Cass, Warwick, Manchester, LSE or Kİng's College?


la fata

I was accepted to the following programmes:
-Cass Business School / MSc Management
-Warwick Business School / MSc in Management
-Manchester Business School / MSc International Business and Management.
-King's College London /MSc International Management

Which one is the best? I'm also thinking to apply for LSE but I think the probability of taking an offer is low. I prefer to live in London but although King's College has a high reputation, its programme is not shown in top business school rankings. Is it true? Which one would you choose? Thank you.

I was accepted to the following programmes:
-Cass Business School / MSc Management
-Warwick Business School / MSc in Management
-Manchester Business School / MSc International Business and Management.
-King's College London /MSc International Management

Which one is the best? I'm also thinking to apply for LSE but I think the probability of taking an offer is low. I prefer to live in London but although King's College has a high reputation, its programme is not shown in top business school rankings. Is it true? Which one would you choose? Thank you.
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Rhino

First of all, congrats on your admits.

If I were you, since you want to stay in London, then I'll choose CASS.
But if one doesn't have any preference on location, I'll consider MBS/Warwick because of the brand name.

First of all, congrats on your admits.

If I were you, since you want to stay in London, then I'll choose CASS.
But if one doesn't have any preference on location, I'll consider MBS/Warwick because of the brand name.

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la fata

thank you for your help..

thank you for your help..
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SabrinaA

Manchester's MSC-IBM is a very weak course, dont go for it if you truly want to learn business management...stick to Cass/Warwick/LSE...Kings is just okay.

Nes

Manchester's MSC-IBM is a very weak course, dont go for it if you truly want to learn business management...stick to Cass/Warwick/LSE...Kings is just okay.

Nes
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macromarco

hey la fata,
may I ask you how was your profile/cv? I am thinking to apply also for those school for the same MSc. maybe we will be colleagues ;)
btw are u italian?

hey la fata,
may I ask you how was your profile/cv? I am thinking to apply also for those school for the same MSc. maybe we will be colleagues ;)
btw are u italian?
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MBANetwork

If you have admissions to all these schools then you must chose the one that satisfies most of your requirements in addition to offerring you the kind of post-study career that you are looking at.

Cass Business School is certainly an excellent school located at the Heart of London. It will thus provide you with excellent career options and networking opportunities.

Best of luck for your decision

If you have admissions to all these schools then you must chose the one that satisfies most of your requirements in addition to offerring you the kind of post-study career that you are looking at.

Cass Business School is certainly an excellent school located at the Heart of London. It will thus provide you with excellent career options and networking opportunities.

Best of luck for your decision
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Mamit

I would suggest Warwick.. as Warwick is picking up quite well over past 3-4 years and has very good reputation in the UK

I would suggest Warwick.. as Warwick is picking up quite well over past 3-4 years and has very good reputation in the UK
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Hi, I also got the offer from Cass...the school I have never heard before back in China... But after digging up some materials and comments ( or rankings?), I feel more comfortable with the course structure of Cass as it provides me a chance to opt to specilize in marketing in the second and third term. So, if you want to be familiar with the general knowledge of marketing apart from the more general knowledge of MSc management, I recommend you to accept the offer given by Cass.

Hi, I also got the offer from Cass...the school I have never heard before back in China... But after digging up some materials and comments ( or rankings?), I feel more comfortable with the course structure of Cass as it provides me a chance to opt to specilize in marketing in the second and third term. So, if you want to be familiar with the general knowledge of marketing apart from the more general knowledge of MSc management, I recommend you to accept the offer given by Cass.
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Duncan

I think you have even named them in the right order: Cass, Warwick, Manchester, LSE, King's College. And I say that as a King's alum ;-)

I think you have even named them in the right order: Cass, Warwick, Manchester, LSE, King's College. And I say that as a King's alum ;-)
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