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maubia

Duncan my uncles friend works in Kuwait and he told that its better that I do MBA from UK.So please tell me which universities from below will be good for me.And I want to do MBA in Marketing. The Universities are mentioned below.

1) Cardiff Metropolitan University
2) Bangor University
3) Cardiff University
4) Coventry University, London
5) University of Greenwich
6) University of Bedfordshire



why don't you ask to your "uncles friend"? :-)

<blockquote>Duncan my uncles friend works in Kuwait and he told that its better that I do MBA from UK.So please tell me which universities from below will be good for me.And I want to do MBA in Marketing. The Universities are mentioned below.

1) Cardiff Metropolitan University
2) Bangor University
3) Cardiff University
4) Coventry University, London
5) University of Greenwich
6) University of Bedfordshire


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why don't you ask to your "uncles friend"? :-)
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Duncan

I can't recommend any of these MBAs.

I can't recommend any of these MBAs.
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elcappoo

Duncan .. Would you go for MBA from AMBA accredited schools but the alike of Kingston, Portsmouth, Westminister etc or a MSc Management from Warwick or Cass?? thnx in advance

Duncan .. Would you go for MBA from AMBA accredited schools but the alike of Kingston, Portsmouth, Westminister etc or a MSc Management from Warwick or Cass?? thnx in advance
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Duncan

That would depend on career goals. Almost certainly the MBA at Westminster.

That would depend on career goals. Almost certainly the MBA at Westminster.
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elcappoo

Thnx ... so should I take it that any AMBA accredited MBA would be a better investment than a MSc Management from a top tier B-School ??

Thnx ... so should I take it that any AMBA accredited MBA would be a better investment than a MSc Management from a top tier B-School ??
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Mamit

Thnx ... so should I take it that any AMBA accredited MBA would be a better investment than a MSc Management from a top tier B-School ??

It all depends on your work experience and your future goals. If you have 3+ years of work exp then MBA would be better and if you have under 2 years of experiences then MSc.

<blockquote>Thnx ... so should I take it that any AMBA accredited MBA would be a better investment than a MSc Management from a top tier B-School ??</blockquote>
It all depends on your work experience and your future goals. If you have 3+ years of work exp then MBA would be better and if you have under 2 years of experiences then MSc.
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Duncan

Well, if you had less then two years' work experience then an AMBA-accredited MBA would not be an available choice. And if you had more than two years work experience, many of the MSc programmes at accredited schools would not be open to you. So, there's not always a choice available.

As a rule of thumb, an MBA is better. I would not make it a blanket policy. I think an MSc from a top French or German school would beat an unranked, but accredited MBA from (for example) Cnam or Portsmouth, which didn't have a strong placement record. Also some of the MSc degrees, like the MSc in finance, would have better outcomes.

Well, if you had less then two years' work experience then an AMBA-accredited MBA would not be an available choice. And if you had more than two years work experience, many of the MSc programmes at accredited schools would not be open to you. So, there's not always a choice available.

As a rule of thumb, an MBA is better. I would not make it a blanket policy. I think an MSc from a top French or German school would beat an unranked, but accredited MBA from (for example) Cnam or Portsmouth, which didn't have a strong placement record. Also some of the MSc degrees, like the MSc in finance, would have better outcomes.
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