Msc Management


Hi,
I have received unconditional offers from Lancaster and Durham for Msc Management and the Strathclyde MBM and Msc International Business and Management at Manchester Business School. (for sep 2014 entry)

Personally my choice would be between MBS and the strathclyde MBM. I am unable to decide between the two I am currently working as a technical consultant here in India for the past six months. I graduated in Manufacturing Engineering in May 2013 over here.

It would be better if people in this board can suggest me which one of the above 4 would be better in terms of job prospects and in the long term as i would like to work in UK post my course completion. In my research i found that MBS has strong alumni network./employer reputation and strathclyde MBM is also good. I am not too sure of the remaining two. My ultimate aim is to land in Management Consultancy (in the long term however).

It would be helpful if you can shed some light on this.Which one of these will help me in having better prospects of landing a graduate job in UK post study?

Duncan and others: Would be helpful if you can give your valuable suggestions.

Hi,
I have received unconditional offers from Lancaster and Durham for Msc Management and the Strathclyde MBM and Msc International Business and Management at Manchester Business School. (for sep 2014 entry)

Personally my choice would be between MBS and the strathclyde MBM. I am unable to decide between the two I am currently working as a technical consultant here in India for the past six months. I graduated in Manufacturing Engineering in May 2013 over here.

It would be better if people in this board can suggest me which one of the above 4 would be better in terms of job prospects and in the long term as i would like to work in UK post my course completion. In my research i found that MBS has strong alumni network./employer reputation and strathclyde MBM is also good. I am not too sure of the remaining two. My ultimate aim is to land in Management Consultancy (in the long term however).

It would be helpful if you can shed some light on this.Which one of these will help me in having better prospects of landing a graduate job in UK post study?

Duncan and others: Would be helpful if you can give your valuable suggestions.
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I would say MBM strath will be a good option as you can convert your MBM to MBA after three years.Plus it is ranked higher than Manchester in FT rankings

I would say MBM strath will be a good option as you can convert your MBM to MBA after three years.Plus it is ranked higher than Manchester in FT rankings
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Duncan

I think http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2013 gives you everything you need. The MBM leads for careers, employment and international mobility.

I think http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2013 gives you everything you need. The MBM leads for careers, employment and international mobility.
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dverma28

Go for Aston . They have much more reputation, employability and international exposure

Go for Aston . They have much more reputation, employability and international exposure
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Duncan

That's perhaps generally the case, but when comparing these specific courses the MBM clearly has better employment outcomes.

That's perhaps generally the case, but when comparing these specific courses the MBM clearly has better employment outcomes.
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