Henley v Royal Holloway


lkidd981

Hi,

I'm returning to the UK from Australia to study an MBA full-time. I've been looking for Business Schools around where my family lived in Berkshire. I've so far come down to two universities, Henley and Royal Holloway. Both highly respectable uni's, but 15k difference in their price. Does anyone have any information on either program? I can afford either school but want to make sure which will provide me the better opportunities after graduating.

Hi,

I'm returning to the UK from Australia to study an MBA full-time. I've been looking for Business Schools around where my family lived in Berkshire. I've so far come down to two universities, Henley and Royal Holloway. Both highly respectable uni's, but 15k difference in their price. Does anyone have any information on either program? I can afford either school but want to make sure which will provide me the better opportunities after graduating.
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Duncan

Henley is a much better school, and the premium is tiny for the higher standard of students and the alumni network worldwide. Brunel is probably a better option than Royal Holloway.

Also try this: How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571

Henley is a much better school, and the premium is tiny for the higher standard of students and the alumni network worldwide. Brunel is probably a better option than Royal Holloway.

Also try this: How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571
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lkidd981

Thank you Duncan. I did look at Brunel but didn't hear good thinks about the program, but any insight would be much appreciated.

Thank you Duncan. I did look at Brunel but didn't hear good thinks about the program, but any insight would be much appreciated.
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Duncan

Henley is much better, but you can read more by searching the board.

Why not Oxford? it's only a little longer on the train than Oxford, and considering the distance of the campus perhaps faster door-to-door.

Henley is much better, but you can read more by searching the board.

Why not Oxford? it's only a little longer on the train than Oxford, and considering the distance of the campus perhaps faster door-to-door.
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