Cranfield/CASS/MBS/Imperial/Warwick - MBA


Hi Duncan,

I am from Argentina and bear an EU passport.
Based on my GMAT score (650 balanced - already exhausted all attempts) I am going to apply for an MBA to Cranfield, CASS, Imperial, Warwick and MBS (intakes 2018 - self-funding). I intend to change from my original sector (Energy S - 8 yrs exp - no international exp.) to Consumer Goods sector (sales/general management role). I intend to stay in the UK after my MBA.
Which schools above would help me the most to achieve my objectives?

Thanks,
Pedro.

[Edited by Pedro.Dominguez12 on Jul 04, 2017]

Hi Duncan,

I am from Argentina and bear an EU passport.
Based on my GMAT score (650 balanced - already exhausted all attempts) I am going to apply for an MBA to Cranfield, CASS, Imperial, Warwick and MBS (intakes 2018 - self-funding). I intend to change from my original sector (Energy S - 8 yrs exp - no international exp.) to Consumer Goods sector (sales/general management role). I intend to stay in the UK after my MBA.
Which schools above would help me the most to achieve my objectives?

Thanks,
Pedro.
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Duncan
Read the top posts linked from my profile page.
Read the top posts linked from my profile page.
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mba hipste...
Manchester and Warwick have slightly better International mobility stats than the others - meaning that they're slightly better at helping International students make the jump to another country.

In terms of sector, I would check with the schools to see what kind of firms in this space recruit from their students. Or, pick the firms you are interested in working for, and scour LinkedIn to see if they've hired MBAs from the schools you're looking it.
Manchester and Warwick have slightly better International mobility stats than the others - meaning that they're slightly better at helping International students make the jump to another country.

In terms of sector, I would check with the schools to see what kind of firms in this space recruit from their students. Or, pick the firms you are interested in working for, and scour LinkedIn to see if they've hired MBAs from the schools you're looking it.
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Manchester and Warwick have slightly better International mobility stats than the others - meaning that they're slightly better at helping International students make the jump to another country.

In terms of sector, I would check with the schools to see what kind of firms in this space recruit from their students. Or, pick the firms you are interested in working for, and scour LinkedIn to see if they've hired MBAs from the schools you're looking it.


Duncan and mba hipster, thank you for your posts,
Am I considered an international student, even though I am holding an EU citizenship?
[quote]Manchester and Warwick have slightly better International mobility stats than the others - meaning that they're slightly better at helping International students make the jump to another country.

In terms of sector, I would check with the schools to see what kind of firms in this space recruit from their students. Or, pick the firms you are interested in working for, and scour LinkedIn to see if they've hired MBAs from the schools you're looking it.[/quote]

Duncan and mba hipster, thank you for your posts,
Am I considered an international student, even though I am holding an EU citizenship?
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Duncan
In terms of international mobility, you are certainly an international student unless you have been working in the UK for the last few years.
In terms of international mobility, you are certainly an international student unless you have been working in the UK for the last few years.
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Manchester and Warwick have slightly better International mobility stats than the others - meaning that they're slightly better at helping International students make the jump to another country.

In terms of sector, I would check with the schools to see what kind of firms in this space recruit from their students. Or, pick the firms you are interested in working for, and scour LinkedIn to see if they've hired MBAs from the schools you're looking it.


Among all, Warwick seems the hardest to receive an offer. Also, I heard good things about Cranfield, based on my profile do you think MBS or Cranfield suits me better?
[quote]Manchester and Warwick have slightly better International mobility stats than the others - meaning that they're slightly better at helping International students make the jump to another country.

In terms of sector, I would check with the schools to see what kind of firms in this space recruit from their students. Or, pick the firms you are interested in working for, and scour LinkedIn to see if they've hired MBAs from the schools you're looking it.[/quote]

Among all, Warwick seems the hardest to receive an offer. Also, I heard good things about Cranfield, based on my profile do you think MBS or Cranfield suits me better?
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Duncan
Since you are changing industry and, I think, also country then the 18/21 month formats at Alliance MBS or at Birmingham will be better for you.
Since you are changing industry and, I think, also country then the 18/21 month formats at Alliance MBS or at Birmingham will be better for you.
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mba hipste...
Good advice from Duncan. I'd add that at least for now, holding EU citizen means that you'd deal with fewer post-MBA visa issues than those who hail from outside the eurozone. Still, you should get into the best MBA program you can!
Good advice from Duncan. I'd add that at least for now, holding EU citizen means that you'd deal with fewer post-MBA visa issues than those who hail from outside the eurozone. Still, you should get into the best MBA program you can!
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