Brunel or London Met or Kingston


rushva

I am looking at Msc in International Business Management at Kingston in Kingston or Msc in Management in Brunel or an MBA in London Met or an MBA at Coventry

Which would you recommend?

I have an undergraduate degree in Media Studies and have a years work experience in corporate communications for a FMCG company.
I was looking at schools in London but now am confused about what I should take up.
Please help

I am looking at Msc in International Business Management at Kingston in Kingston or Msc in Management in Brunel or an MBA in London Met or an MBA at Coventry

Which would you recommend?

I have an undergraduate degree in Media Studies and have a years work experience in corporate communications for a FMCG company.
I was looking at schools in London but now am confused about what I should take up.
Please help
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Duncan

London Met is, I think officially, the worst university in England. I don't expect it to survive.

Brunel is far and away the better of these schools. Kingston is okay. Coventry is not so good.

London Met is, I think officially, the worst university in England. I don't expect it to survive.

Brunel is far and away the better of these schools. Kingston is okay. Coventry is not so good.
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rushva

Thank you Duncan.

Brunel and Kingston were my top choices.
the Kingston course has a double acreditation including the UK MBA acredit. I was wonderding then what is a better course and college to choose, given hat Brunel has a better ranking if you look a the FT rankings for Management MSc

Thank you Duncan.

Brunel and Kingston were my top choices.
the Kingston course has a double acreditation including the UK MBA acredit. I was wonderding then what is a better course and college to choose, given hat Brunel has a better ranking if you look a the FT rankings for Management MSc
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Duncan

I think it depends on your goals. Brunel has an edge (http://www.eduniversal-ranking.com/business-school-university-ranking-in-united-kingdom.html) and benefits from not having been a polytechnic. The Brunel course certainly has a better structure.

Take a look at How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571

I think it depends on your goals. Brunel has an edge (http://www.eduniversal-ranking.com/business-school-university-ranking-in-united-kingdom.html) and benefits from not having been a polytechnic. The Brunel course certainly has a better structure.

Take a look at How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571
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Duncan

Useful context: London Met closed most of its courses: https://www.theguardian.com/education/2011/apr/15/london-metropolitan-university-courses

Useful context: London Met closed most of its courses: https://www.theguardian.com/education/2011/apr/15/london-metropolitan-university-courses
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Razors Edg...

That article is from 2011 and discusses undergraduate courses.

That article is from 2011 and discusses undergraduate courses.
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Duncan

Well, the thread is from 2013 :)

Well, the thread is from 2013 :)
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