MSc in management options


Jan
Hello,

I've been researching Masters courses in Business and management with the intention of starting in Fall 2018. I intend to work abroad for a few years before returning back to India. I'm considering Ireland as my top choice, due to their 2 year stay back option. However, some have stated that opportunities in Ireland are limited and hence it's hard to land a job. Is this true ? Additionally, is studying in LSE or Imperial or other UK based Universities an unnecessary financial burden ,i.e., is it next to impossible to obtain employment ?

My academic scores and extra-curriculars are strong. I've undertaken the GRE (320) and the TOEFL(118). However, I don't have any solid work experience. Thus far, I've applied to Trinity college, UCD-Smurfit, LSE and Imperial. Based on this information, is it possible to suggest any more schools that I should consider (preferably with an internship included) ?

Any other suggestions, as to what steps need to be taken next, will also be appreciated.

Thank you for your time.
Hello,

I've been researching Masters courses in Business and management with the intention of starting in Fall 2018. I intend to work abroad for a few years before returning back to India. I'm considering Ireland as my top choice, due to their 2 year stay back option. However, some have stated that opportunities in Ireland are limited and hence it's hard to land a job. Is this true ? Additionally, is studying in LSE or Imperial or other UK based Universities an unnecessary financial burden ,i.e., is it next to impossible to obtain employment ?

My academic scores and extra-curriculars are strong. I've undertaken the GRE (320) and the TOEFL(118). However, I don't have any solid work experience. Thus far, I've applied to Trinity college, UCD-Smurfit, LSE and Imperial. Based on this information, is it possible to suggest any more schools that I should consider (preferably with an internship included) ?

Any other suggestions, as to what steps need to be taken next, will also be appreciated.

Thank you for your time.
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Duncan
Ireland is smaller so less competition as well as fewer opportunities. Not a big difference. What matters is the quality of the school and its placement services, not the local too.
Ireland is smaller so less competition as well as fewer opportunities. Not a big difference. What matters is the quality of the school and its placement services, not the local too.
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Duncan
In that respect I think there must be a reason why LSE is unranked by the FT.
In that respect I think there must be a reason why LSE is unranked by the FT.
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Jan
Ireland is smaller so less competition as well as fewer opportunities. Not a big difference. What matters is the quality of the school and its placement services, not the local too.


Thank you for your response Mr.Duncan. Do you see any major changes that may take place in the UK job market as a result of Brexit ?
[quote]Ireland is smaller so less competition as well as fewer opportunities. Not a big difference. What matters is the quality of the school and its placement services, not the local too. [/quote]

Thank you for your response Mr.Duncan. Do you see any major changes that may take place in the UK job market as a result of Brexit ?
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Duncan
Well, no one knows. Probably leaving the EU will look a lot like staying in it, just worse. If the housing markets are a good guide, Dublin is booming while London is slowing. I would certainly look at cities that made sense for you but where there was better value : Cork, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Birmingham etc...
Well, no one knows. Probably leaving the EU will look a lot like staying in it, just worse. If the housing markets are a good guide, Dublin is booming while London is slowing. I would certainly look at cities that made sense for you but where there was better value : Cork, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Birmingham etc...
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