Kind Advice Required on Choosing MBA Course


aamirwani

Mr.Duncan, can you please help me out.
I am getting admission for MBA in UWIC and Coventry University,London Campus. Is it worth the money to go for MBA in these universities?And I am also getting admission in MSc Management program of University of Bradford. Which one should I opt for? As I want to work in UK for two three years and then return back to my country,India.
Can I get a job in 4 months after completion of my course?Which according to you is best among above in terms of job prospects?

Mr.Duncan, can you please help me out.
I am getting admission for MBA in UWIC and Coventry University,London Campus. Is it worth the money to go for MBA in these universities?And I am also getting admission in MSc Management program of University of Bradford. Which one should I opt for? As I want to work in UK for two three years and then return back to my country,India.
Can I get a job in 4 months after completion of my course?Which according to you is best among above in terms of job prospects?
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Duncan

I would strongly recommend an MSc from an accredited, ranked university like Bradford over a 'freshers' MBA from an unaccredited school.

Four months sounds pretty reasonable to find a job. Take a look at: http://www.find-mba.com/board/23088

I would strongly recommend an MSc from an accredited, ranked university like Bradford over a 'freshers' MBA from an unaccredited school.

Four months sounds pretty reasonable to find a job. Take a look at: http://www.find-mba.com/board/23088
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aamirwani

Is it better in terms of job opportunities than an MBA from UWIC or Coventry?

Is it better in terms of job opportunities than an MBA from UWIC or Coventry?
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Duncan

Yes.

Yes.
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aamirwani

Thank you very much. Appreciate your help.

Thank you very much. Appreciate your help.
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amrita

hello sir,

i am an Engineering student of final year from Computer Science stream from india and

i wish to get admission in MBA for 2012-2013
i don't have work experience.

which is required condition of MBA in UK , bt cardiff university provide the facility to get MBA without experience

and top universities like glasgow offer the Msc program in Management

i m very confused in those two

please tell me which one is beneficial for me

as i told u earlier i am from technical stream and don't have any knowledge about management
so is there any problems i have to face in doing management course

thanks a lot in advance sir

hello sir,

i am an Engineering student of final year from Computer Science stream from india and

i wish to get admission in MBA for 2012-2013
i don't have work experience.

which is required condition of MBA in UK , bt cardiff university provide the facility to get MBA without experience

and top universities like glasgow offer the Msc program in Management

i m very confused in those two

please tell me which one is beneficial for me

as i told u earlier i am from technical stream and don't have any knowledge about management
so is there any problems i have to face in doing management course

thanks a lot in advance sir
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Duncan

You can get some good suggestions by re-reading the first page of discussion on this topic. Pre-experience MBAs are very weak. The ranked MSc programmes will be much better for you: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2011

You can get some good suggestions by re-reading the first page of discussion on this topic. Pre-experience MBAs are very weak. The ranked MSc programmes will be much better for you: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2011
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amrita

thanks for the reply sir

but in my country (india) Msc is not taken as a good qualification degree bt in case of MBA it is one of the best option after graduation
and people get good job after MBA, bt in case of Msc it's worthless and has no meaning
that's why im confused !!!
is that
MBA from india is equal to Msc in management from UK???

thanks for the reply sir

but in my country (india) Msc is not taken as a good qualification degree bt in case of MBA it is one of the best option after graduation
and people get good job after MBA, bt in case of Msc it's worthless and has no meaning
that's why im confused !!!
is that
MBA from india is equal to Msc in management from UK???
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Duncan

Well, If you look at the MSc programmes ranked by the Financial Times, you can see that graduates from those MSc programmes earn more than the graduates of almost all Indian MBA and PGDM programmes. The quality of students, educational experience and the opportunities after graduation are much better than in the pre-experience MBA programmes. So, while the MSc degree might not be well known by the people you have spoken to, the companies which recruit from those schools value them highly.

Outside India, almost all MBA programmes are post-experience programmes, aimed at people with three or more years of work experience. The only pre-experience MBAs are aimed at overseas students, especially those from India, and are generally offered by universities which are lower in quality than the average.

Well, If you look at the MSc programmes ranked by the Financial Times, you can see that graduates from those MSc programmes earn more than the graduates of almost all Indian MBA and PGDM programmes. The quality of students, educational experience and the opportunities after graduation are much better than in the pre-experience MBA programmes. So, while the MSc degree might not be well known by the people you have spoken to, the companies which recruit from those schools value them highly.

Outside India, almost all MBA programmes are post-experience programmes, aimed at people with three or more years of work experience. The only pre-experience MBAs are aimed at overseas students, especially those from India, and are generally offered by universities which are lower in quality than the average.
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amrita

thanks a lot sir
now its clear to me

bt as i told u earlier
i am a Software engg and recently get a job in tata consultancy services(one of the biggest companey in india )
bt i wish to continue my studies to get a better job
please tell me which field of management i can choose in Msc so that my software skill and ms in management work together
and i can get a good job in software companies

thanks a lot sir
now its clear to me

bt as i told u earlier
i am a Software engg and recently get a job in tata consultancy services(one of the biggest companey in india )
bt i wish to continue my studies to get a better job
please tell me which field of management i can choose in Msc so that my software skill and ms in management work together
and i can get a good job in software companies
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Duncan

The best MSc programmes will be ones with a wide core curriculum, rather than being focussed on one field. The FT-ranked programmes linked to above cover international business management, covering managerial economics, strategy, technology, innovation, finance, accounting and so on.

However, if you want to progress at TCS through a masters degree then look at where MBA level people there have studied: overwhelmingly, they have studied at Indian universities. Otherwise look at the Indian Institute of Management, especially IIM-A, IIM-B and IIM-C.

The best MSc programmes will be ones with a wide core curriculum, rather than being focussed on one field. The FT-ranked programmes linked to above cover international business management, covering managerial economics, strategy, technology, innovation, finance, accounting and so on.

However, if you want to progress at TCS through a masters degree then look at where MBA level people there have studied: overwhelmingly, they have studied at Indian universities. Otherwise look at the Indian Institute of Management, especially IIM-A, IIM-B and IIM-C.
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dear Guys:
Here in Egypt they are offering a MBA degree from UWIC unv.,so i was asking whts is much better to enter or select the Eslsca MBA program or the UWIC program.
which is much better between both?

dear Guys:
Here in Egypt they are offering a MBA degree from UWIC unv.,so i was asking whts is much better to enter or select the Eslsca MBA program or the UWIC program.
which is much better between both?
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