What I should choose ?


I got an offer from these universities in UK Exeter / Strathclyde / Aston / Brunel / Queen Mary / Dundee for MSc in Business Management. Since I am an international student from India my top preferences in descending order is as follows Employability > Exposure > Brand Value > location > weather > fees.
Which one I should choose ? Why ?

Thanks in advance for helping me :) .

I got an offer from these universities in UK Exeter / Strathclyde / Aston / Brunel / Queen Mary / Dundee for MSc in Business Management. Since I am an international student from India my top preferences in descending order is as follows Employability > Exposure > Brand Value > location > weather > fees.
Which one I should choose ? Why ?

Thanks in advance for helping me :) .
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Duncan

Employability is your key factor, so normally you could use use the FT MiM ranking to focus on the schools with higher employment. However, you are focussing on weaker schools. Exeter is the only school in your list that's ranked (94th out of 100): but it only places 50% of students in employment. You have two choices:
- Focus on employment, but attend better schools such as Henley (73%), Lancaster (100%) or Cranfield (90%). These are in the bottom 25 of the ranking, so relatively easy to enter.
- Focus on 'exposure', which is really the number of alumni in your target role in the country you are focused on. LinkedIn will help you. Strathclyde is probably the better option. It was in the ranking until 2019. 

[Edited by Duncan on Nov 14, 2021]

Employability is your key factor, so normally you could use use the FT MiM ranking to focus on the schools with higher employment. However, you are focussing on weaker schools. Exeter is the only school in your list that's ranked (94th out of 100): but it only places 50% of students in employment. You have two choices:<br>- Focus on employment, but attend better schools such as Henley (73%), Lancaster (100%) or Cranfield (90%). These are in the bottom 25 of the ranking, so relatively easy to enter.<br>- Focus on 'exposure', which is really the number of alumni in your target role in the country you are focused on. LinkedIn will help you. Strathclyde is probably the better option. It was in the ranking until 2019.&nbsp;
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