Kingston MBA or MSc International Business Management Newcastle


Tan

I'm not sure if you have any specific career goals. If that's the case, it may be better to take a semester to study more options, take the GMAT and start a much better programme next year.


Regarding this, I found that some schools have Jan intake but I will have to get a very good score in GMAT in a matter of 2 months and their fee structure is quite high as well.
And the fact that getting an offer is not going to be easy and I will not have backup options is not assuring.

Will this not be a very risky option?
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I'm not sure if you have any specific career goals. If that's the case, it may be better to take a semester to study more options, take the GMAT and start a much better programme next year. [/quote]

Regarding this, I found that some schools have Jan intake but I will have to get a very good score in GMAT in a matter of 2 months and their fee structure is quite high as well.
And the fact that getting an offer is not going to be easy and I will not have backup options is not assuring.

Will this not be a very risky option?
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Duncan
The low risk option is the better school, not the cheapest one. Schools that are higher quality tend to have better outcomes, while poor schools have a much higher chance of delivering bad outcomes.

[Edited by Duncan on Aug 06, 2019]

The low risk option is the better school, not the cheapest one. Schools that are higher quality tend to have better outcomes, while poor schools have a much higher chance of delivering bad outcomes.
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Tan
I know about two schools that have applications open for January intake - HEC Paris and Rotterdam Netherlands.
The application deadline for INSEAD was on 24/7/2/19.
Even if I apply to them, the fee structure is way beyond my budget.
Please suggest what schools should I look for Jan intake with rolling applications, that are near 20000£
I know about two schools that have applications open for January intake - HEC Paris and Rotterdam Netherlands.
The application deadline for INSEAD was on 24/7/2/19.
Even if I apply to them, the fee structure is way beyond my budget.
Please suggest what schools should I look for Jan intake with rolling applications, that are near 20000£
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Duncan
Take a look at mastersportal.eu

Even if you have to wait until September next year, a better school is ways better. The falling pound might increase your budget. It's hard for me to be more specific without working through your goals and realistic options.
Take a look at mastersportal.eu

Even if you have to wait until September next year, a better school is ways better. The falling pound might increase your budget. It's hard for me to be more specific without working through your goals and realistic options.
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Duncan
At 20k, I think the MiF or MSc could be a better option. For the MBA, I think the MBAs at Koç, Northumbria, Nottingham Trent, Alba, Reutlingen, RGU, Sabanci, Stirling and Zagreb stand out. I had a fellowship at Trent until recently and was impressed by the school.
At 20k, I think the MiF or MSc could be a better option. For the MBA, I think the MBAs at Koç, Northumbria, Nottingham Trent, Alba, Reutlingen, RGU, Sabanci, Stirling and Zagreb stand out. I had a fellowship at Trent until recently and was impressed by the school.
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