uk mba college rankings


hi i want to do my mba in the uk however i'm unable to decide on the colleges since there are no official rankings. can someone advise me please! i want to know which among these are the best for finance
northumbria (newcastle uopun tyne), liverpool, abertay dundee? ca someone also recommend a web site where i can get the rankings thanks!!

hi i want to do my mba in the uk however i'm unable to decide on the colleges since there are no official rankings. can someone advise me please! i want to know which among these are the best for finance
northumbria (newcastle uopun tyne), liverpool, abertay dundee? ca someone also recommend a web site where i can get the rankings thanks!!
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hi priya!!!

am bharath here...i got admission in city school of commerce and techn,london for my MBA finance, for the fall sep2007.That coll complies all the requirements for the VISA....its really good...i can suggest you for that coll....you can contact me ..+91 9840558467 for further queries...

Thanks & Regards,
Bharath.........

hi priya!!!

am bharath here...i got admission in city school of commerce and techn,london for my MBA finance, for the fall sep2007.That coll complies all the requirements for the VISA....its really good...i can suggest you for that coll....you can contact me ..+91 9840558467 for further queries...

Thanks & Regards,
Bharath.........
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a_mukerjee

You'll find a ranking of UK schools with interesting details at:
http://browse.guardian.co.uk/education?SearchBySubject=true&FirstRow=0&SortOrderDirection=&SortOrderColumn=&Subject=Business+and+management+studies&Institution=&Tariff=4

Another ranking:
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/displayPopup/0,,13385,00.html

I found them on this site
http://www.find-mba.com/mba-rankings

hope that helps

You'll find a ranking of UK schools with interesting details at:
http://browse.guardian.co.uk/education?SearchBySubject=true&FirstRow=0&SortOrderDirection=&SortOrderColumn=&Subject=Business+and+management+studies&Institution=&Tariff=4

Another ranking:
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/displayPopup/0,,13385,00.html

I found them on this site
http://www.find-mba.com/mba-rankings

hope that helps
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hai,

this is phani kumar. i want a good college for doing MBA in UK/ Ireland. can u please suggest me some colleges?

hai,

this is phani kumar. i want a good college for doing MBA in UK/ Ireland. can u please suggest me some colleges?
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Thomas

Hi,

I have been encountered the same question many times before, and I come to the conclusion that non-European wants to do their MBAs in UK because they want to stay there to work after their education.

If this being the case, you should be looking at the HSMP scheme. The UK government recognize MBA graduates from the top business schools and allow them to stay in the country to work after their MBA study. Therefore, I suggest you look at the list provided by the UK government under the HSMP scheme to investigate which business schools you should target there. This list is different from the list provided by F.T., EIU and alike.

Kind regards,
Thomas

Advice to new aspiring MBAs ? By a MBA (http://thomaswai.blogspot.com)

Hi,

I have been encountered the same question many times before, and I come to the conclusion that non-European wants to do their MBAs in UK because they want to stay there to work after their education.

If this being the case, you should be looking at the HSMP scheme. The UK government recognize MBA graduates from the top business schools and allow them to stay in the country to work after their MBA study. Therefore, I suggest you look at the list provided by the UK government under the HSMP scheme to investigate which business schools you should target there. This list is different from the list provided by F.T., EIU and alike.

Kind regards,
Thomas

Advice to new aspiring MBAs ? By a MBA (http://thomaswai.blogspot.com)
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Inactive User

hai,

this is phani kumar. i want a good college for doing MBA in UK/ Ireland. can u please suggest me some colleges?


This would be a good place to start: http://www.find-mba.com/uk-ireland

According to the Financial Times' most recent figures, the best UK and Ire schools are (in descending order): London Business School, London School of Economics, Cranfield School of Management, City Univesity: Cass, Lancaster University Management School, Warwick Business School, Henley Management College, University of Oxford: Said, Imperial College London: Tanaka, University of Durham Business School, Ashridge, Aston Business School, University of Cambridge: Judge, Bradford School of Management, Manchester Business School, University of Bath School of Management, Nottingham University Business School, Trinity College Dublin, and Leeds University Business School.

<blockquote>hai,

this is phani kumar. i want a good college for doing MBA in UK/ Ireland. can u please suggest me some colleges?</blockquote>

This would be a good place to start: http://www.find-mba.com/uk-ireland

According to the Financial Times' most recent figures, the best UK and Ire schools are (in descending order): London Business School, London School of Economics, Cranfield School of Management, City Univesity: Cass, Lancaster University Management School, Warwick Business School, Henley Management College, University of Oxford: Said, Imperial College London: Tanaka, University of Durham Business School, Ashridge, Aston Business School, University of Cambridge: Judge, Bradford School of Management, Manchester Business School, University of Bath School of Management, Nottingham University Business School, Trinity College Dublin, and Leeds University Business School.
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I was not aware that LSE had a business school. I know about their shared executive mba with NYU and HEC. But I can't see how they can rank in a list of business schools. And according to the following link, they definitely do not belong on a list of the best MBAs.: https://lfylive.lse.ac.uk/lfy/tc/enquiries/enquiry.html?a=4&q=549&searchString=

I sort of wish LSE did have an MBA program - I'd love to go there, especially since LSE is the most recognized English school in America, after Oxford and Cambridge!

I was not aware that LSE had a business school. I know about their shared executive mba with NYU and HEC. But I can't see how they can rank in a list of business schools. And according to the following link, they definitely do not belong on a list of the best MBAs.: https://lfylive.lse.ac.uk/lfy/tc/enquiries/enquiry.html?a=4&q=549&searchString=

I sort of wish LSE did have an MBA program - I'd love to go there, especially since LSE is the most recognized English school in America, after Oxford and Cambridge!
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chanky18

Please help..reuire info if 'London School of Business and Finance' is an ideal college to pursue MBA in HR from.

I want to apply for MBA in UK but APril intake.
Kindly mention any good colleges that provide April intake.

Any help appreciated.
Thanks

Please help..reuire info if 'London School of Business and Finance' is an ideal college to pursue MBA in HR from.

I want to apply for MBA in UK but APril intake.
Kindly mention any good colleges that provide April intake.

Any help appreciated.
Thanks
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SabrinaA

Please help..reuire info if 'London School of Business and Finance' is an ideal college to pursue MBA in HR from.

I want to apply for MBA in UK but APril intake.
Kindly mention any good colleges that provide April intake.

Any help appreciated.
Thanks


Nope, its not...

<blockquote>Please help..reuire info if 'London School of Business and Finance' is an ideal college to pursue MBA in HR from.

I want to apply for MBA in UK but APril intake.
Kindly mention any good colleges that provide April intake.

Any help appreciated.
Thanks</blockquote>

Nope, its not...

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shiril

hey m Shiril. i have done my masters in biotechnology from bangalore university. and now m planing for MBA from UK. please can anyone guide me thru the best colleges in UK.i've heard thr's placement n visa problem in UK. hws ABERDEEN....vch college is good for HR n MARKETING..
i dont have any work experience.
please....help me out..

hey m Shiril. i have done my masters in biotechnology from bangalore university. and now m planing for MBA from UK. please can anyone guide me thru the best colleges in UK.i've heard thr's placement n visa problem in UK. hws ABERDEEN....vch college is good for HR n MARKETING..
i dont have any work experience.
please....help me out..
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chanky18

I recommend visiting a reputed education counsellor.
They do not charge you for their services generally.
They aren't charging me anything and helping me with everything. From college, accomodation to Visa.

I recommend visiting a reputed education counsellor.
They do not charge you for their services generally.
They aren't charging me anything and helping me with everything. From college, accomodation to Visa.
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shiril

can u suggest me vth sm good education counsellors.
for UK tofel is enough..ryt???
thanks chanky

can u suggest me vth sm good education counsellors.
for UK tofel is enough..ryt???
thanks chanky
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chanky18

IELTS is what is required for most colleges in UK. And if u r gud with english u can clear it without much efforts.
I donno ne consellor in ur city, bt u cn find them through justdial or googling. Be sure ur counsellors r reliable.

IELTS is what is required for most colleges in UK. And if u r gud with english u can clear it without much efforts.
I donno ne consellor in ur city, bt u cn find them through justdial or googling. Be sure ur counsellors r reliable.

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shanxus

Hi this is Shannon D'souza well I want to know if EThames Graduate School is good or no they are currently offering a MBA degree from the University of Sunderland.. is it good to do a MBA from EThames.. The research that I have done till now I did not find any bad comments about EThames...

Hi this is Shannon D'souza well I want to know if EThames Graduate School is good or no they are currently offering a MBA degree from the University of Sunderland.. is it good to do a MBA from EThames.. The research that I have done till now I did not find any bad comments about EThames...
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crock-of

University of Sunderland is about as low as it gets so if theyre leting some poxy little private college run their courses its no surprise - they have a crap reputation for monitoring the stanards they just want the money and they're desperate for it if they're going to stay solvent LOL

University of Sunderland is about as low as it gets so if theyre leting some poxy little private college run their courses its no surprise - they have a crap reputation for monitoring the stanards they just want the money and they're desperate for it if they're going to stay solvent LOL
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crock-of

hey m Shiril. i have done my masters in biotechnology from bangalore university. and now m planing for MBA from UK. please can anyone guide me thru the best colleges in UK.i've heard thr's placement n visa problem in UK. hws ABERDEEN....vch college is good for HR n MARKETING..
i dont have any work experience.
please....help me out..


Any MBA in the UK that takes students without work experience wont be thought much of by employers there - they regard MBA as something you do when youve worked for a few years and the ones that let you in without are just after the money

<blockquote>hey m Shiril. i have done my masters in biotechnology from bangalore university. and now m planing for MBA from UK. please can anyone guide me thru the best colleges in UK.i've heard thr's placement n visa problem in UK. hws ABERDEEN....vch college is good for HR n MARKETING..
i dont have any work experience.
please....help me out..</blockquote>

Any MBA in the UK that takes students without work experience wont be thought much of by employers there - they regard MBA as something you do when youve worked for a few years and the ones that let you in without are just after the money
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tijogrg

Hi I am 2.5years experienced engineer working in Wipro. I got in touch with Chopra's consultancy, Bangalore.I was told that with my profile the best options that I can get in UK are:
1.Cardiff
2.coventry
3.Middlesex
4.Roehampton
5.Greenwich
6.Swansea
7.Sheffield hallam
8.Sunderland
I wish to do a general/HR specialisation. Please advice if there are better options. I am not able to decide.

Hi I am 2.5years experienced engineer working in Wipro. I got in touch with Chopra's consultancy, Bangalore.I was told that with my profile the best options that I can get in UK are:
1.Cardiff
2.coventry
3.Middlesex
4.Roehampton
5.Greenwich
6.Swansea
7.Sheffield hallam
8.Sunderland
I wish to do a general/HR specialisation. Please advice if there are better options. I am not able to decide.
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baru_123

Hi I am 2.5years experienced engineer working in Wipro. I got in touch with Chopra's consultancy, Bangalore.I was told that with my profile the best options that I can get in UK are:
1.Cardiff
2.coventry
3.Middlesex
4.Roehampton
5.Greenwich
6.Swansea
7.Sheffield hallam
8.Sunderland
I wish to do a general/HR specialisation. Please advice if there are better options. I am not able to decide.


sheffield
Southampton
Glassgow
New Castle
Leicester

<blockquote>Hi I am 2.5years experienced engineer working in Wipro. I got in touch with Chopra's consultancy, Bangalore.I was told that with my profile the best options that I can get in UK are:
1.Cardiff
2.coventry
3.Middlesex
4.Roehampton
5.Greenwich
6.Swansea
7.Sheffield hallam
8.Sunderland
I wish to do a general/HR specialisation. Please advice if there are better options. I am not able to decide.</blockquote>

sheffield
Southampton
Glassgow
New Castle
Leicester
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Hi, I can provide you with the list of college's you can go ahead with, however there are pro's and con's for studying with a college. you can get the best degrees with good universities at a very very affordable price, which you might not get in India, The experience of London is very important, as if will cast your future in a positive direction.
If you wish to know about anything in detail, you can email me at [email protected] with your queries.

Hi, I can provide you with the list of college's you can go ahead with, however there are pro's and con's for studying with a college. you can get the best degrees with good universities at a very very affordable price, which you might not get in India, The experience of London is very important, as if will cast your future in a positive direction.
If you wish to know about anything in detail, you can email me at [email protected] with your queries.
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Duncan

Can you post this list of "college's"?

Can you post this list of "college's"?
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