Which university to choose?


Nidhi321

Hi
I have offers from:
University of Westminster - MBA program
Brunel university- MSC management
Aston university- MSC Strategy and international business

Which university stands out in terms of:
1. Employability
2. Strong Alumni networks and contacts in industry
3. Student experience
4. University support in various things including placements

Also I would like to know:
Is doing MSC management a better choice than doing a specialized masters(Strategy and international business) when previously you possess 3 years of work experience as an intern?
(My goals- I am open to work in any industry except Finance)

Hi
I have offers from:
University of Westminster - MBA program
Brunel university- MSC management
Aston university- MSC Strategy and international business

Which university stands out in terms of:
1. Employability
2. Strong Alumni networks and contacts in industry
3. Student experience
4. University support in various things including placements

Also I would like to know:
Is doing MSC management a better choice than doing a specialized masters(Strategy and international business) when previously you possess 3 years of work experience as an intern?
(My goals- I am open to work in any industry except Finance)
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Duncan

I don't think there will be a big difference. If you want UK employability, you will need better schools. For your domestic market, I am sure the MBA will be better.

I don't think there will be a big difference. If you want UK employability, you will need better schools. For your domestic market, I am sure the MBA will be better.
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Nidhi321

I see..
But only based on the quailty of these universities in terms of student experience and graduate employibilty- How would you rank these universities? 

I see..<br style="user-select: auto;">But only based on the quailty of these universities in terms of student experience and graduate employibilty- How would you rank these universities?&nbsp;
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Duncan

Academically, Aston > Brunel > Westminster seeing https://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings/business-and-management-studies but for employment, I think better schools are needed.

[Edited by Duncan on Jun 20, 2021]

Academically, Aston &gt; Brunel &gt; Westminster seeing https://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings/business-and-management-studies but for employment, I think better schools are needed.
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Nidhi321

Alright, Thanks a lot!

Alright, Thanks a lot!
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