Cass Business School MSc Management


How is Cass Business School for MSc Management for international students for career opportunities in consulting in the finance domain in London? Is it a reputed school among top employers in London?

[Edited by Omkar Kulkarni on Apr 18, 2020]

How is Cass Business School for MSc Management for international students for career opportunities in consulting in the finance domain in London? Is it a reputed school among top employers in London?
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Duncan

Take a look at the FT MiM ranking. Cass is a top MiM and its location in the City places it excellently for students. Almost all are foreigners. A MiF or the LBS MFA will obviously be better for finance.

Take a look at the FT MiM ranking. Cass is a top MiM and its location in the City places it excellently for students. Almost all are foreigners. A MiF or the LBS MFA will obviously be better for finance.
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Take a look at the FT MiM ranking. Cass is a top MiM and its location in the City places it excellently for students. Almost all are foreigners. A MiF or the LBS MFA will obviously be better for finance.


Thank you for your response.

I applied to Cass Business School due to its ranking and location, but I have read many reviews on different forums criticizing Cass Business School. That's why I am worried about whether to accept the offer or not of MSc Management from Cass.

What would be your recommendation?

And what will be the career opportunities after MSc Management from Cass in London overall (not only finance)?

Is Cass considered as a top school overall (next to Imperial, UCL, and Warwick)?

[quote]Take a look at the FT MiM ranking. Cass is a top MiM and its location in the City places it excellently for students. Almost all are foreigners. A MiF or the LBS MFA will obviously be better for finance. [/quote]

Thank you for your response.

I applied to Cass Business School due to its ranking and location, but I have read many reviews on different forums criticizing Cass Business School. That's why I am worried about whether to accept the offer or not of MSc Management from Cass.

What would be your recommendation?

And what will be the career opportunities after MSc Management from Cass in London overall (not only finance)?

Is Cass considered as a top school overall (next to Imperial, UCL, and Warwick)?

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Duncan

Cass is ranked fairly. Its MiM is not as good as Imperial or Warwick, and is much better than UCL's. I think the FT rankings show the placement success of those schools.

My recommendation is always the same: go there if you can't go somewhere that is a better a fit for your goals.

The important thing when you see people criticising a top school: is their expectation reasonable?

Cass is ranked fairly. Its MiM is not as good as Imperial or Warwick, and is much better than UCL's. I think the FT rankings show the placement success of those schools.

My recommendation is always the same: go there if you can't go somewhere that is a better a fit for your goals.

The important thing when you see people criticising a top school: is their expectation reasonable?
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