Full Time MBA in UK in Fall 2011


fly2suresh

with your kind of exp u can apply for Heriot watt university and University of LIVERPOOL


if u have more Q's msg me [email protected]

with your kind of exp u can apply for Heriot watt university and University of LIVERPOOL


if u have more Q's msg me [email protected]mail.com
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Hello Dear MBA aspirants & experts,

I would really appreciate some expert advice on some of my queries. I am sure there are some knowledgeable people on this forum who can help me out.

I am looking for a FT MBA program in UK (pref. England) for September 2011 session. I presently have 2.9 years of work experience (as of today) and by the time I apply in February, I would have completed 3 years.

In my case, I have a year of exp as an HR Exec with a small company, then another year with Accenture as a Credit Controller (Finance BPO) and now another year as a Website Content Writer with another small company. In my present role, I will also complete more than 7 months in the position of Project Coordinator of the Website Development Team (which is supervisory in nature). I have an IELTS score of 8.5 but no GMAT yet (looks unlikely). My bachelor;s degree is BBM from Bangalore Uni @ 65 % average over 3 years. in my 10th and 12th standards, English and Maths scores are quite good, above 85%.


My questions to fellow aspirants and MBA experts on this forum are:
*which unis should I be targeting this year? (realistic chances)
*apart from GMAT, what else can strengthen my application?
*for UK unis, is it a big disadvantage in applications if I am not able to produce a GMAT score?
*what do you think are my problem areas in making a decent case for any reputed MBA program?

I would really appreciate some honest words. Thank you!

Hello Dear MBA aspirants & experts,

I would really appreciate some expert advice on some of my queries. I am sure there are some knowledgeable people on this forum who can help me out.

I am looking for a FT MBA program in UK (pref. England) for September 2011 session. I presently have 2.9 years of work experience (as of today) and by the time I apply in February, I would have completed 3 years.

In my case, I have a year of exp as an HR Exec with a small company, then another year with Accenture as a Credit Controller (Finance BPO) and now another year as a Website Content Writer with another small company. In my present role, I will also complete more than 7 months in the position of Project Coordinator of the Website Development Team (which is supervisory in nature). I have an IELTS score of 8.5 but no GMAT yet (looks unlikely). My bachelor;s degree is BBM from Bangalore Uni @ 65 % average over 3 years. in my 10th and 12th standards, English and Maths scores are quite good, above 85%.


My questions to fellow aspirants and MBA experts on this forum are:
*which unis should I be targeting this year? (realistic chances)
*apart from GMAT, what else can strengthen my application?
*for UK unis, is it a big disadvantage in applications if I am not able to produce a GMAT score?
*what do you think are my problem areas in making a decent case for any reputed MBA program?

I would really appreciate some honest words. Thank you!
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lemming176

Your big issue will be a complete lack of any management experience. For all good MBA programmes (Tiers 1, 2 and 3)an ability to share experiences is vital to the learning process. If you have none to share, this is a big issue for the class!

I'd suggest you wait a couple more years, do the GMAT and target a good school. You will ot fully benefit from the MBA experience or get the best job benefits longterm otherwise.

Your big issue will be a complete lack of any management experience. For all good MBA programmes (Tiers 1, 2 and 3)an ability to share experiences is vital to the learning process. If you have none to share, this is a big issue for the class!

I'd suggest you wait a couple more years, do the GMAT and target a good school. You will ot fully benefit from the MBA experience or get the best job benefits longterm otherwise.
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thank you for the reply lemming 176,

Just to clarify, I am performing in managerial capacity for about 6 months now. As I said, I am working as a Project Coordinator and that involves managerial duties like interaction with clients, directors of the company, my team of 5 and other support departments in order to get the project requirements right, get high-level and low-level plans in order, coordinating with other departments to make sure plans are executed accordingly. Apart from that, I do website-testing and also write content.

I dont have significant managerial experience and I think thats why I require the MBA. I dont want to appear inefficient while leading a larger team. I hope you get my point. Also, I think I can make excellent contributions to the MBA class based on my experiences as an HR exec, financial analyst and content writer. I have a generalistic view of these departments, although not "managerial" in case of the first two roles.

I had applied last year and I got unconditional offers based on 2.4 years of work exp from Liverpool, Swansea, Robert Gordon, Aberystwyth and Oxford Brookes. I didnt join because they were not my first preference.

I also got conditional offers from Royal Holloway and Sheffield. The former asked for 550 GMAT and the latter for 3 years. In both cases, I couldnt fulfill the conditions.

I agree with you in saying that post MBA employment may be tricky because I dont have a strong backup of exp in any specific domain.

thank you for the reply lemming 176,

Just to clarify, I am performing in managerial capacity for about 6 months now. As I said, I am working as a Project Coordinator and that involves managerial duties like interaction with clients, directors of the company, my team of 5 and other support departments in order to get the project requirements right, get high-level and low-level plans in order, coordinating with other departments to make sure plans are executed accordingly. Apart from that, I do website-testing and also write content.

I dont have significant managerial experience and I think thats why I require the MBA. I dont want to appear inefficient while leading a larger team. I hope you get my point. Also, I think I can make excellent contributions to the MBA class based on my experiences as an HR exec, financial analyst and content writer. I have a generalistic view of these departments, although not "managerial" in case of the first two roles.

I had applied last year and I got unconditional offers based on 2.4 years of work exp from Liverpool, Swansea, Robert Gordon, Aberystwyth and Oxford Brookes. I didnt join because they were not my first preference.

I also got conditional offers from Royal Holloway and Sheffield. The former asked for 550 GMAT and the latter for 3 years. In both cases, I couldnt fulfill the conditions.

I agree with you in saying that post MBA employment may be tricky because I dont have a strong backup of exp in any specific domain.
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susee

hi,

sorry to interrupt.....Today scenario is different in UK...If you wish to come UK,do it fast....I will suggest two options...First one....Find some medium univ and come as soon as possible...so that you will get your PSW visa....Or else I would suggest to add another 3 yrs of exp and look for premier univ with better GMAT...Now PSW permit has become a question mark.....So many rumors are going on....I am not sure....Choice is yours...

Best wishes...

hi,

sorry to interrupt.....Today scenario is different in UK...If you wish to come UK,do it fast....I will suggest two options...First one....Find some medium univ and come as soon as possible...so that you will get your PSW visa....Or else I would suggest to add another 3 yrs of exp and look for premier univ with better GMAT...Now PSW permit has become a question mark.....So many rumors are going on....I am not sure....Choice is yours...

Best wishes...
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Mamit

I am a B.E. in Electrical Engineering (2008 batch) from Jadavpur University, Kolkata. I am working in Calcutta Electric Suplly Corporation (CESC) Ltd. since July, 2008 where my role is to lead a team of assistant engineers, supervisors, workmen and contractual employees in carrying out breakdown/ maintainance/ augmentation of electric network in the twin cities of Kolkata and Howrah.

I am interested in pursuing an MBA course in the UK in Fall 2011. My preffered Universities are:
Durham University
Bradford University
Aston University
Strathclyde University
University of Bath
Leeds University
Please comment on my choices. Presently I have 2 years work experience and I will be applying to these Universities in October 2010. So I will not be having the mandatory 3 years work experience at the time I apply, but the same criteria will be fulfilled by the time I join the course (Septemeber, 2011). Howmuch will that prove to be a deterrent in my application?

I am planning to give my GMAT and IELTS this August. Howmuch GMAT score do I need for this Universities with this job profile and what are the chances of securing a scholarship?

Waiting eagerly for your replies...


Hi any body planning to to MBA from Bradford University UK can contact me. being an alumini of Bradford Universiy i can help you in getting admission provided if you can show 3 years of managerial work experience just before starting your MBA program. please let me know if you need any help. and for your information Bradford is now in top 10 in the UK according to FT ranking 2010.
Please check the following link
http://www.brad.ac.uk/management/news-and-events/news/101206/
Regards
Mamit

<blockquote>I am a B.E. in Electrical Engineering (2008 batch) from Jadavpur University, Kolkata. I am working in Calcutta Electric Suplly Corporation (CESC) Ltd. since July, 2008 where my role is to lead a team of assistant engineers, supervisors, workmen and contractual employees in carrying out breakdown/ maintainance/ augmentation of electric network in the twin cities of Kolkata and Howrah.

I am interested in pursuing an MBA course in the UK in Fall 2011. My preffered Universities are:
Durham University
Bradford University
Aston University
Strathclyde University
University of Bath
Leeds University
Please comment on my choices. Presently I have 2 years work experience and I will be applying to these Universities in October 2010. So I will not be having the mandatory 3 years work experience at the time I apply, but the same criteria will be fulfilled by the time I join the course (Septemeber, 2011). Howmuch will that prove to be a deterrent in my application?

I am planning to give my GMAT and IELTS this August. Howmuch GMAT score do I need for this Universities with this job profile and what are the chances of securing a scholarship?

Waiting eagerly for your replies...</blockquote>

Hi any body planning to to MBA from Bradford University UK can contact me. being an alumini of Bradford Universiy i can help you in getting admission provided if you can show 3 years of managerial work experience just before starting your MBA program. please let me know if you need any help. and for your information Bradford is now in top 10 in the UK according to FT ranking 2010.
Please check the following link
http://www.brad.ac.uk/management/news-and-events/news/101206/
Regards
Mamit
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hi,

sorry to interrupt.....Today scenario is different in UK...If you wish to come UK,do it fast....I will suggest two options...First one....Find some medium univ and come as soon as possible...so that you will get your PSW visa....Or else I would suggest to add another 3 yrs of exp and look for premier univ with better GMAT...Now PSW permit has become a question mark.....So many rumors are going on....I am not sure....Choice is yours...

Best wishes...


thanks for the reply susee,

Would you please also specify which universities you are suggesting by saying medium universities. As I said earlier, I cannot defer my MBA anymore and have to do something about it this year.

<blockquote>hi,

sorry to interrupt.....Today scenario is different in UK...If you wish to come UK,do it fast....I will suggest two options...First one....Find some medium univ and come as soon as possible...so that you will get your PSW visa....Or else I would suggest to add another 3 yrs of exp and look for premier univ with better GMAT...Now PSW permit has become a question mark.....So many rumors are going on....I am not sure....Choice is yours...

Best wishes...</blockquote>

thanks for the reply susee,

Would you please also specify which universities you are suggesting by saying medium universities. As I said earlier, I cannot defer my MBA anymore and have to do something about it this year.

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Mamit

Hi Asif,
I agree with Susee.. that PSW is a big question mark from April 2011, although nothing is certain at present. well regarding admission in the UK i would suggest that you need to check your priorities. to be employed in the UK is not very easy for international students, however a good MBA degree will always help you.

Hi Asif,
I agree with Susee.. that PSW is a big question mark from April 2011, although nothing is certain at present. well regarding admission in the UK i would suggest that you need to check your priorities. to be employed in the UK is not very easy for international students, however a good MBA degree will always help you.
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thanks for the reply Mamit, however, nobody seems to be answering my repeated question. lol

I want to know about the Unis where I stand a good chance of being offered a place in the MBA program.....according to me, apart from the GMAT, I fulfill all criteria listed for many Full Time MBA programs in the UK.

thanks for the reply Mamit, however, nobody seems to be answering my repeated question. lol

I want to know about the Unis where I stand a good chance of being offered a place in the MBA program.....according to me, apart from the GMAT, I fulfill all criteria listed for many Full Time MBA programs in the UK.
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Mamit

Hello Dear MBA aspirants & experts,

I would really appreciate some expert advice on some of my queries. I am sure there are some knowledgeable people on this forum who can help me out.

I am looking for a FT MBA program in UK (pref. England) for September 2011 session. I presently have 2.9 years of work experience (as of today) and by the time I apply in February, I would have completed 3 years.

In my case, I have a year of exp as an HR Exec with a small company, then another year with Accenture as a Credit Controller (Finance BPO) and now another year as a Website Content Writer with another small company. In my present role, I will also complete more than 7 months in the position of Project Coordinator of the Website Development Team (which is supervisory in nature). I have an IELTS score of 8.5 but no GMAT yet (looks unlikely). My bachelor;s degree is BBM from Bangalore Uni @ 65 % average over 3 years. in my 10th and 12th standards, English and Maths scores are quite good, above 85%.


My questions to fellow aspirants and MBA experts on this forum are:
*which unis should I be targeting this year? (realistic chances)
*apart from GMAT, what else can strengthen my application?
*for UK unis, is it a big disadvantage in applications if I am not able to produce a GMAT score?
*what do you think are my problem areas in making a decent case for any reputed MBA program?

I would really appreciate some honest words. Thank you!


Hi Asif,
According to your profile you have 3 years of varied Experience. however based on your experience the universities you can get through without GMAT would be
1. Strathclyde (Scotland)
2. Leeds University Business School
3. Bradford University
4. Birmingham University (not Birmingham City University )
5. Hull Business School
6. Kent University MBA
7. RHUL, London
8. Kingston University London
9. University of East Angelia
10. University of Ulster (Northern Island)

Let me know your requirement in terms of what would you expect out of your MBA, how much do you want to spend and what are your future plans so that i can recommend you the best suited MBA.

<blockquote>Hello Dear MBA aspirants & experts,

I would really appreciate some expert advice on some of my queries. I am sure there are some knowledgeable people on this forum who can help me out.

I am looking for a FT MBA program in UK (pref. England) for September 2011 session. I presently have 2.9 years of work experience (as of today) and by the time I apply in February, I would have completed 3 years.

In my case, I have a year of exp as an HR Exec with a small company, then another year with Accenture as a Credit Controller (Finance BPO) and now another year as a Website Content Writer with another small company. In my present role, I will also complete more than 7 months in the position of Project Coordinator of the Website Development Team (which is supervisory in nature). I have an IELTS score of 8.5 but no GMAT yet (looks unlikely). My bachelor;s degree is BBM from Bangalore Uni @ 65 % average over 3 years. in my 10th and 12th standards, English and Maths scores are quite good, above 85%.


My questions to fellow aspirants and MBA experts on this forum are:
*which unis should I be targeting this year? (realistic chances)
*apart from GMAT, what else can strengthen my application?
*for UK unis, is it a big disadvantage in applications if I am not able to produce a GMAT score?
*what do you think are my problem areas in making a decent case for any reputed MBA program?

I would really appreciate some honest words. Thank you!</blockquote>

Hi Asif,
According to your profile you have 3 years of varied Experience. however based on your experience the universities you can get through without GMAT would be
1. Strathclyde (Scotland)
2. Leeds University Business School
3. Bradford University
4. Birmingham University (not Birmingham City University )
5. Hull Business School
6. Kent University MBA
7. RHUL, London
8. Kingston University London
9. University of East Angelia
10. University of Ulster (Northern Island)

Let me know your requirement in terms of what would you expect out of your MBA, how much do you want to spend and what are your future plans so that i can recommend you the best suited MBA.
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Hi again Mamit, and thanks for the reply.

I have been in touch with some of the Unis you have mentioned in your post and from what I could understand from the interaction with them; Bradford, Leeds, Birmingham and Strathclyde are very strict about GMAT. They have clearly mentioned to me that GMAT is an essential part of the application if the applicant has below 5 years of work exp. do you know something that I dont? :)

Also, as I mentioned in my first post, I had a conditional offer from RHUL last year asking for a 550 GMAT. So that rules out quite a few Unis for me, what is your opinion on that? About Kent, I am not too sure if they accept candidates with less than 4 years of work exp. at least that is what one of my friends, who completed his MBA from there, told me.

My expextations from a General MBA is to gain exposure to business management practices from a global point of view and learn from authentic sources instead of learning through on-the-job methods as I am doing right now. I strictly believe that management is best learnt when practiced but in order to perform effectively and confidently in a managerial role I feel, for me at least, a solid launchpad is a must and thats what I think an MBA can do for me right now. Also, if I slug it out in this field for the next 2-3 years, I dont think MBA degree will hold much significance for me by then since I would already have become competent through practice. Right now MBA can help me skip a few years. Dont you think?

Hi again Mamit, and thanks for the reply.

I have been in touch with some of the Unis you have mentioned in your post and from what I could understand from the interaction with them; Bradford, Leeds, Birmingham and Strathclyde are very strict about GMAT. They have clearly mentioned to me that GMAT is an essential part of the application if the applicant has below 5 years of work exp. do you know something that I dont? :)

Also, as I mentioned in my first post, I had a conditional offer from RHUL last year asking for a 550 GMAT. So that rules out quite a few Unis for me, what is your opinion on that? About Kent, I am not too sure if they accept candidates with less than 4 years of work exp. at least that is what one of my friends, who completed his MBA from there, told me.

My expextations from a General MBA is to gain exposure to business management practices from a global point of view and learn from authentic sources instead of learning through on-the-job methods as I am doing right now. I strictly believe that management is best learnt when practiced but in order to perform effectively and confidently in a managerial role I feel, for me at least, a solid launchpad is a must and thats what I think an MBA can do for me right now. Also, if I slug it out in this field for the next 2-3 years, I dont think MBA degree will hold much significance for me by then since I would already have become competent through practice. Right now MBA can help me skip a few years. Dont you think?
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Mamit

Well yes i do agree that most of the top B-Schools do ask for GMAT and in that matter even Bradford does. but since i am an alumni of the university of Bradford and i am in touch with admission team of Bradford University School of Management, i can try getting you an exemption from GMAT. i already helped some of my friends in getting through Bradford. please email me your resume at [email protected] and i can speak to the university on your behalf. and according to me i believe Bradford is one of the very few UK university offering more than 18 electives in their MBA programs and the professors here in Bradford are Internationally known in their field.

Well yes i do agree that most of the top B-Schools do ask for GMAT and in that matter even Bradford does. but since i am an alumni of the university of Bradford and i am in touch with admission team of Bradford University School of Management, i can try getting you an exemption from GMAT. i already helped some of my friends in getting through Bradford. please email me your resume at [email protected] and i can speak to the university on your behalf. and according to me i believe Bradford is one of the very few UK university offering more than 18 electives in their MBA programs and the professors here in Bradford are Internationally known in their field.
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well thats great. I have forwarded my CV to your inbox. Thanks Mamit. In my defense for GMAT, I would like confirm that I have always scored more than 85% marks in English and Maths i.e. in 10th, 12th and Bachelor's Degree. Plus I have an IELTS score of 8.5.....That is the argument I am planning to put forth in case I attend interviews for B-schools. :)

well thats great. I have forwarded my CV to your inbox. Thanks Mamit. In my defense for GMAT, I would like confirm that I have always scored more than 85% marks in English and Maths i.e. in 10th, 12th and Bachelor's Degree. Plus I have an IELTS score of 8.5.....That is the argument I am planning to put forth in case I attend interviews for B-schools. :)
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Mamit

well thats great. I have forwarded my CV to your inbox. Thanks Mamit. In my defense for GMAT, I would like confirm that I have always scored more than 85% marks in English and Maths i.e. in 10th, 12th and Bachelor's Degree. Plus I have an IELTS score of 8.5.....That is the argument I am planning to put forth in case I attend interviews for B-schools. :)

Bradford has an Internal test for MBA applicants which is quite similar to GMAT so candidates without GMAT would require to take this test before proceeding with the interview round.

<blockquote>well thats great. I have forwarded my CV to your inbox. Thanks Mamit. In my defense for GMAT, I would like confirm that I have always scored more than 85% marks in English and Maths i.e. in 10th, 12th and Bachelor's Degree. Plus I have an IELTS score of 8.5.....That is the argument I am planning to put forth in case I attend interviews for B-schools. :)</blockquote>
Bradford has an Internal test for MBA applicants which is quite similar to GMAT so candidates without GMAT would require to take this test before proceeding with the interview round.
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advenal

Hi Everyone,
I am in serious dilema and need some gneuine suggestions from you experts .

I am a technology consultant with experience nearing to 15 years , GMAT -650. I did an extensive research on EMBA Vs. MBA and concluded to go for a MBA in Europe , primarily because of one year course structure and affordability . Until last october I was pretty sure to apply business schools in UK and applied to few of them . E.g. Warwick , Durham and Bath . Already have admit from Durham and Bath and rejected from Warwick after interview . Now, with all the uncertainities looming over the UK situation , I wated to expand my choice and applied to Tias-Nimbas and UCD Smurfit . Already got admit from Tias-Nimbas (decent scholarship) and hopefully will get from UCD as well . My primary objective of doing an MBA is to have a career break , invest in time and money to better myself from an all-round perspective and get that international academic exposure . Post-study job in the same country is not a major criteria. However it is a plus point. Another criteria for me is to have an expeipenced cohort (>8/9 yrs. experience) in the programme.
So now the question is between the UK universities that I have an offer from and the Dutch /Irish university .

Pls. do post your opinions .

Thanks

Hi Everyone,
I am in serious dilema and need some gneuine suggestions from you experts .

I am a technology consultant with experience nearing to 15 years , GMAT -650. I did an extensive research on EMBA Vs. MBA and concluded to go for a MBA in Europe , primarily because of one year course structure and affordability . Until last october I was pretty sure to apply business schools in UK and applied to few of them . E.g. Warwick , Durham and Bath . Already have admit from Durham and Bath and rejected from Warwick after interview . Now, with all the uncertainities looming over the UK situation , I wated to expand my choice and applied to Tias-Nimbas and UCD Smurfit . Already got admit from Tias-Nimbas (decent scholarship) and hopefully will get from UCD as well . My primary objective of doing an MBA is to have a career break , invest in time and money to better myself from an all-round perspective and get that international academic exposure . Post-study job in the same country is not a major criteria. However it is a plus point. Another criteria for me is to have an expeipenced cohort (>8/9 yrs. experience) in the programme.
So now the question is between the UK universities that I have an offer from and the Dutch /Irish university .

Pls. do post your opinions .

Thanks


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Mamit

Hi,
You have a great profile and i am sure that can get some good financial aid as well. I would strongly recommend you to opt for UK university over Dutch, is because of the exposure you will get in UK would be far more than Dutch and also openings in UK for experienced person like you are far better than other European countries.
Tias Nimbas is a good B-School and it does have a joint collaboration with our Bradford University, and lot of our professors often visit Tias for delivering lectures, but the candidates joining Bradford have better profile than Tias.

Hi,
You have a great profile and i am sure that can get some good financial aid as well. I would strongly recommend you to opt for UK university over Dutch, is because of the exposure you will get in UK would be far more than Dutch and also openings in UK for experienced person like you are far better than other European countries.
Tias Nimbas is a good B-School and it does have a joint collaboration with our Bradford University, and lot of our professors often visit Tias for delivering lectures, but the candidates joining Bradford have better profile than Tias.
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advenal

Thanks for your opinion . I kind of agree with you on the point that an UK MBA will have more weight compared to a Dutch MBA so far as the ranking, reputation etc. are concerned . but quality of education is something that I believe depends on variety of critrias primarily on the kind of students , faculty quality etc. In that regard I find almost all faculties of TiasNImbas are PHDs with some phenomenal education backgrounds and experience. The major concern I have with respect to the UK schools is that I dont know if at all I'll be eligible to get a Visa to legally work in UK post-MBA . This is stongest deterrent that I have now to chose an UK school .

Another factor that also matters to me is the international and experienced cohort . The asian population in any tier-2/3 UK school is anywhere from 45-70% with Indians counting anywhere from 25-50% . I hardly can term it as an international cohort ( no offence intended, I am an indian myself. Just my personal view) . TiasNimbas has a an experienced cohort avenraging 30 years , UCD averaging 31 years etc. with a real international cohort (Tias).

The reputaion and ranking ofcourse undoubtedly tilt towards the UK schools I have chosen , but the uncertainties and educational aspirations tilt towards Tias-Nimbas/UCD . And that's the dilema.

Thanks

Thanks for your opinion . I kind of agree with you on the point that an UK MBA will have more weight compared to a Dutch MBA so far as the ranking, reputation etc. are concerned . but quality of education is something that I believe depends on variety of critrias primarily on the kind of students , faculty quality etc. In that regard I find almost all faculties of TiasNImbas are PHDs with some phenomenal education backgrounds and experience. The major concern I have with respect to the UK schools is that I dont know if at all I'll be eligible to get a Visa to legally work in UK post-MBA . This is stongest deterrent that I have now to chose an UK school .

Another factor that also matters to me is the international and experienced cohort . The asian population in any tier-2/3 UK school is anywhere from 45-70% with Indians counting anywhere from 25-50% . I hardly can term it as an international cohort ( no offence intended, I am an indian myself. Just my personal view) . TiasNimbas has a an experienced cohort avenraging 30 years , UCD averaging 31 years etc. with a real international cohort (Tias).

The reputaion and ranking ofcourse undoubtedly tilt towards the UK schools I have chosen , but the uncertainties and educational aspirations tilt towards Tias-Nimbas/UCD . And that's the dilema.

Thanks


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Mamit

Hi,
yes you are rite. Most of the Top B-Schools have Indian student population of around 30-50%, this is due to the fact that Indians are very career oriented and hard working, but its the hard fact. As you know being ambitious and career focused, if Indians mostly choose UK universities over other European university then there has to be a reason for this rite? As far as i know at present UK has PSW scheme (not sure how long it will last for) but EU has no such scheme or if they have then i am not aware.
And Yes Tias Nimbas is a Good B-School.

Hi,
yes you are rite. Most of the Top B-Schools have Indian student population of around 30-50%, this is due to the fact that Indians are very career oriented and hard working, but its the hard fact. As you know being ambitious and career focused, if Indians mostly choose UK universities over other European university then there has to be a reason for this rite? As far as i know at present UK has PSW scheme (not sure how long it will last for) but EU has no such scheme or if they have then i am not aware.
And Yes Tias Nimbas is a Good B-School.
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LEDMAY

Greetings to fellow MBA aspirants and experts!

Like others , I am also interested in FT MBA in UK in Fall 2011.
Work Exp :
5.4 years in Lighting and Semi conductor Sales in Exports/OEM/Trade/Business Development function.
Academics:
Engineering(E&C)-57% , 12th Std -64% and 10th Std -76%

I dont have GMAT score.

What could be the good universities i should be targeting?

Looking forward to the expert advice.

Greetings to fellow MBA aspirants and experts!

Like others , I am also interested in FT MBA in UK in Fall 2011.
Work Exp :
5.4 years in Lighting and Semi conductor Sales in Exports/OEM/Trade/Business Development function.
Academics:
Engineering(E&C)-57% , 12th Std -64% and 10th Std -76%

I dont have GMAT score.

What could be the good universities i should be targeting?

Looking forward to the expert advice.



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simple33

Hi, I have a similar profile to yours..
GMAT 640
Work Exp. 12years in IT & Consulting

have you made a decision? Please let me know as well..

Hi, I have a similar profile to yours..
GMAT 640
Work Exp. 12years in IT & Consulting

have you made a decision? Please let me know as well..
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