Value for Money MBA in UK


Hello,

I'm Balaji from India.

Degree: BE-EEE
Year of Completion : 2001
Work Experience :
Electrical Field : 6 Years
IT : 12 years (incl. Entrepreneurship for 4.5 years)
Current Role : Sales & Marketing of SAP Services.
GMAT Score : Nil.

I'm interested to do a MBA/MSc Program in UK to enhance my knowledge and post study work in UK for the next 3 to 5 years which helps to position myself for leadership positions in future. I'm looking for a value for money MBA program in an accredited B-School/University like AMBA etc., I don't want to spend more than 20K GBP.

Kindly advise.

Thanks in advance.

Regards
Balaji

Hello,

I'm Balaji from India.

Degree: BE-EEE
Year of Completion : 2001
Work Experience :
Electrical Field : 6 Years
IT : 12 years (incl. Entrepreneurship for 4.5 years)
Current Role : Sales & Marketing of SAP Services.
GMAT Score : Nil.

I'm interested to do a MBA/MSc Program in UK to enhance my knowledge and post study work in UK for the next 3 to 5 years which helps to position myself for leadership positions in future. I'm looking for a value for money MBA program in an accredited B-School/University like AMBA etc., I don't want to spend more than 20K GBP.

Kindly advise.

Thanks in advance.

Regards
Balaji
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Duncan

Yes, at that fee level a specialised MSc at Alliance Manchester, Bath, City, Henley, or Lancaster could be affordable.

Yes, at that fee level a specialised MSc at Alliance Manchester, Bath, City, Henley, or Lancaster could be affordable.
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Hello Duncan, 

Thanks for your immediate reply. Highly appreciated. 

I've found, 
Brunel (MBA), 
Manchester Metropolitan (MSc Mgmt), 
University of Westminster with affordable Fees and Accreditation. 
Kindly share your views.

"Specialized MSc at Alliance Manchester, Bath, City, Henley, or Lancaster could be affordable" - Which specialization would your recommend for me. I've Sales/ERP Consulting and Project Management experience.  

Thanks again for your time and support.

Regards




Hello Duncan,&nbsp;<br><br>Thanks for your immediate reply. Highly appreciated.&nbsp;<br><br>I've found,&nbsp;<br>Brunel (MBA),&nbsp;<br>Manchester Metropolitan (MSc Mgmt),&nbsp;<br>University of Westminster with affordable Fees and Accreditation.&nbsp;<br>Kindly share your views.<br><br>"Specialized MSc at Alliance Manchester, Bath, City, Henley, or Lancaster could be affordable" - Which specialization would your recommend for me. I've Sales/ERP Consulting and Project Management experience.&nbsp;&nbsp;<br><br>Thanks again for your time and support.<br><br>Regards<br><br><br><br><br>
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Duncan

I think you should start from your goals and aptitude, not from courses. 

I think you should start from your goals and aptitude, not from courses.&nbsp;
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mba hipste...

1. Use the FT rankings and look only at the highest ranked schools you can get into, paying special attention to the "International Mobility" score (the higher ranked along these lines, the better.)

2. Don't worry so much about specialization, MBAs are general management degrees and specializations tend to be beside the point. 

1. Use the FT rankings and look only at the highest ranked schools you can get into, paying special attention to the "International Mobility" score (the higher ranked along these lines, the better.)<br><br>2. Don't worry so much about specialization, MBAs are general management degrees and specializations tend to be beside the point.&nbsp;
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Thank you. I will search for those ones.

Thank you. I will search for those ones.<br><br>
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Hello, 

Good day. 

I've received the MBA offer letter from Strathclyde. How good is Strathclyde in rankings. 

Please reply. 





1. Use the FT rankings and look only at the highest ranked schools you can get into, paying special attention to the "International Mobility" score (the higher ranked along these lines, the better.)

2. Don't worry so much about specialization, MBAs are general management degrees and specializations tend to be beside the point. 

Hello,&nbsp;<br><br>Good day.&nbsp;<br><br>I've received the MBA offer letter from Strathclyde. How good is Strathclyde in rankings.&nbsp;<br><br>Please reply.&nbsp;<br><br><br><br><br><br>[quote]1. Use the FT rankings and look only at the highest ranked schools you can get into, paying special attention to the "International Mobility" score (the higher ranked along these lines, the better.)<br><br>2. Don't worry so much about specialization, MBAs are general management degrees and specializations tend to be beside the point.&nbsp; [/quote]
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Duncan

Are you asking other people to search the rankings for the word Strathclyde? Are you not able to do this yourself? 

[Edited by Duncan on Sep 01, 2020]

Are you asking other people to search the rankings for the word Strathclyde? Are you not able to do this yourself?&nbsp;
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mba hipste...

The better questions are 'compared to which other schools?; or 'does this school fit with my career goals?'

The better questions are 'compared to which other schools?; or 'does this school fit with my career goals?'
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