Best B-School without work experience


Duncan
An MSc in management from a respected, accredited school is a pre-experience work degree, and the MBA (from a respected, accredited school) is for people with experience. I think you can research these schools yourself and come up with some more specific questions that are not so easily answered by reading their websites.
An MSc in management from a respected, accredited school is a pre-experience work degree, and the MBA (from a respected, accredited school) is for people with experience. I think you can research these schools yourself and come up with some more specific questions that are not so easily answered by reading their websites.
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Nazme
And for Mba rankings?
And for Mba rankings?
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Duncan
I don't understand what you're asking about rankings, but there's a good article here: http://www.find-mba.com/mba-rankings
I don't understand what you're asking about rankings, but there's a good article here: http://www.find-mba.com/mba-rankings
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Nazme
I mean whose ranking should I consider for MBA either FT rankings or topmba.com rankings?
I mean whose ranking should I consider for MBA either FT rankings or topmba.com rankings?
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Duncan
Use the FT ranking. topmba.com does not publish a ranking of MSc programmes.
Use the FT ranking. topmba.com does not publish a ranking of MSc programmes.
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Mamit
and also in many cases the course subjects are same for mba and msc management but is the detailed content of the subjects also same?
do i have to do mba again after msc management?

Hi although the modules and its contents are similar for both MSc and MBA but the apporach is totally different. MSc will be more theoritical based whereas MBA will be more practical based as MBA students have some prior work exp. so i would suggest for an MSc from a reputed B-School if you do not have any experience and you are considering to work here in the UK.
<blockquote>and also in many cases the course subjects are same for mba and msc management but is the detailed content of the subjects also same?
do i have to do mba again after msc management?
</blockquote>
Hi although the modules and its contents are similar for both MSc and MBA but the apporach is totally different. MSc will be more theoritical based whereas MBA will be more practical based as MBA students have some prior work exp. so i would suggest for an MSc from a reputed B-School if you do not have any experience and you are considering to work here in the UK.
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Nazme
I am looking for sep 2012 intake and I want to work in gulf after my studies.
I am looking for sep 2012 intake and I want to work in gulf after my studies.
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Mamit
Do you have any location preference ??
Do you have any location preference ??
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Nazme
where in uk or in gulf countries?
where in uk or in gulf countries?
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Mamit
where in uk or in gulf countries?


In UK
<blockquote>where in uk or in gulf countries?</blockquote>

In UK
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Nazme
london..why?
london..why?
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Hello sir, which is the best university for doing ms finance in uk with its best value & best employment rate & top ranked!
Hello sir, which is the best university for doing ms finance in uk with its best value & best employment rate & top ranked!
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Duncan
Oxford. Take a look at http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-finance-pre-experience-2011
Oxford. Take a look at http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-finance-pre-experience-2011
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How is national university of singapore? & edinburgh or glasgow university?
How is national university of singapore? & edinburgh or glasgow university?
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Duncan
NUS does not have an MSc in finance (except in its PhD programme). Edinburgh is on the FT ranking, and is very strong. Glasgow is not.
NUS does not have an MSc in finance (except in its PhD programme). Edinburgh is on the FT ranking, and is very strong. Glasgow is not.
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What is FT ranking? Sir which will be good for me?
What is FT ranking? Sir which will be good for me?
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What is FT ranking? Sir which will be good for me?
What is FT ranking? Sir which will be good for me?
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Duncan
Below these words is a blue hyperlink.
http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-finance-pre-experience-2011
Click on that blue link. That is the ranking.
Below these words is a blue hyperlink.
http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-finance-pre-experience-2011
Click on that blue link. That is the ranking.
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Got you sir!
Can u tell me the best university in uk which have a global value!?
Got you sir!
Can u tell me the best university in uk which have a global value!?
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Duncan
I've answered that already. Oxford.
I've answered that already. Oxford.
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