Kingston, West London or Kent MBA?


thes1581
First, thank you all for reading and providing your honest opinion.

I got accepted into three MBA programs: Kingston University London, University of West London, and University of Kent. Any opinions of the 3?

I like that Kingston and West London have the internship/work placement but I know Kent is a good uni. I'm also wanting a uni with good employability.

All honest opinions are greatly appreciated. Thanks everyone!
First, thank you all for reading and providing your honest opinion.

I got accepted into three MBA programs: Kingston University London, University of West London, and University of Kent. Any opinions of the 3?

I like that Kingston and West London have the internship/work placement but I know Kent is a good uni. I'm also wanting a uni with good employability.

All honest opinions are greatly appreciated. Thanks everyone!
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Duncan
I can't see any reason to take an MBA without respected international accrediation, like UWL or Kent. If you are considering these schools you are not using good data about employment prospects. Are you avoiding the GMAT? Read the posts linked from my page about the GMAT and placement.
I can't see any reason to take an MBA without respected international accrediation, like UWL or Kent. If you are considering these schools you are not using good data about employment prospects. Are you avoiding the GMAT? Read the posts linked from my page about the GMAT and placement.
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mba hipste...
Doesn't Kent have AMBA accreditation?
Doesn't Kent have AMBA accreditation?
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Duncan
I hope so
I hope so
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George Pat...
Turns out they got AACSB as well, since last month or so

[Edited by George Patsoulis on Jun 07, 2019]

Turns out they got AACSB as well, since last month or so
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Razors Edg...
Either Kingston or Kent. No sense in considering UWL.

However, if you're non-EU and trying to transition to the UK to work, you will be disappointed.
Either Kingston or Kent. No sense in considering UWL.

However, if you're non-EU and trying to transition to the UK to work, you will be disappointed.
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