coventry(london campus) or greenwich


Dr. Adi

Many UK schools have dropped out of 2013 FT rankings....
I was looking at Birmingham and Durham and now I got accepted at Durham Full Time MBA 2013..... I'm still waiting to hear from Birmingham.... Durham was my choice though!

Looking at the FT rankings, should I still go for Durham???

Please advise.

Many UK schools have dropped out of 2013 FT rankings....
I was looking at Birmingham and Durham and now I got accepted at Durham Full Time MBA 2013..... I'm still waiting to hear from Birmingham.... Durham was my choice though!

Looking at the FT rankings, should I still go for Durham???

Please advise.
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Duncan

What are your goals and alternatives? Why not apply to other schools? What attracted you to Durham's more academic, individual approach?

What are your goals and alternatives? Why not apply to other schools? What attracted you to Durham's more academic, individual approach?
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Dr. Adi

Hi Duncan,
I had posted my profile in this thread earlier. Im doing that again here.
You had also suggested Durham in one of your replies to my post as one of the Universities where Food professionals are hired in the UK.....

My profile:
Bachelors degree in Veterinary Sciences from India: GPA 7.4/10;
Masters degree in Veterinary Sciences from India: GPA 8.6/10.
Work Experience: Total 4 years 5 months
Past--Operations Manager- Food production environment- 2 years 5 months in India.
Present--Senior Quality Manager- Foods & Agricultural sector- 2 years in a large corporate in Saudi Arabia.
No GMAT.

Objective: To work as a business Consultant for large agricultural and food business organizations.


Thanks,

Hi Duncan,
I had posted my profile in this thread earlier. Im doing that again here.
You had also suggested Durham in one of your replies to my post as one of the Universities where Food professionals are hired in the UK.....

My profile:
Bachelors degree in Veterinary Sciences from India: GPA 7.4/10;
Masters degree in Veterinary Sciences from India: GPA 8.6/10.
Work Experience: Total 4 years 5 months
Past--Operations Manager- Food production environment- 2 years 5 months in India.
Present--Senior Quality Manager- Foods & Agricultural sector- 2 years in a large corporate in Saudi Arabia.
No GMAT.

Objective: To work as a business Consultant for large agricultural and food business organizations.


Thanks,
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Duncan

Do you have a specific question? If not, I refer you to the answer I gave earlier.

Do you have a specific question? If not, I refer you to the answer I gave earlier.
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Dr. Adi

Hi Duncan,

I have now received an offer from Birmingham....
If I were to choose between Durham and Birmingham with a career goal focussed on Food business especially into manufacturing, operations and consulting, which one would fit better?

Also, do you think the 2013 FT rankings will have a big impact on the reputation of these schools?

Thanks!

Hi Duncan,

I have now received an offer from Birmingham....
If I were to choose between Durham and Birmingham with a career goal focussed on Food business especially into manufacturing, operations and consulting, which one would fit better?

Also, do you think the 2013 FT rankings will have a big impact on the reputation of these schools?

Thanks!
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Duncan

My opinion is the same as in January. Birmingham is a better school for you than Durham.

My opinion is the same as in January. Birmingham is a better school for you than Durham.
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Dr. Adi

Thanks Duncan!

You have been of immense help all along as always... Reading through many threads and considering all options I think I will go for Birmingham...

Cheers!

Thanks Duncan!

You have been of immense help all along as always... Reading through many threads and considering all options I think I will go for Birmingham...

Cheers!
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wafa

Other option is Bangor university.
I want to do MBA in Marketing sector.So which university would be best.

Other option is Bangor university.
I want to do MBA in Marketing sector.So which university would be best.
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Duncan

To maximise your RoI, study at a school with respected accreditation http://www.find-mba.com/accreditations rather than Bangor. If you don't have three years' work experience, then take an MSc in marketing.

To maximise your RoI, study at a school with respected accreditation http://www.find-mba.com/accreditations rather than Bangor. If you don't have three years' work experience, then take an MSc in marketing.
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