Warwick vs. Imperial vs. Cass vs. Judge BS - FTMBA


WQ

Hi everyone! I have been accepted to all four subject mentioned schools.

My background is in IT management and I would be happy to continue in IT business after MBA. I?m non-EU citizen and potentially may need to move to US (or stay in UK) after graduation. This will depend on family circumstances.

I would like you to rate each school?s FT MBA program from 10 to 1 and advise which one is more suitable in my case.

Thank you!

Hi everyone! I have been accepted to all four subject mentioned schools.

My background is in IT management and I would be happy to continue in IT business after MBA. I?m non-EU citizen and potentially may need to move to US (or stay in UK) after graduation. This will depend on family circumstances.

I would like you to rate each school?s FT MBA program from 10 to 1 and advise which one is more suitable in my case.

Thank you!
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Duncan

I can't believe you're even asking. Run to Cambridge. RUN! ;-)

I would rank them by average salary (and average salary increase): Cambridge; Warwick; City; Imperial.

I can't believe you're even asking. Run to Cambridge. RUN! ;-)

I would rank them by average salary (and average salary increase): Cambridge; Warwick; City; Imperial.
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WQ

I can't believe you're even asking. Run to Cambridge. RUN! ;-)

I would rank them by average salary (and average salary increase): Cambridge; Warwick; City; Imperial.


Great! Thanks a lot! I will follow you advise.
I was just hesitating because I've heared comments that WBS is better that JBS and JBS is more about Cambridge brand name.

<blockquote>I can't believe you're even asking. Run to Cambridge. RUN! ;-)

I would rank them by average salary (and average salary increase): Cambridge; Warwick; City; Imperial. </blockquote>

Great! Thanks a lot! I will follow you advise.
I was just hesitating because I've heared comments that WBS is better that JBS and JBS is more about Cambridge brand name.
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Duncan

Well, the proof of the pudding is in the eating. WBS and JBS are both rather academic schools, but the Cambridge students and alumni are much better.

Well, the proof of the pudding is in the eating. WBS and JBS are both rather academic schools, but the Cambridge students and alumni are much better.
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WQ

Thank you very much!
What do you mean by saying "academic school'?

Thank you very much!
What do you mean by saying "academic school'?
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Duncan

I mean that the emotional centre of those schools are their research work and academically-oriented masters degrees.

I mean that the emotional centre of those schools are their research work and academically-oriented masters degrees.
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WQ

Thank you very much! You really helped :)

Thank you very much! You really helped :)
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fvfvfv

I can't believe you're even asking. Run to Cambridge. RUN! ;-)

I would rank them by average salary (and average salary increase): Cambridge; Warwick; City; Imperial.


I totally agree, you won't find it much here, but I really do, I did got to Imperial, biggest mistake of my life. Imperial Business School is nowhere near other departments. Whatever you wish to do in future with your life if you cant do it with a degree from Judge you would not be able to do it with others.

When people say Warwick is good, they mean good for yourself.

<blockquote>I can't believe you're even asking. Run to Cambridge. RUN! ;-)

I would rank them by average salary (and average salary increase): Cambridge; Warwick; City; Imperial. </blockquote>

I totally agree, you won't find it much here, but I really do, I did got to Imperial, biggest mistake of my life. Imperial Business School is nowhere near other departments. Whatever you wish to do in future with your life if you cant do it with a degree from Judge you would not be able to do it with others.

When people say Warwick is good, they mean good for yourself.
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maubia


I did got to Imperial, biggest mistake of my life. Imperial Business School is nowhere near other departments.

Hi,
could you elaborate a bit more?

<blockquote>
I did got to Imperial, biggest mistake of my life. Imperial Business School is nowhere near other departments.
</blockquote>
Hi,
could you elaborate a bit more?
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donho199

A couple of years ago, our group gathered for a night out and the guy from Imperial College Business School was saying Imperial was shit. The MBA was about 35k back then I am not mistaken, when pushed for an explanation he did not say anything except from repeating the point.

There must be something really bad that people decided to remain silent

A couple of years ago, our group gathered for a night out and the guy from Imperial College Business School was saying Imperial was shit. The MBA was about 35k back then I am not mistaken, when pushed for an explanation he did not say anything except from repeating the point.

There must be something really bad that people decided to remain silent
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maubia

A couple of years ago, our group gathered for a night out and the guy from Imperial College Business School was saying Imperial was shit. The MBA was about 35k back then I am not mistaken, when pushed for an explanation he did not say anything except from repeating the point.

There must be something really bad that people decided to remain silent


Well, for a while I've been very interested in their emba (the format is very good for people living abroad). They made me some complaints due to my gpa, by the way their ranking in FT is very solid (career advancement, aims achieved, ecc)

<blockquote>A couple of years ago, our group gathered for a night out and the guy from Imperial College Business School was saying Imperial was shit. The MBA was about 35k back then I am not mistaken, when pushed for an explanation he did not say anything except from repeating the point.

There must be something really bad that people decided to remain silent </blockquote>

Well, for a while I've been very interested in their emba (the format is very good for people living abroad). They made me some complaints due to my gpa, by the way their ranking in FT is very solid (career advancement, aims achieved, ecc)
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ezra

There must be something really bad that people decided to remain
silent

Or, the problem lies with the students or their expectations rather than the actual program or its content.

I think that it's a fine program - although like other schools in the UK, it's struggling with macroeconomic factors like rising unemployment and shifting visa rules.

Post-graduation salaries still look good, even if they've been dropping over the past few years.

<blockquote>There must be something really bad that people decided to remain
silent </blockquote>
Or, the problem lies with the students or their expectations rather than the actual program or its content.

I think that it's a fine program - although like other schools in the UK, it's struggling with macroeconomic factors like rising unemployment and shifting visa rules.

Post-graduation salaries still look good, even if they've been dropping over the past few years.
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