Warwick vs Alliance mbs (Msc. Marketing)


kermit

Hi! I'm an international student looking to pursue an Msc. Marketing degree in the UK. I'm a little confused between Warwick and Alliance Mbs in particular. What are my employment prospects after graduating from these institutions? I'd really like to stay in the UK after graduation, and with the new graduate route visa, I am a bit more hopeful.

However, which of these degrees would be more internationally recognised? (In case I end up having to change countries or return to my home country)

An overall comparison would also be really helpful! Thank you!

Hi! I'm an international student looking to pursue an Msc. Marketing degree in the UK. I'm a little confused between Warwick and Alliance Mbs in particular. What are my employment prospects after graduating from these institutions? I'd really like to stay in the UK after graduation, and with the new graduate route visa, I am a bit more hopeful.

However, which of these degrees would be more internationally recognised? (In case I end up having to change countries or return to my home country)

An overall comparison would also be really helpful! Thank you!
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StuartHE

Recognition in your home country really depends on which schools have the most alumni there. In the UK, the Warwick MSc is a much more valuable qualification: https://rankings.ft.com/rankings/2847/masters-in-management-2020 

Recognition in your home country really depends on which schools have the most alumni there. In the UK, the Warwick MSc is a much more valuable qualification: https://rankings.ft.com/rankings/2847/masters-in-management-2020 
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mba hipste...

I would lean slightly towards the Warwick program. Any reason why you are looking at the Marketing program and not the more general MSc Management? That program would probably have stronger career / salary growth, for most people. 

I would lean slightly towards the Warwick program. Any reason why you are looking at the Marketing program and not the more general MSc Management? That program would probably have stronger career / salary growth, for most people. 
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Razors Edg...

So the career report for the Warwick Msc Marketing & Strategy says that less than 10% of grads end up working in the UK. It's about 34% for the MSc Management grads. I'd say these numbers should point to the likelihood of making that jump.

Although Manchester doesn't make these stats available, I'd say that the Marketing program probably has similar placement stats. 

So the career report for the Warwick Msc Marketing &amp; Strategy says that less than 10% of grads end up working in the UK. It's about 34% for the MSc Management grads. I'd say these numbers should point to the likelihood of making that jump.<br><br>Although Manchester doesn't make these stats available, I'd say that the Marketing program probably has similar placement stats.&nbsp;
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