Which one would you prefer: Uni Bristol Management., UWS MBA or Ulster Internat Buss.


Termin

Hi,

I am a graduate of B.A in Languages and have been working in med. tourism for over 7 years. I actually wanted to do MBA because I realised that I have to gain management und business skills and knowledge for career improvement. I applied to several universities, not only for MBA but also for Management and International Business postgraduate courses because that way the tuition fee would be less, plus I am very much interested in data analytics, digital marketing and digitalisation topics, and I haven’t seen MBAs usually do not offer a combination of these topics. Therefore, I applied for management and International Business courses at these universities.

I got offers from Uni of Bristol for Managm. (digitalisation), Ulster Uni for International Business with Data Analytics and Uni West of Scotland for MBA in Digital Markt., Lancaster Uni for Management and Durham Uni. My intention for studying a master course is to gain knowledge about management, to gain business skills for climbing up the ladder in my sector, to get a better or higher position at a firm or company or to start my own company.  

But I would like to know right now, if an MBA course would be more beneficial, appropriate or effective for my career afterwards instead of a management or international business postgraduate degree? What would you suggest? Is it worth paying 26K for Uni Bristol or Uni Lancaster or Durham Uni? Because top MBA courses’ tuitions start from 30k. And which course should I choose according to your opinion? Or should I try applying to other courses in the mean while?

I know that you are suggesting top MBA courses in the UK or in Germany (I know German), I read your messages. But I have not got a GMAT score and have no time to get it. What would you recommend me to do?

I would be glad if you write back to me as soon as possible.

Thanks a lot





Kind regards

[Edited by Termin on Aug 09, 2021]

Hi, <br><br>I am a graduate of B.A in Languages and have been working in med. tourism for over 7 years. I actually wanted to do MBA because I realised that I have to gain management und business skills and knowledge for career improvement. I applied to several universities, not only for MBA but also for Management and International Business postgraduate courses because that way the tuition fee would be less, plus I am very much interested in data analytics, digital marketing and digitalisation topics, and I haven’t seen MBAs usually do not offer a combination of these topics. Therefore, I applied for management and International Business courses at these universities. <br><br>I got offers from Uni of Bristol for Managm. (digitalisation), Ulster Uni for International Business with Data Analytics and Uni West of Scotland for MBA in Digital Markt., Lancaster Uni for Management and Durham Uni. My intention for studying a master course is to gain knowledge about management, to gain business skills for climbing up the ladder in my sector, to get a better or higher position at a firm or company or to start my own company.&nbsp;&nbsp;<br><br>But I would like to know right now, if an MBA course would be more beneficial, appropriate or effective for my career afterwards instead of a management or international business postgraduate degree? What would you suggest? Is it worth paying 26K for Uni Bristol or Uni Lancaster or Durham Uni? Because top MBA courses’ tuitions start from 30k. And which course should I choose according to your opinion? Or should I try applying to other courses in the mean while?<br><br>I know that you are suggesting top MBA courses in the UK or in Germany (I know German), I read your messages. But I have not got a GMAT score and have no time to get it. What would you recommend me to do?<br><br>I would be glad if you write back to me as soon as possible.<br><br>Thanks a lot<br><br><br><br><br>
Kind regards
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aslamo

If you don't have the time or motivation to pass the GMAT (maybe 50 hours worth of effort) then how will you cope with a full MBA or other masters course?

Having a good GMAT score will open up more opportunities for you.

If you don't have the time or motivation to pass the GMAT (maybe 50 hours worth of effort) then how will you cope with a full MBA or other masters course?<br><br>Having a good GMAT score will open up more opportunities for you.
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Termin

Hi, thank you for your response. I understand your point of view. If I prepared for GMAT,  I would pass the exam and get a score, but unfortunately I don't have time for that right now I think, do I?

 

Hi, thank you for your response. I understand your point of view. If I prepared for GMAT,&nbsp; I would pass the exam and get a score, but unfortunately I don't have time for that right now I think, do I?<br><br>&nbsp;
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Duncan

Considering your work experience, an MSc or pre-experience MBA would decelleerate your career. Take the GMAT. Sharpen your goals. Get into the best MBA available for your goal. 

Considering your work experience, an MSc or pre-experience MBA would decelleerate your career. Take the GMAT. Sharpen your goals. Get into the best MBA available for your goal.&nbsp;
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Razors Edg...

Completely agree with Duncan. If you need to take another year to prep for the GMAT and apply for a world-class MBA, then the benefits (ROI) will most likely far outweigh those of studying at one of the programs you are looking at. 

Completely agree with Duncan. If you need to take another year to prep for the GMAT and apply for a world-class MBA, then the benefits (ROI) will most likely far outweigh those of studying at one of the programs you are looking at.&nbsp;
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