mba or msc management after engineering


irtiza
i am a fresher want to do mba from uk london. But after reading all those discussions i feel i should do msc management but i dnt know whether it will have worth \after engineering or not please guide me as mba from CU london i feel is not a good option as i dont have another better option for mba because of no work experience. shoould i go for msc management will it help AFTER ENgINEERINg ?
i am a fresher want to do mba from uk london. But after reading all those discussions i feel i should do msc management but i dnt know whether it will have worth \after engineering or not please guide me as mba from CU london i feel is not a good option as i dont have another better option for mba because of no work experience. shoould i go for msc management will it help AFTER ENgINEERINg ?
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Duncan
The Coventry campus is a less good choice than any MSc in management with international accreditation.
The Coventry campus is a less good choice than any MSc in management with international accreditation.
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Dears,

if someone with a bachelor degree seeking long-term career goals in research and future studies in management, when choosing his master degree, can MBA be a gate for Phd in management or strategy?(i am not talking about DBA) or the master must be an MSc in management in order to proceed with Phd in management or strategy?

2) some MBAs do have a group Master thesis of 10,000-15,000 words. Does this sort of thesis help to apply for further studies? (Phd or DBA) or it has to be done individually?
Dears,

if someone with a bachelor degree seeking long-term career goals in research and future studies in management, when choosing his master degree, can MBA be a gate for Phd in management or strategy?(i am not talking about DBA) or the master must be an MSc in management in order to proceed with Phd in management or strategy?

2) some MBAs do have a group Master thesis of 10,000-15,000 words. Does this sort of thesis help to apply for further studies? (Phd or DBA) or it has to be done individually?
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Duncan
Very few PhD programs require a master's. Any relevant master's helps, especially with a research thesis. An MRes is the best preparation.

A group thesis is less helpful than an individual one, especially since a group is less likely to be a work of research scholarship, structured like an article in an academic journal.b
Very few PhD programs require a master's. Any relevant master's helps, especially with a research thesis. An MRes is the best preparation.

A group thesis is less helpful than an individual one, especially since a group is less likely to be a work of research scholarship, structured like an article in an academic journal.b
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