MBA without Work Experience ..


benlwy

I am too looking for MBA without work experience in UK. I have applied to Liverpool John Moores University, Cardiff University and Abeerdeen University. Are these good universities to persue my MBA degree? will there be any problem for me to extend my Visa with this new Point Based System for another 2 years if I want to work there for few years to repay my Education loan and then came back to India.


I am thinking to enrol for Liverpool John Moores University MBA programme as well. Any advise?

<blockquote>I am too looking for MBA without work experience in UK. I have applied to Liverpool John Moores University, Cardiff University and Abeerdeen University. Are these good universities to persue my MBA degree? will there be any problem for me to extend my Visa with this new Point Based System for another 2 years if I want to work there for few years to repay my Education loan and then came back to India.</blockquote>

I am thinking to enrol for Liverpool John Moores University MBA programme as well. Any advise?
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hiren

hiee benlwy as per my research about uk there are lots of colleges and universities in uk.talking about these three uni they are good but not the best.so as per me if u wanna do mba from uk you must go for the best universities.currently the job status is also not good so there is no value for doing mba from these universities.i can only tell you one thing just take two years of work ex and then go for mba from uk.....if any other query u hav just send it....

hiee benlwy as per my research about uk there are lots of colleges and universities in uk.talking about these three uni they are good but not the best.so as per me if u wanna do mba from uk you must go for the best universities.currently the job status is also not good so there is no value for doing mba from these universities.i can only tell you one thing just take two years of work ex and then go for mba from uk.....if any other query u hav just send it....
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aragorn123

Most of the top-tier Universities require at least 3 years of work-ex for an MBA!

Most of the top-tier Universities require at least 3 years of work-ex for an MBA!
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hiren

hiee mate...2 yrs work ex is more than enough to get admission in good uni in uk like leeds,brunel etc...it is worthful if u do mba from such big universities...by d way when r u planing to go...

hiee mate...2 yrs work ex is more than enough to get admission in good uni in uk like leeds,brunel etc...it is worthful if u do mba from such big universities...by d way when r u planing to go...
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aragorn123

:) Hi Hiren, I had written about the Top-most Business Schools, like - Warwick, Manchester, Judge, Said, LBS, Cranfield etc. They need at least 3 years of Work-Exp.

Leeds is also a relatively good Business School.

Wishing you a very happy new year & success with your application!

:) Hi Hiren, I had written about the Top-most Business Schools, like - Warwick, Manchester, Judge, Said, LBS, Cranfield etc. They need at least 3 years of Work-Exp.

Leeds is also a relatively good Business School.

Wishing you a very happy new year & success with your application!
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SabrinaA

hiee mate...2 yrs work ex is more than enough to get admission in good uni in uk like leeds,brunel etc...it is worthful if u do mba from such big universities...by d way when r u planing to go...


What makes u so sure? My frnd had 3.5yrs of exp...was rejected by Leeds for full time MBA...

<blockquote>hiee mate...2 yrs work ex is more than enough to get admission in good uni in uk like leeds,brunel etc...it is worthful if u do mba from such big universities...by d way when r u planing to go...</blockquote>

What makes u so sure? My frnd had 3.5yrs of exp...was rejected by Leeds for full time MBA...
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hiren

wish u d same.... r u frm mumbai & for which intake u r looking forward to take admission & in which stream

wish u d same.... r u frm mumbai & for which intake u r looking forward to take admission & in which stream
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hiren

hiee mate...as i have gone through many of the consultants in mumbai they told that atleast 2 years of work exp is needed to pursue mba from a good uni And i have also talked to one of the student who have done mba from leeds university.he only recommeneded me if u wanna do mba from uk just take exp and do it from the best university or else it is worthless..r u from mumbai & for which intake u are lookin forward to go.

hiee mate...as i have gone through many of the consultants in mumbai they told that atleast 2 years of work exp is needed to pursue mba from a good uni And i have also talked to one of the student who have done mba from leeds university.he only recommeneded me if u wanna do mba from uk just take exp and do it from the best university or else it is worthless..r u from mumbai & for which intake u are lookin forward to go.
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hiren

hiee nblueblaze currently r u in uk & doing msc programme at warwick....by d way wat's ur name...

hiee nblueblaze currently r u in uk & doing msc programme at warwick....by d way wat's ur name...
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SabrinaA

hiren, like you I am also a fresher. I am aiming to go to UK for management post gradution in Sept 2010. I am looking at MSc in Management from top-15 b-schools in UK and EU...
Its only worthwhile if you go to these colleges. I am at present in India. Am currently preparing for GMAT, CAT, and IELTS. Before recession, MSc Grads were selling like hot cakes, but with recession a new rule has come into effect, wherein UK recruiters are supposed to state why they are recruiting a non-UK person if they are doing so and it seems there is a fine of 10k GBP on industries for each non-UK person they recruit. Not sure about this, please contact some one in UK.
Anyhow in time of recession, idustries in UK prefer UK grads, then EU grads and finally Indians/Southeast Asians...

I am aiming for Sept 2010 intake and if done, i'll be graduating by Sept 2011. So hopefully there will be some improvement in this situation.
Its a gamble I am ready to take.

So all those statistics I quoted before, about average pay, hot market etc. are with respect to situation before recess hit UK. I don not know the latest and current placement reports or such as posted by schools... And I think they will not post if there is a shortfall in demands and packages for their grads.

However hiren, I do have another option, since MBA from UK is not easily affordable by me, I am looking at going for MBA after a few years from UAE, specifically Dubai. Its also good enough. Not yet finalised on this tho.

Anyhow, so hopefully see u in UK sometime....

Readers if I made a mistake, do correct me.

Ajay



Ajay,

Almost true...current situation...improving...but at a slow pace...Economists ta LSE and IMF are expecting later 2010 will bring the good times once again...as far as job situation...its difficult but not impossible to get a job...numerous cos. take international students and sponsor work permits...actually its not the getting work permits that we should be worried of...rather the competition within international students...if you have a good profile and smartness (acumen not appearance!), you will get a job... in fact a good job...go to a good uni...all the best...bye.

_Nes

<blockquote>hiren, like you I am also a fresher. I am aiming to go to UK for management post gradution in Sept 2010. I am looking at MSc in Management from top-15 b-schools in UK and EU...
Its only worthwhile if you go to these colleges. I am at present in India. Am currently preparing for GMAT, CAT, and IELTS. Before recession, MSc Grads were selling like hot cakes, but with recession a new rule has come into effect, wherein UK recruiters are supposed to state why they are recruiting a non-UK person if they are doing so and it seems there is a fine of 10k GBP on industries for each non-UK person they recruit. Not sure about this, please contact some one in UK.
Anyhow in time of recession, idustries in UK prefer UK grads, then EU grads and finally Indians/Southeast Asians...

I am aiming for Sept 2010 intake and if done, i'll be graduating by Sept 2011. So hopefully there will be some improvement in this situation.
Its a gamble I am ready to take.

So all those statistics I quoted before, about average pay, hot market etc. are with respect to situation before recess hit UK. I don not know the latest and current placement reports or such as posted by schools... And I think they will not post if there is a shortfall in demands and packages for their grads.

However hiren, I do have another option, since MBA from UK is not easily affordable by me, I am looking at going for MBA after a few years from UAE, specifically Dubai. Its also good enough. Not yet finalised on this tho.

Anyhow, so hopefully see u in UK sometime....

Readers if I made a mistake, do correct me.

Ajay</blockquote>


Ajay,

Almost true...current situation...improving...but at a slow pace...Economists ta LSE and IMF are expecting later 2010 will bring the good times once again...as far as job situation...its difficult but not impossible to get a job...numerous cos. take international students and sponsor work permits...actually its not the getting work permits that we should be worried of...rather the competition within international students...if you have a good profile and smartness (acumen not appearance!), you will get a job... in fact a good job...go to a good uni...all the best...bye.

_Nes
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aragorn123

@Nes: Well Said :)

@Nes: Well Said :)
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borism

-----"hiren, like you I am also a fresher. I am aiming to go to UK for management post gradution in Sept 2010. I am looking at MSc in Management from top-15 b-schools in UK and EU...
Its only worthwhile if you go to these colleges. I am at present in India. Am currently preparing for GMAT, CAT, and IELTS. Before recession, MSc Grads were selling like hot cakes, but with recession a new rule has come into effect, wherein UK recruiters are supposed to state why they are recruiting a non-UK person if they are doing so and it seems there is a fine of 10k GBP on industries for each non-UK person they recruit. Not sure about this, please contact some one in UK.
Anyhow in time of recession, idustries in UK prefer UK grads, then EU grads and finally Indians/Southeast Asians..."---------

i don't know about the fine, but a recruiter having to prove that the person recruited for the job is the only one right for it, and there is no other local that can do it, is a normal practice in some places in Europe(like in Germany, for example), and i think it actually makes sense in some way.

-----"hiren, like you I am also a fresher. I am aiming to go to UK for management post gradution in Sept 2010. I am looking at MSc in Management from top-15 b-schools in UK and EU...
Its only worthwhile if you go to these colleges. I am at present in India. Am currently preparing for GMAT, CAT, and IELTS. Before recession, MSc Grads were selling like hot cakes, but with recession a new rule has come into effect, wherein UK recruiters are supposed to state why they are recruiting a non-UK person if they are doing so and it seems there is a fine of 10k GBP on industries for each non-UK person they recruit. Not sure about this, please contact some one in UK.
Anyhow in time of recession, idustries in UK prefer UK grads, then EU grads and finally Indians/Southeast Asians..."---------

i don't know about the fine, but a recruiter having to prove that the person recruited for the job is the only one right for it, and there is no other local that can do it, is a normal practice in some places in Europe(like in Germany, for example), and i think it actually makes sense in some way.
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hi i am trying out 2 do my MBA without work exp in Northern Ireland ULSTER UNIV , which doesnt require any of the work exp then it s a part of England only as it stays above IRELAND it s called as Northern Ireland.it s best 2 do thre also as they give ur 3months enterpeneuship program at the last semester...but it s too cold place as it s situvated at the north compared 2 london....

-saravanan contact me at [email protected]

hi i am trying out 2 do my MBA without work exp in Northern Ireland ULSTER UNIV , which doesnt require any of the work exp then it s a part of England only as it stays above IRELAND it s called as Northern Ireland.it s best 2 do thre also as they give ur 3months enterpeneuship program at the last semester...but it s too cold place as it s situvated at the north compared 2 london....

-saravanan contact me at [email protected]
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Samps

what kind of work experience do we need to pursue mba in uk in good b schools.. does work experience in public sector units government sector jobs is accepted?and is internship also counted as work experience..??

what kind of work experience do we need to pursue mba in uk in good b schools.. does work experience in public sector units government sector jobs is accepted?and is internship also counted as work experience..??
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adhav

Hi ppl...
Im currently doing B.Tech in ECE.. Im deciding to Change my field to Management.

I have seen in many universities that work experience of atleast 2 to 3 years are required to apply for MBA. May i know "Working Experience" here mean which kind of Job?? Whether we must have did some job related to management and commerce or other jobs like software developer, etc, too are accepted ??

Hi ppl...
Im currently doing B.Tech in ECE.. Im deciding to Change my field to Management.

I have seen in many universities that work experience of atleast 2 to 3 years are required to apply for MBA. May i know "Working Experience" here mean which kind of Job?? Whether we must have did some job related to management and commerce or other jobs like software developer, etc, too are accepted ??
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gou

i'm a College graduate with 50%aggrigate, i still have one semister to go.and planning to pursue my MBA in the UK . Are there any Universities that accept students who do not have any prior work experience ? If so where can i find these details ?

i'm a College graduate with 50%aggrigate, i still have one semister to go.and planning to pursue my MBA in the UK . Are there any Universities that accept students who do not have any prior work experience ? If so where can i find these details ?
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I have a few friends who went to UK for their MBA with no prior work experience in 2007. I chose to work instead.

As per the feedback from my 10 friends, if you want to go to UK for a freshers MBA, there are only two options worth a consideration:

1) Cardiff University
2) Aberdeen University

Dont even think about any other Uni for freshers MBA in UK....

I have a few friends who went to UK for their MBA with no prior work experience in 2007. I chose to work instead.

As per the feedback from my 10 friends, if you want to go to UK for a freshers MBA, there are only two options worth a consideration:

1) Cardiff University
2) Aberdeen University

Dont even think about any other Uni for freshers MBA in UK....
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gou

I've only 50% as aggregate. is my aggregate enough for entry requirements in UK universities

I've only 50% as aggregate. is my aggregate enough for entry requirements in UK universities
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Sorry I forgot to mention in the earlier post.

Both these Universities will be looking at around 65% aggregate. Even if they are flexible enough, it may not go below 60%. But you can still give it a try!

You might want to try Abertay Dundee. I think they might accept around 55% marks. I am not sure about UWIC as my contacts there did not have any good reviews about the Uni.

Sorry I forgot to mention in the earlier post.

Both these Universities will be looking at around 65% aggregate. Even if they are flexible enough, it may not go below 60%. But you can still give it a try!

You might want to try Abertay Dundee. I think they might accept around 55% marks. I am not sure about UWIC as my contacts there did not have any good reviews about the Uni.

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Mamit

Hi
Please find the list of UK universities offering MBA for freshers


1 UWIC, Cardiff - Good ranked University
2 West London College , London
3 Holborn College , London
4 Bangor University, Bangor - Good Ranked University
5 University of Greenwich, London
6 TASMAC_ The London School of Business
7 Cardiff University
8 University of Aberdeen
9 University of Central Lancashire
10 University of Greenwich
11 London School of Commerce

However i am not sure weather they will accept you with 50% marks.
Cardiff and Aberdeen will not accept for less than 65%

Mamit

Hi
Please find the list of UK universities offering MBA for freshers


1 UWIC, Cardiff - Good ranked University
2 West London College , London
3 Holborn College , London
4 Bangor University, Bangor - Good Ranked University
5 University of Greenwich, London
6 TASMAC_ The London School of Business
7 Cardiff University
8 University of Aberdeen
9 University of Central Lancashire
10 University of Greenwich
11 London School of Commerce

However i am not sure weather they will accept you with 50% marks.
Cardiff and Aberdeen will not accept for less than 65%

Mamit
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