Really confused : Pls help


Once again no real detail, are you stateing this is current or not? My suggestion would be, when interpretating data to give all the facts not just your perception. I would once again caution anyone when reading the above to read with caution and understand that the interpretation given is an individual's perception.
Once again no real detail, are you stateing this is current or not? My suggestion would be, when interpretating data to give all the facts not just your perception. I would once again caution anyone when reading the above to read with caution and understand that the interpretation given is an individual's perception.
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Duncan
PS One other source for facts is the government's Unistats service: http://unistats.direct.gov.uk/searchResults.do Comparing the data for the 300 or so masters programmes which come up when you search for "business" we can see that the percentage for LMU business school masters' graduates in employment over the last two years is 80%, below the median value of 85%. Bearing in mind that the LMU MBA costs around 10% than the MSc, it would be interesting to see how far one can introduce a real difference in the employment outcomes for students.

PPS Maria: when you ask about when the data are from, do you even know what LinkedIn is? By definition, and as I have said, the data are live. Borrow a credit card and sign up for a Pro account and you'll get great data actually contributed by LMU alumni.

PPPS. Go on, just one fact. A small one. Treat us.
PS One other source for facts is the government's Unistats service: http://unistats.direct.gov.uk/searchResults.do Comparing the data for the 300 or so masters programmes which come up when you search for "business" we can see that the percentage for LMU business school masters' graduates in employment over the last two years is 80%, below the median value of 85%. Bearing in mind that the LMU MBA costs around 10% than the MSc, it would be interesting to see how far one can introduce a real difference in the employment outcomes for students.

PPS Maria: when you ask about when the data are from, do you even know what LinkedIn is? By definition, and as I have said, the data are live. Borrow a credit card and sign up for a Pro account and you'll get great data actually contributed by LMU alumni.

PPPS. Go on, just one fact. A small one. Treat us.
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I think your comments say more about you than anything else and I will leave it to others to make their decision.
I think your comments say more about you than anything else and I will leave it to others to make their decision.
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Duncan
And my 650 other comments on the site also say something.

PS Just one fact. Go on, you know you want to ;-)
And my 650 other comments on the site also say something.

PS Just one fact. Go on, you know you want to ;-)
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anildaita
Anish, I'm a Leeds Met Alumni and would say Leeds Met MBA isn't worth a penny in the UK especially when you are considered as an International student. As a matter of fact, UK job market is quite competitive now and being an International student and passing out from the Universities list you mentioned doesn't give an edge. First, you can't find a work permit to stay back and work. Second, to find an employer to sponsor visa is quite Impossible.

If you are serious on studies and career progression, my sincere advice would be look at Tier1 Universities in the UK like:
Manchester Business School
London School of Economics and Political Sciences.
Oxford
Cambridge
Lancaster and other.

I don't mean that passing out from these Universities would land you in a perfect job. They cost a bomb but at least you can bank on their brand name, curriculum and the international exposure which are second to none.

Cheers.
Anish, I'm a Leeds Met Alumni and would say Leeds Met MBA isn't worth a penny in the UK especially when you are considered as an International student. As a matter of fact, UK job market is quite competitive now and being an International student and passing out from the Universities list you mentioned doesn't give an edge. First, you can't find a work permit to stay back and work. Second, to find an employer to sponsor visa is quite Impossible.

If you are serious on studies and career progression, my sincere advice would be look at Tier1 Universities in the UK like:
Manchester Business School
London School of Economics and Political Sciences.
Oxford
Cambridge
Lancaster and other.

I don't mean that passing out from these Universities would land you in a perfect job. They cost a bomb but at least you can bank on their brand name, curriculum and the international exposure which are second to none.

Cheers.
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