Warwick MBA Strengths


Duncan

I think it's always a risk. Certainly the best time to be out of the workforce is when hiring slows down.

I think it's always a risk. Certainly the best time to be out of the workforce is when hiring slows down.
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I think it's very close between these schools. Naturally, I think the higher salary of Cass matters, and the City setting matters if your focus is on London. And I prefer the four-term design of the project-centred Cass full-time MBA, while Warwick (like Strathclyde) have three-term MBAs that are locked into the structure of those schools' much larger online MBAs.

However, if your gut is telling you Warwick then you should listen to your gut. These schools have different cultures, very different settings. If you will be happier in a US-style campus than in a city centre then that makes all the difference.


Hi Duncan, thank you once again for taking out the time to give me more clarity on the strengths of these two schools. I now definitely have more insights to base my decision on.

To echo your thoughts around the structuring of the courses, I personally prefer Cass's curriculum and there is definitely merit to staying in London. I will dig into alumni profiles some more and network to understand their take on the positioning of the two schools.

One other thing, do you think it is a wise decision to even start the MBA during these unprecedented times? Especially in the UK? Appreciate your views here.

Best regards, Priya.

Hey Priya, can you please share your experience post this? Did you end up attending either of these programs? If yes, which one and what was the experience like? If given an opportunity, would you have chosen the other one now for any reason? 

[quote][quote]I think it's very close between these schools. Naturally, I think the higher salary of Cass matters, and the City setting matters if your focus is on London. And I prefer the four-term design of the project-centred Cass full-time MBA, while Warwick (like Strathclyde) have three-term MBAs that are locked into the structure of those schools' much larger online MBAs.

However, if your gut is telling you Warwick then you should listen to your gut. These schools have different cultures, very different settings. If you will be happier in a US-style campus than in a city centre then that makes all the difference. [/quote]

Hi Duncan, thank you once again for taking out the time to give me more clarity on the strengths of these two schools. I now definitely have more insights to base my decision on.

To echo your thoughts around the structuring of the courses, I personally prefer Cass's curriculum and there is definitely merit to staying in London. I will dig into alumni profiles some more and network to understand their take on the positioning of the two schools.

One other thing, do you think it is a wise decision to even start the MBA during these unprecedented times? Especially in the UK? Appreciate your views here.

Best regards, Priya. [/quote]<br>Hey Priya, can you please share your experience post this? Did you end up attending either of these programs? If yes, which one and what was the experience like? If given an opportunity, would you have chosen the other one now for any reason?&nbsp;
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