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How is the employment of schools such as Warwick or Imperial

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How is the employment of schools such as Warwick or Imperial [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2011, 04:58
Dear all,

I’m a Chinese and will soon submit application to Master in Management program of Europe and USA.

Before we apply a certain program, we certainly would have to know how a program in a certain school is evaluated in a certain area. I wish I could work several years---hopefully in management consulting industry---in EU or USA after graduation from such MiM program.

I may not get into schools such as LSE or LBS, but possibly into Warwick business school or Imperial business school. Since I’m Chinese, I have no idea whether, in Europe and USA, such tier business schools are target schools of the most top employers such as Mckinsey, Bain or Morgan Stanley.

You may think this question a stupid one cuz the answer varys person by person. I agree. But in China, schools other than top 5 can never reach Mckinsey or Morgan Stanley. I simply want to know, in Europe, supposing personally I’m competitive enough, will the WBS or IC business school education background possibly be considered by top employers said above? The answer would be” very possible”? or “there are some chance although much lower than LBS or LSE”? or “Don't even think about it as grads from these tier schools”

Need your kind help and wait your reply. Cheers!
How is the employment of schools such as Warwick or Imperial   [#permalink] 02 Aug 2011, 04:58
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