MBA From Aston , Essex or Queen’s as an international student


Neil S

Hi,
I am an international student from India looking to do an MBA in UK. I’ll be taking a significant amount of loan to fund my course that I’ll need to pay back. I currently have an offer from Aston University, University of Essex and Queen’s Belfast. Out of the three Aston seems to be the highest ranked while i have a scholarship from Essex.

I’m having a hard time finding information related to it-my primary concern being good employment opportunities after graduation as I’ll being taking a big financial risk. Should i go for MBA from Aston Uni or other two options?

Hi,
I am an international student from India looking to do an MBA in UK. I’ll be taking a significant amount of loan to fund my course that I’ll need to pay back. I currently have an offer from Aston University, University of Essex and Queen’s Belfast. Out of the three Aston seems to be the highest ranked while i have a scholarship from Essex.

I’m having a hard time finding information related to it-my primary concern being good employment opportunities after graduation as I’ll being taking a big financial risk. Should i go for MBA from Aston Uni or other two options?
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Duncan

Honestly, it's worth taking the extra time to get into a better school if you really want the best return on investment. As you say, Aston is the best of these but a ranked school would be way better. 

Honestly, it's worth taking the extra time to get into a better school if you really want the best return on investment. As you say, Aston is the best of these but a ranked school would be way better. 
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Neil S

Honestly, it's worth taking the extra time to get into a better school if you really want the best return on investment. As you say, Aston is the best of these but a ranked school would be way better. 


Thanks for the reply @Duncan. What i understand from your reply is that i should look for better schools than the three i am getting an offer from? Is Aston not decent enough from employment perspective?

What would you say be some good schools to apply for in the 25-30k GBP tuition range?

[Edited by Neil S on Jul 15, 2021]

[quote]Honestly, it's worth taking the extra time to get into a better school if you really want the best return on investment. As you say, Aston is the best of these but a ranked school would be way better.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Thanks for the reply @Duncan. What i understand from your reply is that i should look for better schools than the three i am getting an offer from? Is Aston not decent enough from employment perspective?<br><br>What would you say be some good schools to apply for in the 25-30k GBP tuition range?
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Duncan

See: Best MBAs for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143

See: Best MBAs for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143
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Duncan

Also https://find-mba.com/lists/other-top-business-school-lists/top-10-budget-mba-programs-in-england 

[Edited by Duncan on Jul 16, 2021]

Also https://find-mba.com/lists/other-top-business-school-lists/top-10-budget-mba-programs-in-england&nbsp;
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