Imperial vs Bath for Clinical Doctor


Hi,

I wanted to get all of your opinions on what would be the most suitable programme for me.

I am from Asia. My goal is to improve my soft skills (confidence, communication etc) and develop an understanding of business. 

Can I please get your views?

[Edited by James Reed on Jul 06, 2020]

Hi,<br><br>I wanted to get all of your opinions on what would be the most suitable programme for me.<br><br>I am from Asia. My goal is to improve my soft skills (confidence, communication etc) and develop an understanding of business.&nbsp;<br><br>Can I please get your views?<br>
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Duncan

I think you see it clearly. The MBA is a much better option. Also, in London, students will leave the campus and there will be less of the interaction needed to develop soft skills. The new Bath building will be amazing. You can't imagine how cramped the Imperial school is .

I think you see it clearly. The MBA is a much better option. Also, in London, students will leave the campus and there will be less of the interaction needed to develop soft skills. The new Bath building will be amazing. You can't imagine how cramped the Imperial school is .
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I think you see it clearly. The MBA is a much better option. Also, in London, students will leave the campus and there will be less of the interaction needed to develop soft skills. The new Bath building will be amazing. You can't imagine how cramped the Imperial school is .


Appreciate your input, Duncan.

Would you say there's a major difference between the Edinburgh and Bath MBA?

I appreciate the Edinburgh MBA is FT ranked so it might attract a different cohort. However the Bath project suite looks quite appealing; it doesn't seem like Edinburgh offer many(any?) business projects.

[Edited by James Reed on Jul 06, 2020]

[quote]I think you see it clearly. The MBA is a much better option. Also, in London, students will leave the campus and there will be less of the interaction needed to develop soft skills. The new Bath building will be amazing. You can't imagine how cramped the Imperial school is . [/quote]<br><br>Appreciate your input, Duncan.<br><br>Would you say there's a major difference between the Edinburgh and Bath MBA?<br><br>I appreciate the Edinburgh MBA is FT ranked so it might attract a different cohort. However the Bath project suite looks quite appealing; it doesn't seem like Edinburgh offer many(any?) business projects.
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Duncan

Either way, it would not be a daily commute, so the difference is just a two-hour train ride virus a four-hour train ride. In a year when you have a lot of reading. 

I think the cohort is rather similar between Edinburgh and Bath, demographically. 

Either way, it would not be a daily commute, so the difference is just a two-hour train ride virus a four-hour train ride. In a year when you have a lot of reading.&nbsp;<br><br>I think the cohort is rather similar between Edinburgh and Bath, demographically.&nbsp;
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