Birmingham vs Glasgow vs Sheffield vs Surrey


TTMBA

Definitely....keep me updated.....my email is [email protected]...:-). Take care

Definitely....keep me updated.....my email is [email protected]:-). Take care
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Duncan

PS I replied to Jay's question above at http://www.find-mba.com/board/26756/ , where he also asked it. That discussion might also be useful for readers of this thread.

PS I replied to Jay's question above at http://www.find-mba.com/board/26756/ , where he also asked it. That discussion might also be useful for readers of this thread.
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TTMBA

Thanks Duncan! Took a look at it...Gives us a better idea!

Thanks Duncan! Took a look at it...Gives us a better idea!
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Us2467



Dear Duncan

A bit of a blast from the past for you! 



Does this advice hold true as of today too?

I have offers from Glasgow, Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool and Aston. 

I am torn between Birmingham and Glasgow. I have over 14 years of experience in the Oil&Gas sector for a french MNC. After MBA, I want to enter into a Senior Management role in the Oil&Gas sector or outside. I wish to stay back and find a job within the UK after MBA - so post MBA job opportunity, location, company presence etc. will matter a lot.

 Thanks in advance for your response!



Yes, you are getting good advice. Aston isn't expensive: it costs more, but it's much better value for money. Different MBA programmes have very different outcomes. Aston MBA alumni earn an average of $83,286, and Surrey MBAs will earn around $30,000 less. Add on that premium for a 30 year career and the extra fees are the best investment you will ever make.

Take the time, take the GMAT and get into the rest programme you can.

<br><br>Dear Duncan<br><br>A bit of a blast from the past for you!&nbsp;<br><br><br><br>Does this advice hold true as of today too?<br><br>I have offers from Glasgow, Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool and Aston.&nbsp;<br><br>I am torn between Birmingham and Glasgow. I have over 14 years of experience in the Oil&amp;Gas sector for a french MNC. After MBA, I want to enter into a Senior Management role in the Oil&amp;Gas sector or outside. I wish to stay back and find a job within the UK after MBA - so post MBA job opportunity, location, company presence etc. will matter a lot.<br><br>&nbsp;Thanks in advance for your response!<br><br><br><br>[quote]Yes, you are getting good advice. Aston isn't expensive: it costs more, but it's much better value for money. Different MBA programmes have very different outcomes. Aston MBA alumni earn an average of $83,286, and Surrey MBAs will earn around $30,000 less. Add on that premium for a 30 year career and the extra fees are the best investment you will ever make.

Take the time, take the GMAT and get into the rest programme you can. [/quote]
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Duncan

Broadly speaking, yes Birmingham is the best of this but why are you focussing on these schools which don't seem to have much of a base in the oil and gas industry? Take a look at these 'classic' posts:
 https://www.find-mba.com/board/41143  
https://www.find-mba.com/board/33571  
https://find-mba.com/board/gmat/why-you-should-take-the-gmat-33542 

Broadly speaking, yes Birmingham is the best of this but why are you focussing on these schools which don't seem to have much of a base in the oil and gas industry? Take a look at these 'classic' posts:<br>&nbsp;https://www.find-mba.com/board/41143&nbsp;&nbsp;<br>https://www.find-mba.com/board/33571&nbsp;&nbsp;<br>https://find-mba.com/board/gmat/why-you-should-take-the-gmat-33542&nbsp;
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