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SabrinaA

:) 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! :)


"no one in North America has ever heard of ..." is incorrect. Just because I haven't heard much about a perticular school doesn't make me say that 'no one' has heard it...generic...right?

Since you are in N.America you have heard only about Oxford and Cambridge as great Universities...thats normal...well, truely they are great Unis but its incorrect to assume that the business schools are the best in Europe/UK.

Firstly, Said is way better than Judge and seconly these business schools churn out M.Phil/D.Phil degrees which light-years better than their MBA program. The M.Phil and D.Phil are extremely hard to get and are extremely in demand among business houses...much more than their MBA degrees.

Perception and reality are not same. I had been to Said from Warwick as a part of exchange program for one week...and speaking from my experience and the general attitude of UK.

Hope this makes things clear...

_Nes

<blockquote>:) 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! :)</blockquote>

"no one in North America has ever heard of ..." is incorrect. Just because I haven't heard much about a perticular school doesn't make me say that 'no one' has heard it...generic...right?

Since you are in N.America you have heard only about Oxford and Cambridge as great Universities...thats normal...well, truely they are great Unis but its incorrect to assume that the business schools are the best in Europe/UK.

Firstly, Said is way better than Judge and seconly these business schools churn out M.Phil/D.Phil degrees which light-years better than their MBA program. The M.Phil and D.Phil are extremely hard to get and are extremely in demand among business houses...much more than their MBA degrees.

Perception and reality are not same. I had been to Said from Warwick as a part of exchange program for one week...and speaking from my experience and the general attitude of UK.

Hope this makes things clear...

_Nes
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aragorn123

M.Phil. is a different track, it's research intensive & MBA is completely different track! One can't differentiate between those!

I agree with you that reputation and quality of teaching do not always go hand in hand! :)
But in the long run, the reputation does matter! Employers always go for the reputation!
For Example, Cambridge grad will be highly regarded compared to Hough school of business's; while Hough is also very good at teaching!

M.Phil. is a different track, it's research intensive & MBA is completely different track! One can't differentiate between those!

I agree with you that reputation and quality of teaching do not always go hand in hand! :)
But in the long run, the reputation does matter! Employers always go for the reputation!
For Example, Cambridge grad will be highly regarded compared to Hough school of business's; while Hough is also very good at teaching!
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BB King

Said and Judge are doubtless very good schools: Said is better than judge especially in Finance and Entrepreneurship.
But don?t underestimate Warwick and Cass. Cass is very strong in Finance; Probably the Nr. 2 in the UK. Warwick is strong in Consulting, Corporate Finance and Marketing.
I Prefer Cass and Warwick.
Generally: It only depends on the special area of business.

For example:

LBS: finance and entrepreneurship
Cranfield: Marketing, finance and entrepreneurship
Strathclyde: Strategic management
Manchester: Corporate finance and Marketing.

Said and Judge are doubtless very good schools: Said is better than judge especially in Finance and Entrepreneurship.
But don?t underestimate Warwick and Cass. Cass is very strong in Finance; Probably the Nr. 2 in the UK. Warwick is strong in Consulting, Corporate Finance and Marketing.
I Prefer Cass and Warwick.
Generally: It only depends on the special area of business.

For example:

LBS: finance and entrepreneurship
Cranfield: Marketing, finance and entrepreneurship
Strathclyde: Strategic management
Manchester: Corporate finance and Marketing.

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