London MBA: Brunel or Westminster


Need help deciding between these two London based MBA programs... Or something in a similar budget range. Which one is better for marketing?

I'm a UK student but for family reasons must stay in London while I do my MBA. I do not need to worry about securing a visa or anything, although it would be nice to get a good job in marketing after I graduate!

Need help deciding between these two London based MBA programs... Or something in a similar budget range. Which one is better for marketing?

I'm a UK student but for family reasons must stay in London while I do my MBA. I do not need to worry about securing a visa or anything, although it would be nice to get a good job in marketing after I graduate!
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Duncan

Hard choice. Obviously Brunel is a bit better in most employers' eyes and probably has better careers services. Try: How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571

Location might swing it for you: very different settings and travel time. Obviously Brunel reflects the setting: lots of jobs related to Heathrow, health, pharma and outer west London's huge south Asian and Polish communities.

Hard choice. Obviously Brunel is a bit better in most employers' eyes and probably has better careers services. Try: How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571

Location might swing it for you: very different settings and travel time. Obviously Brunel reflects the setting: lots of jobs related to Heathrow, health, pharma and outer west London's huge south Asian and Polish communities.
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Really appreciate the advice. I'll use the LinkedIn method and see if that can help me make my decision.

Really appreciate the advice. I'll use the LinkedIn method and see if that can help me make my decision.
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maury

There are also Kingston University of London and Royal Holloway, both of which are in London and are accredited by AMBA... And are in that budget range.

There are also Kingston University of London and Royal Holloway, both of which are in London and are accredited by AMBA... And are in that budget range.
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sts

...and also Middlesex University, which is in London again, is not accredited by AACSB, AMBA or EQUIS, however included in the latest QS Global Top 200 Business Schools list. (where, of the choices you mention, Westminster is not). This is, just to expand your options to consider.

...and also Middlesex University, which is in London again, is not accredited by AACSB, AMBA or EQUIS, however included in the latest QS Global Top 200 Business Schools list. (where, of the choices you mention, Westminster is not). This is, just to expand your options to consider.
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Duncan

I would not consider Middlesex above a draft of other options, including specialised MSc degrees from schools with better careers services. One data point is not a trend.

I would not consider Middlesex above a draft of other options, including specialised MSc degrees from schools with better careers services. One data point is not a trend.
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Thanks everybody! Kingston University and Royal Holloway sound decent, and within my budget range as well! I am thinking of just applying to all four schools and see what happens. Much appreciated!

Thanks everybody! Kingston University and Royal Holloway sound decent, and within my budget range as well! I am thinking of just applying to all four schools and see what happens. Much appreciated!
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