Which is the best mba school for overseas dentist in uk


sakshi

Hi , I'm dentist from India, having an experience of about 10 yrs . I'm shifting to uk with my family.
My career goal is to work as health consultant in uk. I
Can anyone help me selecting the university. I got the offer letter from Essex , Strathclyde,Aston, Brunel ??
Should I go for general mba or mba in health care management?
Apart from these which are good University suitable for my profile ?kindly suggest..

Hi , I'm dentist from India, having an experience of about 10 yrs . I'm shifting to uk with my family.
My career goal is to work as health consultant in uk. I
Can anyone help me selecting the university. I got the offer letter from Essex , Strathclyde,Aston, Brunel ??
Should I go for general mba or mba in health care management?
Apart from these which are good University suitable for my profile ?kindly suggest..
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Duncan

Take a look at:
Best MBAs for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143


How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571
Specialisations often don't matter http://bit.ly/speMBA

If you are applying to weak schools to avoid the GMAT, also see https://find-mba.com/board/gmat/why-you-should-take-the-gmat-33542 

[Edited by Duncan on Jan 03, 2022]

Take a look at:<br>Best MBAs for international students' placement&nbsp;http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143<br>
<br><div>How to use LinkedIn to find the best school&nbsp;www.find-mba.com/board/33571</div><br>Specialisations often don't matter&nbsp;http://bit.ly/speMBA<br><br>If you are applying to weak schools to avoid the GMAT, also see https://find-mba.com/board/gmat/why-you-should-take-the-gmat-33542&nbsp;
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sakshi

Hi thanks for replying. Duncan which school u would suggest me considering my career goal? 

Hi thanks for replying. Duncan which school u would suggest me considering my career goal?&nbsp;
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Duncan

London Business School would be your best choice. 

London Business School would be your best choice.&nbsp;
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sakshi

Thanks for the reply. I had one more question of you could help me with it , it would be of great help .. difference of MSC and mba program?? Does they value same when it comes of employment and salary ?? 
And how is MSC international health management of Imperial business school ??

Thanks for the reply. I had one more question of you could help me with it , it would be of great help .. difference of MSC and mba program?? Does they value same when it comes of employment and salary ??&nbsp;<br>And how is MSC international health management of Imperial business school ??
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Duncan

Take a look at Which MSc's are better than pre-experience 'Freshers' MBAs? www.find-mba.com/board/22783

and Why freshers' MBAs are worse than MiM degrees from better schools http://www.find-mba.com/board/38133
If you want to work in the UK, the MSc International Health Management is not a strong choice. It's aimed at people who want to learn from the UK and apply insights in their own region. Very few students in that degree find work in the UK. 

From any one school, MBA graduates will tend to learn less than MSc. However, the FT MSc ranking shows you at MSc graduates from some programmes will earn more then MBAs from unranked schools.  

[Edited by Duncan on Jan 04, 2022]

Take a look at Which MSc's are better than pre-experience 'Freshers' MBAs?&nbsp;www.find-mba.com/board/22783<br>
<div>and&nbsp;</div><div>Why freshers' MBAs are worse than MiM degrees from better schools&nbsp;http://www.find-mba.com/board/38133</div><br>If you want to work in the UK, the MSc International Health Management is not a strong choice. It's aimed at people who want to learn from the UK and apply insights in their own region. Very few students in that degree find work in the UK.&nbsp;<br><br>From any one school, MBA graduates will tend to learn less than MSc. However, the FT MSc ranking shows you at MSc graduates from some programmes will earn more then MBAs from unranked schools.&nbsp;&nbsp;
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Digant2022

@ Sakshi-Is there any specific reason that you don’t want to continue in the dentistry profession? It might require you to clear of few exams but overall you might find it financially rewarding to be dentist than MBA.


 If you want to do an MBA then target LBS and Oxbridge. Your profile is different from traditional application and therefore should help you. 


 

@ Sakshi-Is there any specific reason that you don’t want to continue in the dentistry profession? It might require you to clear of few exams but overall you might find it financially rewarding to be dentist than MBA.<br><br><br>&nbsp;If you want to do an MBA then target LBS and Oxbridge. Your profile is different from traditional application and therefore should help you.&nbsp;<br><br><br>&nbsp;
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sakshi

@digant. Hi dear... I have to shift to uk in 2022 with my family and our licence exam is not happening since 3yrs bcz of this covid and there is no clear prediction if at all it's going to hapn in  forth coming years. So wish to study mba and start working as health consultant

@digant. Hi dear... I have to shift to uk in 2022 with my family and our licence exam is not happening since 3yrs bcz of this covid and there is no clear prediction if at all it's going to hapn in&nbsp; forth coming years. So wish to study mba and start working as health consultant
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Digant2022

Ok. I presume you will have rights to work in UK and do not need an employer to sponsor visa for you. If that’s the case then a decent MBA program will help you find a job but they might not necessarily help you land a job as a healthcare consultant. A highly ranked MBA will give you more options and chances to achieve your goal of becoming a healthcare consultant. Pretty much all of top ranked MBA’s 100% tuition can be financed through loans from prodigy, lendlease etc. In long run you would be better off doing MBA from better schools.


Ok. I presume you will have rights to work in UK and do not need an employer to sponsor visa for you. If that’s the case then a decent MBA program will help you find a job but they might not necessarily help you land a job as a healthcare consultant. A highly ranked MBA will give you more options and chances to achieve your goal of becoming a healthcare consultant. Pretty much all of top ranked MBA’s 100% tuition can be financed through loans from prodigy, lendlease etc. In long run you would be better off doing MBA from better schools.<br><br><br>
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Duncan

The visa situation is easier here than it was, partly because of the labour shortage. you can see that placement is very high from schools in the top 50 worldwide, and almost all students in MBAs outside the USA are international students.

The visa situation is easier here than it was, partly because of the labour shortage. you can see that placement is very high from schools in the top 50 worldwide, and almost all students in MBAs outside the USA are international students.
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sakshi

Hi Duncan thanks for reply ... Can u suggest me decent colleges were I dnt have to give GMAT...
Can u throw some light on:
Hult international school ,london it  triple 'A' accredited??? I got the offer letter frm them as well 

Strathclyde?? 
If I need to choose between these two..

Hi Duncan thanks for reply ... Can u suggest me decent colleges were I dnt have to give GMAT...<br>Can u throw some light on:<br>Hult international school ,london it&nbsp; triple 'A' accredited??? I got the offer letter frm them as well&nbsp;<br><br>Strathclyde??&nbsp;<br>If I need to choose between these two..
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Duncan

For the reasons discussed on my GMAT post [see January 3rd, above] I can't really recommend a non-GMAT college. For placement, Strathclyde will be better than Hult. 

For the reasons discussed on my GMAT post [see January 3rd, above] I can't really recommend a non-GMAT college. For placement, Strathclyde will be better than Hult.&nbsp;
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sakshi

Hi Duncan , i need your advice.. what should I select is msc program frm London business school / imperial business schoo or Strathclyde mba ??
Waiting for your reply??

Hi Duncan , i need your advice.. what should I select is msc program frm London business school / imperial business schoo or Strathclyde mba ??<br>Waiting for your reply??
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Duncan

I don't see how you can be admitted to all those programmes. If you have enough work experience for an MBA, you have too much for a MiM at LBS. 

I don't see how you can be admitted to all those programmes. If you have enough work experience for an MBA, you have too much for a MiM at LBS.&nbsp;
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sakshi

Okay u mean if I have work experience i should opt fr mba and not for mim or MSC program. Thanks

Okay u mean if I have work experience i should opt fr mba and not for mim or MSC program. Thanks
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Duncan

If you have more than a years work experience you cannot apply for most MiM degrees. If you have less than three years you cannot be admitted to an AMBA accredited MBA. It sounds like you have not looked at the requirements.  

If you have more than a years work experience you cannot apply for most MiM degrees. If you have less than three years you cannot be admitted to an AMBA accredited MBA. It sounds like you have not looked at the requirements.&nbsp;&nbsp;
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