MBA Bath vs MBA Aston


Wasin A.
Dear all

I'm a Thai with almost 4 years experience in the industrial field as an engineer.
I've got offers from Aston (with 30% scholarship) and Bath (with approximately 10% scholarship).
Due to the difference in tuition fee, around 15,000 GBP totally, it's so difficult to make the decision which school to go. (Bath is quite more well-known in my country)
My goal after complete the course is business consulting in my own country.
Would you please give me any advice?
Dear all

I'm a Thai with almost 4 years experience in the industrial field as an engineer.
I've got offers from Aston (with 30% scholarship) and Bath (with approximately 10% scholarship).
Due to the difference in tuition fee, around 15,000 GBP totally, it's so difficult to make the decision which school to go. (Bath is quite more well-known in my country)
My goal after complete the course is business consulting in my own country.
Would you please give me any advice?
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Duncan
Bath is a better option because if the intensive use of projects and the wider range of electives. Did you consider an MSc in business consulting?
Bath is a better option because if the intensive use of projects and the wider range of electives. Did you consider an MSc in business consulting?
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Wasin A.
Many thanks for your response, Duncan
Nope, I applied for MBA Course only because I think the MBA is wide and comprehensive in business and management field.

The reason that cannot make the decision is a greatly different in tuition fee, I'm not sure that it will be worthwhile.
Many thanks for your response, Duncan
Nope, I applied for MBA Course only because I think the MBA is wide and comprehensive in business and management field.

The reason that cannot make the decision is a greatly different in tuition fee, I'm not sure that it will be worthwhile.
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mba hipste...
If Bath is more well known in your country, that's a good indicator of its strength there. However, you should try to get a sense of where Bath MBAs are working - and especially, in what roles. This will give you an idea of the MBA's ROI: if they're generally employed in better positions than you in good firms, then the investment will likely be worth it.

Are you not considering any local programs?
If Bath is more well known in your country, that's a good indicator of its strength there. However, you should try to get a sense of where Bath MBAs are working - and especially, in what roles. This will give you an idea of the MBA's ROI: if they're generally employed in better positions than you in good firms, then the investment will likely be worth it.

Are you not considering any local programs?
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