MBA offer -help needed


Hi ,

I am sumit Mehta from India,I have received full time MBA offers from Birmingham and Aston. I have also received an offer from cass emba in Dubai ..kindly help me choose the best among these options. I live in Dubai. I know I am going to miss out on the buzz of the campus life if I get into cass emba,but if the cass emba is significantly better than Birmingham and Aston I am willing to invest 1 more year ,and also ready to face the additional expenses incurred..Kindly chip in with your views..
Hi ,

I am sumit Mehta from India,I have received full time MBA offers from Birmingham and Aston. I have also received an offer from cass emba in Dubai ..kindly help me choose the best among these options. I live in Dubai. I know I am going to miss out on the buzz of the campus life if I get into cass emba,but if the cass emba is significantly better than Birmingham and Aston I am willing to invest 1 more year ,and also ready to face the additional expenses incurred..Kindly chip in with your views..
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Duncan
The answer is almost certainly Birmingham. If you are applying for both part time and full time programmes then you want to leave your company and perhaps change industry. The full time programme will be better unless you want to stay in your industry and current location. If that is the case then go to Cass.
The answer is almost certainly Birmingham. If you are applying for both part time and full time programmes then you want to leave your company and perhaps change industry. The full time programme will be better unless you want to stay in your industry and current location. If that is the case then go to Cass.
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ezra
I'd generally agree with Duncan - the Cass program is quite different from the others, and the decision pretty much hinges on your future career goals. If you're planning on staying in Dubai after graduation, you might find that staying in Dubai will give you more networking opportunities - although you'd miss some career services resources.

All other things being equal, Birmingham will probably provide a better value than Aston. However, if you're looking to find a job in the information technology sector, a case can be made for Aston.
I'd generally agree with Duncan - the Cass program is quite different from the others, and the decision pretty much hinges on your future career goals. If you're planning on staying in Dubai after graduation, you might find that staying in Dubai will give you more networking opportunities - although you'd miss some career services resources.

All other things being equal, Birmingham will probably provide a better value than Aston. However, if you're looking to find a job in the information technology sector, a case can be made for Aston.
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Mamit
Birmingham MBA is more strong than Aston. but CASS has more brand value. To be honest it depends on your current circumstances, since the job opportunities are not very promising in the UK, Its better to do it from Dubai it self.
Regards
Mamit
Birmingham MBA is more strong than Aston. but CASS has more brand value. To be honest it depends on your current circumstances, since the job opportunities are not very promising in the UK, Its better to do it from Dubai it self.
Regards
Mamit
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