Please help me choose between the two below:
1. Lancaster (MSc Advanced Marketing Management)
2. Alliance Machester (MSc Business Analytics and Strategic Management)
I have a fairly good work experience in marketing and hence looking for an advanced programme that covers more than the basics of management. The Lancaster programme says it's meant for graduates with fairly good work experience even though the course module looks a little generic. Alliance MSc, it looks like is meant for fresh graduates. However I have seen Alliance rank much higher than Lancaster in most B School rankings like QS and Eduniversal.
So if I have to choose between the two, which one would you recommend based on my career goals:
1. Ease of finding a job post study. I am keen on joining a marketing consultancy or find a job in marketing with a reputed company.
2. In terms of recognition, are both these courses and universities at par or would you recommend one over the other.
Also is the Advanced Marketing Management at Lancaster really an advanced marketing programme in terms of curriculum or is it just a terminology given to the programme.
Any advice would be helpful.
[Edited by Rian L on Jun 07, 2021]