MSc in Business Analysis and Consulting


Hi Everyone,


Background: I completed my bachelor's in Computer Science and working at Morgan Stanley as Production Support Engineer rn.





Aim: I am looking for a more advanced role with better pay.  I have received a offer from University of Strathclyde for Business Analysis and Consulting but having second thoughts on University Reputation and Job Opportunities.





Could anyone provide their review on the courses, future opportunities and on the university.





Also I am looking to work in UK so please suggest what would be better Management or Technical courses. 





Thanks and Regards.

[Edited by Anila Bishnoi on Sep 05, 2021]

Hi Everyone,<br><br>
Background: I completed my bachelor's in Computer Science and working at Morgan Stanley as Production Support Engineer rn.<br><br>
<br><br>
Aim: I am looking for a more advanced role with better pay.&nbsp; I have received a offer from University of Strathclyde for Business Analysis and Consulting but having second thoughts on University Reputation and Job Opportunities.<br><br>
<br><br>
Could anyone provide their review on the courses, future opportunities and on the university.<br><br>
<br><br>
Also I am looking to work in UK so please suggest what would be better Management or Technical courses.&nbsp;<br><br>
<br><br>
Thanks and Regards.
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It really depends. What are your goals? How much work experience do you have? 

A degree like this would give you relatively limited options upon graduation. A more general degree - such as an MiM or an MBA - would be more flexible. Have you looked at FT-ranked MiM programs? If you're focused on Scotland, the University of Edinburgh's program looks good. Other options if you are looking at the UK more broadly would be City, Warwick, Imperial...

It really depends. What are your goals? How much work experience do you have?&nbsp;<br><br>A degree like this would give you relatively limited options upon graduation. A more general degree - such as an MiM or an MBA - would be more flexible. Have you looked at FT-ranked MiM programs? If you're focused on Scotland, the University of Edinburgh's program looks good. Other options if you are looking at the UK more broadly would be City, Warwick, Imperial...
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