A reminder that Henley in Reading isn't Henley in Henley


Duncan
Yesterday the Clearing process opened in the UK: it's the process by which the universities that still have empty spaces for undergraduate courses try to find students for the vacant spaces. You can see a summary at: https://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/clearing/ Around 15 universities are picked out there as having notable vacancies. Generally, they are very weak universities. One, surprisingly, is Reading. Clicking through, I see that Henley Business School is one of the places with remaining undergraduate vacancies in Clearing. It's superficial information, but I think it's a strong signal that in the domestic market Henley's courses on the Reading campus are not seen in the same strong light as its traditional executive MBA and executive education courses on the executive campus in Henley.
Yesterday the Clearing process opened in the UK: it's the process by which the universities that still have empty spaces for undergraduate courses try to find students for the vacant spaces. You can see a summary at: https://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/clearing/ Around 15 universities are picked out there as having notable vacancies. Generally, they are very weak universities. One, surprisingly, is Reading. Clicking through, I see that Henley Business School is one of the places with remaining undergraduate vacancies in Clearing. It's superficial information, but I think it's a strong signal that in the domestic market Henley's courses on the Reading campus are not seen in the same strong light as its traditional executive MBA and executive education courses on the executive campus in Henley.
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manuitsok
Hello Duncan,

Have gone through many posts and discussions involving Henley and seems that college is lagging in MBA placements.
Do you have any Idea or recommendation about ICMA provided MSc programs at Henley? Specially I am looking some advice on MSc in International Shipping & Finance.
And How would you compare that program with Cass's MSc in Shipping Trade & Finance?

I am working in Energy sector and have ~9 yrs of exp and chasing a career in Energy/Logistics trading and finance. Open for MBA or Good/Specific MSc program.

Thanks in advance for your advice.
Manu

[Edited by manuitsok on Aug 28, 2017]

Hello Duncan,

Have gone through many posts and discussions involving Henley and seems that college is lagging in MBA placements.
Do you have any Idea or recommendation about ICMA provided MSc programs at Henley? Specially I am looking some advice on MSc in International Shipping & Finance.
And How would you compare that program with Cass's MSc in Shipping Trade & Finance?

I am working in Energy sector and have ~9 yrs of exp and chasing a career in Energy/Logistics trading and finance. Open for MBA or Good/Specific MSc program.

Thanks in advance for your advice.
Manu
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Duncan
I don't know much about shipping, but Reading is obviously more focussed on capital markets. Cass is a stronger school in every way.
I don't know much about shipping, but Reading is obviously more focussed on capital markets. Cass is a stronger school in every way.
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