Another IT man wants to move up


Hello,
I am reading through this forum for a while and it is very good. It is time for me to break the silence.

I am another 20+ years experienced Indian IT man in London looking to move up in IT domain only in the UK/Asia. I love tech and will never go away from it. My own start-up is not an option now.

To be honest majority of senior IT management position in the UK are held by people who have no clue of technology. It is a shame. :-( Accountants leading the Tech departments .......arrrhhhhhh.. :-(

Anyway I am looking at few EMBAs and looking for Techie friendly one and close tieup with tech industry or tech departments of MNCs.

Imperial, Judge, Henley, Cranfield, Said, LBS ..

Too confused. any help please?

Hello,
I am reading through this forum for a while and it is very good. It is time for me to break the silence.

I am another 20+ years experienced Indian IT man in London looking to move up in IT domain only in the UK/Asia. I love tech and will never go away from it. My own start-up is not an option now.

To be honest majority of senior IT management position in the UK are held by people who have no clue of technology. It is a shame. :-( Accountants leading the Tech departments .......arrrhhhhhh.. :-(

Anyway I am looking at few EMBAs and looking for Techie friendly one and close tieup with tech industry or tech departments of MNCs.

Imperial, Judge, Henley, Cranfield, Said, LBS ..

Too confused. any help please?


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Duncan

Yup: Cass, Cambridge, Cranfield, Henley, Imperial, London, Oxford, Warwick...

Yup: Cass, Cambridge, Cranfield, Henley, Imperial, London, Oxford, Warwick...
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JK,
Did you just put them in alphabetical order?
I thought Cass is no way near tech and full of bean counters :-(

JK,
Did you just put them in alphabetical order?
I thought Cass is no way near tech and full of bean counters :-(

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Duncan

Yes, I deliberately put them in alphabetical order. Cass is not a par with most of the schools you mentioned earlier, but it has two sweet spots which means it merits a place in a list as long as the one I wrote.
- One is IT in finance and banking. Cass has alumni working as IT professionals at GE Capital, KPMG, JPMorgan Chase, Ernst & Young, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs...
- The second is its closeness to Silicon Roundabout, where most of the major tech startup are.

Yes, I deliberately put them in alphabetical order. Cass is not a par with most of the schools you mentioned earlier, but it has two sweet spots which means it merits a place in a list as long as the one I wrote.
- One is IT in finance and banking. Cass has alumni working as IT professionals at GE Capital, KPMG, JPMorgan Chase, Ernst & Young, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs...
- The second is its closeness to Silicon Roundabout, where most of the major tech startup are.
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