A BETTER MBA? Trinity Dublin, Strathclyde, Bath or Lancaster ?


Raj75

I have received offer letters for MBA 2020 intake from Trinity College Dublin, Strathclyde Business School, Bath School of Management and Lancaster Business School.

I am confused in selecting the best one as all of them have similar rankings.

I have Work Experience of 8 years in Operations and Supply chain and looking forward to working in the same industry along with International mobility & recognition Post-MBA.

Please suggest.
Thanks

I have received offer letters for MBA 2020 intake from Trinity College Dublin, Strathclyde Business School, Bath School of Management and Lancaster Business School.

I am confused in selecting the best one as all of them have similar rankings.

I have Work Experience of 8 years in Operations and Supply chain and looking forward to working in the same industry along with International mobility & recognition Post-MBA.

Please suggest.
Thanks
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Duncan

You are using the wrong rankings. Look at the FT MBA ranking. They are not similarly placed at all.

[Edited by Duncan on Jan 31, 2020]

You are using the wrong rankings. Look at the FT MBA ranking. They are not similarly placed at all.
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Raj75

Hi Duncan,
Thanks for a response. However, None of these colleges are in FT Top 100 Global MBA Rankings 2020.

I request you to give your personal opinion on the same.

Hi Duncan,
Thanks for a response. However, None of these colleges are in FT Top 100 Global MBA Rankings 2020.

I request you to give your personal opinion on the same.
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Duncan

Oh, what a brutal year. I forgot? Try the 2019 or 2018 ranking.

Why not take the Zaragoza MIT master's, which fits your background and goals better?

Oh, what a brutal year. I forgot? Try the 2019 or 2018 ranking.

Why not take the Zaragoza MIT master's, which fits your background and goals better?
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Raj75

I have not yet given my GMAT plus I have no academic background which justifies my quantitative skills so I guess I don't fit on the eligibility criteria to Zaragoza MIT.

I have a Business Education background and entrepreneurial experience of 8 years.

Please suggest the best alternative. However, I am waiting for a response from Durham and Edinburgh.

[Edited by Raj75 on Jan 31, 2020]

I have not yet given my GMAT plus I have no academic background which justifies my quantitative skills so I guess I don't fit on the eligibility criteria to Zaragoza MIT.

I have a Business Education background and entrepreneurial experience of 8 years.

Please suggest the best alternative. However, I am waiting for a response from Durham and Edinburgh.
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Duncan

You will benefit from taking the GMAT or GRE. The ZLC also accepts the SC0X course: https://www.edx.org/course/supply-chain-analytics?utm_campaign=mitx&utm_medium=partner-marketing&utm_source=referral&utm_content=ctl-scm-home

Strathclyde is the best option of the schools you mention in your original post.

You will benefit from taking the GMAT or GRE. The ZLC also accepts the SC0X course: https://www.edx.org/course/supply-chain-analytics?utm_campaign=mitx&utm_medium=partner-marketing&utm_source=referral&utm_content=ctl-scm-home

Strathclyde is the best option of the schools you mention in your original post.
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