WARWICK MIM VS ESMT MIM


Shipali Ra...

I have got offers from both Warwick business school and ESMT Berlins masters in management program. Which one shall I go for? Which would provide me with better job opportunities and the overall expenses? (ps: I am from India )

I have got offers from both Warwick business school and ESMT Berlins masters in management program. Which one shall I go for? Which would provide me with better job opportunities and the overall expenses? (ps: I am from India )
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Duncan

Since most Indians don't speak German, I would recommend Warwick. It has lower salary, but much greater success at getting MiM alumni into work.

Since most Indians don't speak German, I would recommend Warwick. It has lower salary, but much greater success at getting MiM alumni into work.
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Shipali Ra...

Thank you for the post sir! :)
There are a few points which I also wanted to add here that I have scholarship from ESMT Berlin, not very significant in terms of the amount, but will that be any kind of an add on later period in terms of my CV during my job search?
And if I would remove the concern that German language is a barrier, what would be your pick among the 2 and could you also give me the factors you consider for the same?

Thank you for the post sir! :)
There are a few points which I also wanted to add here that I have scholarship from ESMT Berlin, not very significant in terms of the amount, but will that be any kind of an add on later period in terms of my CV during my job search?
And if I would remove the concern that German language is a barrier, what would be your pick among the 2 and could you also give me the factors you consider for the same?
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Duncan

I think it depends on your goals. Indians who write and speak German to a professional level prior to their masters are well positioned. Obviously you don't develop that fluency much at ESMT.

If your focus was in finding work, Warwick gives you a much higher chance of finding work.

I think it depends on your goals. Indians who write and speak German to a professional level prior to their masters are well positioned. Obviously you don't develop that fluency much at ESMT.

If your focus was in finding work, Warwick gives you a much higher chance of finding work.
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Shipali Ra...

Sir, also one more thing,I was also considering the UCD's MSc in Management course along with ESMT and Warwick! Would that be a better pick in terms of job opportunities and overall ROI compared to Warwick?

[Edited by Shipali Ranjan on Mar 24, 2020]

Sir, also one more thing,I was also considering the UCD's MSc in Management course along with ESMT and Warwick! Would that be a better pick in terms of job opportunities and overall ROI compared to Warwick?
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Duncan

It seems so. Go to http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2019 and add in the fields called Employment, International Mobility and Value.

It seems so. Go to http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2019 and add in the fields called Employment, International Mobility and Value.
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Shipali Ra...

but sir what would be ur personal opinion ... I have seen the rankings but still confused between the UCD and Warwick

but sir what would be ur personal opinion ... I have seen the rankings but still confused between the UCD and Warwick
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Duncan

I think the data clearly show that UCD is a better option for most students than the other schools. Personally, I would focus on my goals and not restrict myself to just the options that you have mentioned. Take a look at my profile page if you need a personal consultation, but please start from your goals rather than from a list of schools.

I think the data clearly show that UCD is a better option for most students than the other schools. Personally, I would focus on my goals and not restrict myself to just the options that you have mentioned. Take a look at my profile page if you need a personal consultation, but please start from your goals rather than from a list of schools.
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mba hipste...

If you are looking to work in UK / Ireland after you graduate, it's worth noting that that UCD program current has the best ranking for international mobility in the FT ranking.

For all intents and purposes, what this means is that a bigger proportion of UCD students are able to make that kind of transition (from abroad), than other schools.

However, I'm with Duncan - you haven't really clearly mentioned any sort of career goals, so until you do there is not much advice to be given other than the generic info that's already out there. Define your goals and then choose the program.

If you are looking to work in UK / Ireland after you graduate, it's worth noting that that UCD program current has the best ranking for international mobility in the FT ranking.

For all intents and purposes, what this means is that a bigger proportion of UCD students are able to make that kind of transition (from abroad), than other schools.

However, I'm with Duncan - you haven't really clearly mentioned any sort of career goals, so until you do there is not much advice to be given other than the generic info that's already out there. Define your goals and then choose the program.
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I agree that UCD's programme is ranked as the best for international mobility by FT MiM Rankings 2019, but it is to be noted that the ranked course is MSc in International Management, which has completely different requirements for entry and a whole different set of students when compared with the MSc in Management degree that was mentioned in the above query!
Undoubtedly, the Employment ranking of Warwick is definitely better than ESMT (as of 2019 FT rankings) but presently I don't think we can compare it with the MSc in Management course of UCD, as the data available in the FT rankings is of International Management!

I agree that UCD's programme is ranked as the best for international mobility by FT MiM Rankings 2019, but it is to be noted that the ranked course is MSc in International Management, which has completely different requirements for entry and a whole different set of students when compared with the MSc in Management degree that was mentioned in the above query!
Undoubtedly, the Employment ranking of Warwick is definitely better than ESMT (as of 2019 FT rankings) but presently I don't think we can compare it with the MSc in Management course of UCD, as the data available in the FT rankings is of International Management!
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Shipali Ra...

my career goal is to work in a consulting or Finance sector and I am presently an engineer!

[Edited by Shipali Ranjan on Mar 26, 2020]

my career goal is to work in a consulting or Finance sector and I am presently an engineer!
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