MBA at Hult London


kpatek
Hi all,
I currently work in Oil and Gas and would like to pursue an MBA. I plan on continuing in Oil and Gas once I am finished with my MBA. I had three schools that I applied to: Dundee, Aberdeen Business School, and Hult. I was accepted into Hult and denied into Dundee. I am still awaiting word on Aberdeen. What are your thoughts regarding attending Hult, considering I want to stay in Oil and Gas? Should I try and hold out for a program that is focused in Oil and Gas, even if it means delaying school for a year? Hult seems to be a very good program and I would be excited about the prospects but I want to make sure I'm investing my time and money in the right way.
Hi all,
I currently work in Oil and Gas and would like to pursue an MBA. I plan on continuing in Oil and Gas once I am finished with my MBA. I had three schools that I applied to: Dundee, Aberdeen Business School, and Hult. I was accepted into Hult and denied into Dundee. I am still awaiting word on Aberdeen. What are your thoughts regarding attending Hult, considering I want to stay in Oil and Gas? Should I try and hold out for a program that is focused in Oil and Gas, even if it means delaying school for a year? Hult seems to be a very good program and I would be excited about the prospects but I want to make sure I'm investing my time and money in the right way.
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susee
Since you are in Oil field Hult's MBA in energy management may be a right choice...But there are some other univ like London south bank university and Scottish business schools who work more closely with oil industries...like British Gas etc...Check with websites..
Since you are in Oil field Hult's MBA in energy management may be a right choice...But there are some other univ like London south bank university and Scottish business schools who work more closely with oil industries...like British Gas etc...Check with websites..
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fre3ze
Why don't you try Robert Gorden University ? I think they have an MBA programme in Oil & Gas and the university is located in Aberdeen which is an Oil city.
Why don't you try Robert Gorden University ? I think they have an MBA programme in Oil & Gas and the university is located in Aberdeen which is an Oil city.
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kpatek
I appreciate the insight but I believe the Aberdeen Business School is part of the Robert Gordon University. The program I applied to was the Oil and Gas Management program.
I appreciate the insight but I believe the Aberdeen Business School is part of the Robert Gordon University. The program I applied to was the Oil and Gas Management program.
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ralph
You're right, but this is easily confused.

Aberdeen Business School is also known as Robert Gordon University,

often confused with

The University of Aberdeen School of Business Administration.

They're two different schools.

I appreciate the insight but I believe the Aberdeen Business School is part of the Robert Gordon University. The program I applied to was the Oil and Gas Management program.
You're right, but this is easily confused.

Aberdeen Business School is also known as Robert Gordon University,

often confused with

The University of Aberdeen School of Business Administration.

They're two different schools.

<blockquote>I appreciate the insight but I believe the Aberdeen Business School is part of the Robert Gordon University. The program I applied to was the Oil and Gas Management program.</blockquote>
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kpatek
I found out today I was accepted into the Aberdeen Business School at the Robert Gordon University. It is decision time now between this school and Hult. My initial feeling is that Aberdeen is a better fit due to my continued focus in Oil and Gas. It also has the added benefit of being a little easier on my finances. Does anyone have any comments or thoughts?
I found out today I was accepted into the Aberdeen Business School at the Robert Gordon University. It is decision time now between this school and Hult. My initial feeling is that Aberdeen is a better fit due to my continued focus in Oil and Gas. It also has the added benefit of being a little easier on my finances. Does anyone have any comments or thoughts?
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fre3ze
I found out today I was accepted into the Aberdeen Business School at the Robert Gordon University. It is decision time now between this school and Hult. My initial feeling is that Aberdeen is a better fit due to my continued focus in Oil and Gas. It also has the added benefit of being a little easier on my finances. Does anyone have any comments or thoughts?


Go to Aberdeen. The cost of living out there is relatively cheap and Aberdeen is a very beautiful place.

Hult is located in central london and living in central london is going to put a big hole in your pocket.
<blockquote>I found out today I was accepted into the Aberdeen Business School at the Robert Gordon University. It is decision time now between this school and Hult. My initial feeling is that Aberdeen is a better fit due to my continued focus in Oil and Gas. It also has the added benefit of being a little easier on my finances. Does anyone have any comments or thoughts?</blockquote>

Go to Aberdeen. The cost of living out there is relatively cheap and Aberdeen is a very beautiful place.

Hult is located in central london and living in central london is going to put a big hole in your pocket.
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kpatek
fre3z3, I appreciate you sharing your opinion. Which school would you estimate would give me better job prospects upon graduating? I am in the process of trying to find out which major oil and gas companies hire graduates of Aberdeen's Oil and Gas MBA. Does anyone have insight into this matter. Regarding Hult, I am a little concerned with their global branding compared to other schools and I don't think that a lot of their graduates enter into the energy market. Thanks in advance.
fre3z3, I appreciate you sharing your opinion. Which school would you estimate would give me better job prospects upon graduating? I am in the process of trying to find out which major oil and gas companies hire graduates of Aberdeen's Oil and Gas MBA. Does anyone have insight into this matter. Regarding Hult, I am a little concerned with their global branding compared to other schools and I don't think that a lot of their graduates enter into the energy market. Thanks in advance.
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