Choosing of Universities


drivin

I have got an unconditional offer for Msc Management in Warwick and i am hoping to get offers from Edinburgh and Manchester Business schools too. The deadline for Warwick is very close and i am bit confused what to choose between the B-schools. My first priority is employment post graduation and i looking for a good advice in choosing the unis.
Thank a lot in advance

I have got an unconditional offer for Msc Management in Warwick and i am hoping to get offers from Edinburgh and Manchester Business schools too. The deadline for Warwick is very close and i am bit confused what to choose between the B-schools. My first priority is employment post graduation and i looking for a good advice in choosing the unis.
Thank a lot in advance
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Duncan

According to the FT MiM ranking, Warwick has much higher levels of employment and the highest salary. Could you please let me know why you're confused? https://rankings.ft.com/rankings/2948/masters-in-management-2023


AMBS fell out of the ranking in 2023, but in 2022 only 45% of its alumni responded to the FT survey, compared to 64% at Edinburgh and 89% at Warwick. Similarly, the 2021 response rate was 89% at Warwick, 67% at Edinburgh, and 49% at AMBS. 2020 had the same pattern. That suggests that AMBS graduates are cautious about sharing weak outcomes in case their prigramme's ranking was dragged down.


Regarding career progress, salary increase, and overall ranking, Warwick is the clear leader every year. All three schools have above-average career services. Overall satisfaction seems steady at WBS and AMBS (8.64 and 8.87 respectively in 2022, WBS got 8.85 in 2023), and more variable at Edinburgh (9.22 in 2022 but 8.59 in 2023). Personally, I think a campus setting is highly favorable for study but students seem to be more satisfied with an urban setting.

PS Disclosure: I am an Edinburgh and Manchester graduate.

[Edited by Duncan on Mar 06, 2024]

According to the FT MiM ranking, Warwick has much higher levels of employment and the highest salary. Could you please let me know why you're confused? https://rankings.ft.com/rankings/2948/masters-in-management-2023 <br><br>
AMBS fell out of the ranking in 2023, but in 2022 only 45% of its alumni responded to the FT survey, compared to 64% at Edinburgh and 89% at Warwick. Similarly, the 2021 response rate was 89% at Warwick, 67% at Edinburgh, and 49% at AMBS. 2020 had the same pattern. That suggests that AMBS graduates are cautious about sharing weak outcomes in case their prigramme's ranking was dragged down.<br><br>
Regarding career progress, salary increase, and overall ranking, Warwick is the clear leader every year. All three schools have above-average career services. Overall satisfaction seems steady at WBS and AMBS (8.64 and 8.87 respectively in 2022, WBS got 8.85 in 2023), and more variable at Edinburgh (9.22 in 2022 but 8.59 in 2023). Personally, I think a campus setting is highly favorable for study but students seem to be more satisfied with an urban setting.

PS Disclosure: I am an Edinburgh and Manchester graduate.
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drivin

My confusion is mostly about the career outcomes of the unis and thanks for the good content about the respective B -schools. My first preference is Warwick as well,
yeah it was great,thanks.

My confusion is mostly about the career outcomes of the unis and thanks for the good content about the respective B -schools. My first preference is Warwick as well,
yeah it was great,thanks.
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drivin

Hi duncan, i have a one more decision to finalize i got an offer from Lancaster University for Msc management with scholarship of 50% as well and i already had an offer from warwick too. I don`t know what to choose,guide me in figuring out the best uni.

Hi duncan, i have a one more decision to finalize i got an offer from Lancaster University for Msc management with scholarship of 50% as well and i already had an offer from warwick too. I don`t know what to choose,guide me in figuring out the best uni.

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drivin

Hi duncan, i have a one more decision to finalize i got an offer from Lancaster University for Msc management with scholarship of 50% as well and i already had an offer from warwick too. I don`t know what to choose,guide me in figuring out the best uni.

[quote]Hi duncan, i have a one more decision to finalize i got an offer from Lancaster University for Msc management with scholarship of 50% as well and i already had an offer from warwick too. I don`t know what to choose,guide me in figuring out the best uni.

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Duncan

Warwick is the obvious choice. Using the 'Compare schools' feature on the FT MiM ranking is better on almost all criteria. Even on annual salary: $57k to $73k is a huge improvement.

Warwick is the obvious choice. Using the 'Compare schools' feature on the FT MiM ranking is better on almost all criteria. Even on annual salary: $57k to $73k is a huge improvement.
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