uk b-school list for jan/Feb intake


Hi folks, i need a little help or suggestion from your end

i am an uk mba aspirant having 4.6 yrs experience in IT Field and 2+ experience in running own business, i have a good academic record B.E comp sci with 70%
i want to do general MBA from uk university , i am not in condition to take gmat as i am running out of time and my current age is 30, i missed the sept 2011 intakes by uk universities

my problem is that is there any good university in which i can get admission in jan or feb 2012 intakes, if any please suggest me.

i talked to one of consultancy they suggest me

1..salford university
2...RGU(robert gordon university)
3.. Aberstywth

or should i have to wait for sep2012 intake?
i m seeking some decent univ.
Hi folks, i need a little help or suggestion from your end

i am an uk mba aspirant having 4.6 yrs experience in IT Field and 2+ experience in running own business, i have a good academic record B.E comp sci with 70%
i want to do general MBA from uk university , i am not in condition to take gmat as i am running out of time and my current age is 30, i missed the sept 2011 intakes by uk universities

my problem is that is there any good university in which i can get admission in jan or feb 2012 intakes, if any please suggest me.

i talked to one of consultancy they suggest me

1..salford university
2...RGU(robert gordon university)
3.. Aberstywth

or should i have to wait for sep2012 intake?
i m seeking some decent univ.
quote
Duncan
I just searched for UK MBAs with a spring start (http://bit.ly/qEyp7c) and got these locations:
* Aberdeen (1)
* Berkhamsted (1)
* Buckingham (1)
* Coventry (2)
* Cranfield (1)
* Derby (1)
* Dundee (2)
* Edinburgh (2)
* Glasgow (4)
* Guildford (1)
* Hatfield (1)
* Lampeter (1)
* Lancaster (1)
* Liverpool (2)
* London (14)
* Luton (1)
* Northampton (1)
* Norwich (2)
* Oxford (1)
* Pontypridd (1)
* Sheffield (2)
* Southampton (2)

PS I'm not sure how accurate that website is, but it's a start. Of the schools it lists, the best are Ashridge, Brunel, Cranfield, Dundee, Royal Holloway, Southampton, Surrey and UEA.
I just searched for UK MBAs with a spring start (http://bit.ly/qEyp7c) and got these locations:
* Aberdeen (1)
* Berkhamsted (1)
* Buckingham (1)
* Coventry (2)
* Cranfield (1)
* Derby (1)
* Dundee (2)
* Edinburgh (2)
* Glasgow (4)
* Guildford (1)
* Hatfield (1)
* Lampeter (1)
* Lancaster (1)
* Liverpool (2)
* London (14)
* Luton (1)
* Northampton (1)
* Norwich (2)
* Oxford (1)
* Pontypridd (1)
* Sheffield (2)
* Southampton (2)

PS I'm not sure how accurate that website is, but it's a start. Of the schools it lists, the best are Ashridge, Brunel, Cranfield, Dundee, Royal Holloway, Southampton, Surrey and UEA.
quote
maubia
http://www.som.cranfield.ac.uk/som/p15928/Programmes-and-Executive-Development/MBA/Your-programme/Modes-of-study


Cranfield has an intake just on September
http://www.som.cranfield.ac.uk/som/p15928/Programmes-and-Executive-Development/MBA/Your-programme/Modes-of-study


Cranfield has an intake just on September
quote
Duncan
Yes, that website isn't quite right. I think in this case it is referring to Cranfield's modular MBA (http://www.mastersportal.eu/students/browse/programme/9423/mba.html) I know that some schools with two-year modular MBAs will sometimes allow students to complete it full-time in London (Warwick, for example, allows that).
Yes, that website isn't quite right. I think in this case it is referring to Cranfield's modular MBA (http://www.mastersportal.eu/students/browse/programme/9423/mba.html) I know that some schools with two-year modular MBAs will sometimes allow students to complete it full-time in London (Warwick, for example, allows that).
quote
As i am not able to find any good university and i think its better for me to wait...so two purpose will be solve by this
1...i will get sufficient time to study and have time to gmat
2...i will get a good university.

well, if any one find any good university they can mention here it will help others in their finding.
As i am not able to find any good university and i think its better for me to wait...so two purpose will be solve by this
1...i will get sufficient time to study and have time to gmat
2...i will get a good university.

well, if any one find any good university they can mention here it will help others in their finding.
quote
maubia
Erasmus BS and Edhec have an intake in Jan .... Just back from Holland and I must admit the quality of life there is very high.
Erasmus BS and Edhec have an intake in Jan .... Just back from Holland and I must admit the quality of life there is very high.
quote
donho199
Bradford is missing, probablby the most high profile mba in uk have the jan opening
Bradford is missing, probablby the most high profile mba in uk have the jan opening
quote
shyam p
dear duncan
its diificult to find uni. for freshers mba. coz evry uni has wriiten work ex. in there admission criteria... can u pls short list some... feb intake uni. withought wor ex. for freshers mba....
dear duncan
its diificult to find uni. for freshers mba. coz evry uni has wriiten work ex. in there admission criteria... can u pls short list some... feb intake uni. withought wor ex. for freshers mba....
quote
Duncan
Hi Shyam, read this: http://www.find-mba.com/board/21897
Hi Shyam, read this: http://www.find-mba.com/board/21897
quote
ezra
If you find an MBA program that doesn't require work experience, it probably won't be a valuable experience. An MBA is only valuable if it builds on existing work and leadership skills.

dear duncan
its diificult to find uni. for freshers mba. coz evry uni has wriiten work ex. in there admission criteria... can u pls short list some... feb intake uni. withought wor ex. for freshers mba....
If you find an MBA program that doesn't require work experience, it probably won't be a valuable experience. An MBA is only valuable if it builds on existing work and leadership skills.

<blockquote>dear duncan
its diificult to find uni. for freshers mba. coz evry uni has wriiten work ex. in there admission criteria... can u pls short list some... feb intake uni. withought wor ex. for freshers mba....</blockquote>
quote
Duncan
Plus with an accredited MBA you will improve your written English.
Plus with an accredited MBA you will improve your written English.
quote
ezra
The rest of us can only hope...

Plus with an accredited MBA you will improve your written English.
The rest of us can only hope...

<blockquote>Plus with an accredited MBA you will improve your written English.</blockquote>
quote
Duncan
I even learnt how to use 'whom' correctly. 50K well spent.
I even learnt how to use 'whom' correctly. 50K well spent.
quote
Mamit
I would suggest you to go for MSc program if you dont have work exp however if you still would like to go for an MBA there are few universities offering MBA without Work Exp.
1 University of Wales Institute , Cardiff (UWIC)

2 University of Wales, Newport

3 University of Lincoln



4 University of Gloucestershire

5 Coventry University - London Campus

6 Leeds Metropolitan University

7 University of Stirling - Only for Engineers


8 Liverpool John Moores University

9 University of Greenwich

10 Univerity of West London
11. University of Bedfordshire
I would suggest you to go for MSc program if you dont have work exp however if you still would like to go for an MBA there are few universities offering MBA without Work Exp.
1 University of Wales Institute , Cardiff (UWIC)

2 University of Wales, Newport

3 University of Lincoln



4 University of Gloucestershire

5 Coventry University - London Campus

6 Leeds Metropolitan University

7 University of Stirling - Only for Engineers


8 Liverpool John Moores University

9 University of Greenwich

10 Univerity of West London
11. University of Bedfordshire



quote
Leeds Metropolitan University has an January intake and May intake in 2012. We also offer a pre MBA to students to upgrade English and study skills. Leeds Metroplitan University has a focus in International Employabilty. Contact [email protected]
Leeds Metropolitan University has an January intake and May intake in 2012. We also offer a pre MBA to students to upgrade English and study skills. Leeds Metroplitan University has a focus in International Employabilty. Contact [email protected]
quote
maubia
http://www.lmu.ac.uk/

opening your website it's difficult to think to a business school.
Could you supply some figures to prove your "focus in International Employabilty" ?
http://www.lmu.ac.uk/

opening your website it's difficult to think to a business school.
Could you supply some figures to prove your "focus in International Employabilty" ?
quote
Duncan
I think it's a positive spin on the idea that the students fail to find work in the UK and must return to their home country. http://www.leedsmet.ac.uk/fbl/MBA_and_executive_MBA.htm
I think it's a positive spin on the idea that the students fail to find work in the UK and must return to their home country. http://www.leedsmet.ac.uk/fbl/MBA_and_executive_MBA.htm
quote
No positive spin, just actual stats produced by QS -who run MBA fairs and produce reports regarding MBA employment.
They state that growth in MBA employment is in Asia rather than Western Europe.
No positive spin, just actual stats produced by QS -who run MBA fairs and produce reports regarding MBA employment.
They state that growth in MBA employment is in Asia rather than Western Europe.
quote
We re validated last year this is our first cohort but will happily supply figures in the future.
We re validated last year this is our first cohort but will happily supply figures in the future.
quote
Duncan
Are you willing to put a bet on that? I don't think any of the graduate entry MBAs in the UK publish placement reports, and that is because their outcomes are very similar to those of regular MSc graduates. I cannot see any way for an unaccredited MBA in a former polytechnic with no dedicated careers team or alumni network to get outcomes for students that are substantially different from their peers. Let me know what success at international employment looks like, and how that differs from other programmes.
Are you willing to put a bet on that? I don't think any of the graduate entry MBAs in the UK publish placement reports, and that is because their outcomes are very similar to those of regular MSc graduates. I cannot see any way for an unaccredited MBA in a former polytechnic with no dedicated careers team or alumni network to get outcomes for students that are substantially different from their peers. Let me know what success at international employment looks like, and how that differs from other programmes.
quote

Reply to Post

Related Business Schools

Bradford, United Kingdom 39 Followers 357 Discussions
Norwich, United Kingdom 5 Followers 20 Discussions
Cheltenham, United Kingdom 3 Followers 3 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 11 Followers 26 Discussions
Luton, United Kingdom 5 Followers 25 Discussions
Salford, United Kingdom 5 Followers 15 Discussions
Southampton, United Kingdom 7 Followers 55 Discussions
Stirling, United Kingdom 10 Followers 25 Discussions
Surrey, United Kingdom 9 Followers 47 Discussions
Liverpool, United Kingdom 6 Followers 17 Discussions
Lincoln, United Kingdom 3 Followers 8 Discussions
Aberystwyth, United Kingdom 1 Follower 11 Discussions
Leeds, United Kingdom 3 Followers 10 Discussions
Middlesex, United Kingdom 15 Followers 99 Discussions
Aberdeen, United Kingdom 39 Followers 84 Discussions
Nice, France 28 Followers 122 Discussions
Bedford, United Kingdom 39 Followers 323 Discussions
Egham, United Kingdom 7 Followers 39 Discussions
Rotterdam, Netherlands 70 Followers 202 Discussions
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom 9 Followers 76 Discussions
Pontypridd, United Kingdom 6 Followers 19 Discussions

Hot Discussions