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Sir i have following offers for msc management

Brunel university with 1 year placement
Cardiff university with 1 year placement
Strathclyde university
Cass business school
Cranfield school of management

Sir out of the following which one would be perfect in terms of better job opportunities and return on investment?

Sir i have following offers for msc management

Brunel university with 1 year placement
Cardiff university with 1 year placement
Strathclyde university
Cass business school
Cranfield school of management

Sir out of the following which one would be perfect in terms of better job opportunities and return on investment?
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Duncan

The smart choice is between the two ranked schools: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2019
Cass - 50% higher salary, but slower into work
Strathclyde - lower salary, but fast into work.

So, this depends on your tolerance for this, goals and your assessment of your ability to do networking into high-value London employers.

The smart choice is between the two ranked schools: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2019
Cass - 50% higher salary, but slower into work
Strathclyde - lower salary, but fast into work.

So, this depends on your tolerance for this, goals and your assessment of your ability to do networking into high-value London employers.
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Sir what about cardiff and brunel placement year programs?
As they are proving one year placement and the fees is even low as compared to others.

Sir what about cardiff and brunel placement year programs?
As they are proving one year placement and the fees is even low as compared to others.
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Duncan

I think you will find that they don't find the placement job for you.

I think you will find that they don't find the placement job for you.
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Thank you so much sir..
Sir which course would be better Msc management or Msc supply chain and logistics management for better career opportunities and growth. Sometimes i feel that Msc management is a basic degree and won’t get me jobs in uk. What do you think sir which course i should go for.
* i have no interest in programming or mathematics.

Thank you so much sir..
Sir which course would be better Msc management or Msc supply chain and logistics management for better career opportunities and growth. Sometimes i feel that Msc management is a basic degree and won’t get me jobs in uk. What do you think sir which course i should go for.
* i have no interest in programming or mathematics.
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Duncan

I think the difference between schools is much bigger than the difference between different MSc degrees in the same business school. See http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2019

I think you should focus on your goals, career aptitude and values.

I think the difference between schools is much bigger than the difference between different MSc degrees in the same business school. See http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2019

I think you should focus on your goals, career aptitude and values.
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mba hipste...

Sometimes i feel that Msc management is a basic degree and won’t get me jobs in uk.

That's why you should get into the best school that you can.

The better a school, the better their career services will be, and the more substantial connections they will have with recruiters.

Each year, many international MSc graduates get jobs in the UK. Their best chances come from if they've done their program at a ranked school.

A specialized program will lead to specialized jobs. A general program will have broader career outcomes.

[quote]Sometimes i feel that Msc management is a basic degree and won’t get me jobs in uk.[/quote]
That's why you should get into the best school that you can.

The better a school, the better their career services will be, and the more substantial connections they will have with recruiters.

Each year, many international MSc graduates get jobs in the UK. Their best chances come from if they've done their program at a ranked school.

A specialized program will lead to specialized jobs. A general program will have broader career outcomes.
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So what would be best option
Cass business school
Cranfield school of management
Strathclyde business school
Lancaster
Brunel with plqcement
Please reply sir which would be best option ,i am too confused.

So what would be best option
Cass business school
Cranfield school of management
Strathclyde business school
Lancaster
Brunel with plqcement
Please reply sir which would be best option ,i am too confused.
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Duncan

You can answer this yourself. The best schools are ranked at https://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2019 Add in the variables for employment and international mobility.

You can answer this yourself. The best schools are ranked at https://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2019 Add in the variables for employment and international mobility.
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Sir i talked to consultancies they told me to put brunel as first priority because of placement but the according to ranking cass,strathclyde,lancaster,cranfield are better options.

Sir i talked to consultancies they told me to put brunel as first priority because of placement but the according to ranking cass,strathclyde,lancaster,cranfield are better options.
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Duncan

Did you ask these consultancies if they have a commercial relationship with Brunel?

Did you ask these consultancies if they have a commercial relationship with Brunel?
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Thankyou so much duncan sir. I just can’t tell how helpful you are. Being an international student i was having a little knowledge but with your discussions things are so much clear now..

Sir one last question apart from rankings which one would be your personal choice for msc management
Cranfield school of management
Cass business school
Lancaster
University of strathclyde
Henley business school

Sir please tell one as your personal choice which would be best in terms of jobs and career growth.

Thankyou so much duncan sir. I just can’t tell how helpful you are. Being an international student i was having a little knowledge but with your discussions things are so much clear now..

Sir one last question apart from rankings which one would be your personal choice for msc management
Cranfield school of management
Cass business school
Lancaster
University of strathclyde
Henley business school

Sir please tell one as your personal choice which would be best in terms of jobs and career growth.
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Duncan

If I was me, I would pick Cass. It has the best students and the highest salaries. However, if I was an international student without a UK network, and with the desire to work in the UK, I would pick Strathclyde. It is fastest to get into employment, and the recovery from the virus will be easier in Scotland than in the region around London.

If I was me, I would pick Cass. It has the best students and the highest salaries. However, if I was an international student without a UK network, and with the desire to work in the UK, I would pick Strathclyde. It is fastest to get into employment, and the recovery from the virus will be easier in Scotland than in the region around London.
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Thankyou so much sir for guiding me....I am very thankful to you.
People like you are a gem.
Thankyou so much sir

Thankyou so much sir for guiding me....I am very thankful to you.
People like you are a gem.
Thankyou so much sir
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If I was me, I would pick Cass. It has the best students and the highest salaries. However, if I was an international student without a UK network, and with the desire to work in the UK, I would pick Strathclyde. It is fastest to get into employment, and the recovery from the virus will be easier in Scotland than in the region around London.


Hello Duncan,

How is the MSc Management program at Cass Business School? It seemed highly ranked in FT rankings 2019, but I have read few disturbing reviews about Cass Business School on different forums.

I have got an offer for MSc Management from Cass. Should I go with it?
(My career ambition is to work into consulting in the finance domain in London as an Indian student as a post-study work visa has been started again. Will Cass be a good choice?)

[quote]If I was me, I would pick Cass. It has the best students and the highest salaries. However, if I was an international student without a UK network, and with the desire to work in the UK, I would pick Strathclyde. It is fastest to get into employment, and the recovery from the virus will be easier in Scotland than in the region around London. [/quote]

Hello Duncan,

How is the MSc Management program at Cass Business School? It seemed highly ranked in FT rankings 2019, but I have read few disturbing reviews about Cass Business School on different forums.

I have got an offer for MSc Management from Cass. Should I go with it?
(My career ambition is to work into consulting in the finance domain in London as an Indian student as a post-study work visa has been started again. Will Cass be a good choice?)
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Duncan

I have responded on the other thread where you asked the same question.

I have responded on the other thread where you asked the same question.
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