br><br>At this point, it's impossible to say (in terms of Covid) what the job situation will be like in a year (and even less, how that would compare to next year).&nbsp;<br><br>Generically speaking, maybe a slight edge for Edinburgh? Just given its current FT ranking. But I would take even that with a grain of salt at this point, with all the variables right now.&nbsp;
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