Which is better Cranfield vs Warwick:Msc Entrepreneurship


Girl2017

Hi all,

I currently hold offers from both Cranfield and Warwick universities in their MSc Management and Entrepreneurship and MSc Innovation and Entrepreneurship programmes.

I'm looking to open my own beauty business one day however I would like to work for some years upon completing my MSc.

What university would you advise I go for to give me the best prospects?

Thank you in advance!

[Edited by Girl2017 on Sep 11, 2017]

Hi all,

I currently hold offers from both Cranfield and Warwick universities in their MSc Management and Entrepreneurship and MSc Innovation and Entrepreneurship programmes.

I'm looking to open my own beauty business one day however I would like to work for some years upon completing my MSc.

What university would you advise I go for to give me the best prospects?

Thank you in advance!
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Duncan

Which industries are you interested in?

Which industries are you interested in?
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Girl2017

Hi Duncan,

Financial services/ FMCG/ start ups

I'm open to learning about structure of the business and good business practice in order to gain skills that would be useful in my own future business

[Edited by Girl2017 on Sep 11, 2017]

Hi Duncan,

Financial services/ FMCG/ start ups

I'm open to learning about structure of the business and good business practice in order to gain skills that would be useful in my own future business
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Duncan

I'd go for the Cranfield programme: it's in a business school, so you'll have better careers services and a meaningful alumni network, and it's not in a manufacturing school, so your non-manufacturing interests will be better accounted for.

PS There are many other factors in favour of the Cranfield course. WMG courses are delivered in one week blocks, so you'd meet different people briefly in each course and have much less time to learn within ten intensive weeks than in four terms at Cranfield. The Cranfield programme will give you a real cohort experience and much more taught content, employee exposure and management development experience..

[Edited by Duncan on Sep 11, 2017]

I'd go for the Cranfield programme: it's in a business school, so you'll have better careers services and a meaningful alumni network, and it's not in a manufacturing school, so your non-manufacturing interests will be better accounted for.

PS There are many other factors in favour of the Cranfield course. WMG courses are delivered in one week blocks, so you'd meet different people briefly in each course and have much less time to learn within ten intensive weeks than in four terms at Cranfield. The Cranfield programme will give you a real cohort experience and much more taught content, employee exposure and management development experience..
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