supply and logistic management between Warwick and Cranfield


I am planning to study supply chain and logistic management in the UK ,I already got offer from Cranfield, but how to make a choice between Cranfield and Warwick WMG?

I am planning to study supply chain and logistic management in the UK ,I already got offer from Cranfield, but how to make a choice between Cranfield and Warwick WMG?
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Duncan

Search the board for WMG. For most students, a course that is designed as a full-time course, with a cohort, will be better. Cranfield also has the benefit of being a well-resourced business school.

Search the board for WMG. For most students, a course that is designed as a full-time course, with a cohort, will be better. Cranfield also has the benefit of being a well-resourced business school.
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Larry

What do you want to do with that degree? Tell us a bit about your career goals and maybe we can offer advice.

What do you want to do with that degree? Tell us a bit about your career goals and maybe we can offer advice.
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I want to study supply chain management ,then back to china, to be a retail supplier.work in supply chain department.

I want to study supply chain management ,then back to china, to be a retail supplier.work in supply chain department.
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Larry

If you want to work in China, why not study there? Or look for an international school that has a strong network in China, at the very least.

If you want to work in China, why not study there? Or look for an international school that has a strong network in China, at the very least.
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MBANovice

Hello Kaixin

I am not sure that I can help you with your question or not. But I would say you won't be regret choosing Cranfield. I have some friends studying in this program. They say it is quite tough (Cranfield is a TOUGH college - hardworking and loads of reading) but it offers a program which is highly regarded(you can check the ranking). Also, I think one of a good thing about Cranfield is that the instructors have a connection with the industry experts.

I have no opinion about WMG. But I guess you might want to look into each module of both colleges to compare you feel interested more.

Cheers

Hello Kaixin

I am not sure that I can help you with your question or not. But I would say you won't be regret choosing Cranfield. I have some friends studying in this program. They say it is quite tough (Cranfield is a TOUGH college - hardworking and loads of reading) but it offers a program which is highly regarded(you can check the ranking). Also, I think one of a good thing about Cranfield is that the instructors have a connection with the industry experts.

I have no opinion about WMG. But I guess you might want to look into each module of both colleges to compare you feel interested more.

Cheers
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Duncan

I can't emphasize enough that WMG doesn't have the business school's resources, and that the courses are not based on a cohort or a logical progression of courses. It's a buffet of week long modules, leaving you isolated and inactive for most of the year.

I can't emphasize enough that WMG doesn't have the business school's resources, and that the courses are not based on a cohort or a logical progression of courses. It's a buffet of week long modules, leaving you isolated and inactive for most of the year.
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Thank you all for your advices,I have paid the deposit to Cranfield university,I will study there


Thank you all for your advices,I have paid the deposit to Cranfield university,I will study there
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