Employment after MBA from BATH


Duncan

Assuming the Lancaster course is the AMM, rather than the MSc in marketing, then it's a strong option. 

Both news are in a good position now, with new buildings. Lancaster is seen more as a marketing school, of the two. 

Assuming the Lancaster course is the AMM, rather than the MSc in marketing, then it's a strong option.&nbsp;<br><br>Both news are in a good position now, with new buildings. Lancaster is seen more as a marketing school, of the two.&nbsp;
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rajeshrmt

I have an offer from AMM & MBA, but MBA is turning out to be expensive of the two (by around £1,000). Would doing AMM at the age of 30 make sense?

Bath MBA is £10,000 more than Lancaster. 

I haven't heard back from Edinburgh & it looks bleak now. 

I have an offer from AMM &amp; MBA, but MBA is turning out to be expensive of the two (by around £1,000). Would doing AMM at the age of 30 make sense?<br><br>Bath MBA is £10,000 more than Lancaster.&nbsp;<br><br>I haven't heard back from Edinburgh &amp; it looks bleak now.&nbsp;
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Duncan

I think the MBA gives you a lot more learning and a much better cohort than the AMM. Paying more for Bath makes little sense to me when Lancaster is in the FT top 100 and Bath is not, unless you are a particular focus on the south west or Bath's partners. 

I think the MBA gives you a lot more learning and a much better cohort than the AMM. Paying more for Bath makes little sense to me when Lancaster is in the FT top 100 and Bath is not, unless you are a particular focus on the south west or Bath's partners.&nbsp;
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This really depends on the firms you consider to be top, and which sort of consulting. The top strategy consultancies do not hire MBAs from those schools. You'd have to look at the top six or seven UK schools for that


Hi Duncan, hope this text finds you well.

I am a prospective student at Cranfield School of Management and the University of Bath for the MSc in Management program. And I am super confused between the two, the reasons being:
1] Cranfield ranks better than Bath on the QS list
2] Cranfield is exclusively PG college and has better industry linkages, hence, increasing internship and employment opportunity


On the other hand, Bath ranks better on FT and The Economist lists and enjoys greater popularity in the UK.My core focus is the brand name of the institution and employment opportunity after the course, I am aiming to work with MBB or Big 4. Since you are already an expert in the field and know UK and employers there better. Can you please guide me?

I have attached my LinkedIn link for giving you an idea about my profile. https://www.linkedin.com/in/shraddha-mishraa/

[quote]This really depends on the firms you consider to be top, and which sort of consulting. The top strategy consultancies do not hire MBAs from those schools. You'd have to look at the top six or seven UK schools for that [/quote]<br><br>Hi Duncan, hope this text finds you well.
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</div><div>I am a prospective student at Cranfield School of Management and the University of Bath for the MSc in Management program. And I am super confused between the two, the reasons being:
</div><div>1] Cranfield ranks better than Bath on the QS list
</div><div>2] Cranfield is exclusively PG college and has better industry linkages, hence, increasing internship and employment opportunity
</div><br><br><div>On the other hand, Bath ranks better on FT and The Economist lists and enjoys greater popularity in the UK.</div><div>My core focus is the brand name of the institution and employment opportunity after the course, I am aiming to work with MBB or Big 4. Since you are already an expert in the field and know UK and employers there better. Can you please guide me?</div><br><br><div>I have attached my LinkedIn link for giving you an idea about my profile. https://www.linkedin.com/in/shraddha-mishraa/</div><div>
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StuartHE

If you only want the opinions of Duncan, hire him. This is a discussion board. 

If you only want the opinions of Duncan, hire him. This is a discussion board.&nbsp;
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mba hipste...

My core focus is the brand name of the institution and employment opportunity after the course, I am aiming to work with MBB or Big 4.

I'm not sure these schools are the most direct route for your career goals. Look at LBS instead. 

[quote]My core focus is the brand name of the institution and employment opportunity after the course, I am aiming to work with MBB or Big 4.[/quote]<br>I'm not sure these schools are the most direct route for your career goals. Look at LBS instead.&nbsp;
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