Msc in management


Hello, i am from india and ive got an offer from following
Exeter - Msc in management
Cardiff - Msc in management with placement year
Northingam trent university - mba
Sterling - mba
Which one should i select for September 2021 intake, and how difficult will there be to find a job

Hello, i am from india and ive got an offer from following
Exeter - Msc in management
Cardiff - Msc in management with placement year
Northingam trent university - mba
Sterling - mba
Which one should i select for September 2021 intake, and how difficult will there be to find a job
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StuartHE

I guess Exeter is the best of these as schools but, really, these are programmes for the student who will want to return to their home country. If you are returning to Asia, for example, the choice is really between MBAs, and the schools are similar enough that the big difference is between a beautiful US-style campus like Stirling or a city-centre location like Nottingham Trent. I'd pick Trent for the higher accreditation and the better networking. 

The choices that will lead to a job in Europe are the higher quality ones at http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2020 

I guess Exeter is the best of these as schools but, really, these are programmes for the student who will want to return to their home country. If you are returning to Asia, for example, the choice is really between MBAs, and the schools are similar enough that the big difference is between a beautiful US-style campus like Stirling or a city-centre location like Nottingham Trent. I'd pick Trent for the higher accreditation and the better networking.&nbsp;<br><br>The choices that will lead to a job in Europe are the higher quality ones at http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2020&nbsp;
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I guess Exeter is the best of these as schools but, really, these are programmes for the student who will want to return to their home country. If you are returning to Asia, for example, the choice is really between MBAs, and the schools are similar enough that the big difference is between a beautiful US-style campus like Stirling or a city-centre location like Nottingham Trent. I'd pick Trent for the higher accreditation and the better networking. 

The choices that will lead to a job in Europe are the higher quality ones at http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2020 



Thank you so much for your reply, i am willing to stay back in uk and work there itself. I'm currently having 3.5 years of work experience, so should i not opt for mim from exeter? Will there be difficulty in finding a good job? I am mostly looking for job security as i will be taking loan for yhe education 

[Edited by Shreyas Parashar on Mar 04, 2021]

[quote]I guess Exeter is the best of these as schools but, really, these are programmes for the student who will want to return to their home country. If you are returning to Asia, for example, the choice is really between MBAs, and the schools are similar enough that the big difference is between a beautiful US-style campus like Stirling or a city-centre location like Nottingham Trent. I'd pick Trent for the higher accreditation and the better networking.&nbsp;<br><br>The choices that will lead to a job in Europe are the higher quality ones at http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2020&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br><br>Thank you so much for your reply, i am willing to stay back in uk and work there itself. I'm currently having 3.5 years of work experience, so should i not opt for mim from exeter? Will there be difficulty in finding a good job? I am mostly looking for job security as i will be taking loan for yhe education&nbsp;
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StuartHE

I suggest you aim at a better school. Exeter reported 100% placement for 40% of the cohort last year. http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/university-of-exeter/masters-in-management-2019#masters-in-management-2019 while the year before it reported 80% placement from 47% of the cohort http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/university-of-exeter/masters-in-management-2018#masters-in-management-2018 and in 2017 it was 40% placement from 17% of the cohort http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/university-of-exeter/masters-in-management-2017#masters-in-management-2017 These are volatile outcomes and curiously low participation. If you want job security, a MiF or a better school will be a better option. 

[Edited by StuartHE on Mar 04, 2021]

I suggest you aim at a better school. Exeter reported 100% placement for 40% of the cohort last year. http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/university-of-exeter/masters-in-management-2019#masters-in-management-2019 while the year before it reported 80% placement from 47% of the cohort http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/university-of-exeter/masters-in-management-2018#masters-in-management-2018 and in 2017 it was 40% placement from 17% of the cohort http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/university-of-exeter/masters-in-management-2017#masters-in-management-2017 These are volatile outcomes and curiously low participation. If you want job security, a MiF or a better school will be a better option.&nbsp;
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