Kings College London MBA - University of London


MBA study in London is one?s big dream, Kings College MBA - (University of London) is one of the best MBA colleges in London.King's College London was founded by King George IV and the Duke of Wellington (then Prime Minister) in 1829 as a university college in the tradition of the Church of England. It now welcomes staff and students of all faiths and beliefs.The staff and alumni of King's and its constituent institutions made major contributions to 19th-century science, medicine and public life in general. In the 20th century eight people from these institutions were awarded the Nobel Prize.
MBA study in London is one?s big dream, Kings College MBA - (University of London) is one of the best MBA colleges in London.King's College London was founded by King George IV and the Duke of Wellington (then Prime Minister) in 1829 as a university college in the tradition of the Church of England. It now welcomes staff and students of all faiths and beliefs.The staff and alumni of King's and its constituent institutions made major contributions to 19th-century science, medicine and public life in general. In the 20th century eight people from these institutions were awarded the Nobel Prize.
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Malia
MBA study in London is one?s big dream, Kings College MBA - (University of London) is one of the best MBA colleges in London.


...except that they don't offer an MBA.
<blockquote>MBA study in London is one?s big dream, Kings College MBA - (University of London) is one of the best MBA colleges in London.</blockquote>

...except that they don't offer an MBA.
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andy.j.
yes, as far as i know they only offer Msc.
and allaboutuni, if you are planing to spam here, how about being a bit more discreet? a tip for you - don't post the same massage also at other forums on the web!
yes, as far as i know they only offer Msc.
and allaboutuni, if you are planing to spam here, how about being a bit more discreet? a tip for you - don't post the same massage also at other forums on the web!
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Amit k m
i wana doing mba there so i wana know about formulty,faculty and facilities.
i wana doing mba there so i wana know about formulty,faculty and facilities.
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Malia
i wana doing

-> I want to do

mba there

-> does not exist (read my post above)

so i wana know about formulty

-> "formulty" does not exist

faculty and facilities

What exactly do you want to know? Please check the school's website before asking useless questions!
<blockquote>i wana doing</blockquote>
-> I want to do

<blockquote>mba there</blockquote>
-> does not exist (read my post above)

<blockquote>so i wana know about formulty</blockquote>
-> "formulty" does not exist

<blockquote>faculty and facilities</blockquote>
What exactly do you want to know? Please check the school's website before asking useless questions!
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SabrinaA
i wana doing

-> I want to do

mba there

-> does not exist (read my post above)

so i wana know about formulty

-> "formulty" does not exist

faculty and facilities

What exactly do you want to know? Please check the school's website before asking useless questions!


uh...oh....!!!!! phew!
<blockquote><blockquote>i wana doing</blockquote>
-> I want to do

<blockquote>mba there</blockquote>
-> does not exist (read my post above)

<blockquote>so i wana know about formulty</blockquote>
-> "formulty" does not exist

<blockquote>faculty and facilities</blockquote>
What exactly do you want to know? Please check the school's website before asking useless questions!</blockquote>

uh...oh....!!!!! phew!
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Malia
sorry for that...
sorry for that...
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Amit k m
i wana know about only MBA faculty is in king`s college london.?
i wana know about only MBA faculty is in king`s college london.?
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Alan
Not so bright, are we?

KINGS DOESN'T HAVE AN MBA.
Not so bright, are we?

KINGS DOESN'T HAVE AN MBA.
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SabrinaA
Not so bright, are we?

KINGS DOESN'T HAVE AN MBA.


Lol!!! thats very true...no MBA offered at Kings........pure spamming!!!
<blockquote>Not so bright, are we?

KINGS DOESN'T HAVE AN MBA.</blockquote>

Lol!!! thats very true...no MBA offered at Kings........pure spamming!!!
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Amit k m
Thanks to u sir.
Thanks to u sir.
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Amit k m
which is the five uni best for mba in uk.?
which is the five uni best for mba in uk.?
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sir,
i want all the information about mba and also about university
sir,
i want all the information about mba and also about university
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amit K M

To be honest the academic entrance criteria for an MBA is pretty high. It looks like you can't even a) be bothered to read posts or/and b) do your own research on MBAs and c) spell!!!
amit K M

To be honest the academic entrance criteria for an MBA is pretty high. It looks like you can't even a) be bothered to read posts or/and b) do your own research on MBAs and c) spell!!!
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aragorn123
@ Amit K M

In my opinion -

1. LBS
2. Cambridge
3. Oxford
4. Manchester
5. Warwick
@ Amit K M

In my opinion -

1. LBS
2. Cambridge
3. Oxford
4. Manchester
5. Warwick
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ArunS
Finally King's College is offering an MBA, well it's a "special" one ;-)

http://www.kcl.ac.uk/schools/sspp/education/courses/masters/mba.html

MBA Further Education Management

Overview
The MBA in Further Education Management is intended for those employed in the Further Education (FE) and Vocational Education and Training (VET) sectors and who are required to operate in increasingly competitive and business oriented environments. The programme will be of interest not only to those who aspire to occupy senior management positions in FE colleges, but also Human Resource professionals and others with a remit for managing training provision or workforce development within commercial organisations.

The degree may be taken on a full-time (one year) or part-time basis (a minimum of two years, and a maximum of four years). Most modules are taught between 17.30 and 20.00 with some additional lectures and seminars being arranged during the day for full-time students.
Finally King's College is offering an MBA, well it's a "special" one ;-)

http://www.kcl.ac.uk/schools/sspp/education/courses/masters/mba.html

MBA Further Education Management

Overview
The MBA in Further Education Management is intended for those employed in the Further Education (FE) and Vocational Education and Training (VET) sectors and who are required to operate in increasingly competitive and business oriented environments. The programme will be of interest not only to those who aspire to occupy senior management positions in FE colleges, but also Human Resource professionals and others with a remit for managing training provision or workforce development within commercial organisations.

The degree may be taken on a full-time (one year) or part-time basis (a minimum of two years, and a maximum of four years). Most modules are taught between 17.30 and 20.00 with some additional lectures and seminars being arranged during the day for full-time students.
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SabrinaA
@ Amit K M

In my opinion -

1. LBS
2. Cambridge
3. Oxford
4. Manchester
5. Warwick


Nope its like this (for MBA only):

LBS>Cranfield=Warwick>Asridge>Cass>Said>Manchester>Judge
<blockquote>@ Amit K M

In my opinion -

1. LBS
2. Cambridge
3. Oxford
4. Manchester
5. Warwick</blockquote>

Nope its like this (for MBA only):

LBS>Cranfield=Warwick>Asridge>Cass>Said>Manchester>Judge
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aragorn123
:) I beg to differ! But no one in North America has ever heard of Warwick or Cass!
Cambridge program is way ahead than Warwick! Also, Judge is more transparent when it comes to sharing of information including placement records, salaries etc.
Judge MBA is more practical! It has three consultancy projects concentrating on entrepreneurship, business research & consultancy! It has got the better placement record!
And above all, Cambridge and Oxford are the Giants in the field of education! They are in their own league! :)
However this is my personal opinion & I respect the views of others too! :)
:) I beg to differ! But no one in North America has ever heard of Warwick or Cass!
Cambridge program is way ahead than Warwick! Also, Judge is more transparent when it comes to sharing of information including placement records, salaries etc.
Judge MBA is more practical! It has three consultancy projects concentrating on entrepreneurship, business research & consultancy! It has got the better placement record!
And above all, Cambridge and Oxford are the Giants in the field of education! They are in their own league! :)
However this is my personal opinion & I respect the views of others too! :)
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Alan
Agreed that Oxbridge has a distinct advantage in terms of international reputation. But in terms of true quality, I wouldn't dismiss Warwick so easily. I think it's definitely in the top-tier - Top 5 - in Britain, and is recognized in the UK and Europe as such.
Agreed that Oxbridge has a distinct advantage in terms of international reputation. But in terms of true quality, I wouldn't dismiss Warwick so easily. I think it's definitely in the top-tier - Top 5 - in Britain, and is recognized in the UK and Europe as such.
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aragorn123
:) I agree! Warwick is definitely among Top-5 UK Business Schools!
:) I agree! Warwick is definitely among Top-5 UK Business Schools!
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