Getting confused while choosing University


harish99

Hi All
I am a software engineer from India. Having a good academeics, good extra-curricular and 2 year of experience in s/w MNC.
I have applied for full time MBA in UK universities (sept 2009) intake, which require 2 years of experience.

Please help me out to decide from following list:
University of Liverpool
Edinburg Business [email protected] University
University of wales Bangor
Coventry University
Birmingham city University

Which university is better in terms of emplyoability, education and cost effectiveness.

Hi All
I am a software engineer from India. Having a good academeics, good extra-curricular and 2 year of experience in s/w MNC.
I have applied for full time MBA in UK universities (sept 2009) intake, which require 2 years of experience.

Please help me out to decide from following list:
University of Liverpool
Edinburg Business [email protected] University
University of wales Bangor
Coventry University
Birmingham city University

Which university is better in terms of emplyoability, education and cost effectiveness.
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harish99

Hi All
I am a software engineer from India. Having a good academeics, good extra-curricular and 2 year of experience in s/w MNC.
I want to do my mba this year only , so choosen following good Universities (require 2 years exp) on the basis of my budget and profile.

Aberdeen University MBA
University of Liverpool
Edinburg Business [email protected] University
University of wales Bangor

I have done lots of research and come to know that all above universities are of same reputation.I

Please help me out to decide:
Which university is better in terms of emplyoability, education and cost effectiveness.

<blockquote>Hi All
I am a software engineer from India. Having a good academeics, good extra-curricular and 2 year of experience in s/w MNC.
I want to do my mba this year only , so choosen following <B>good</B> Universities (require 2 years exp) on the basis of my budget and profile.

Aberdeen University MBA
University of Liverpool
Edinburg Business [email protected] University
University of wales Bangor

I have done lots of research and come to know that all above universities are of same reputation.I

Please help me out to decide:
Which university is better in terms of emplyoability, education and cost effectiveness.</blockquote>
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Hi,

Actually none of those Uni's has a strong reputation regarding Business education. However, I would say that The University of Liverpool, could be the best option, as it is a Russell Group University, so getting a degree from there, would be highly regarded. A second option, would be Herriot-Watt (but edinburgh is an expensive city).
Regarding the others, I dont think they are very good options. If you have 2 years experience, I believe, the best option would be Cardiff Business School .This is a very good Uni, and the business school is strong and very well known for its excellence in research (see RAE).

Hi,

Actually none of those Uni's has a strong reputation regarding Business education. However, I would say that The University of Liverpool, could be the best option, as it is a Russell Group University, so getting a degree from there, would be highly regarded. A second option, would be Herriot-Watt (but edinburgh is an expensive city).
Regarding the others, I dont think they are very good options. If you have 2 years experience, I believe, the best option would be Cardiff Business School .This is a very good Uni, and the business school is strong and very well known for its excellence in research (see RAE).
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harish99

Hi
I know that Liverpool is a great place for students. In liverpool two universities are there university of Liverpool and Liverpool john moore university. i have offers from both the universities. As LJMU has lesser fees than UOL.
Please tell me which one will be the good option? and is there any differece in job market for both university passout students.

Hi
I know that Liverpool is a great place for students. In liverpool two universities are there university of Liverpool and Liverpool john moore university. i have offers from both the universities. As LJMU has lesser fees than UOL.
Please tell me which one will be the good option? and is there any differece in job market for both university passout students.
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Hi All
I am a software engineer from India. Having a good academeics, good extra-curricular and 2 year of experience in s/w MNC.
I have applied for full time MBA in UK universities (sept 2009) intake, which require 2 years of experience.

Please help me out to decide from following list:
University of Liverpool
Edinburg Business [email protected] University
University of wales Bangor
Coventry University
Birmingham city University

Which university is better in terms of emplyoability, education and cost effectiveness.


hi Harish,
I find myself in the same place as you. Can you help me out please? We can connect over LinkedIn.

[quote]Hi All
I am a software engineer from India. Having a good academeics, good extra-curricular and 2 year of experience in s/w MNC.
I have applied for full time MBA in UK universities (sept 2009) intake, which require 2 years of experience.

Please help me out to decide from following list:
University of Liverpool
Edinburg Business [email protected] University
University of wales Bangor
Coventry University
Birmingham city University

Which university is better in terms of emplyoability, education and cost effectiveness. [/quote]<br><br>hi Harish,<br>I find myself in the same place as you. Can you help me out please? We can connect over LinkedIn.
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Duncan

The University of Liverpool is the best of these for employment, and far better than the former polytechnic schools like LJMU. See The Economist for their 'Which MBA' data. Cardiff would be better for a PhD, and is a highly effective choice for students planning on returning to Asia.

[Edited by Duncan on Nov 07, 2021]

The University of Liverpool is the best of these for employment, and far better than the former polytechnic schools like LJMU. See The Economist for their 'Which MBA' data. Cardiff would be better for a PhD, and is a highly effective choice for students planning on returning to Asia.<br>
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