I am an engineering final year student and I always wanted to work in a Management Consultancy. I decided to pursue a MSc in Management to change my career path from Engineering. Since I applied really late(April'2012) most schools in Europe were almost done with their this years enrollment.
However I have offers from the following schools:
Warwick, Cass, Grenoble,Edinburgh and Strathclyde. I am on the reserve list for LSE(as their class was full but my application was strong so they have put me on a reserve list)
I am waiting to hear from Imperial and Rotterdam.
While the FT Times ranks Grenoble really high, I am not sure if its a good course. Cass is ranked as the third best in UK but I have always seen people saying Warwick is a more reputed business school. I have to pay my deposit at Cass by June 1 and I am really confused.
Please help me with the pro's and con's of each school. Specially considering that I need a school that will help me network in the management consultancy field!
According to the Financial Times, 100% of Warwick grads had job offers within 3 months of graduation and salaries were only slightly lower than the 91% employment at Cass and the 90% employment at Grenoble. If that small differential among the programs doesn't mean much to you, I highly recommend that you visit and speak with recent graduates of all of the programs to find the best personal fit
Jennifer Bloom, CPRW
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