Which UK schools are Superbrands?


Sparks

Hi BigD,

Could you explain the Bologna agreement, as well as the difference between Dipl Ing and an MSc?


The Brits are already reeling under the Bologna agreement whiich equated a German Dipl Ing against UK Masters level education

Hi BigD,

Could you explain the Bologna agreement, as well as the difference between Dipl Ing and an MSc?

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The Brits are already reeling under the Bologna agreement whiich equated a German Dipl Ing against UK Masters level education</blockquote>
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BigD

A google search for Bologna Agreement will turn up the required links which explain the implications far better than I have time to. The wiki has a para on UK an one on Germany.

BigD

Hi BigD,

Could you explain the Bologna agreement, as well as the difference between Dipl Ing and an MSc?


The Brits are already reeling under the Bologna agreement whiich equated a German Dipl Ing against UK Masters level education

A google search for Bologna Agreement will turn up the required links which explain the implications far better than I have time to. The wiki has a para on UK an one on Germany.

BigD

<blockquote>Hi BigD,

Could you explain the Bologna agreement, as well as the difference between Dipl Ing and an MSc?

<blockquote>
The Brits are already reeling under the Bologna agreement whiich equated a German Dipl Ing against UK Masters level education</blockquote></blockquote>
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Duncan

The Bologna agreement had no impact in Britain, as far as I can see. It harmonised across the European Union the bachelor-master-doctor system which Britain has has for centuries. British degrees are still accepted confidently by graduate schools in the mainland. The UK produces more PhDs per capita than any G8 country except Germany. But who thinks a PhD is a better qualification for running a business than an MBA?

The Bologna agreement had no impact in Britain, as far as I can see. It harmonised across the European Union the bachelor-master-doctor system which Britain has has for centuries. British degrees are still accepted confidently by graduate schools in the mainland. The UK produces more PhDs per capita than any G8 country except Germany. But who thinks a PhD is a better qualification for running a business than an MBA?
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Sarames

Cranfield is an excellent school and it has a really high profile in British businesses across the country. Its programme for growing the midsized business is perhaps the bestselling general management executive programme in the country. London Business School primarily serves, in its flagship programme, multinational businesses in London. Cranfield is also a massive graduate university which will well placed in industry, where LBS is pretty absent. Nor does LBS really benefit from its links from its parent university.


Hi Duncan,
the cranfield programme on growing business is it a short course more like continued profesional development?
thanks

<blockquote>Cranfield is an excellent school and it has a really high profile in British businesses across the country. Its programme for growing the midsized business is perhaps the bestselling general management executive programme in the country. London Business School primarily serves, in its flagship programme, multinational businesses in London. Cranfield is also a massive graduate university which will well placed in industry, where LBS is pretty absent. Nor does LBS really benefit from its links from its parent university.</blockquote>

Hi Duncan,
the cranfield programme on growing business is it a short course more like continued profesional development?
thanks
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ezra

the cranfield programme on growing business is it a short course more like continued profesional development?
thanks

Maybe he's talking about the Business Growth and Development Programme, which is an executive education program in modular format:

http://www.nextexecutive.com/courses/2823

<blockquote>the cranfield programme on growing business is it a short course more like continued profesional development?
thanks</blockquote>
Maybe he's talking about the Business Growth and Development Programme, which is an executive education program in modular format:

http://www.nextexecutive.com/courses/2823
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TM22

Hello Everybody,

I'm new to this forum and was reading all the opinions. Thanks for sharing your information. I have one question.
I currently hold an offer from University of Edinburgh for MSc Management and from Manchester Business School for MBus Global Business Analysis.

Can anyone give me your opinion on this, because it turned out quite hard to make a choice, all these different rankings state different things which is quite confusing.

Thanks in advance.

Hello Everybody,

I'm new to this forum and was reading all the opinions. Thanks for sharing your information. I have one question.
I currently hold an offer from University of Edinburgh for MSc Management and from Manchester Business School for MBus Global Business Analysis.

Can anyone give me your opinion on this, because it turned out quite hard to make a choice, all these different rankings state different things which is quite confusing.

Thanks in advance.
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Duncan

I think the MSc rankings from the FT are the ones to use. Edinburgh will be better than Manchester for most people.

I think the MSc rankings from the FT are the ones to use. Edinburgh will be better than Manchester for most people.
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TM22

Thank you very much for the reply, Duncan.
On the European Business School Rankings 2011 MBS is ranked 38th and Edinburgh is ranked 49th
http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/european-business-school-rankings-2011

And on FT Master in Management rankings 2010 neither of them are ranked.
MBS is also ranked ahead of Edinburgh in FT MBA rankings.

Can you please elaborate on why you still think that Edinburgh is better than MBS even though FT rankings say otherwise?

Thank you very much for the reply, Duncan.
On the European Business School Rankings 2011 MBS is ranked 38th and Edinburgh is ranked 49th
http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/european-business-school-rankings-2011

And on FT Master in Management rankings 2010 neither of them are ranked.
MBS is also ranked ahead of Edinburgh in FT MBA rankings.

Can you please elaborate on why you still think that Edinburgh is better than MBS even though FT rankings say otherwise?


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Sarames

the cranfield programme on growing business is it a short course more like continued profesional development?
thanks

Maybe he's talking about the Business Growth and Development Programme, which is an executive education program in modular format:

http://www.nextexecutive.com/courses/2823


Thanks Ezra

<blockquote><blockquote>the cranfield programme on growing business is it a short course more like continued profesional development?
thanks</blockquote>
Maybe he's talking about the Business Growth and Development Programme, which is an executive education program in modular format:

http://www.nextexecutive.com/courses/2823</blockquote>

Thanks Ezra
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Duncan

The Edinburgh MSc will the better for most people because the graduates' average salary is higher. I am not claiming that it's better than Manchester as a school for everything.

The Edinburgh MSc will the better for most people because the graduates' average salary is higher. I am not claiming that it's better than Manchester as a school for everything.
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TM22

Okay, Thank You Duncan.

Okay, Thank You Duncan.
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yipkc

http://d3iixjhp5u37hr.cloudfront.net/files/2015/02/CSB-2015-Official-Results-5ux6M2.pdf

Hi Duncan,

I am disappointed to see Birmingham Business School missing from the table while schools like Durham University Business School and Nottingham Business School are there. What can I deduce from there?

http://d3iixjhp5u37hr.cloudfront.net/files/2015/02/CSB-2015-Official-Results-5ux6M2.pdf

Hi Duncan,

I am disappointed to see Birmingham Business School missing from the table while schools like Durham University Business School and Nottingham Business School are there. What can I deduce from there?
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yipkc

http://d3iixjhp5u37hr.cloudfront.net/files/2015/02/CSB-2015-Official-Results-5ux6M2.pdf

Hi Duncan,

I am disappointed to see Birmingham Business School missing from the table while schools like Durham University Business School and Nottingham Business School are there. What can I deduce from there?

http://d3iixjhp5u37hr.cloudfront.net/files/2015/02/CSB-2015-Official-Results-5ux6M2.pdf

Hi Duncan,

I am disappointed to see Birmingham Business School missing from the table while schools like Durham University Business School and Nottingham Business School are there. What can I deduce from there?
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Duncan

You can deduce that it does not have a notable executive education business, since that is what is being ranked. Also see http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/executive-education-customised-2015

You can deduce that it does not have a notable executive education business, since that is what is being ranked. Also see http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/executive-education-customised-2015
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yipkc

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