Warwick Business School MSc international business


Hello,

I got accepted into Warwick Business School for MSc international business.

How is it as per career opportunities in the UK in consulting or finance for international students (considering a 2-year post-study work visa)? How is the employment rate at WBS?

Should I opt for it?

 My main concern is that I have heard negative reviews from the Indian community for career opportunities in the UK despite WBS is one of the top business schools in the UK. I come from a middle-class Indian family and will be taking an education loan. Hence, I am very much concerned.


Will WBS be able to provide me good career opportunities in the UK?

[Edited by Omkar Kulkarni on Jun 28, 2020]

Hello,<br>
I got accepted into Warwick Business School for MSc international business.<br>
How is it as per career opportunities in the UK in consulting or finance for international students (considering a 2-year post-study work visa)? How is the employment rate at WBS?<br>
Should I opt for it?<br><br>&nbsp;My main concern is that I have heard negative reviews from the Indian community for career opportunities in the UK despite WBS is one of the top business schools in the UK. I come from a middle-class Indian family and will be taking an education loan. Hence, I am very much concerned.<br><br>
Will WBS be able to provide me good career opportunities in the UK?
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Ghentuni

Hello,



I got accepted into Warwick Business School for MSc international business.



How is it as per career opportunities in the UK in consulting or finance for international students (considering a 2-year post-study work visa)? How is the employment rate at WBS?



Should I opt for it?

 My main concern is that I have heard negative reviews from the Indian community for career opportunities in the UK despite WBS is one of the top business schools in the UK. I come from a middle-class Indian family and will be taking an education loan. Hence, I am very much concerned.




Will WBS be able to provide me good career opportunities in the UK?

If you are taking a loan then it is not worth it. You will find it hard to repay it on your indian salary if you don't manage to find a job in  the UK. A Lot of my friends came back after they failed to find jobs in the UK after a degree from wbs, cass or imperial. Besides, times are tough due to covid and the wbs international business degree is not really quantitative in nature so it won't really add much in terms of technical skills.
If immigration is a concern then you can look at Canadian or Australian schools.

[Edited by Ghentuni on Jun 28, 2020]

[quote]Hello,<br><br><br>
I got accepted into Warwick Business School for MSc international business.<br><br><br>
How is it as per career opportunities in the UK in consulting or finance for international students (considering a 2-year post-study work visa)? How is the employment rate at WBS?<br><br><br>
Should I opt for it?<br><br>&nbsp;My main concern is that I have heard negative reviews from the Indian community for career opportunities in the UK despite WBS is one of the top business schools in the UK. I come from a middle-class Indian family and will be taking an education loan. Hence, I am very much concerned.<br><br><br><br>
Will WBS be able to provide me good career opportunities in the UK? [/quote]<br>If you are taking a loan then it is not worth it. You will find it hard to repay it on your indian salary if you don't manage to find a job in&nbsp; the UK. A Lot of my friends came back after they failed to find jobs in the UK after a degree from wbs, cass or imperial. Besides, times are tough due to covid and the wbs international business degree is not really quantitative in nature so it won't really add much in terms of technical skills.<br>If immigration is a concern then you can look at Canadian or Australian schools.
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Duncan

See the post called best MSC and MiM degrees for international students placement 

[Edited by Duncan on Jun 28, 2020]

See the post called best MSC and MiM degrees for international students placement&nbsp;
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Hello,



I got accepted into Warwick Business School for MSc international business.



How is it as per career opportunities in the UK in consulting or finance for international students (considering a 2-year post-study work visa)? How is the employment rate at WBS?



Should I opt for it?

 My main concern is that I have heard negative reviews from the Indian community for career opportunities in the UK despite WBS is one of the top business schools in the UK. I come from a middle-class Indian family and will be taking an education loan. Hence, I am very much concerned.




Will WBS be able to provide me good career opportunities in the UK?

If you are taking a loan then it is not worth it. You will find it hard to repay it on your indian salary if you don't manage to find a job in  the UK. A Lot of my friends came back after they failed to find jobs in the UK after a degree from wbs, cass or imperial. Besides, times are tough due to covid and the wbs international business degree is not really quantitative in nature so it won't really add much in terms of technical skills.
If immigration is a concern then you can look at Canadian or Australian schools.


Will it be difficult to find a job in the UK even though having a 2-year post study work visa for international students?

[quote][quote]Hello,<br><br><br>
I got accepted into Warwick Business School for MSc international business.<br><br><br>
How is it as per career opportunities in the UK in consulting or finance for international students (considering a 2-year post-study work visa)? How is the employment rate at WBS?<br><br><br>
Should I opt for it?<br><br>&nbsp;My main concern is that I have heard negative reviews from the Indian community for career opportunities in the UK despite WBS is one of the top business schools in the UK. I come from a middle-class Indian family and will be taking an education loan. Hence, I am very much concerned.<br><br><br><br>
Will WBS be able to provide me good career opportunities in the UK? [/quote]<br>If you are taking a loan then it is not worth it. You will find it hard to repay it on your indian salary if you don't manage to find a job in&nbsp; the UK. A Lot of my friends came back after they failed to find jobs in the UK after a degree from wbs, cass or imperial. Besides, times are tough due to covid and the wbs international business degree is not really quantitative in nature so it won't really add much in terms of technical skills.<br>If immigration is a concern then you can look at Canadian or Australian schools. [/quote]<br><br>Will it be difficult to find a job in the UK even though having a 2-year post study work visa for international students?
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Hello,



I got accepted into Warwick Business School for MSc international business.



How is it as per career opportunities in the UK in consulting or finance for international students (considering a 2-year post-study work visa)? How is the employment rate at WBS?



Should I opt for it?

 My main concern is that I have heard negative reviews from the Indian community for career opportunities in the UK despite WBS is one of the top business schools in the UK. I come from a middle-class Indian family and will be taking an education loan. Hence, I am very much concerned.




Will WBS be able to provide me good career opportunities in the UK?

If you are taking a loan then it is not worth it. You will find it hard to repay it on your indian salary if you don't manage to find a job in  the UK. A Lot of my friends came back after they failed to find jobs in the UK after a degree from wbs, cass or imperial. Besides, times are tough due to covid and the wbs international business degree is not really quantitative in nature so it won't really add much in terms of technical skills.
If immigration is a concern then you can look at Canadian or Australian schools.


Will it be difficult to find a job in the UK even though having a 2-year post study work visa for international students?

[quote][quote]Hello,<br><br><br>
I got accepted into Warwick Business School for MSc international business.<br><br><br>
How is it as per career opportunities in the UK in consulting or finance for international students (considering a 2-year post-study work visa)? How is the employment rate at WBS?<br><br><br>
Should I opt for it?<br><br>&nbsp;My main concern is that I have heard negative reviews from the Indian community for career opportunities in the UK despite WBS is one of the top business schools in the UK. I come from a middle-class Indian family and will be taking an education loan. Hence, I am very much concerned.<br><br><br><br>
Will WBS be able to provide me good career opportunities in the UK? [/quote]<br>If you are taking a loan then it is not worth it. You will find it hard to repay it on your indian salary if you don't manage to find a job in&nbsp; the UK. A Lot of my friends came back after they failed to find jobs in the UK after a degree from wbs, cass or imperial. Besides, times are tough due to covid and the wbs international business degree is not really quantitative in nature so it won't really add much in terms of technical skills.<br>If immigration is a concern then you can look at Canadian or Australian schools. [/quote]<br><br>Will it be difficult to find a job in the UK even though having a 2-year post study work visa for international students?
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Duncan

This depends on the course. 

This depends on the course.&nbsp;
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Larry

The work visa will make it somewhat less pressing to find a job after graduation, compared to what it's been like over the past few years.

However, the big picture still remains: the international students who study at the best / highest-ranked schools have better connections and better access to career services, and thus stand a better chance of getting a good job.

Those who study in lesser known programs / b-schools are at a major disadvantage and the choice becomes whether to stay and land a sub-optimal job or go back home. 

Ask the school for career statistics or at the very least an honest overview of the kinds of people who have successfully made the kind of transition you'll be going for. 

The work visa will make it somewhat less pressing to find a job after graduation, compared to what it's been like over the past few years.<br><br>However, the big picture still remains: the international students who study at the best / highest-ranked schools have better connections and better access to career services, and thus stand a better chance of getting a good job.<br><br>Those who study in lesser known programs / b-schools are at a major disadvantage and the choice becomes whether to stay and land a sub-optimal job or go back home.&nbsp;<br><br>Ask the school for career statistics or at the very least an honest overview of the kinds of people who have successfully made the kind of transition you'll be going for.&nbsp;
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