Universities to look at for MBA


Hi, so I've been looking at universities I want to do an MBA from.
To be specific here are the fields I've narrowed down to:
1. MBA in management science
2. MBA in Industrial management
3. MBA in business analysis and consulting
4. MBA in Operational research
5. MBA in Human Resource management

The problem I'm having is figuring out which university would be best suited.
I did my undergrad at University of Strathclyde, Glasgow and I WANT to go back but I wanna know what other options I should look at.
Since finishing my undergrad I've joined my family business so the reason to do an MBA is to take my business to the next level. I've got a work experience of 2 years and 9 months now I'm looking to apply for Sept 2021 intake.

Hi, so I've been looking at universities I want to do an MBA from.
To be specific here are the fields I've narrowed down to:
1. MBA in management science
2. MBA in Industrial management
3. MBA in business analysis and consulting
4. MBA in Operational research
5. MBA in Human Resource management

The problem I'm having is figuring out which university would be best suited.
I did my undergrad at University of Strathclyde, Glasgow and I WANT to go back but I wanna know what other options I should look at.
Since finishing my undergrad I've joined my family business so the reason to do an MBA is to take my business to the next level. I've got a work experience of 2 years and 9 months now I'm looking to apply for Sept 2021 intake.
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StuartBB

It sounds like you want a specialist masters, which in Europe is generally called an MSc, rather than a European-style two-semester/one-year MBA with international accrediation, which is generally a general management degree. At Strathclyde, for example, most of the MBA courses are fixed and there is no real opportunity to specialise. You can pick between four options in Europe:- A specialised two semester MSc- A generalist two-semester MBA- An MBA with additional concentration or specialization, but those are typically more than two semesters- A specialised MBA without meaningful international accreditation. 
Given the wide range of your interests, one suggestion might be an MBA with a lot of elective options, like Manchester or Cranfield. 

It sounds like you want a specialist masters, which in Europe is generally called an MSc, rather than a European-style two-semester/one-year MBA with international accrediation, which is generally a general management degree. At Strathclyde, for example, most of the MBA courses are fixed and there is no real opportunity to specialise.&nbsp;<div>You can pick between four options in Europe:</div><div>- A specialised two semester MSc</div><div>- A generalist two-semester&nbsp;MBA</div><div>- An MBA with additional concentration or specialization, but those are typically more than two semesters</div><div>- A specialised MBA without meaningful international accreditation.&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>Given the wide range of your interests, one suggestion might be an MBA with a lot of elective options, like Manchester or Cranfield.&nbsp;</div><div><br></div>
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