Which school to select from the list


Neoma Hope

Hello there!



I am 34 years old with 10 years of national and international work experience in Healthcare IT and hospital operations sector. I plan to do MBA and work into healthcare management consulting firms preferably into public health for 5-7 years post MBA.

I wish to apply for PhD after 7 years or so.

I have received offer letters from the following universities.



- Trinity Business School

- University of Bath

- University of Exeter

- University of Glasgow

- University of Lancaster

- University of Leeds (Final interview on 9th July)

- University of Liverpool

- University of Birmingham



which one would be more suitable for my career path?



Cheers,

Neo

[Edited by Neoma Hope on Jul 06, 2021]

Hello there! <br>
<br>
I am 34 years old with 10 years of national and international work experience in Healthcare IT and hospital operations sector. I plan to do MBA and work into healthcare management consulting firms preferably into public health for 5-7 years post MBA. <br>
I wish to apply for PhD after 7 years or so. <br>
I have received offer letters from the following universities. <br>
<br>
- Trinity Business School<br>
- University of Bath<br>
- University of Exeter<br>
- University of Glasgow<br>
- University of Lancaster<br>
- University of Leeds (Final interview on 9th July)<br>
- University of Liverpool<br>
- University of Birmingham<br>
<br>
which one would be more suitable for my career path? <br>
<br>
Cheers, <br>
Neo
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Duncan

Check out: 

How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571
 In the UK, I would certainly look at the schools that have been involved in the NHS MBA. 

Check out:&nbsp;
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</div><div>How to use LinkedIn to find the best school&nbsp;www.find-mba.com/board/33571
</div><div>&nbsp;In the UK, I would certainly look at the schools that have been involved in the NHS MBA.&nbsp;</div><div>
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a0048566

To be fair, u r better to find a MBA program which is specifically for the people who those are from health care background. 

To be fair, u r better to find a MBA program which is specifically for the people who those are from health care background.&nbsp;
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Neoma Hope

Hello Duncan and a0048566, 
Thank you for your suggestion! 
It has helped me narrow down my choices. Thank you once again. 

Best - Neo 

[Edited by Neoma Hope on Jul 09, 2021]

Hello Duncan and a0048566,&nbsp;<br>Thank you for your suggestion!&nbsp;<br>It has helped me narrow down my choices. Thank you once again.&nbsp;<br><br>Best - Neo&nbsp;
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