MBA last decision


Hey people,
Im so sorry and to be honest, I need your advice on this as I know about your reviews on freshers MBA and even I know that MSc is better than MBA.
But for now, I just need your advice on this!
I got offer letter from these universities,
CARDIFF UNIVERSITY
CARDIFF METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY
COVENTRY UNIVERSITY LONDON CAMPUS
Cardiff is better ranked university but the fee is too high about 18660 GBP and fee for Coventry university London campus is 14750 GBP and Cardiff metropolitan university fee is 12000. London itself is very expensive like the accommodation etc where as Cardiff is quite cheaper than that.
Which will be better university for me in both scenarios, getting job in UK or come back to SAUDI ARAB cux there is huge difference between fees. I can afford CARDIFF'S fee if it much worthy than others or if its equally good then I should opt for CARDIFF METROPOLITAN UNIVESITY due to their low fee cux if I come back to Pakistan or Saudi Arab, mostly companies in the end only see the British MBA degree.

Need your advice and comment on this?

Hey people,
Im so sorry and to be honest, I need your advice on this as I know about your reviews on freshers MBA and even I know that MSc is better than MBA.
But for now, I just need your advice on this!
I got offer letter from these universities,
CARDIFF UNIVERSITY
CARDIFF METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY
COVENTRY UNIVERSITY LONDON CAMPUS
Cardiff is better ranked university but the fee is too high about 18660 GBP and fee for Coventry university London campus is 14750 GBP and Cardiff metropolitan university fee is 12000. London itself is very expensive like the accommodation etc where as Cardiff is quite cheaper than that.
Which will be better university for me in both scenarios, getting job in UK or come back to SAUDI ARAB cux there is huge difference between fees. I can afford CARDIFF'S fee if it much worthy than others or if its equally good then I should opt for CARDIFF METROPOLITAN UNIVESITY due to their low fee cux if I come back to Pakistan or Saudi Arab, mostly companies in the end only see the British MBA degree.

Need your advice and comment on this?
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mba hipste...

I think the advice I gave you on July 28th still stands:

Cardiff is accredited by AACSB; Coventry is not. That's probably the deciding factor.

However, if you are an international student who is looking to work in the UK after graduation, I am not sure that either will help you meet your goals. It would help you much more if you were able to do an MBA from a ranked business school. Even Lancaster, Durham, ore Bath would be better options in this regard.

Cardiff is the only school that you are looking at which has international accreditation. In my mind that would seal the deal.

I think the advice I gave you on July 28th still stands:

<blockquote>Cardiff is accredited by AACSB; Coventry is not. That's probably the deciding factor.

However, if you are an international student who is looking to work in the UK after graduation, I am not sure that either will help you meet your goals. It would help you much more if you were able to do an MBA from a ranked business school. Even Lancaster, Durham, ore Bath would be better options in this regard.</blockquote>
Cardiff is the only school that you are looking at which has international accreditation. In my mind that would seal the deal.
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I think the advice I gave you on July 28th still stands:

Cardiff is accredited by AACSB; Coventry is not. That's probably the deciding factor.

However, if you are an international student who is looking to work in the UK after graduation, I am not sure that either will help you meet your goals. It would help you much more if you were able to do an MBA from a ranked business school. Even Lancaster, Durham, ore Bath would be better options in this regard.

Cardiff is the only school that you are looking at which has international accreditation. In my mind that would seal the deal.

Ofcourse! I do agree with you on this but the only thing which upsetting me is that if im thinking to come back then doing mba from Cardiff or Coventry will give me the same job prospect, isn't it?

But for now, I am accepting your advice and opting for Cardiff!
Btw Thankyou so much :)

<blockquote>I think the advice I gave you on July 28th still stands:

<blockquote>Cardiff is accredited by AACSB; Coventry is not. That's probably the deciding factor.

However, if you are an international student who is looking to work in the UK after graduation, I am not sure that either will help you meet your goals. It would help you much more if you were able to do an MBA from a ranked business school. Even Lancaster, Durham, ore Bath would be better options in this regard.</blockquote>
Cardiff is the only school that you are looking at which has international accreditation. In my mind that would seal the deal.</blockquote>
Ofcourse! I do agree with you on this but the only thing which upsetting me is that if im thinking to come back then doing mba from Cardiff or Coventry will give me the same job prospect, isn't it?

But for now, I am accepting your advice and opting for Cardiff!
Btw Thankyou so much :)
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I think the advice I gave you on July 28th still stands:

Cardiff is accredited by AACSB; Coventry is not. That's probably the deciding factor.

However, if you are an international student who is looking to work in the UK after graduation, I am not sure that either will help you meet your goals. It would help you much more if you were able to do an MBA from a ranked business school. Even Lancaster, Durham, ore Bath would be better options in this regard.

Cardiff is the only school that you are looking at which has international accreditation. In my mind that would seal the deal.

Btw one more thing I wanted to mention as UK has a very strict rules and laws Nowadays which mean that overseas students hardly get a job!
Doing a MSC from ranked school increase the chances of job in UK? How? MBA still a professional degree though!

<blockquote>I think the advice I gave you on July 28th still stands:

<blockquote>Cardiff is accredited by AACSB; Coventry is not. That's probably the deciding factor.

However, if you are an international student who is looking to work in the UK after graduation, I am not sure that either will help you meet your goals. It would help you much more if you were able to do an MBA from a ranked business school. Even Lancaster, Durham, ore Bath would be better options in this regard.</blockquote>
Cardiff is the only school that you are looking at which has international accreditation. In my mind that would seal the deal.</blockquote>
Btw one more thing I wanted to mention as UK has a very strict rules and laws Nowadays which mean that overseas students hardly get a job!
Doing a MSC from ranked school increase the chances of job in UK? How? MBA still a professional degree though!
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Duncan

I think you would stand essentially no chance of UK employment with a freshers MBA, since these are export-oriented, but with a ranked MSc you would probably find work (especially if you took an MSc in finance).

I think you would stand essentially no chance of UK employment with a freshers MBA, since these are export-oriented, but with a ranked MSc you would probably find work (especially if you took an MSc in finance).
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I think you would stand essentially no chance of UK employment with a freshers MBA, since these are export-oriented, but with a ranked MSc you would probably find work (especially if you took an MSc in finance).

Hey Ducan!
Could you tell me the low cost MSC FINANCE course universities offering as LSE, WARWICK, MBS etc offering these university with high requirements and are very expensive than CARDIFF'S MBA.
How about doing MSC FINANCE from Coventry university?
Should cost under 17K GBP?
Kindly reply me soon as I have very little time!

Thankx in advance

<blockquote>I think you would stand essentially no chance of UK employment with a freshers MBA, since these are export-oriented, but with a ranked MSc you would probably find work (especially if you took an MSc in finance).</blockquote>
Hey Ducan!
Could you tell me the low cost MSC FINANCE course universities offering as LSE, WARWICK, MBS etc offering these university with high requirements and are very expensive than CARDIFF'S MBA.
How about doing MSC FINANCE from Coventry university?
Should cost under 17K GBP?
Kindly reply me soon as I have very little time!

Thankx in advance
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saroo

Mr. Ducan advice is very good.

Mr. Ducan advice is very good.
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Duncan

The FT ranking for MSc in finance degrees shows their fees.

The FT ranking for MSc in finance degrees shows their fees.
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saroo

I think you would stand essentially no chance of UK employment with a freshers MBA, since these are export-oriented, but with a ranked MSc you would probably find work (especially if you took an MSc in finance).

Hey Ducan!
Could you tell me the low cost MSC FINANCE course universities offering as LSE, WARWICK, MBS etc offering these university with high requirements and are very expensive than CARDIFF'S MBA.
How about doing MSC FINANCE from Coventry university?
Should cost under 17K GBP?
Kindly reply me soon as I have very little time!

Thankx in advance


You are asking Mr Duncan like he owes you a reply. all this information is already available on the respective website of universities.

<blockquote><blockquote>I think you would stand essentially no chance of UK employment with a freshers MBA, since these are export-oriented, but with a ranked MSc you would probably find work (especially if you took an MSc in finance).</blockquote>
Hey Ducan!
Could you tell me the low cost MSC FINANCE course universities offering as LSE, WARWICK, MBS etc offering these university with high requirements and are very expensive than CARDIFF'S MBA.
How about doing MSC FINANCE from Coventry university?
Should cost under 17K GBP?
Kindly reply me soon as I have very little time!

Thankx in advance</blockquote>

You are asking Mr Duncan like he owes you a reply. all this information is already available on the respective website of universities.
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mba hipste...

Hey people,
Im so sorry and to be honest, I need your advice on this as I know about your reviews on freshers MBA and even I know that MSc is better than MBA.

It sounds like there's a bit of confusion. An MSc is not "better" than an MBA; they are just two different degrees. One (the MBA) is aimed at professionals who have been working and the MSc is mainly for those without work experience.

I think the confusion stems from the fact that, based on salary and career outcomes, a *ranked* and MSc program will usually get you farther than an unaccredited, low-cost MBA. (By ranked I mean it's listed in the FT's master in management ranking.)

<blockquote>Hey people,
Im so sorry and to be honest, I need your advice on this as I know about your reviews on freshers MBA and even I know that MSc is better than MBA.</blockquote>
It sounds like there's a bit of confusion. An MSc is not "better" than an MBA; they are just two different degrees. One (the MBA) is aimed at professionals who have been working and the MSc is mainly for those without work experience.

I think the confusion stems from the fact that, based on salary and career outcomes, a *ranked* and MSc program will usually get you farther than an unaccredited, low-cost MBA. (By ranked I mean it's listed in the FT's master in management ranking.)
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