Which is best university for an Indian female student in UK


Gargi
Please find the list below;

1.University of Manchester- MSc Business Analysis and Strategic Management
2.University of St. Andrews- Marketing (MLitt)
3.Lancaster University- MSc Management
4.University of Leeds- MSc International Marketing Management
5.Cranfield University- MSc Management
6.University of Strathclyde- MSc Business & Management

I have already received an offer from Strathclyde, should I accept it or wait for other universities to reply?

I want to select an university with higher employment rate & has a global ranking too as I wanna work abroad only.
Should I apply to any more university?
Please find the list below;

1.University of Manchester- MSc Business Analysis and Strategic Management
2.University of St. Andrews- Marketing (MLitt)
3.Lancaster University- MSc Management
4.University of Leeds- MSc International Marketing Management
5.Cranfield University- MSc Management
6.University of Strathclyde- MSc Business & Management

I have already received an offer from Strathclyde, should I accept it or wait for other universities to reply?

I want to select an university with higher employment rate & has a global ranking too as I wanna work abroad only.
Should I apply to any more university?
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Duncan
Take a look at this post: https://find-mba.com/board/general-forum/best-msc-mim-degrees-for-international-students-placement-52915 according to the data from the FT ranking, Cranfield seems to be the best option, by far, for working abroad.

In terms of the other schools, the schools ranked for international mobility are [in declining order' Manchester > Leeds > Lancaster > Strathclyde. St Andrews is the best option for a PhD programme.
Take a look at this post: https://find-mba.com/board/general-forum/best-msc-mim-degrees-for-international-students-placement-52915 according to the data from the FT ranking, Cranfield seems to be the best option, by far, for working abroad.

In terms of the other schools, the schools ranked for international mobility are [in declining order' Manchester > Leeds > Lancaster > Strathclyde. St Andrews is the best option for a PhD programme.
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Gargi
Thanks for the response.

I still have the following doubts
Isn't Cranfield a village in UK? Is it safe to live there?

My preference is Leeds & Manchester.
Do you think Cranfield is better than both of them?
Thanks for the response.

I still have the following doubts
Isn't Cranfield a village in UK? Is it safe to live there?

My preference is Leeds & Manchester.
Do you think Cranfield is better than both of them?
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Duncan
Cranfield is very, very safe. Manchester is the most dangerous university for crime in the country (https://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/crime-rates-in-university-cities-and-towns/) and all the other Leeds and Manchester universities are in the top 20% for crime (RNCM, Manchester Met, Leeds, Leeds Becket, Salford, Leeds Arts). These are big, post-industrial cities with very poor working-class communities close by, which themselves suffer from poverty, drug abuse and crime.

The university and airfield are more or less the only things at Cranfield. It's a graduate-only university, so the campus is quite calm. The bus from there takes you comfortably to Bedford or Milton Keynes, which are minor university towns, and from there express trains go into London. The area around has a very low crime rate (https://www.police.uk/bedfordshire/64/) and the most common crime is low-level anti-social behaviour. In Manchester, the most common crime is violent crime: http://www.ukcrimestats.com/Police_Force/Greater_Manchester_Police

As a business school, Cranfield is certainly better than Manchester or Leeds in terms of employment, international mobility and career services. I would also say, despite ebing a Manchester graduate, that it's educationally better. Cranfield teaches through the year. so students get four ten-week terms. Manchester has two semesters, so teaching finishes at April. That means that Cranfield students get more extensive and less intensive teaching, which produces better learning and, evidently, better outcomes.

[Edited by Duncan on Mar 09, 2018]

Cranfield is very, very safe. Manchester is the most dangerous university for crime in the country (https://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/crime-rates-in-university-cities-and-towns/) and all the other Leeds and Manchester universities are in the top 20% for crime (RNCM, Manchester Met, Leeds, Leeds Becket, Salford, Leeds Arts). These are big, post-industrial cities with very poor working-class communities close by, which themselves suffer from poverty, drug abuse and crime.

The university and airfield are more or less the only things at Cranfield. It's a graduate-only university, so the campus is quite calm. The bus from there takes you comfortably to Bedford or Milton Keynes, which are minor university towns, and from there express trains go into London. The area around has a very low crime rate (https://www.police.uk/bedfordshire/64/) and the most common crime is low-level anti-social behaviour. In Manchester, the most common crime is violent crime: http://www.ukcrimestats.com/Police_Force/Greater_Manchester_Police

As a business school, Cranfield is certainly better than Manchester or Leeds in terms of employment, international mobility and career services. I would also say, despite ebing a Manchester graduate, that it's educationally better. Cranfield teaches through the year. so students get four ten-week terms. Manchester has two semesters, so teaching finishes at April. That means that Cranfield students get more extensive and less intensive teaching, which produces better learning and, evidently, better outcomes.
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Gargi
Hi Duncan,

Thank you for taking your time and replying me before.

Finally I have got offer from 3 universities

1. Lancaster University- MSc Management
2. Nottingham Trent University - MSc International Business (Dual Degree)
3. University of Strathclyde- MSc Business & Management

I have to take decision by end of April 2018 and update the university, can you help to choose which is the best university to pursue my Masters degree in UK looking at future employment & global recognition.

Looking forward for your reply.

Thank you in advance!!
Hi Duncan,

Thank you for taking your time and replying me before.

Finally I have got offer from 3 universities

1. Lancaster University- MSc Management
2. Nottingham Trent University - MSc International Business (Dual Degree)
3. University of Strathclyde- MSc Business & Management

I have to take decision by end of April 2018 and update the university, can you help to choose which is the best university to pursue my Masters degree in UK looking at future employment & global recognition.

Looking forward for your reply.

Thank you in advance!!
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Duncan
The FT MiM ranking has the information you need.
The FT MiM ranking has the information you need.
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