How is Nottingham university business school ?


hs
VISA from India:
I believe that the visa procedure is pretty much simple. It is Tier 4 visa for higher education. You submit docs to VFS , they process it in 8-10 days and grant visa.I have read on the VFS/ British embassy website that around 80-88 % applications are cleared by the 6th day from application. Though you will have to go to VFS to provide Biometric data,it is no worry.

H.S -- I called warwick , today they say a few seats are vacant till now and today is the last day to accept applications(though formal deadline was 31st july) . that proves they may increase intake or few offer letters are past their validity. Say, situation like warwick guys going to LBS , LSE , IMD , IE or HEC or deciding for US etc.
Tushar,

yeah thats what i was thining they might be thinking lse,lba insead n things.. well all the very best with that
<blockquote>VISA from India:
I believe that the visa procedure is pretty much simple. It is Tier 4 visa for higher education. You submit docs to VFS , they process it in 8-10 days and grant visa.I have read on the VFS/ British embassy website that around 80-88 % applications are cleared by the 6th day from application. Though you will have to go to VFS to provide Biometric data,it is no worry.

H.S -- I called warwick , today they say a few seats are vacant till now and today is the last day to accept applications(though formal deadline was 31st july) . that proves they may increase intake or few offer letters are past their validity. Say, situation like warwick guys going to LBS , LSE , IMD , IE or HEC or deciding for US etc.
Tushar,</blockquote>
yeah thats what i was thining they might be thinking lse,lba insead n things.. well all the very best with that
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ctushar
Tushar,
yeah thats what i was thining they might be thinking lse,lba insead n things.. well all the very best with that
VISA,
For the VISA , you have to show , arrangement of LIQUIDITY( only FD's , account balance ,1 day old) for program and living expenses , visa letter , 2 photos, etc nothing extraordinary or tedious.btw i have sought The Chopras as facilitator for further services.One of my friend recommended them on 4th august.I can provide any more details to if you required..
Tushar,</blockquote>
yeah thats what i was thining they might be thinking lse,lba insead n things.. well all the very best with that</blockquote>
VISA,
For the VISA , you have to show , arrangement of LIQUIDITY( only FD's , account balance ,1 day old) for program and living expenses , visa letter , 2 photos, etc nothing extraordinary or tedious.btw i have sought The Chopras as facilitator for further services.One of my friend recommended them on 4th august.I can provide any more details to if you required..
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hs
Tushar,

yeah thats what i was thining they might be thinking lse,lba insead n things.. well all the very best with that
VISA,
For the VISA , you have to show , arrangement of LIQUIDITY( only FD's , account balance ,1 day old) for program and living expenses , visa letter , 2 photos, etc nothing extraordinary or tedious.btw i have sought The Chopras as facilitator for further services.One of my friend recommended them on 4th august.I can provide any more details to if you required..

Oh yes please planning to go home(bangalore) before joining uni so better off getting visa done in india provided it takes 2 weeks else ill be late to college.
<blockquote>Tushar,</blockquote>
yeah thats what i was thining they might be thinking lse,lba insead n things.. well all the very best with that</blockquote>
VISA,
For the VISA , you have to show , arrangement of LIQUIDITY( only FD's , account balance ,1 day old) for program and living expenses , visa letter , 2 photos, etc nothing extraordinary or tedious.btw i have sought The Chopras as facilitator for further services.One of my friend recommended them on 4th august.I can provide any more details to if you required..</blockquote>

Oh yes please planning to go home(bangalore) before joining uni so better off getting visa done in india provided it takes 2 weeks else ill be late to college.
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hs
Tushar,

yeah thats what i was thining they might be thinking lse,lba insead n things.. well all the very best with that

VISA,
For the VISA , you have to show , arrangement of LIQUIDITY( only FD's , account balance ,1 day old) for program and living expenses , visa letter , 2 photos, etc nothing extraordinary or tedious.btw i have sought The Chopras as facilitator for further services.One of my friend recommended them on 4th august.I can provide any more details to if you required..

Oh yes please planning to go home(bangalore) before joining uni so better off getting visa done in india provided it takes 2 weeks else ill be late to college.
Do u have any clue on how much we need to show as living expenses ? Via letter is issued by uni after providing them with transcripts right? im being little stupid here but thought its better off clarifying everything to be clear :)
<blockquote><blockquote>Tushar,</blockquote>
yeah thats what i was thining they might be thinking lse,lba insead n things.. well all the very best with that</blockquote>
VISA,
For the VISA , you have to show , arrangement of LIQUIDITY( only FD's , account balance ,1 day old) for program and living expenses , visa letter , 2 photos, etc nothing extraordinary or tedious.btw i have sought The Chopras as facilitator for further services.One of my friend recommended them on 4th august.I can provide any more details to if you required..</blockquote>

Oh yes please planning to go home(bangalore) before joining uni so better off getting visa done in india provided it takes 2 weeks else ill be late to college.</blockquote>
Do u have any clue on how much we need to show as living expenses ? Via letter is issued by uni after providing them with transcripts right? im being little stupid here but thought its better off clarifying everything to be clear :)
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ctushar
Tushar,

yeah thats what i was thining they might be thinking lse,lba insead n things.. well all the very best with that



Oh yes please planning to go home(bangalore) before joining uni so better off getting visa done in india provided it takes 2 weeks else ill be late to college.

Do u have any clue on how much we need to show as living expenses ? Via letter is issued by uni after providing them with transcripts right? im being little stupid here but thought its better off clarifying everything to be clear :)

hi HS
Well according to my consultant we need to show around 6000( all in pounds) PLUS the fee 18000 (1000 already paid) .so it comes around 20-21 lakh rupees. Note that ,university offer letter to me suggests,the living cost at 8900 pounds.But I believe showing 6000-7000 is OK(needs confirmatiom) Also show 1-2 lakh spare in the account after deducting all the program and living expenses. It has a positive effect.

I guess that you just courier them the certified( stamped as TRUE copies from notary ) copies of transcripts and other documents mentioned in offer letter like Ielts transcripts, degree certificate. I guess that would be enough , as you dont want to trust any courier in the world with original documents.
bye
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Tushar,</blockquote>
yeah thats what i was thining they might be thinking lse,lba insead n things.. well all the very best with that</blockquote>


Oh yes please planning to go home(bangalore) before joining uni so better off getting visa done in india provided it takes 2 weeks else ill be late to college.</blockquote>
Do u have any clue on how much we need to show as living expenses ? Via letter is issued by uni after providing them with transcripts right? im being little stupid here but thought its better off clarifying everything to be clear :) </blockquote>

hi HS
Well according to my consultant we need to show around 6000( all in pounds) PLUS the fee 18000 (1000 already paid) .so it comes around 20-21 lakh rupees. Note that ,university offer letter to me suggests,the living cost at 8900 pounds.But I believe showing 6000-7000 is OK(needs confirmatiom) Also show 1-2 lakh spare in the account after deducting all the program and living expenses. It has a positive effect.

I guess that you just courier them the certified( stamped as TRUE copies from notary ) copies of transcripts and other documents mentioned in offer letter like Ielts transcripts, degree certificate. I guess that would be enough , as you dont want to trust any courier in the world with original documents.
bye
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ctushar
hi everyone,
As mentioned earlier , carrying out lots of research on the net for notts.I found out that student union is really impressive at nottingham. Its a very active and big community. I believe thats what sets notts apart from other schools and Uni's. I hope this also gets reflected in the rankings and in the minds of prospective students.
Also It seems that people have got placed a lot earlier. for ex. a girl on facebook , she was placed in march 09. It sets me thinking , if I am running late on finding accomodation /visas /etc. I even havent received Visa letter yet.is it my flip flop on picking universities causing these delays.?there is buzz that visa filing slots at pune etc will be getting full/crowded, coz it is PEAK student season for UK.any ideas..
hi everyone,
As mentioned earlier , carrying out lots of research on the net for notts.I found out that student union is really impressive at nottingham. Its a very active and big community. I believe thats what sets notts apart from other schools and Uni's. I hope this also gets reflected in the rankings and in the minds of prospective students.
Also It seems that people have got placed a lot earlier. for ex. a girl on facebook , she was placed in march 09. It sets me thinking , if I am running late on finding accomodation /visas /etc. I even havent received Visa letter yet.is it my flip flop on picking universities causing these delays.?there is buzz that visa filing slots at pune etc will be getting full/crowded, coz it is PEAK student season for UK.any ideas..
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k_Sai
Hi guyz , even I have received offer letter from Nottingham , three days back . I'm still thinking about it. Besides I found this forum quite helpful . Thanks all.
Hi guyz , even I have received offer letter from Nottingham , three days back . I'm still thinking about it. Besides I found this forum quite helpful . Thanks all.
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hk_MBA
Dear friends,
Great to see so many fellows for Nottingham MBA. I got offer from Nottingham and discussed with friends. The total cost for single student would be 25 lakhs.

Our major concern is ROI. Big investment and uncertain future. At present, placements are not very good. Most probably, we have to come back to India. UK jobs are difficult reality. Living costs are very high so no point to wait long in UK.

We feel 2010 would be more or less similar. The time of one year will elapse fast.

Can someone please tell about the placements and jobs after Nottingham MBA. Any netwok in India from UK MBA.

What is the prospect in India. Where we can expect to work.
Please throw some light.

Warm Regards
Dear friends,
Great to see so many fellows for Nottingham MBA. I got offer from Nottingham and discussed with friends. The total cost for single student would be 25 lakhs.

Our major concern is ROI. Big investment and uncertain future. At present, placements are not very good. Most probably, we have to come back to India. UK jobs are difficult reality. Living costs are very high so no point to wait long in UK.

We feel 2010 would be more or less similar. The time of one year will elapse fast.

Can someone please tell about the placements and jobs after Nottingham MBA. Any netwok in India from UK MBA.

What is the prospect in India. Where we can expect to work.
Please throw some light.

Warm Regards
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sunjayt
Check out some of the and stats and maybe opportunities for Notts MBA's

Business Week Review:

http://www.businessweek.com/bschools/04/full_time_profiles/nottingham3.htm

Student Review:

http://www.uniguru.com/studyabroad/indian-student-review/Nottingham-MBA-has-been-asset/57815/rating.html

Indian Jobs:

http://www.mbajunction.com/jobs/mbajobs.asp

http://www.indianmba.com/mba_jobs/
Check out some of the and stats and maybe opportunities for Notts MBA's

Business Week Review:

http://www.businessweek.com/bschools/04/full_time_profiles/nottingham3.htm

Student Review:

http://www.uniguru.com/studyabroad/indian-student-review/Nottingham-MBA-has-been-asset/57815/rating.html

Indian Jobs:

http://www.mbajunction.com/jobs/mbajobs.asp

http://www.indianmba.com/mba_jobs/
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Dido
Hi all,

I have 3 yrs of work-ex and score of 720 (gmat), decent academic profile otherwise.
I know the application processes are over for most of the decent universities. My consultant also suggested that I should wait for next year, but has just processed my application for Nottigham, Royal Holloway and Glasgow. My question might seem far fetched (coz I dont have any offer), but I am still curious, if I should be prepared to accept Nottingham if I get a call (coz if I do, there wont be much time to decide, I can either accept/reject it).

I have read all your reviews on Nottingham, but I am still a lil confused. In general, ppl are more in favor of US MBA than UK. Please throw some light on this.

Cheers,
Dido
Hi all,

I have 3 yrs of work-ex and score of 720 (gmat), decent academic profile otherwise.
I know the application processes are over for most of the decent universities. My consultant also suggested that I should wait for next year, but has just processed my application for Nottigham, Royal Holloway and Glasgow. My question might seem far fetched (coz I dont have any offer), but I am still curious, if I should be prepared to accept Nottingham if I get a call (coz if I do, there wont be much time to decide, I can either accept/reject it).

I have read all your reviews on Nottingham, but I am still a lil confused. In general, ppl are more in favor of US MBA than UK. Please throw some light on this.

Cheers,
Dido
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sunjayt
I will quote managers not mba's which is a fair critique of the MBA, hope it helps

The trouble with ?management? education is that it is business education, and leaves a distorted impression of management. Management is a practice that has to blend a good deal of craft (experience) with a certain amount of art (insight) and some science (analysis). An education that overemphasizes the science encourages a style of managing I call ?calculating? or, if the graduates believe themselves to be artists, as increasing numbers now do, a related style I call ?heroic.? Enough of them, enough of that. We don?t need heroes in positions of influence any more than technocrats. We need balanced, dedicated people who practice a style of managing that can be called ?engaging.? Such people believe that their purpose is to leave behind stronger organizations, not just higher share prices. They do not display hubris in the name of leadership.

Every decade in the United States alone, almost one million people with a credential called the MBA descend on the economy, most with little firsthand knowledge of customers and workers, products and processes. There they expect to manage people who have that knowledge, which they gained in the only way possible?through intensive personal experience. But lacking that credential, such people are increasingly relegated to a ?slow track? where they are subjected to the ?leadership? of people who lack the legitimacy to lead.

Most MBA programs today, in the United States and around the world. With a few exceptions, the remaining ones (usually called EMBAs) take more experienced people on a part-time basis and then do much the same thing. In other words, they train the right people in the wrong ways with the wrong consequences. That is because they mostly fail to use the experience these people have.

Leadership is supposed to be something bigger, more important. I reject this distinction, simply because managers have to lead and leaders have to manage. Management without leadership is sterile; leadership without management is disconnected and encourages hubris. We should not be ceding management to leadership, in MBA programs or anywhere else.

Courtesy Henry Mintzberg
I will quote managers not mba's which is a fair critique of the MBA, hope it helps

The trouble with ?management? education is that it is business education, and leaves a distorted impression of management. Management is a practice that has to blend a good deal of craft (experience) with a certain amount of art (insight) and some science (analysis). An education that overemphasizes the science encourages a style of managing I call ?calculating? or, if the graduates believe themselves to be artists, as increasing numbers now do, a related style I call ?heroic.? Enough of them, enough of that. We don?t need heroes in positions of influence any more than technocrats. We need balanced, dedicated people who practice a style of managing that can be called ?engaging.? Such people believe that their purpose is to leave behind stronger organizations, not just higher share prices. They do not display hubris in the name of leadership.

Every decade in the United States alone, almost one million people with a credential called the MBA descend on the economy, most with little firsthand knowledge of customers and workers, products and processes. There they expect to manage people who have that knowledge, which they gained in the only way possible?through intensive personal experience. But lacking that credential, such people are increasingly relegated to a ?slow track? where they are subjected to the ?leadership? of people who lack the legitimacy to lead.

Most MBA programs today, in the United States and around the world. With a few exceptions, the remaining ones (usually called EMBAs) take more experienced people on a part-time basis and then do much the same thing. In other words, they train the right people in the wrong ways with the wrong consequences. That is because they mostly fail to use the experience these people have.

Leadership is supposed to be something bigger, more important. I reject this distinction, simply because managers have to lead and leaders have to manage. Management without leadership is sterile; leadership without management is disconnected and encourages hubris. We should not be ceding management to leadership, in MBA programs or anywhere else.

Courtesy Henry Mintzberg
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ctushar
Hi all,

I have 3 yrs of work-ex and score of 720 (gmat), decent academic profile otherwise.
I know the application processes are over for most of the decent universities. My consultant also suggested that I should wait for next year, but has just processed my application for Nottigham, Royal Holloway and Glasgow. My question might seem far fetched (coz I dont have any offer), but I am still curious, if I should be prepared to accept Nottingham if I get a call (coz if I do, there wont be much time to decide, I can either accept/reject it).

I have read all your reviews on Nottingham, but I am still a lil confused. In general, ppl are more in favor of US MBA than UK. Please throw some light on this.

Cheers,
Dido

Dido , man You got a cool gmat score , you can better wait for US or UK next year. by that time you also will have more work ex+1 year. Also if you want to go to UK(cheaper and good ROI)
try for LSB, Warwick, Imperial college , Henley etc. You can easily get into all the 10 top schools in UK with these academics.
Personally I would recommend US , though alot costlier.But that is the real thing. decide early and act fast. Thats the keyto land up in a good school. I have 590 GMAT and 5 years work ex in enginering, I had nearly made it to warwick (still waiting).
Royal holloway and glasgow are nowhere near the top 10 schools.
<blockquote>Hi all,

I have 3 yrs of work-ex and score of 720 (gmat), decent academic profile otherwise.
I know the application processes are over for most of the decent universities. My consultant also suggested that I should wait for next year, but has just processed my application for Nottigham, Royal Holloway and Glasgow. My question might seem far fetched (coz I dont have any offer), but I am still curious, if I should be prepared to accept Nottingham if I get a call (coz if I do, there wont be much time to decide, I can either accept/reject it).

I have read all your reviews on Nottingham, but I am still a lil confused. In general, ppl are more in favor of US MBA than UK. Please throw some light on this.

Cheers,
Dido</blockquote>
Dido , man You got a cool gmat score , you can better wait for US or UK next year. by that time you also will have more work ex+1 year. Also if you want to go to UK(cheaper and good ROI)
try for LSB, Warwick, Imperial college , Henley etc. You can easily get into all the 10 top schools in UK with these academics.
Personally I would recommend US , though alot costlier.But that is the real thing. decide early and act fast. Thats the keyto land up in a good school. I have 590 GMAT and 5 years work ex in enginering, I had nearly made it to warwick (still waiting).
Royal holloway and glasgow are nowhere near the top 10 schools.
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Dido
Thanks for the inputs. There are somer personal reasons due to which I cant apply to US (even though I want to). What I really wanna know is that if Nottigham is good, how much diff will that make if I go to say Cranfield, Bath sorts next yr than Nottigham dis yr. (I am keen on starting my MBA asap.)
Otherwise, I am looking at other European colleges which have a Jan intake. But I am yet to do more reseach on that.

Hi all,

I have 3 yrs of work-ex and score of 720 (gmat), decent academic profile otherwise.
I know the application processes are over for most of the decent universities. My consultant also suggested that I should wait for next year, but has just processed my application for Nottigham, Royal Holloway and Glasgow. My question might seem far fetched (coz I dont have any offer), but I am still curious, if I should be prepared to accept Nottingham if I get a call (coz if I do, there wont be much time to decide, I can either accept/reject it).

I have read all your reviews on Nottingham, but I am still a lil confused. In general, ppl are more in favor of US MBA than UK. Please throw some light on this.

Cheers,
Dido

Dido , man You got a cool gmat score , you can better wait for US or UK next year. by that time you also will have more work ex+1 year. Also if you want to go to UK(cheaper and good ROI)
try for LSB, Warwick, Imperial college , Henley etc. You can easily get into all the 10 top schools in UK with these academics.
Personally I would recommend US , though alot costlier.But that is the real thing. decide early and act fast. Thats the keyto land up in a good school. I have 590 GMAT and 5 years work ex in enginering, I had nearly made it to warwick (still waiting).
Royal holloway and glasgow are nowhere near the top 10 schools.
Thanks for the inputs. There are somer personal reasons due to which I cant apply to US (even though I want to). What I really wanna know is that if Nottigham is good, how much diff will that make if I go to say Cranfield, Bath sorts next yr than Nottigham dis yr. (I am keen on starting my MBA asap.)
Otherwise, I am looking at other European colleges which have a Jan intake. But I am yet to do more reseach on that.

<blockquote><blockquote>Hi all,

I have 3 yrs of work-ex and score of 720 (gmat), decent academic profile otherwise.
I know the application processes are over for most of the decent universities. My consultant also suggested that I should wait for next year, but has just processed my application for Nottigham, Royal Holloway and Glasgow. My question might seem far fetched (coz I dont have any offer), but I am still curious, if I should be prepared to accept Nottingham if I get a call (coz if I do, there wont be much time to decide, I can either accept/reject it).

I have read all your reviews on Nottingham, but I am still a lil confused. In general, ppl are more in favor of US MBA than UK. Please throw some light on this.

Cheers,
Dido</blockquote>
Dido , man You got a cool gmat score , you can better wait for US or UK next year. by that time you also will have more work ex+1 year. Also if you want to go to UK(cheaper and good ROI)
try for LSB, Warwick, Imperial college , Henley etc. You can easily get into all the 10 top schools in UK with these academics.
Personally I would recommend US , though alot costlier.But that is the real thing. decide early and act fast. Thats the keyto land up in a good school. I have 590 GMAT and 5 years work ex in enginering, I had nearly made it to warwick (still waiting).
Royal holloway and glasgow are nowhere near the top 10 schools.</blockquote>
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hatried
Actually I think you should not only care about the rankings. Some universities have good rankings but when you visit the campus in person you may find out the whole environment is not as good as you imagined.
Besides, I thind Nottingham University is totally a "ganster". They do lots of indecent behaviours to raise more illegal money. Also, the Nottingham city is dirty full of wierd people. It has the highest criminal rate and compared with other cities in England.
I don't think Nottingham University deserves its honor. In fact its substance is quite rotten.
Actually I think you should not only care about the rankings. Some universities have good rankings but when you visit the campus in person you may find out the whole environment is not as good as you imagined.
Besides, I thind Nottingham University is totally a "ganster". They do lots of indecent behaviours to raise more illegal money. Also, the Nottingham city is dirty full of wierd people. It has the highest criminal rate and compared with other cities in England.
I don't think Nottingham University deserves its honor. In fact its substance is quite rotten.
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hie guyz

Dis is ankit.. m frm kolkata

i got the conditional offer from leeds, bristol, nottingham, newcastle n i hv applied for msc finance and investment...M in big dillema....pls help me in choosing uni...coz some people suggest me not to go to notts coz its not a gud uni...now am realli confused wot to do...

please help me ...and i wana to knw about the job prospects of dse uni...

please help

Regardzz
hie guyz

Dis is ankit.. m frm kolkata

i got the conditional offer from leeds, bristol, nottingham, newcastle n i hv applied for msc finance and investment...M in big dillema....pls help me in choosing uni...coz some people suggest me not to go to notts coz its not a gud uni...now am realli confused wot to do...

please help me ...and i wana to knw about the job prospects of dse uni...

please help

Regardzz
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hk_MBA
Dear Ankit,
Congratulations!!!!!!

I also had few admits form UK business schools, including Nottingham. But I have to rethink. I talked to few students from different universities.

The reality is that only MBA can not fetch you job as it is in India. There is no such concept of Placements in UK.

We will spend around 25-30 lakhs (one year salary included).
The job market is not in a very good condition. You have to try for job on your own.

You can ask university about previous batches placements and simultaneously check the web sites of university.

But I feel you will not find details of jobs or placements.

We will get 02 years work permit. But it is possible to live in UK only with some decent job. The living standards are very high.

If you are quite young, say less than 25 years of age, then you can think of struggle and survival.

You also cross link your current profile with the MBA. How you can increase your value for the employers.

But first of all think about the money also. How you will manage the funding.

If you have more time then give best shot for Top MBA schools in UK. The great brand names have good value in market.

Regards
Dear Ankit,
Congratulations!!!!!!

I also had few admits form UK business schools, including Nottingham. But I have to rethink. I talked to few students from different universities.

The reality is that only MBA can not fetch you job as it is in India. There is no such concept of Placements in UK.

We will spend around 25-30 lakhs (one year salary included).
The job market is not in a very good condition. You have to try for job on your own.

You can ask university about previous batches placements and simultaneously check the web sites of university.

But I feel you will not find details of jobs or placements.

We will get 02 years work permit. But it is possible to live in UK only with some decent job. The living standards are very high.

If you are quite young, say less than 25 years of age, then you can think of struggle and survival.

You also cross link your current profile with the MBA. How you can increase your value for the employers.

But first of all think about the money also. How you will manage the funding.

If you have more time then give best shot for Top MBA schools in UK. The great brand names have good value in market.

Regards
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susee
To hk_MBA,

What about Birmingham,Bradford and Glasgow...Does the conditions are same.......Pl do share....
To hk_MBA,

What about Birmingham,Bradford and Glasgow...Does the conditions are same.......Pl do share....
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ebtea
Hi guyz ,

I am Jasneet from New delhi, and have 3.5 yrs of exp (IT)
I am looking for a 1 yr mba program..

I applied in 4 colleges in UK.

1. Durham business school -- got a rejection from thr .. stating that i am short on experience.

2. Leeds business school - again got rejection , reason the same as above.

3.Nottingham university business school - I got a conditional offer from there .. condition being IELTS >= 7.

4. Birmingham university business school -- Decision still awaited.


So guyz now my question is ...

How is nottingham University business school (NUBS) ?

Does anybody know about the education over thr .. the tie ups of the university with companies ? job placements ?

any alumni member from thr ?

Please share ur views/ opinions/ suggestions ..

I m confused whether i shall go thr or not ...

Thanks ...



I know that the university has an international reputation and is popular in the UK. When I was going through the process I would contact their students and their alumni directly instead of speaking to them on Open Days to get their opinion on things.
<blockquote>Hi guyz ,

I am Jasneet from New delhi, and have 3.5 yrs of exp (IT)
I am looking for a 1 yr mba program..

I applied in 4 colleges in UK.

1. Durham business school -- got a rejection from thr .. stating that i am short on experience.

2. Leeds business school - again got rejection , reason the same as above.

3.Nottingham university business school - I got a conditional offer from there .. condition being IELTS >= 7.

4. Birmingham university business school -- Decision still awaited.


So guyz now my question is ...

How is nottingham University business school (NUBS) ?

Does anybody know about the education over thr .. the tie ups of the university with companies ? job placements ?

any alumni member from thr ?

Please share ur views/ opinions/ suggestions ..

I m confused whether i shall go thr or not ...

Thanks ...

</blockquote>

I know that the university has an international reputation and is popular in the UK. When I was going through the process I would contact their students and their alumni directly instead of speaking to them on Open Days to get their opinion on things.
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hi tushar..
I just got a rejection from warwick for masters in marketing.waiting for nott and lancaster..
dont konw is it really worth going to des universities //

all of you plzzzz help
hi tushar..
I just got a rejection from warwick for masters in marketing.waiting for nott and lancaster..
dont konw is it really worth going to des universities //

all of you plzzzz help
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deepalir
hii all..
I have an unconditional offer letter from university of sheffield and university of nottingham. Can anybody suggest which is a better option.
Also, it would be nice if anyboby can provide some information regarding the job opportunities there after and is it worth spending so much money.

regards
hii all..
I have an unconditional offer letter from university of sheffield and university of nottingham. Can anybody suggest which is a better option.
Also, it would be nice if anyboby can provide some information regarding the job opportunities there after and is it worth spending so much money.

regards
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