Anyone help' MBA Aston vs Exeter vs Southampton


MBATOUK

I got mba condition offer to Aston, Exeter, Southampton.

All of them are well-known. Except aston got triple accredits but ranking overall for uni and mba courses not high compared to exeter and southampon.

Please anyone give me some ideas where should i go for MBA. Should i concern ranking because after gradution i would probably work in UK.

Appreciated all comments
Thank you

I got mba condition offer to Aston, Exeter, Southampton.

All of them are well-known. Except aston got triple accredits but ranking overall for uni and mba courses not high compared to exeter and southampon.

Please anyone give me some ideas where should i go for MBA. Should i concern ranking because after gradution i would probably work in UK.

Appreciated all comments
Thank you
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Duncan

None of these are excellent options, as you know. I think you can rule our Exeter because its OneWorld MBA is aimed at the charity sector. Unlike Southampton, Aston is a long-established MBA school with a good profile with MBA employers. It will have better connections with MBA employers. Birmingham is a bigger city with more opportunities and a large conurbation around it. However, a better programme, especially one that requires the GMAT, will give you a much better chance with employers. See Best schools for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143 and Why you should take the GMAT http://bit.ly/WhyGMAT

None of these are excellent options, as you know. I think you can rule our Exeter because its OneWorld MBA is aimed at the charity sector. Unlike Southampton, Aston is a long-established MBA school with a good profile with MBA employers. It will have better connections with MBA employers. Birmingham is a bigger city with more opportunities and a large conurbation around it. However, a better programme, especially one that requires the GMAT, will give you a much better chance with employers. See Best schools for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143 and Why you should take the GMAT http://bit.ly/WhyGMAT
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yipkc

Go for Aston. It has a pretty good reputation in the field of business. However, it is not one of the schools that is well known for its MBA.

Go for Aston. It has a pretty good reputation in the field of business. However, it is not one of the schools that is well known for its MBA.
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MBATOUK

Thank you for all comments and you are very helpful.

However, since I got budgetary and academic background reasons limited, therefore, there are the only three choices left I have to choose and I probably go to Aston U. since it is well-known for MBA as advise. But, I'm curious why Aston U. both MBA and overall ranking are significantly dropped? Sometimes I feel like studying in a large top ranking university but chosen course is not outstanding may somehow raise your profile in resume most or least?

Thank you :)

Thank you for all comments and you are very helpful.

However, since I got budgetary and academic background reasons limited, therefore, there are the only three choices left I have to choose and I probably go to Aston U. since it is well-known for MBA as advise. But, I'm curious why Aston U. both MBA and overall ranking are significantly dropped? Sometimes I feel like studying in a large top ranking university but chosen course is not outstanding may somehow raise your profile in resume most or least?

Thank you :)
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badux

But, I'm curious why Aston U. both MBA and overall ranking are significantly dropped?

For the MBA I'd speculate that it's because it tends to recruit a lot of younger international students who have trouble finding work in the UK after graduation, and as such the post-MBA salary stats aren't as good as at other schools.

The last year it was ranked in the FT (in 2012) its post-MBA salaries were the lowest of any UK schools in that ranking. And at that point the salaries had dropped quite a bit from the previous time it was ranked in 2010.

[quote]But, I'm curious why Aston U. both MBA and overall ranking are significantly dropped? [/quote]
For the MBA I'd speculate that it's because it tends to recruit a lot of younger international students who have trouble finding work in the UK after graduation, and as such the post-MBA salary stats aren't as good as at other schools.

The last year it was ranked in the FT (in 2012) its post-MBA salaries were the lowest of any UK schools in that ranking. And at that point the salaries had dropped quite a bit from the previous time it was ranked in 2010.
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