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Hi JK.. I have finally come down to deciding between durham and strath. I have also received a 3k scholarship from durham.

Please suggest which one you think will be a better option and have better career prospects. Also if you could share some insight on the 2 cities.

Well, Strath is in the FT rankings this year, and Durham is not... But they tend to go back and forth. And Glasgow might have more to offer in terms of industry variety.

I would ask the schools to see what kind of post-employment options might be available to you, I'm sure they would have something to add.

<blockquote>Hi JK.. I have finally come down to deciding between durham and strath. I have also received a 3k scholarship from durham.

Please suggest which one you think will be a better option and have better career prospects. Also if you could share some insight on the 2 cities.</blockquote>
Well, Strath is in the FT rankings this year, and Durham is not... But they tend to go back and forth. And Glasgow might have more to offer in terms of industry variety.

I would ask the schools to see what kind of post-employment options might be available to you, I'm sure they would have something to add.
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Duncan

Strathclyde will be the better choice for most students. It depends on background and career goals.

Strathclyde will be the better choice for most students. It depends on background and career goals.
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kabir_mba

It's definitely worth it to spend more on a better MBA. Keep in mind that you can apply for funding.

For example, I helped a friend last year (from India) with his Cambridge - Judge MBA application, and he ended up getting a few scholarships to offset the cost of the program quite substantially.

Check out the "Cambridge Society Bombay Scholarships" for example, if you're from Gujarat, Maharashtra or Goa.

It's definitely worth it to spend more on a better MBA. Keep in mind that you can apply for funding.

For example, I helped a friend last year (from India) with his Cambridge - Judge MBA application, and he ended up getting a few scholarships to offset the cost of the program quite substantially.

Check out the "Cambridge Society Bombay Scholarships" for example, if you're from Gujarat, Maharashtra or Goa.
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Mamit

i am a graduate. i am interested indoing mba from uk can you please suggest that what is the difference in doing a mba program from uk and msc program.


Hi Abhimanyu,
It depends on your work experience. If you have no experience or just 1-2 years of work ex I would recommend you to opt for an MSc program over MBA. In case you have over 3 years of exp then MBA would be more suitable.

<blockquote>i am a graduate. i am interested indoing mba from uk can you please suggest that what is the difference in doing a mba program from uk and msc program. </blockquote>

Hi Abhimanyu,
It depends on your work experience. If you have no experience or just 1-2 years of work ex I would recommend you to opt for an MSc program over MBA. In case you have over 3 years of exp then MBA would be more suitable.
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