Cass Business School reputation in Asia/ India


How is the reputation of Cass Business School (for MSc Management program at it seems highly ranked in FT rankings) in Asia especially in India among the top employers for a consulting career in firms like Big 4?

How is the reputation of Cass Business School (for MSc Management program at it seems highly ranked in FT rankings) in Asia especially in India among the top employers for a consulting career in firms like Big 4?
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Duncan

Reputation is essentially driven by the presence of alumni, so look on LinkedIn. Study in Asia if you want to work in Asia.

Reputation is essentially driven by the presence of alumni, so look on LinkedIn. Study in Asia if you want to work in Asia.
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Reputation is essentially driven by the presence of alumni, so look on LinkedIn. Study in Asia if you want to work in Asia.

Hello. Thank you for your response.
I want to work in the UK post my master's degree, but in any case of emergency, if I have to go back to India, that's why I asked about its reputation.
As UK relaunched post study work visa, will it be comparatively easier than before to find a job in the UK particularly in London as an international student?
I read that it's getting very difficult to find jobs in the UK especially as an international student. Is it true in any sense? What's your opinion?

[quote]Reputation is essentially driven by the presence of alumni, so look on LinkedIn. Study in Asia if you want to work in Asia. [/quote]<div><br></div><div>Hello. Thank you for your response.</div><div><br></div><div>I want to work in the UK post my master's degree, but in any case of emergency, if I have to go back to India, that's why I asked about its reputation.</div><div><br></div><div>As UK relaunched post study work visa, will it be comparatively easier than before to find a job in the UK particularly in London as an international student?</div><div><br></div><div>I read that it's getting very difficult to find jobs in the UK especially as an international student. Is it true in any sense? What's your opinion?</div><div><br></div><div><br></div>
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Duncan

The visa does make things a bit easier, but it's still challenging for those who have not graduated from top schools. London has more demand but also more supply (King's, UCL, LSE, SOAS, Goldsmiths, RHUL, QMUL, Brunel, Westminster and a dozen others). Cass and Henley, which also serve employers in Greater London have the lowest employment of the FT-ranked MiM schools. Exeter, Warwick and Edinburgh have the highest. Perhaps it's better to be in a regional city with less competition?

The regional picture is very complex: https://graduatemarkettrends.cdn.prismic.io/graduatemarkettrends/f90f52ec-a7ed-45bc-a9b8-1873c0da2c41_skills-shortages-in-the-uk-201920.pdf

The visa does make things a bit easier, but it's still challenging for those who have not graduated from top schools. London has more demand but also more supply (King's, UCL, LSE, SOAS, Goldsmiths, RHUL, QMUL, Brunel, Westminster and a dozen others). Cass and Henley, which also serve employers in Greater London have the lowest employment of the FT-ranked MiM schools. Exeter, Warwick and Edinburgh have the highest. Perhaps it's better to be in a regional city with less competition?<div><br></div><div><br></div><div>The regional picture is very complex:&nbsp;</div><div><a href="https://graduatemarkettrends.cdn.prismic.io/graduatemarkettrends/f90f52ec-a7ed-45bc-a9b8-1873c0da2c41_skills-shortages-in-the-uk-201920.pdf">https://graduatemarkettrends.cdn.prismic.io/graduatemarkettrends/f90f52ec-a7ed-45bc-a9b8-1873c0da2c41_skills-shortages-in-the-uk-201920.pdf</a><br></div>
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The visa does make things a bit easier, but it's still challenging for those who have not graduated from top schools. London has more demand but also more supply (King's, UCL, LSE, SOAS, Goldsmiths, RHUL, QMUL, Brunel, Westminster, and a dozen others). Cass and Henley, which also serve employers in Greater London have the lowest employment of the FT-ranked MiM schools. Exeter, Warwick and Edinburgh have the highest. Perhaps it's better to be in a regional city with less competition?

The regional picture is very complex: https://graduatemarkettrends.cdn.prismic.io/graduatemarkettrends/f90f52ec-a7ed-45bc-a9b8-1873c0da2c41_skills-shortages-in-the-uk-201920.pdf

Thank you for the information you shared.
Is Cass Business School considered a top school in London?

[quote]The visa does make things a bit easier, but it's still challenging for those who have not graduated from top schools. London has more demand but also more supply (King's, UCL, LSE, SOAS, Goldsmiths, RHUL, QMUL, Brunel, Westminster, and a dozen others). Cass and Henley, which also serve employers in Greater London have the lowest employment of the FT-ranked MiM schools. Exeter, Warwick and Edinburgh have the highest. Perhaps it's better to be in a regional city with less competition?<div><br></div><div><br></div><div>The regional picture is very complex:&nbsp;</div><div><a href="https://graduatemarkettrends.cdn.prismic.io/graduatemarkettrends/f90f52ec-a7ed-45bc-a9b8-1873c0da2c41_skills-shortages-in-the-uk-201920.pdf">https://graduatemarkettrends.cdn.prismic.io/graduatemarkettrends/f90f52ec-a7ed-45bc-a9b8-1873c0da2c41_skills-shortages-in-the-uk-201920.pdf</a><br></div> [/quote]<div><br><div>Thank you for the information you shared.</div><div><br></div><div>Is Cass Business School considered a top school in London?</div></div>
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Ethan

Hi Omkar,
London Business School, Imperial College Business School and Cass Business School are the top 3 Business Schools in London as per the FT rankings for 2019.

Hi Omkar,<div><br></div><div>London Business School, Imperial College Business School and Cass Business School are the top 3 Business Schools in London as per the FT rankings for 2019.</div>
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