Is Manchester Business School suitable for me ?


abhi89ram

Hi...I have 3 years work experience after my Mechanical Engineering...I have got admits from Aston and Strathclyde and I have my interview with Manchester scheduled next week...my query is whether I would be able to cope up with the Full time MBA at Manchester if I am given the admit after the interview as I only have 3 years of work-experience...

Hi...I have 3 years work experience after my Mechanical Engineering...I have got admits from Aston and Strathclyde and I have my interview with Manchester scheduled next week...my query is whether I would be able to cope up with the Full time MBA at Manchester if I am given the admit after the interview as I only have 3 years of work-experience...
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Duncan

If they offer you the place then they, who are obviously the experts, think you will be able to cope. Manchester is a much better school and, because it takes 18 months rather than 9 you'll learn much more.

If they offer you the place then they, who are obviously the experts, think you will be able to cope. Manchester is a much better school and, because it takes 18 months rather than 9 you'll learn much more.
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chandranh

Hi Abhiram

I am a current student of Strathclyde. Please email me at [email protected] if you need some information about the programme. While other schools you are applying to are equally good, Strath a few strengths that others don't. I am willing to share them in greater detail if you mail me.

Regards
Hemant

Hi Abhiram

I am a current student of Strathclyde. Please email me at [email protected] if you need some information about the programme. While other schools you are applying to are equally good, Strath a few strengths that others don't. I am willing to share them in greater detail if you mail me.

Regards
Hemant
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nanand1977

Please stop marketing Strathclyde on this forum, it is just an average b - school and has no comparison with the Manchester.

Regards
Nirmal

Please stop marketing Strathclyde on this forum, it is just an average b - school and has no comparison with the Manchester.

Regards
Nirmal
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chandranh

Mr. Nanand

I do not know what you are getting agitated over? I am not a marketeer for SBS. However, I consider it my duty to help people who want to get into B schools. And prospective students anyway choose a school they like. And not change their mind because of my advise.

And yes Mr. Nanand, please stop replying to every post of mine.

Mr. Nanand

I do not know what you are getting agitated over? I am not a marketeer for SBS. However, I consider it my duty to help people who want to get into B schools. And prospective students anyway choose a school they like. And not change their mind because of my advise.

And yes Mr. Nanand, please stop replying to every post of mine.
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nanand1977

Mr. Nanand

I do not know what you are getting agitated over? I am not a marketeer for SBS. However, I consider it my duty to help people who want to get into B schools. And prospective students anyway choose a school they like. And not change their mind because of my advise.

And yes Mr. Nanand, please stop replying to every post of mine.


Everyone has a right to contribute on this forum, so you cannot ask me not to respond to your post.

<blockquote>Mr. Nanand

I do not know what you are getting agitated over? I am not a marketeer for SBS. However, I consider it my duty to help people who want to get into B schools. And prospective students anyway choose a school they like. And not change their mind because of my advise.

And yes Mr. Nanand, please stop replying to every post of mine.</blockquote>

Everyone has a right to contribute on this forum, so you cannot ask me not to respond to your post.
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chandranh

Everyone does. However, it appears you have taken it upon yourself to discredit my school and me by rebutting every post of mine in every forum. I can see a malicious campaign going on here. Agreed, SBS is not in the league of LBS, Oxford and the likes, but it is definitely worth an application.

I am only doing my job here to promote accredited MBA since I am an AMBAssador (an initiative by AMBA to promote accredited MBAs).

Therefore please talk about the programme and not accuse of me marketing Strathclyde. Thats not my job.

Everyone does. However, it appears you have taken it upon yourself to discredit my school and me by rebutting every post of mine in every forum. I can see a malicious campaign going on here. Agreed, SBS is not in the league of LBS, Oxford and the likes, but it is definitely worth an application.

I am only doing my job here to promote accredited MBA since I am an AMBAssador (an initiative by AMBA to promote accredited MBAs).

Therefore please talk about the programme and not accuse of me marketing Strathclyde. Thats not my job.
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nanand1977

Dear Guys,

Be careful of those who are marketing on behalf of select business schools who are in a dire need of students. Statistics speak louder than words and one of the benchmark to see how a given business school is doing is to compare the size of their current year class vs last year. UK job market and new visa rules are making it really tough to stay in UK post graduation and schools which are weak in placements have seen steep decline in their class size.

Dear Guys,

Be careful of those who are marketing on behalf of select business schools who are in a dire need of students. Statistics speak louder than words and one of the benchmark to see how a given business school is doing is to compare the size of their current year class vs last year. UK job market and new visa rules are making it really tough to stay in UK post graduation and schools which are weak in placements have seen steep decline in their class size.
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saroo

I am request please do not fight.

I am request please do not fight.
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Duncan

Hemant, you might not be *paid* as a marketer for Strathclyde but I think it's clear to everyone that you are marking it. You might be an 'Ambassador' for AMBA, but the only school you recommend is Strathclyde. That reduces your credibility, and your usefulness, in this forum.

Hemant, you might not be *paid* as a marketer for Strathclyde but I think it's clear to everyone that you are marking it. You might be an 'Ambassador' for AMBA, but the only school you recommend is Strathclyde. That reduces your credibility, and your usefulness, in this forum.
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chandranh

Well this might be your opinion and you have a right to have yours.

Well this might be your opinion and you have a right to have yours.
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